Potential Rental Catchment Areas

For investors looking into Queens Peak, did you know that the development is smack in the middle of three catchment areas?

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That’s right! You would be looking at not one, but THREE catchment areas for your potential tenants to rent from you. That’s the supreme location advantage that you would be enjoying by investing in Queens Peak

To the east, just 5 MRT stops from Queenstown, is the Central Business District (CBD) of Singapore. Not only that, but the Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC) is also located right next to it. This is a huge pool of potential tenants as the headquarters of many multinational companies are located there.

To the south, just 6 bus stops down from Queens Peak, is the Alexandra Technopark and the Mapletree Business City. Not to mention, VivoCity and HarbourFront Centre are located just nearby further down Telok Blangah Road.

And to the west of Queens Peak, 3 MRT stops away, lies one-north, Singapore’s hub for innovation and knowledge. one-north comprises of the Biopolis, Fusionopolis and Mediapolis. Right beside one-north sits The LaunchPad, Singapore’s version of Silicon Valley. The LaunchPad consist of three blocks – blocks 71, 73, and 79. Just block 71 alone is expected to house 750 startups by 2017.

Not shown on the map, the Jurong Lake District is slightly further west from one-north and have been planned as a satellite CBD area by the government for Singapore’s economic expansion into the future.

So if you’re looking for a good investment into property with a wide range of options to choose from potential tenant catchment areas, look no further! Queens Peak is your answer!

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