FACT SHEET AT A GLANCE
|Project Name||Terra Hill (顶丽峰）|
|District||District 05（Buona Vista/West Coast/Clementi）|
|Total Number of Units||270 units|
|Address||Yew Siang Road in Location Map|
|Unit Types||2 to 5-bedrooms|
|Land Bid||$1318psf ppr|
|Developer||Hoi Hup Realty Pte Ltd and Sunway Group|
|Description||REGULARIZATION OF GFA AND PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO APPROVED RESIDENTIAL FLAT DEVELOPMENT COMPRISING 9 BLOCKS OF 5-STOREY BUILDING (TOTAL 270 UNITS) WITH ATTIC, 1 LEVEL OF BASEMENT CARPARK, SWIMMING POOL AND COMMUNAL FACILITIES ON LOT 02062L MK 03 AT YEW SIANG ROAD (QUEENSTOWN PLANNING AREA)|
|CONQUAS Score||Band 1|
|Housing Developer’s License No.||C1435|
|Expected Date of TOP/Vacant Possession||Q3-2026 / 9 January 2028|
|Expected Date of Legal Completion||9 January 2031|
|Expected Date of Preview||Showflat opening from 10th February 2023
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Journeying through Transformation and Tranquility: A Scenic Vista Above the Terrain
Terra Hill is located in Yew Siang Road, off Pasir Panjang. Pasir Panjang gets it is name from long sandy beaches in the Malay language, because this was once the stretch of sandy beach stretching from what is now the Labrador Park, all the way up to where the Clementi-West Coast Road intersection is.
A vast range of amenities, like West Coast Plaza, Clementi Mall, Vivo City and Harbourfront Centre. It is walking 3-minutes walk to the nearby MRT, has bus stops, 10-minutes to VivoCity, a 15-minute drive to the CBD and walking distance to Kent Ridge Park.
Sited with close proximity to Hort Park, comprising various parks such as Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, Kent Ridge Park and the Labrador Reserve.
Educational facilities are also well-established in Pasir Panjang, with a large number of established primary and secondary schools, as well as colleges and universities located nearby- ranging from Japanese schools, Nan Hua primary and high schools, Anglo-Chinese schools (independent) and junior colleges; to United World Colleges in Southeast Asia and National University of Singapore.
Total Rejuvenation at Terra Hill: Nourish Your Mind, Body & Soul
Terra Hill consists of 9 residential blocks that are designed to be bright and airy, providing approximately 270 apartments in a mix of two to five-bedroom units. With a huge land size boosting over 208,000sqft, you will enjoy an extensive range of facilities at Terra Hill.
Terra Hill‘s unique hillside location offers you with a tranquil environment that provides an oasis away from the rush of urban living. Coupled with unmatched elevated views of the 47 hectares Kent Ridge Park, you are just a short walk in approximately 350m or 3-minutes, to Pasir Panjang MRT, food centre and its convenience-filled shops.
Serene Escapes: Unveiling Kent Ridge Park – A Leisurely Stroll from Terra Hill
Hoi Hup & Sunway Group is pleased to announce Terra Hill – a luxury residence located in the exclusive residential enclave of Yew Siang Road, Pasir Panjang. Conveniently located in the quieter end of Pasir Panjang, just minutes away from Pasir Panjang MRT, Terra Hill is a Freehold residential development designed with easy access to amenities and public transportation.
Situated on the hills, you will enjoy the serenity of elevated living with a view of the sea and the greenery of Kent Ridge Park.
Nature is the purest portal to inner-peace
Embrace Serenity: Explore the Natural Beauty of Terra Hill
For nature lovers, popular recreation and leisure spots such as the wonders and serenity of Kent Ridge Park is practically at your doorstep. The nearby Southern Ridges links many of Singapore’s most impressive and popular nature spots, from Labrador Nature Reserve, Mount Faber and Hort Park are minutes drive from Terra Hill.
Nature’s Beauty Unveiled: Wander Along Henderson Waves for a Scenic Stroll
The Henderson Waves Pedestrian Bridge rises out of the picturesque site off Mount Faber, rising about 284 metres over Henderson Road. The entire length of Henderson Waves, has a height of a seven-story apartment building.
