The LakeGarden Residences is a rare lakefront condominium located by Jurong Lake Gardens, Jurong Lake District.

Rare Condominium by the National Gardens in a Residential Enclave, just 10-minutes walk to Lakeside MRT.

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Distinct pavilion and gardens, providing abundant space in the development allows residents to engage in community interactions and to host small- and medium-scale events.


One is ensconced in greenery on every inch of the land with the dense canopy of trees in the development. The nearby Jurong Lake Gardens is immensely popular with both locals and tourists.


Parents will be glad to know that established schools around The LakeGarden Residences, such as Rulang Primary, River Valley High School, Lakeside and Shuqun Primary School.


Lakeside MRT is just 10mins walk. Garden homes are designed for family living. The East-West Line, upcoming Jurong Region Line & Cross Island Line provides you seamless connection to attractions, prestigious schools and job centres.


The LakeGarden Residences is a unique community designed to provide an entire array of amenities for residents, designed to enrich your life on all levels.


An impressive lounge greets you on your way back home. The hotel-like lounge is located next to your very own concierge.

UNITS OF 1, 2, 3, 4, 5-BEDROOM


The Lakegarden Residences Location Map


Project Name The Lakegarden Residences (嘉湖庭)
District District 22 (Boon Lay, Jurong, Tuas)
Plot Ratio 2.1
Site Area/GFA Approximately 129,182 sq ft
Tenure 99years leasehold commencing from 31st May 2023
Total Number of Units 306 units
Address 80 Yuan Ching Road, Singapore 619613
82 Yuan Ching Road, Singapore 619614
Unit Types 1 to 5-Bedroom residences in Brochure & Floor Plan
Developer Winville Investment Pte. Ltd. (a subsidiary of Wing Tai Asia)
CONQUAS Score Band 2
Description Proposed erection 2 blocks of 19-storey flats development (total 306 units), and a Clubhouse complete with Swimming Pool & Communal Facilities at 1st storey, Substation, Bin Centre and 2 storey basement carpark on Lot No. 01164V MK06 at Yuan Ching Road (Jurong East Planning Area)
Landscape Architect
Surbana Jurong Group
STX Landscape Architects
Expected Date of Vacant Possession 29th August 2027
Expected Date of Legal Completion 29th August 2030
Expected Date of Preview Showflat opening in July-2023
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A good education can help to give a good head start in life. Take your pick from some of Singapore's most sought-after primary schools to established junior college and international schools, The LakeGarden Residences is surrounded by education institutions for kids of all ages.

Lakeside Apartments sold enbloc; to be redeveloped into The Lakegarden Residences

Lakeside Apartments on 9E and 9F Yuan Ching Road have landed a collective sales jackpot at $273.89M, 14% higher than their $240m reserve price, on their second try.

The $240 million reserve price worked out at $1,077 per square foot for the garden facing prime land. Lakeside Apartments, with 120 units, located next to Jurong Lake Gardens and the Jurong Lake district, was sold to Winville Investment, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore-listed Wing Tai Holdings.

The subject site will be developed into The Lakegarden Residences, the first new launch by Jurong Lake Gardens.

Experience the Serenity of Lakeside Living with The LakeGarden Residences

Wing Tai said in its press release Thursday (May 26) that they plan to redevelop the highly-contested site as an iconic luxury residential project with over 300 apartments, offering waterfront views unobstructed by Jurong Lake and the surrounding area.

Wing Tai Holdings, a leading real estate developer in Singapore, has acquired Lakeside Apartment for $273.88 million, 14% above the reserve price.

Jurong Lake Gardens view from The Lakegarden Residences

Source: URA

Experience the Best of Nature and Urban Convenience at The LakeGarden Residences

Located close to Lakeside MRT Station, The Lakegarden Residences is near to regional malls like JEM, Westgate, IMM, and JCube, public health facilities, and the integrated transport hub at Jurong East, due for completion in 2027.

The Lakegarden Residences is also near multiple educational institutions like Nanyang Technological University and River Valley Secondary School, Lakeside Primary School, Jurong Secondary School, Rulang Primary.

