Jurong Lake District is a major regional centre in the west of Singapore to provide an attractive location for commercial development outside the city centre. The aim is to cater to the diverse needs of businesses and to create job opportunities closer to where people live.


The West Region is home to over 1 million residents who enjoy a variety of housing choices, an array of amenities such as shopping areas and community facilities and good access to educational institutions. It is also an established employment centre, with the Jurong and Tuas Industrial Estates providing ample employment opportunities. The region is well supported by an extensive transportation network, through the East-West and North-South MRT lines, Bukit Panjang LRT system, as well as major expressways like the AYE, KJE, BKE and PIE.

Source: URA



Over the next 10 years, residents in the West can look forward to the upcoming Jurong Lake District, which will be the commercial hub for the West, offering a business and leisure destination set amidst a lakeside environment. There will also be attractive housing options in a variety locations near MRTs, parks and waterbodies in areas such as Jurong Lake District, Clementi, Hillview and Choa Chu Kang. More business opportunities and jobs will be available at Jurong and Tuas, more community and recreational facilities, and most importantly better transport connections to the city via the new Downtown Line 2 (DTL 2), and greater MRT accessibility to the far west via the Tuas Extension.

Source: URA



JURONG POINT& Singapore's future shipping heart

West Connect Building is of close proximity to Jurong Point, where major banks and other business amenities are readily available. Tuas is the up-and-coming industrial hotspot as the Government has announced plans to make Tuas Singapore’s shipping heart. In about 10 years’ time, all of Singapore’s container port activities will be consolidated in a new Tuas Port development that can handle up to 65 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) a year. This figure is nearly double of PSA Singapore terminals’ current capacity of 35 million TEUs.

Source: PSA



Second link, iskandar

Buroh Street is of close proximity to Second link which is advantageous. This is especially true when the businesses and investments spots are well nestled in the region.

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