Parc Canberra is the first EC launch in the North for the last four years and it happens to be one of the few ECs located within walking distance of an MRT station.
|Unit||Type||No. of Units||Area (Excludes PH Strata Void)||Approx. Price|
|2 bedroom + Study||B1-G||1||829 sqft||$895,320|
|3 bedroom||C1, C2, C3||77||818 sqft to 926 sqft||$855k to $1.068m|
|3 bedroom + Utility||C4, C5||168||926 sqft to 947 sqft||From $958k|
|3 bedroom + Utility + Yard||C6, C7, C8||182||947 sqft to 1001 sqft||to $1.152m|
|4 bedroom + Utility + Yard||D1, D2||57||1152 sqft to 1184 sqft||$1.21m to $1.345m|
|5 bedroom + Utility + Yard||E1||11||1453 sqft||$1.49m to $1.568m|
|Developer||Hoi Hup Sunway Canberra Pte Ltd|
|Architect||Consortium 168 Architects Pte Ltd|
|Professional Engineer||TW-Asia Consultants Pte Ltd|
|Builder||Straits Construction Singapore Pte Ltd|
|District||D27 Sembawang, Yishun|
|Land Tenure||99 years leasehold|
|Expected TOP||Sep 2023|
|Site Area||194,187 sqft|
|Total number of units||496 (3-5 Bedroom)|
|Blocks||6 Blocks of 11 Storey, 4 Blocks of 13 Storey|
|Car Park||1 basement car park|
|Zones||5 Facilities Zones - Arrival Zone, Active Zone, Family Zone, Fitness Zone and Nature Zone|
|Swimming Pool||4 diverse pools - 50m lap pool, spa pool, family pool and kids' water play pool|
|Clubhouse||Primary Clubhouse - "The Barn" presented under a pitch roof that features a media room, kids party room, study room and a function room|
|20 Jun 2020 (Sat)||Parc Canberra Showflat Reopens!|
|15 Mar 2020 (Sun)||2nd Timer Quota Opens!|
|15 Feb 2020 (Sat)||Unit Selection and Booking|
|14 Feb 2020 (Fri)||Balloting via Live Streaming|
|12/13 Feb 2020 (Wed/Thu)||Price Release + Drop Ballot Tickets|
Parc Canberra is the latest Executive Condominium (EC) launched for sale through public tender by the Housing Development Board through the Government Land Sales Programme, which closed on 3rd July 2019.
The Canberra Link EC site received 9 bids, with Hoi Hup Realty and Sunway Developments being awarded after their bid price of $271 million emerged as the highest. This price will translate to $558 psf ppr.
Situated at the intersection of Canberra Link and Canberra Walk off Sembawang Road, the land site covers an area of 194,187 sqft and will feature 496 units spread across 10 blocks upon completion.
Parc Canberra will feature condominium facilities that include multipurpose rooms, swimming pools, tennis courts, and more. Located just 350m away from the nearest Canberra MRT Station, demand for Parc Canberra is expected to be strong.
Parc Canberra Executive Condo will also benefit greatly from the Northern Region Transformation. This includes the integrated sports and community hub Bukit Canberra which covers 12 hectares, and the North-South Corridor.
Parc Canberra is conveniently located a mere 350m away from the newly opened Canberra MRT station.
Its location will provide residents with the luxury of being in close proximity to a range of amenities and facilities, such as Canberra Plaza, Bukit Canberra and good schools.
Enjoy the utmost accessibility with Canberra MRT station well within walking distance.
Parc Canberra is the first EC to be situated close to an MRT Station at launch!
Bukit Canberra is a $1.5 billion sports and community hub covering 12 hectares (20 football fields). It opens progressively in 2020:
Opening progressively from end 2019, the 11,000sqm, 3-storey Canberra Plaza will boast communal facilities such as an “estuary-themed” event plaza and a water playground for kids.
Residents will also be able to access Canberra Plaza directly from Canberra MRT via a link bridge
The 21.5km North South Corridor is Singapore’s 11th highway, and will be ready in 2026.