The Lakegarden Residences are also close to the Taman Jurong market and food centre, the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, and Jurong Community Hospital.

Escape to a Lush Oasis at Jurong Lake Gardens – Singapore’s 3rd National Garden

Jurong Lake Garden is the first national garden in Singapore’s heartland, which brings nature close to home.

With its unique riverfront setting in the Jurong Lake district, as well as its proximity to both the new Jurong Lake Garden and a new science center, the Singapore Tourism Board envisages Jurong Lake District being transformed as a major tourist drawcard starting from 2026.

Mr. Tan, who said that STBs plans to transform the Jurong Lake District, added that eventual attractions developed there would be heavily integrated with the larger area.

With 4 MRT lines serving the Jurong Lake District by 2035, residents of The Lakegarden Residences, workers, and visitors will enjoy improved access to the rest of Singapore, including direct links with the City Centre, Changi Airport, and Jurong Innovation District (JID).

Related: Singapore’s biggest skate park opens in Lakeside Garden [01/04/2023]

Indulge in Stunning Scenery and Tranquility with Amazing Views of Jurong Lake Gardens

The collective sale tender for The Lakegarden Residences was being hotly contested because of the striking beauty of this location, as well as the amazing views from the Jurong Lake Gardens.

The limited supply of private housing projects on this lakefront property is expected to drive healthy sales when launched for sale in 2023, with a healthy demand of future high-end homes built on the property.

The Lakegarden Residences is located on a site of 134,176 square feet, which offers a great opportunity for developers to rebuild, being strategically located in Singapore’s third national garden in the heartlands.

Jurong Lake Garden is opening gradually starting in 2019, featuring new attractions and enhanced public spaces that serve residents, workers and visitors.

Jurong Lake Gardens is set to become a unique recreational and relaxation destination amongst the other prominent parks including East Coast Park, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, and Pasir Ris Park and is strategically located to serve Singapore’s western regions.

Western Adventure Loop around Jurong Lake Gardens from The Lakegarden Residences

Credits: URA

Not only does Jurong Lake Gardens offer green spaces to communities and wildlife, but also helps Singapore evolve as a Biophilic Nature City, with the elements of the landscape and spaces informed by nature and inspired by nature.

Jurong Lake Gardens is also contributing to Singapore’s City in Nature vision, but as part of a city-wide plan to integrate it with other areas through a network of park connectors and mass transit.

The garden has emerged as a model of natural habitat recovery and landscape enhancement in urban environments (particularly with regard to protecting and promoting plants and animals), and continues to play a major role in furthering Singapore’s plans for decentralisation, and pushing Jurong Lake district to become the second CBD.

As the People’s Garden, residents living in The Lakegarden Residences can expect to experience nature-themed, water-themed playgrounds, lifestyle and sports facilities, as well as restored swamp forests and wetlands right at the doorstep.

Discover the Future of Urban Living – Jurong Lake District, Singapore’s New Metropolis

A detailed Master Plan for the Lakeside Precinct, including plans to integrate the area seamlessly with Jurong Gateway, would enhance Jurong’s status as Singapore’s second CBD.

Lakeside District will seamlessly integrate with the rest of Jurong Lake District, with networks of Green Mobility Options linking developments within the precinct, as well as linking to the Jurong Gateway, Gardens, and the existing Science Centre, and existing and future transport hubs within the area.

The Lakegarden Residences in Jurong Lake District Overview

Source: JLD

When fully developed, it will offer over 100,000 new jobs and 20,000 new homes. In future, it will be christened as the biggest commercial hub in Singapore. It is going to be the next mixed-use development of Singapore, by Singaporeans. This place is designed to become a main recreational spot for the people of Singapore as well as tourists and will definitely benefit owners of The Lakegarden Residences.

