Shopping is like religion in the Lion City of Singapore. Part of a larger mixed-use development known as One Holland Village, One Holland Village Residences comprises three types of units: Sereen, a 34-storey tower with 248 units of one-, two-and three-bedroom units; Leven, a three-storey block comprising 21 two-bedroom units; and Quincy Private Residences, a 28-storey block with 27 luxury apartments that boast private lift access and concierge services.
Country clubs that are within short distances from one Holland village include the Singapore Polo Club, the Tanglin Club, the Singapore Town Clube, the Swiss Club of Singapore, The American Club, the Hollandse Club, the Raffles Town Club, the Temasek Club, the British Club and the Singapore Island Country Club.
With a lot of initiative by Far East Organization, Holland Village will be an exciting transformation with many new concept of developments and amenities coming up. There will be a series of public spaces on the ground floor that will be subdivided and zone for different use.
One Holland Village residences, a mixed-use development by joint venture partners, Far East Organization, Sekisui House Limited, and Sino Group recently garnered strong turnover in sales as at 1 December, with 92 of its 296 residential units sold from the beginning of the release of the' sale in 21 November, the company announced.
It is located near to the Bukit Timah education belt to its North, including Nanyang Primary School as well as the Buona Vista education belt to its South, including Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Anglo-Chinese Junior College, United World College of South East Asia and National University of Singapore.
One Holland Village will be connecting all the vibrant community allowing business to overflow and flourish in an unconventional space be it a compact space or an entire floor, office space available to rent - each one designed for unimpeded flow of natural light.
In honour of English architect Hugh Holland, the road leading to Singapore Botanic Gardens was named Holland Road in 1907, which subsequently led to the naming of Holland Village when the Dutch community moved in during the early 1900s, and the future roads thereafter.
With the Far East Organization planning to use the mixed-use development as a way to build a strong community in Holland Village, the One Holland Village Residences is the perfect way for residents to be just steps away from a vibrant nightlife, yet also have local markets, green spaces and an incredible water terrace right outside their door.
Given Holland Village's Identity Node status, strict requirements are enforced with regards to the future development of this 99-year land parcel, so that the vision of Holland Village Extension as a continuity to the success and buzz of the existing neighbourhood holds.
The ‘Common Square' will host an assortment of events such as weekly markets, the ‘Communal Green' which features a stunning terraced Water Court adorned by lovely boutiques and the ‘Pocket Park' that provides an open space in the heart of the development.
Future residents of One Holland Village by then will enjoy great convenience to commute to various parts of the island via the MRT services. With 13,500 sqm of new retail spaces, One Holland Village offers residents a wide array of gourmet fare and retail therapy.