Twin Vew is located along West Coast Vale, District 5, Singapore. The condo is just 5 minutes drive to Jurong Lake District. In addition, there is also a plenty of amenities in the proximity of Twin Vew such as Westgate, Jem Shopping Mall, JCube, IMM and Big Box.
Twin VEW is located along Sungei Pandan and conveniently linked to West Coast Highway and Ayer Rajah Expressway for easy access.
Future residents at Twin VEW will enjoy greenery as the land parcel is next to the park connector along Sungei Pandan, part of the Southern Ridges Loop linking to Bukit Batok Nature Park and Pandan Reservoir.
Twin VEW is near to commercial amenities such as Westgate, Jem and Big Box at the Jurong Lake District. The future development is ideal for families with school-going children as it is near Nan Hua Primary School, Commonwealth Secondary School and The Japanese School.
Twin VEW site is less than 10 minutes from the up-and-coming Jurong Lake District. The site is located close to schools and commercial amenities, including Westgate, Jem and Big Box at the Jurong Lake District.
Jurong was developed as Singapore’s first industrial town in 1961 to drive our industrialisation efforts and create jobs for Singaporeans. Public housing estates were built in areas such as Teban Gardens and Taman Jurong so that workers and their families could live close by. Recreational spaces such as Jurong Lake, Science Centre, and the Chinese and Japanese Gardens were also built to enhance the living environment.
In 1991, the land around the Jurong East MRT interchange was designated as a regional centre to create more jobs outside the city. International Business Park (Singapore’s first business park for knowledge-based activities) and JTC Summit (headquarters for JTC Corporation) were among the first developments. Five decades on, the former swamp is now a manufacturing hub for many high-value industries and an attractive residential town.
Jurong Regional Centre became Jurong Lake District (JLD) in 2008, with a new plan to help shed its industrial image and bring more offices, retail, homes and leisure to the area. Today, JLD brings some of the buzz, brands and mix of uses of the city to western Singapore.
Locating the terminus of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) in JLD is a game-changer. It will make the district a gateway for cross-border business and travel. With the potential to plug into regional growth opportunities, JLD will be developed as Singapore’s second Central Business District (CBD).
Cities grow around transport hubs. Come 2026, travellers will dash between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur in 90 minutes on high-speed trains. Connections to the rest of Singapore will also improve when the Jurong Region Line and Cross-Island Line are completed.
The next phase of JLD will take shape around the High-Speed Rail station, with new offices, housing, hotels, retail, F&B and other leisure offerings set within delightful spaces. A major pedestrian mall will connect the HSR and Jurong East MRT stations, creating a seamless link for commuters and forming the main commercial spine along which the second CBD will grow.
JLD will take many decades to realise — at least 2040 and beyond. When completed, more than 100,000 new jobs and 20,000 new homes will be created. Similar to how Jurong was turned into an industrial powerhouse 50 years ago, JLD is set to transform the west of Singapore once again.
JLD is strategically located near high-value industries, the future Tuas Port, two world-class research universities, and offers convenient connections to the city and Malaysia.
The High-Speed Rail to Kuala Lumpur will open new markets and opportunities in a metropolitan region of more than 10 million people. It will enhance the flow of talent and travellers, facilitate knowledge, business and cultural exchanges, and stronger social links to make JLD an attractive hub for regional businesses.
Building on the existing cluster of firms and public agencies in Jurong Gateway, JLD could be a hub for infrastructure development firms. It also offers an attractive location for firms in the maritime services sector, given its proximity to the new port and the surrounding industrial and logistics clusters
Two precincts – Jurong Gateway as the commercial hub and Lakeside for leisure and recreational activities.
The 57 hectare Jurong Gateway is shaping up well with the completion of several projects such as JEM, the Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability, Genting Hotel Jurong and the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital. Other projects are expected to be progressively completed in the coming years.
Jurong Gateway will be highly-connected with an integrated network of elevated pedestrian walkways at the ground level and J-Walk, a 2nd storey elevated pedestrian network. All buildings and public transport facilities will be seamlessly connected via this network for commuters to walk conveniently and comfortably in all weather conditions. Part of this network has already been completed from Jurong East MRT station to nearby developments.
The Lakeside precinct will become an exciting business, residential and leisure destination set within lush greenery and the 70 hectare Jurong Lake. It will be home to the new Jurong Lake Gardens, which will become Singapore’s national gardens in the heartlands and a people’s garden where spaces are sensitively landscaped and created for families and the community to come together.
The Ministry of Education (MOE) is planning a new Science Centre, which will be integrated with the new Gardens, creating an environment that showcases ecology and sustainable living. This will provide opportunities for Singaporeans to discover the wonders of science, technology and inquiry.
With the completion of the HSR terminus in 2026, a new mixed-use business district will be progressively developed in Lakeside, integrated seamlessly with Jurong Gateway, forming Singapore's second CBD.