Be Ready for the Next Big Thing in Singapore’s Skyline – Key Landmark Projects of Jurong Lake District Transformation

Enhancing Connectivity and Convenience – Six Additional MRT Stations to be Built by 2032 in Phase 2 of Cross Island Line

Phase two of the Cross Island line – from Turf City to Jurong Lake District – will consist of six underground stations, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced in a press release on Tuesday (20 September).

Phase Two of the Cross Island Line will begin at the Bright Hill Station, which is part of Phase One, and phase three will begin at a station at Jurong Lake District, which is from Phase Two, stretching all the way up to the Jurong Industrial Estate.

Constructed in three phases, 29-kilometre-long phase one of the CRL (CRL1) would consist of 12 stations, running from Aviation Park to Bright Hill. The first phase of the line comprises 12 stations from Aviation Park in Changi to Bright Hill in Sin Ming, with service set to begin in 2030.

Transportation Minister S Iswaran revealed the six stations that are part of CRL phase 2, covering a length of 15 km, including two that are inter-change stations with existing lines. According to LTA, these new stations will constitute the Phase II of CRL. For a complete list of CRL stations, including Phase One stations, check out here.

Travel times from The Lakegarden Residences and Jurong Lake District

Source: JLD

Construction works are expected to start in 2023, with stations expected to be opened by 2032. Construction on the CRL2 is expected to start in 2023, and the line is expected to open in 2032. That will be some time away, however, because the full Phase 2 line is expected to be completed in 2032.

Experience the Future of Innovation – Jurong Innovation District, Where Ideas Come to Life

Serviced by the 6 upcoming Jurong District Line stations, JID will be a high-value industrial area supporting an ecosystem of manufacturers, technology providers, researchers, and educational institutions, with Nanyang Technological University located nearby.

Map of the West Jurong Lake Distrct Jurong Innovation District Tuas Port

Source: URA

5 Things You Should Know About Jurong Innovation District

Located in the heart of Singapore, Jurong Innovation District (JID) is an advanced manufacturing hub that provides a new space for businesses to collaborate with technology partners and create next-generation business hubs.

JID provides manufacturers, technology providers and mobility urban solutions to create 1,200 new employment opportunities. It has also established itself as an industrial district and has attracted many looking manufacturing companies.

In addition to manufacturers and technology providers, JID also partners with researchers, education institutions and other providers to enhance research capabilities.

The district offers a variety of spaces for businesses to grow their operations; from co-working spaces and maker-spaces to workshops and laboratories.

Jurong Innovation District is set to transform Singapore’s industrial landscape and become a hub for advanced manufacturing. Working with centres of technology partners, the district aims to transform digitalisation, automation and develop optimised mobility options.

The district will also include R&D centres that will help the new district to thrive and transform its future into a smart estate masterplans. Punggol Digital District is another innovation hub in Singapore which was set up by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) and JTC Corporation with partners from Seoul, South Korea.

It offers co-working spaces for startups, factories for small businesses as well as training providers. The district also includes a range of other services such as community services, healthcare, lifestyle amenities and leisure facilities that can help entrepreneurs to grow their businesses in the manufacturing ecosystem.

Ecosystem of Jurong Innovation District

Source: JTC

Jurong Innovation District (JID) is Singapore’s advanced manufacturing hub and an integrated manufacturing approach with industry 4.0 i4.0 technologies that enable manufacturing companies to achieve higher levels of productivity and operational efficiency.

It is one of five industry transformation clusters set up by the government to support the growth of the city-state’s economy through innovation, research, and development.

The innovation district provides a comprehensive range of facilities for urban innovations, such as the Jurong Innovation Centre which serves as a platform for group innovation and starting major companies operations.

It also has advanced testing facilities such as STAR Labs that can help develop new competitive advantages through testing and prototyping of new products and services.

The JID campus also provides specialised support for prospective manufacturers in areas such as digitalisation, automation, robotics, 3D printing and more.

It has opened an Innovation Lab, which will serve as a platform for startups, research institutes and other partners to collaborate. Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore’s universities are also working with JID to strengthen Singapore’s position as an advanced manufacturing hub.

