Qingjian Realty launches Singapore’s first fully-smart private development

Christopher Chitty4 Sep 2018

Jadescape artists impression

Source: Qingjian Realty

Qingjian Realty has unveiled the first fully-smart private development in Singapore, JadeScape.

Located in Shunfu Road, at the former site of Shunfu Ville, the new development will offer 1,206 residential units, of which 63 are specifically designed for active ageing residents. These Gold Standard units will have smart technology as well as facilities that cater to the needs of older residents, such as slip-resistant flooring, pull-down hydraulic racks and support bars.

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JadeScape will be nestled on a 36,985.70 sq m site, featuring 236 one-bedroom units, 403 two-bedders, 265 three-bedders, 261 four-bedders, 39 five-bedders and two penthouses.

The Business Times reported that prices for one-bedroom units will start from $838,000; $988,000 for two-bedders and $1.38 million for three-bedders. Prices for other unit types are yet to determined.

As Singapore’s first fully-smart development, JadeScape’s common areas will be equipped with smart devices that can be monitored via the Smart Estate Management system.

An alert will be sent by the system once smoke detectors within individual units are activated. Facial recognition technology will also be utilised at the lift lobbies.

Meanwhile, elderly residents of Gold Standard units can access various services such as health screening, 24/7 medical services and dietary planning.

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With Marymount MRT station nearby, the development will soon be served by four MRT lines – the Circle, North-South, future Thomson-East Coast and Cross Island lines. Residents who drive can reach any part of the island via the Central Expressway, Pan-Island Expressway and the upcoming North-South Corridor.

Qingjian’s show gallery for the development, which will open to the public from 8 September, will be the city-state’s biggest in recent years and will come equipped with smart home features.

JadeScape is expected to receive its Temporary Occupation Permit on 9 January 2023.


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