The Lakeshore has very good amenities nearby. It is near to lakeside MRT, Market, Rulang Sch, Fuhua Sch, Community Ctr, Sports Complex, Jurong Lake Park, Canadian International School. All within 900 metres.
Future growth includes: World Class science centre, lake broadwalks and geysers@Jurong Lake, Lakeside village and Hospital. BigBox not sure.
Further away, Lakeshore is near to IMM, JP, 2 Libraries, NTU, Undergoing Redevelopment JEC Shopping, more markets.
For a 99 year condo, it has all kinds of facilities. A resort theme condo Lakeshore boasts 2 massage spa, 2 jacuzzi, 2 cold pool, 2 Steam rooms, badminton/tennis courts and many more.
A great place for EXPATS and this place has a lot of expats living. Very good for rentals as well.
Noise and air pollution levels are acceptable. Since Lakeshore is facing the jurong lake directly and is far away from industrial areas. Something to share especially at night, hordes of Foreign workers can be spotted aplenty at nearby park at Jurong Point/Centris. These are things i would looked out for and lakeshore doesn't have. I dont even want to comment on Centris condo, not worth my time after seeing many fighter jets flew past at very low altitude when i was there and scares the hell out of me.
Lakeshore is a great place to live if you can afford it. While the cost of buying it is expensive, on the otherhand maint fees are cheap. I believe there is no better condo in whole of Jurong that can rival Lakeshore. Lakshore has an unobstructed view as compare to The Caspian's view which is fully blocked all sides. Gov is releasing a land next to caspian and effectively blocking it forever. A big minus. Maybe i would buy the new development next to caspian and at a good price.