It is an integrated transport corridor, running above and underground, with dedicated bus lanes and Singapore’s first-ever cycling trunk route
Parc Canberra is located close to
With 496 units ranging from 3 to 5 bedrooms over 10 blocks, Parc Canberra offers a wide selection of choice units
Due to the EC eligibility conditions and requirements, applicants will not need to pay any ABSD. However, BSD will still apply.
When purchasing an EC, applicants are still eligible for up to 75% Loan To Value for their home loan. Your actual loan will still be subject to MSR and TDSR.
When your application for an EC is approved, you can continue staying in your HDB until EC TOP. However, you must sell your HDB within 6 months after EC TOP.
Applicants need to fulfil 1 of 4 schemes and need at least SC+SPR
At least 21 years old (at least 35 for Joint Singles)
Joint Singles Scheme (both SC)
Average gross monthly household income should not exceed $16,000
Your application will be second-timer if you have owned or sold a
For applicants staying in a HDB (BTO or Resale), the 5 year Minimum Occupation Period must be met
Applicants cannot own a private property at the point of application and must have disposed of private properties at least 30 months ago
Parc Canberra is the first EC (Executive Condominium) to be launched for sale in 2020. This sale was through a public tender by the HDB (Housing Development Board), under the GLS (Government Land Sales) Programme. The tender for the site closed on 3rd July 2019, having receiving a total of 9 bids. The consortium consisting of developer Hoi Hup Realty and Sunway Developments was awarded the land after their bid of $271 million emerged to be the highest. This price translates to a land bid price of S$558 psf ppr.
Situated at the intersection between Canberra Link and Canberra Walk, Parc Canberra is located in the excellent District 27 of Singapore. The site occupies an area of 18,040.6sqm with a potential to yield up to 45,101.5sqm GFA (Gross Floor Area). The site is expected to feature around 500 residential units with a max height of 45 – 55 meters upon completion.
Being an EC, Parc Canberra will feature a wide range of amenities suitable for residential needs. These include multipurpose rooms, swimming pools, tennis courts, and more. The demand for this development is expected to be very high due to its proximity to MRT - it is a mere 350m away, or a short 4 minute walk from Canberra MRT Station.
Right across the road from Parc Canberra is Bukit Canberra, an integrated sports and community hub occupying a massive 12 hectares and is set to feature a number of amenities including a hawker centre, a sports centre, a senior care centre and a polyclinic in a park-like environment.
Parc Canberra is truly different from any other Executive Condo that has been developed in Singapore. Doing an analysis for Parc Canberra, you will realise that this project offers many unique points. This development offers a unique opportunity for residents to benefit from being in close proximity to many amenities, such as the upcoming Canberra Plaza and Bukit Canberra. Convenience is definitely something that homeowners will consider carefully when looking for the next home. Right here at Parc Canberra, residents enjoy a great deal of convenience and connectivity, since it it located just 350m away from Canberra MRT, which is just a 4 minute walk away.
Parc Canberra's location in the heart of District 27 provides residents access to the things that this area is well renowned for, including the Sembawang Hot Springs, Sun Plaza at Sembawang MRT and Northpoint City at Yishun MRT. This condo will also feature a range of first-class facilities that are sure to delight residents. If residents choose to walk, several shopping centres, restaurants, schools are within close walking distance.
For an overview of what it is like to live in this project and the benefits that you will enjoy, here is a whole range of different benefits for residents at Parc Canberra.
Parc Canberra benefits from a strategic location that allows residents easy and quick access around the neighbourhood and also to other parts of Singapore. Residents can travel using the MRT, buses or driving along the road network. This means that even if you do not own a vehicle, using this established transportation network ensures that you get to your destinations easily and quickly, whether it is the nearby school, a shopping centre, mall, restaurant or park.
Parc Canberra is located close to many major roads and expressways, which are the arterial paths in Singapore's well developed transportation network. The expressways that are nearby include the Central Expressway (CTE) that connects the northern region of Singapore to the Central Business District. In addition, Seletar Expressway (SLE) which is nearby offers residents of Parc Canberra an avenue to connect to the Tampines Expressway (TPE) for their transport needs.
