Sky Botania condo is connected by exellent MRT network, which boost productivity and reduce travelling time to most regions in Singapore
Jointly developed by KSH Holdings Limited and SLB Development, Sky Botania condominium is a brand-new luxurious District 19 condominium located along Upper Serangoon Road. KSH Holdings Development and SLB Development both have combined many years of experiences in the real estate development industry with SLB Development being a builder and contractor.
KSH Holdings’s property portfolios in Singapore include KSH Holdings Hillview Peak, KSH Holdings Waterbay as well as the latest fully sold-out Normanton Park development.
SLB Development’s property portfolios in Singapore include The Alps Residences, Poiz Residences, Canberra Residences, and other on-going projects like One Bernam, Landmark and Provence Residences.
KSH Holdings then continue to set keen eye on Singapore real estate market and successfully acquired Sky Botania in July 2022 through collective sale aka enbloc for $890 million together with MCC Land. The site could potentially yield up to 900 units comprising of various layouts.
MCC Land (Singapore) Pte Ltd was created in 2010 to undertake property development in Singapore and has since then developed 17 commercial and residential complexes, private condominiums, executive condominiums, and other real estate projects. Their sister company China Jingye Engineering Corporation Limited which is a registered contractor with BCA, has helped to built iconic projects like Universal Studios Singapore, Resort World Sentosa and Maritime Experiential Museum.
The redevelopment of Sky Botania condominium into a “new-concept residential development amidst the charming, mature heartlands of District 19” is the vision of both KSH Holdings and MCC Land.
The existing 99-years’ leasehold 444-units Sky Botania condominium, which sits on a land size of 400,588sft, has two strata commercial units within the development since 1985. URA Master Plan 2019 shows that the plot ratio of the site is 2.1 which potentially yield approximately 900 residential units, subject to URA and Land Transport Authority approval, with a gross floor area of 841,236 sq ft.
The main key driver that makes Sky Botania condominium location attractive for dwelling is that it has excellent transports connectivity and amenities. Boon Keng area increases the daily productivity of residents as the location has well-crafted transport network and amenities, making it accessible.
There is Boon Keng MRT Station, part of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system of the North-East Line MRT network provides efficient and fast network to various parts of Singapore. Regardless whether you are going to work, shopping in Orchard Road, or planning your excursion trip to Sentosa, the MRT system can fetch you there in a bit.
To ace it up to the next level, the new construction of the Cross Island Line (CRL) after it’s fully operational, can boost Sky Botania condominium connectivity. Sky Botania condo with its Boon Keng MRT right at doorstep can intersect at either Hougang MRT Station or Ang Mo Kio MRT station with 1 MRT transit and reducing travelling time to distant place including Jurong and Tuas and the areas in the east, such as Changi more efficient than ever before.
Serangoon gardens is a rustic and charming neighbourhood which is close to Sky Botania condominium, a gem for everyone. Next, there are many shopping centres nearby such as Bishan Junction 8, Ang Mo Hub and NEX at Serangoon. To balance it off, Sky Botania condominium is nestled in private residential enclave with landed homes, so that residents can have a peace of mind away from the buzzing city, thus making it a fantastic place to reside in.