About Lorong Chuan MRT

About Lorong Chuan MRT
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Lorong Chuan MRT has an interesting history when it comes to the MRT development and the old "Chuan Park" condo and the new "The Chuan Park" new launch ! Did you know that ? Read on to find out more.

About Lorong Chuan MRT

Nestled in the vibrant heart of Serangoon, Singapore, the Lorong Chuan MRT station is an important stop on the Circle Line in Singapore, offering unparalleled connectivity.

Strategically situated beneath the bustling Serangoon Avenue 3, at the crossroads with Lorong Chuan, this station not only bears the heritage of its namesake but also serves as a gateway to an array of esteemed educational institutions.

Just a stone's throw away, families have convenient access to Nanyang Junior College, Zhonghua Secondary School, Yangzheng Primary School, and the prestigious Australian International School Singapore, making it a coveted location for those prioritizing top-notch education for their children.

Lorong Chuan MRT station stands amidst a luxurious enclave of condominiums, including The Scala, Goldenhill Park, the "old" Chuan Park (which is now the new "The Chuan Park" launching in 2024), Chiltern Park, and The Springbloom.

Each of these residences offers a unique blend of comfort, style, and convenience, catering to the discerning tastes of both local and expatriate communities. As a realtor, I can attest to the desirability of this location, not only for its direct MRT access but also for the seamless blend of urban living with the tranquility of residential serenity.

Whether you're contemplating a home for your family or an investment opportunity, Lorong Chuan's proximity to both educational institutions and upscale condominiums positions it as a prime choice in Singapore's dynamic real estate landscape.

Lorong Chuan MRT and The Chuan Park

In June 2003, the old Chuan Park, a distinguished 99-year leasehold condominium graced by its proximity to the future site of the station, took an intriguing turn.

The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) proposed an emblematic sum of S$1 for the acquisition of 220 sq meters of its territory, an area primarily designated for parking, marking a necessary stride in the construction of the Circle Line.

This nominal gesture of compensation was grounded in that the value of the condo will raise accordingly, because the authorities are recognizing the anticipated surge in Chuan Park's market appeal and value stemming from the advent of the nearby MRT station.

This is so true as the new "The Chuan Park" is going to be great success due to its location and outstanding design.

Such an interesting history between "The Chuan Park" new launch condo and the Lorong Chuan MRT station !