Residents of Parc Canberra have another reason to rejoice - the upcoming North-South Corridor is set to give a big boost to connectivity from Northern to Southern Singapore. The 21.5km North South Corridor is Singapore's 11th highway, and it will better connect the Northern and Central parts of Singapore, serving motorists travelling between the city centre and towns including Woodlands, Sembawang, Yishun, Ang Mo Kio, Bishan and Toa Payoh.
It will intersect various expressways, including the Seletar Expressway (SLE), Pan Island Expressway (PIE) and East Coast Parkway (ECP). Expected to be completed by 2026, the North South Corridor will include bus lanes and cycling trunk routes.
Lastly, Parc Canberra is only 4 minutes walking distance from Canberra MRT station, which just opened in November 2019 and is along the North-South MRT line. It is also near the Sembawang MRT Station. Residents can travel quickly to Sembawang and Yishun, and further connect to other lines within the MRT transport network, getting to Orchard and Changi airport quickly and easily.
Parc Canberra EC offers an unparalleled convenience, that is truly unlike any other EC so far. Just about anything that you will need, in terms of amenities, shopping and nature parks, are a mere few minutes away. Located right next to Canberra MRT is Canberra Plaza, which is connected to Canberra MRT via a link bridge, and provides residents with a great option to grab groceries or a relaxing bubble tea at the end of a hectic work day and enjoy the walk home.
Opening progressively from end 2019, the 11,000sqm, 3-storey Canberra Plaza will boast communal facilities such as an “estuary-themed” event plaza and a water playground for kids. Canberra Plaza will feature shops, supermarkets, food courts, shopping malls, entertainment, eateries, education as well as childcare centres.
At the same time, the upcoming Bukit Canberra which occupies a sprawling 12 hectare space – first announced in 2016 – will provide amenities such as a hawker centre, indoor and outdoor sport facilities, a polyclinic, a senior care centre, green spaces for community farming and lifestyle related amenities for the community. It is just opposite the road from Parc Canberra.
Besides the mega mall North Point City at Yishun and Sun Plaza at Sembawang which are each just 1 MRT away from Parc Canberra, there is also the nearby Sembawang Shopping Centre, which is well within walking distance. The ever popular Chong Pang Market is a great place to grab your groceries.
Families can also look forward to an enjoyable stay in the area. Parc Canberra is in close proximity to reputable schools such as Wellington Primary and Sembawang Primary. Getting to these schools is easy with the well established road network, which means that students can make their way easily as well.
Parc Canberra also offers respite from the busy, hectic and fast-paced work life that many Singaporeans are accustomed to. Set within the greenery of Sembawang, there is no lack of greenery options for residents to enjoy and connect with nature and relax in a tranquil environment. There is the nearby Sembawang Hot Spring, where residents can marvel at Singapore's only Hot Spring park; and Sembawang Park, where one can enjoy the beach and the cool ocean breeze.
Parents with school-going kids are naturally jittery when it comes to moving to new place. A top consideration definitely is proximity to the school so that it is convenient to pick up and drop off the kids and even for the kids to make their way to and from school on their own if needed.
Parc Canberra is situated in an excellent location since it's proximity to many good schools nearby ensures that parents will not run out of choices on which school to enrol your kids in. Attending a school close to home means that kids can come home more easily and with less travelling, they are also safer in their route to and from schoool.
Some of the schools that are close to Parc Canberra include:
See here for more info on schools near Parc Canberra.
The whole range of options of education institutions right in and around the neighbourhood means that parents have many to choose from. The schools available in the area range across all levels of education, making it a great place to nurture a family and raise school going children. There are also childcare centres and nursery schools around Parc Canberra that will provide for the education needs of your young ones.
Parc Canberra's excellent location, being in close proximity to a multitude of shopping choices, will have shopaholics rejoicing. Many shopping centres are closely providing you with all your needs, whether it is grocery shopping, stationery, fashion wear, beauty products, electronic equipment. Many malls are within just a few minutes walking distance, so if you are looking for your morning exercise or after-dinner stroll, you've got many choices!