This will create better job opportunities for Singaporeans, enhance competitiveness in our manufacturing companies and enhance the attractiveness of the manufacturing industry.

Jurong Innovation District (JID) is Singapore’s advanced manufacturing hub, established to create a vibrant ecosystem of research, technology and innovation. JID provides access to full manufacturing value chain and links top tier students from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Polytechnic and other technology training providers.

Upcoming MRT Lines in Jurong Lake District

Source: LTA

Unlock the Wonders of Science – Singapore’s New World Class Science Centre Set to Open in 2027

The new science centre building at the Jurong Lake area is set to be completed by 2027, two years behind schedule, due to the disruptions and delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. In response to queries, the Science Centre’s board and Ministry of Education (MOE) said that extra time was being spent on conducting engineering studies aimed at making sure that the building is affordable.

New Look of the Science Centre in Jurong Lake District near The Lakegarden Residences by WingTai

Source: The Straits Times

The new center, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects in collaboration with Architects 61, will consist of five interlocking rectangular blocks, with big glass windows offering views of the lake, appearing to float over parkland and lake.

The existing science center will be transformed into a part of an entertaining lakeside village, with neighbouring residents expected to have new shopping, dining, and entertainment experiences, along with upscale hotels along the waterfront.

The new buildings will be located near Chinese Garden MRT Station, and are part of a Jurong Lake District development project set to transform the area in the next two or three decades.

Beyond Books and Learning – Jurong Library to Relocate to New Hub with Sports Centre and Transport Facilities

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) and National Library Board (NLB) said that Jurong Regional Library would relocate to an integrated transport hub in Jurong East, in 2028.

The Jurong East Bus Interchange will be moved from its current location from 6 December, in order to facilitate construction of the Jurong Region Line and Jurong East integrated transport hub, slated to be completed by 2027.

The Hub will incorporate office, retail, and housing buildings, as well as connecting commuters across the North-South, East-West and the Jurong Region Line, when it opens.

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Located at the centre of Jurong East, the integrated hub will also include a community club, sports center, office, and retail spaces, all within a 27-storey high-rise linked by a skybridge with an eight-storey-high plinth in a one-stop integrated centre.

Since 2008, when it unveiled its blueprint for Jurong Lake district, the area around the MRT station has become a bustling commercial hub, with a critical mass of mixed-use developments.

Construction of Jurong East Integrated Transport Hub to commence in Q2. Part of the redevelopment plans for Jurong Lake District

Source: CNA

Exciting Developments in Store – Large Sale Site in Jurong Lake District Earmarked for Mixed-Use Project

To jumpstart the next stage of Jurong Lake District transformation, the Singapore government will make available, through Confirmed List of 1H2023, a 6.8-hectare White Site within the Precinct to sell to a Master Developer.

Jurong Lake District site are likely to draw strong bid interest, said Mr Lam Chorn Woon, noting they also show the governments intent to provide developers with more hands in adaptations to market needs and needs.

Plans to develop the Jurong Lake district, which is envisaged to become Singapore’s largest commercial area outside of the city center, were announced in 2019. To ensure the city-states tourism landscape continues to provide a consistent pipeline of high-quality, compelling new attractions, Singapore is expanding its tourism offerings to the Jurong Lake District, Singapore’s largest business district outside of the core.

As the areas first big-ticket attractions and cluster of hotels, the development will enjoy the advantage of being first-mover status within Jurong Lake District, to showcase endless possibilities and attract visitors worldwide.

The area around Jurong Town Hall MRT Station will also have a greater mix of uses, catering to a thriving technology community. The Jurong Entertainment Center is also set to undergo an overhaul next year.

The Jurong Gateway Precinct will become a major business hub, and the Lakeside Precinct will become a world-class entertainment destination for both residents and tourists.

Jurong Lake District GLS Location near the Lakegarden Residences

Source: Onemap

Discover the Beauty and Charm of Jurong – Exciting Plans to Develop the Area for Tourism

According to STB, Jurong Lake area will become a new focus for development over the next couple of decades, and Singapore has prioritised selling off sites in the area.  By the early 2030s, this area will be served by four main railway lines: the North-South, East-West, Jurong District, and Cross-Island lines.

