JBE has just launched The Commodore Canberra, a brand new launch located in District 27, preview will launch soon in October 2021. The Commodore Canberra is located within a 2-minute walk of Canberra MRT. There are 219 units in total, with a basement carpark and full condo facilities. It is expected that it will TOP 2024. This luxurious condo has 5 stories and 5 bedrooms (with private elevator). It is located in landed enclaves, yet it is only 2 minutes from Canberra MRT.
The Commodore condo land parcel, measuring 13,315.3 m 2,, has the potential to accommodate 219 units. JBE won the land auction. Parcel A received five bids. Oasis development submitted the highest bid at $129.2 million, or $644 per square foot per price. Parcel B attracted four bids. UOL-controlled United Venture Development (2020), placed the highest bid at $270.2 million, or $650 per share ppr.
The Commodore is a private, low-rise residential development. You can feel the tranquility as soon as you step into this area. The development’s low rise nature and generous land area make it a great place to call home.
JBE Holdings, Commdore condo developer and keong Hing Holdings Pte Limited came together under Oasis development to win the $129,196,000. This translates to an average land cost of $644 per square feet per plot ratio. New condos on Canberra Drive will offer luxurious residence units with one to five bedrooms. These will be available for investors as well as home-stayers.
The Commodore Condo, JBE, is close to many excellent schools. These schools include Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School in Yishun, Xishan Primary, Chongfu Primary, Yishun Secondary, and many more. It is surrounded with nature and public parks like the Jalan Kemuning Park or Jalan Dendudok Park, Montreal Green, Sembawang Park and many others, making it a perfect place for families.
Stations for trains
We’ve already mentioned that the Commodore at Canberra can be found 200m from Canberra MRT. Five train stations will take you to Bishan Interchange from Canberra MRT Station. From there, you can access the Circle Line, which connects you to the North-East Line and Downtown Line.
Three stops will take you to Woodlands MRT station. This is where the much-anticipated Thomson-East Coast Line will be built. It will take you just a few minutes to walk from the North side of Singapore to the East by 2024.
These buses serve the area from bus stops located near The Commodore in Canberra, particularly along Canberra Drive: 169, 169A and 117.
Bus 169 runs in two directions. It goes from Woodlands Temporary Interchange (Ang Mo Kio Interchange) and vice versa. You can take bus 169 to the stop just outside the condominium. It will take you to Yishun MRT station and Mayflower Secondary School.