Here are some of the shopping centres nearby:
Sun Plaza is located just 1 stop away, opposite Sembawang MRT. It is a mixed-use residential and commercial development located along Sembawang Drive in the town centre of Sembawang. It was completed in 2000, underwent a refurbishment in November 2013 and reopened in August 2015. It serves residents in Sembawang and Sembawang Public Library is also located within the mall.
Sun Plaza is currently home to 93 shops with NTUC FairPrice, Gain City, Virtualand, Sembawang Public Library, Kopitiam and Yamaha as mini anchors.
The stores feature a remarkable range of products and merchandise from Children apparels and toys at Cheri Kids to Jewelers and Optical, Perfumeries and Fashion & Accessories. Other facilities such as key cutting, shoes and bags repair shop, travel agents, SingTel, M1 Shop and Starhub can also be found in the mall.
Sun Plaza's restaurant such as Sakae Sushi offers Japanese cuisine with Teppanyaki concept, in addition to having family favorites like Thai Express, McDonald’s, KFC, Mos Burger, Pasta Mania, Xin Wang Hong Kong Cafe, Ya Kun Kaya Toast, Coffee Bean, Eat and Ah Mei Cafe.
Sembawang Shopping Centre is a four-storey commercial development located along Sembawang Road in Sembawang Spring Estate of Sembawang, Singapore. It was developed by CapitaLand Mall Trust and underwent a refurbishment and reopened in 2007.
There is a whole range of shopping options that will definitely delight the entire family. The stores there include Burger King, Cotton On, Daiso, Funtoast, My First Skool, Teo Heng KTV, Watsons and Yamaha. Whether it's grabbing a quick bite, shopping for cheap every day items, getting a haircut and attending music lessons, there is something for everyone at this destination.
Canberra Plaza is the next new shopping centre in the vicinity to serve residents of Parc Canberra. Slated to open progressively from end 2019, the 11,000sqm, 3-storey Canberra Plaza will boast communal facilities such as an “estuary-themed” event plaza and a water playground for kids.
Residents will also be able to access Canberra Plaza directly from Canberra MRT via a link bridge. This will make it a joy to grab groceries and an evening snack on the way home from the MRT.
Northpoint City is a mega mall located just 1 stop away from Parc Canberra, at Yishun MRT.
The mall houses the Nee Soon Central Community Club, the Yishun Public Library and Yishun Bus Interchange. It underwent a refresh in early 2010 to integrate it with a new extension. The mall currently spans a massive 1,300,000 sq ft, housing a dizzying array of retail stores. Major tenants include Cold Storage, Harvey Norman, POPULAR Bookstore, Timezone, UNIQLO, Kopitiam, Anytime Fitness, Hotwind and Krispy Kreme.
With an integrated air-conditioned bus interchange, Northpoint City is another great option for residents of Parc Canberra to satisfy their shopping needs.
When it comes to good food, there is no lack of options in Sembawang area. Some of these food options that we will be highlighting may not be within walking distance, but will still be just a few minutes drive away.
These food places makes it a great way for the family to enjoy quality time together or for friends to gather and indulge in gastronomical adventures. These restaurants are sure to bring a smile and to you and your loved ones.
Here are some of the best food choices in the area:
The White Restaurant is famous for their white bee hoon, a delectable $5 plate soaked in aromatic gravy with prawns, squids and vegetables.
Located at 22 Jalan Tampang just opposite Sembawang Shopping Centre, there are frequently long queues that can last well over an hour, a true testament to its popularity and hordes of fans.
Chong Pang Nasi Lemak lays claim to the title of most famous nasi lemak in the area, being the top choice for foodies craving for that fragrant rice , crispy chicken wings and appetising chilli sauce.
It is located at 447 Sembawang Road and opens from 5pm to 7am, which means there is little space for parking, and also, this makes for a great choice when you are craving a supper outing.
For residents of Parc Canberra who love nature and the outdoors, and love being in the park after a long week to unwind, or to bring the family for a fun day out, there are many options for greenery in the area that is bound to delight nature lovers.
The Sembawang Hot Spring Park reopened on 4 Jan 2020, much to the delight of the public. Sembawang Hot Spring is the only natural hot spring park in Singapore, so if you are looking for a different experience, you are in for a treat.
