ONE-NORTH EDEN Location
One-north is a precinct in the Queenstown Planning Area, master planned by the JTC Corporation (JTC) and has grown to become an icon of Singapore’s knowledge economy, where talents gravitate towards and ideas thrive. The estate focuses on knowledge-intensive activities in critical growth sectors such as the biomedical, info-communications and media industries, supported by capabilities in science and engineering. As a prominent research hub and a business centre of choice for over 400 leading companies and 800 start-ups with 50,000 knowledge workers employed, one-north has attracted $8 billion worth of investments as of 2018.
The Land Parcel, bounded by one-north Gateway and Slim Barracks Rise, is prominently located within the heart of one-north’s Fusionopolis precinct, which primarily houses businesses anchored in the info-communications and media, science and engineering industries. It is within walking distance to other key precincts in one-north, such as Biopolis, Nepal Hill and Vista Exchange. The unique pedestrian centric streets of Fusionopolis, namely Portsdown Road, one-north Gateway and Nepal Hill, are a series of visual and activity corridors that connects the site with other key developments in one-north. one-north Park which is located just a few minutes’ walk away is a popular location for the public to walk, run and cycle.
The proximity of the one-north MRT Station and Buona Vista MRT Interchange Station to the Land Parcel provides for easy connections to the National University of Singapore at Kent Ridge, as well as to the rest of Singapore including Jurong Lake District, Holland Village, Harbour Front, the Central Business District, Changi Airport and other key commercial nodes.
The site is also well served by amenities, being only a short walk or bus ride away from retail options at the Star Vista and Fusionopolis, and is close to established educational institutions such as the Anglo-Chinese Junior College, Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary), Fairfield Methodist School (Primary) and Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) at Dover Road.