Integrated Tourism Development in Jurong Lake District

Source: The Straits Times

The development is connected directly with the Jurong East MRT via East-West line, and benefits from its proximity to North-South, Cross-Island Line, and Jurong Region Line, providing easier connectivity with the development.

The tourist-oriented development will feature 300m-long waterfront with wide views of Jurong Lake Gardens, and is conveniently connected to the Chinese Garden MRT Station on the East-West Line, providing ease of connections to the North-South Line.

New attractions by the lakefront will be opening over the coming years: The 90-hectare Jurong Lake Garden, is Singapore’s 3rd National Garden, after Singapore Botanic Garden and Gardens by the Bay.

The new lifestyle and tourism centre is expected to feature a mixture of attractions, hotels, retail, food & beverage outlets and entertainment offerings — all geared towards technology, edutainment and resilience.

Planned as one of the largest lifestyle developments in Jurong Lake District, the project is a natural leisure destination expansion from the existing Jurong Gateway, which already comprises well-known entertainment & shopping destinations like JEM, Westgate, and the Genting Hotel.

The development of Jurong into a tourism destination is also part of a plan by the government to shift the perception amongst Singaporeans that Jurong is a distant, unaffordable, industrial estate, said STB chief executive officer Keith Tan, responding to media queries.

The site designated for tourism development is located at the junction of Boon Lay Way and Jurong Town Hall Road, near Chinese Garden MRT station and its new science centre.

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What is the monthly maintenance fees for The LakeGarden Residences?

Type Size (sqft) Number of Units Percentage Guide Price Estimated Maintenance Fees
1-Bedroom 491-552 4 2% tbc $400
1-Bedroom + Study 527 19 6% $400
2-Bedroom 529-678 76 24% $480
2-Bedroom + Study 775 19 6% $480
3-Bedroom 926-1012 39 13% $480 – $560
3-Bedroom + Study 1098-1238 74 24% $560 – $640
4-Bedroom Dual Key 1364 20 7% $560 – $640
4-Bedroom 1337 18 6% $560
5-Bedroom 1550 18 6% $640

What are the breakdown of unit types at The LakeGarden Residences?

Type Size (sqft) Number of Units Percentage Guide Price Estimated Maintenance Fees
1-Bedroom 491-552 4 2% tbc $400
1-Bedroom + Study 527 19 6% $400
2-Bedroom 529-678 76 24% $480
2-Bedroom + Study 775 19 6% $480
3-Bedroom 926-1012 39 13% $480 – $560
3-Bedroom + Study 1098-1238 74 24% $560 – $640
4-Bedroom Dual Key 1364 20 7% $560 – $640
4-Bedroom 1337 18 6% $560
5-Bedroom 1550 18 6% $640

What is the PSF for The LakeGarden Residences?

The PSF is from $1890psf.  Check out the Price List for more details.

What is the closest MRT Station to The LakeGarden Residences?

The LakeGarden Residences is 10mins walk to Lakeside MRT and there is 1-year free condo shuttle bus to the station.

What is the building height of The LakeGarden Residences?

The building height is 19 storeys.

How many blocks does The LakeGarden Residences have?

The LakeGarden Residences will have 2 tower blocks.

What is the plot ratio of The LakeGarden Residences?

The plot ratio is 2.1

Where to get floor plans for The LakeGarden Residences?

The floor plans can be found in the Floor Plan section.

Where can I find the The LakeGarden Residences site plan?

You can view the Site Plan here.


  • Only 306 exclusive residences, mostly overlooking Jurong Lake Gardens
  • 1 to 5-Bedrooms
  • Doorstep to Jurong Lake Gardens
  • 10 mins’ walk to Lakeside MRT
  • 1 MRT stops to Jurong Point
  • 2 MRT stops to 2nd CBD in Jurong East
  • 5 MRT stops to Buona Vista Interchange, one-north

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