Where there used to be just drains, taps and buckets of very hot water, the reopened Sembawang Hot Spring is now a park that boasts a cascading pool, cafe as well as a floral walk.
It is 1.1-hectares in size, nearly the size of one-and-a-half football fields, and with the cascading pool, members of the public can now enjoy a foot bath. Visitors can even cook eggs here in a separate receptacle — a popular activity at the hot spring before it was closed for redevelopment.
Children can play with warm spring water at an educational zone, where they can learn about the groundwater cycle.
Sembawang Hot Spring Park is open daily from 7am to 7pm. It is accessible via Gambas Avenue, and from the nearest bus stops 400m away at Sembawang Road. The nearest car park is located 400m away at 114 Yishun Ring Road.
Sembawang Park is a tranquil park away located away from the bustle of the city. With a beautiful beach side and a stunning view, it is a popular fishing ground and a great place for family and friends to get together.
Fitness enthusiasts can jog and swim while anglers cast their lines into the sea. Shelters and barbecue pits are located along the park and the beach, allowing families and friends to barbecue by the seaside. Alternatively, enjoy the gentle sea breeze and sound of the waves as you stroll along one of the few remaining natural beaches of Singapore.
Indulge in activities such as Playground Fun, Chill Out at the Seaside and Barbecue at the Park.
Should the need arise, Parc Canberra is located close to health care options, which ensures that residents' medical needs can be met adequately and also in a timely fashion.
The nearby healthcare facilities include:
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital is a 590-bed general and acute care hospital, set within a healing environment. Opened in June 2010, KTPH combines medical expertise with high standards of personalised care to provide care that is good enough for our own loved ones. From intuitive wayfinding to logical clustering of services, KTPH’s design is focused on providing a hassle-free experience for patients. KTPH serves more than 800,000 people living in the northern sector of Singapore.
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital is located in close proximity to Yishun MRT, a few minutes' drive away from Parc Canberra.
Yishun Community Hospital is Singapore’s largest community hospital, with 428 beds, providing intermediate care for recuperating patients who do not require the intensive care services of an acute care hospital. Opened in 2015, it focuses on helping patients recover and regain their health and daily functions through therapy and education. YCH is conceptualised on the principle of providing a hassle-free experience for our patients and is designed as a healing space. Situated beside Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, the two hospitals bring about an integrated care experience for patients, through a robust network of healthcare teams, information flow and treatment plans.
Parc Canberra benefits greatly from the Master Plan that been outlined for the transformation of the North Region of Singapore. It comes with a whole slew of benefits and this plan is envisioned for transformations in the years to come and is tailored to meet the ever changing needs of work and play for residents in the area.
Here are some highlights:
Integrated developments in the neighbourhood, such as Woodlands Health Campus, Canberra Plaza, and Bukit Canberra are set to bring tremendous benefit to families in the Northern part, bringing amenities close to where they are staying so that they do not need to travel far.
New transport options such as Canberra MRT will greatly enhance the accessibility of the area, and provide residents with an excellent route to get connected to other parts of Singapore so that options for work, live and play are never too far away.
Bukit Canberra is a $1.5 billion sports and community hub covering 12 hectares (20 football fields). It opens progressively in 2020. It boasts of a number of exciting features, such as the largest ActiveSG gym in Singapore at 1,500 sqm, public indoor and outdoor swimming pools, indoor sports hall with 500 seats.
When completed in end-2019, Canberra Plaza will feature public housing that is integrated with myriad amenities, including an event plaza, supermarkets, restaurants, food courts and enrichment centres
Once Sembawang Shipyard’s operations cease, the site has the potential to be redeveloped into a mixed-use waterfront lifestyle precinct while taking into consideration its rich maritime history. The shipyard's unique coastal profile presents opportunities for new waterfront public spaces. Selected buildings can also be re-purposed to introduce suitable uses that will bring new life into the area.
There will be more recreational activities and community spaces injected into Singapore Racecourse so that more people from all walks of life can enjoy the place. Alongside other nearby attractions such as Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve and the Mandai wildlife parks, Kranji will become a launch pad for fun activities for families, the young and the old.