It’s easy to see why East Coast’s new homes are always popular. With upcoming transport links, existing infrastructure and its status as a mature neighbourhood, what’s not to like?

Developers are understandably ahead of the game with a number of recent high-profile launches. Several homes are either under construction currently or nearing completion. As you’d expect, most make full use of their seaside location in both their design – ensuring as many residents get a view of the ocean – and their name.

Upcoming and new non-landed private residential projects

This is a list of new condos and launches in the East Coast and surrounding areas. The median price for non-landed private residential properties in District 15 is SGD 1,299, as of time of writing (Sept 2018).


En bloc sites 

The list of new private developments here are likely to increase if current older homes being collectively put up for sale in the en bloc process succeed. These en bloc properties and their reserve prices are:  

  • Mandarin Gardens:  Asking for SGD 2.5 billion
  • Fernwood Towers: Asking for SGD 688 million 
  • Laguna Park: Asking for SGD 1.48 billion
  • United Mansions: Asking for SGD 98 million

Upcoming BTOs 

It was reported in 2017 that the government is also currently studying the feasibility of building a new Bayshore District. This will bring 6,000 new BTO homes in the East Coast. We will update this space once there are further updates. 

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