The bridge resembles a waves shape, with the height being 118 feet over the roadway, making this a star-like sight. Its roof and sides are covered with a cladding of yellow balau timber, found only in Southeast Asia, perfectly in line with the undulating form of the bridges primary structure. The bridge was designed in one shape, comprising seven undulating steel curves composed of beams, which are themselves raised up above and below the deck.
The bridge is a part of the Southern Bridge Trail, considered to be Singapore’s most versatile landmark. The waves from the Henderson bridge combine to form seven unique arches, which is a great way to take in views over the whole of Singapore. The Henderson Bridge is also a popular photo-op spot for married couples, posing for photos with a scenic skyline as their backdrop.
During the day, the bridge looks as though it is simulating the waves of an ocean, while at night, it looks like a giant, suspended, shining millipede. People visit for panoramic views over the city-state of Singapore, harbour, and southern islands, and birdwatchers take the Henderson Waves for the different birds you might spot in the surrounding canopy.
It is not surprising that the bridge offers the best views of Singapore’s sunsets and sunrises.
Sentosa: Your Ultimate Family Lifestyle Destination – Endless Fun and Adventure Await!
Sentosa is a 1,236-acre island resort off Singapore’s southern coast, which is the location of key tourism attractions such as Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. The island is within minutes by cable-car, car, bike, or foot via the garden-themed promenade.
Once on Sentosa, transport to the attractions is complimentary using the Beach Tram, Buses & Monorail. With facilities like an underground parking garage and a powerful in-house transit network consisting of convenient buses and beach trams, you will always have easy connections between attractions and various parts of the island. A network of walking and hiking trails meanders around the islands beaches and into the forests of Sentosa and there are a number of great restaurants and bars, many located in Sentosa Cove, home to a marina filled with super-yachts.
Full of theme parks, beaches, luxurious resorts, and other distractions, it is Singapore’s main staycation island, and is one of the most popular destinations in the city among international tourists. At the eastern end of Sentosa is Sentosa Cove, Singapore’s most luxurious residential area, where prices start at $10 million for a humble bungalow and rise to the stratosphere. The W Singapore and Residences, alongside ONE°15 Marina at Sentosa Cove and 40,000sqft Quayside Isle, provides an airy commercial-dining complex.
Resorts World Sentosa exudes a relaxing resort-style experience, featuring scenic views of beaches and dense tropical forests, and includes an array of hotels, shops, casino, and attractions such as Universal Studios and the S.E.A. Resorts World Sentosa (RWS), the ultimate destination lifestyle resort in Asia, is located on the island of Sentosa in Singapore.
Over its history, Sentosa has transformed into a beloved island resort, known best for its tropical beaches, luxury hotels, and thrilling attractions.
Mapletree Business City: Elevate Your Business in a World-Class Destination
Completed in 2016, Mapletree Business City is one of Singapore’s largest Grade-A office, with lettable area of approximately 268,000sqm.
Built upon a framework, a central leafy garden is divided into multiple levels, and a high-rise skywalk links each building, while the canopies pass over trees, offering filtered views to a vast enclosed green park beneath.
District 5 also has a range of commercial and industrial properties surrounding the Clementi MRT, in Star Vista and One North. Just two stations from the Labrador Park MRT is the bustling Harbourfront precinct, an emerging commercial and entertainment waterfront centre, home to VivoCity, the iconic Singapore shopping destination. Labrador MRT is just a nice five minute’s walk using sheltered walkways to the Mapletree Business City, PSA Buildings, and the ARC Retail Center in Alexandra, which are all connected and just steps from this commercial park.
Creating an seamlessly connected work, entertainment, and lifestyle hub, the MBC offers an elaborately planned work-play environment, perfect for companies looking to place offices near MRT.
Recreational programs, such as fully-functional sports facilities, from footsal courts, basketball courts, outdoor fitness stations, and running tracks — all connecting with Kent Ridge Park — as well as the eco-pond, which is filtering with sand, providing healthy ecology to the different aquatic plants and fishes, will ensure that Mapletree Business City II is a one-stop shop environment, ensuring that it is an exclusive living, working and playing environment. The environmental-sustainable design and features of MBC has also won a number of prestigious local and international awards.
Terra Hill is ideal for residents looking for an active place that has work-play spaces.
Terra Hill: Timeless Family Living Redefined
Coupled with quality education hub located close by, parents will appreciate the plethora of education institutions such as the National University of Singapore, United World Collage, Anglo-Chinese (Independent) and The Japanese School. Terra Hill will be a desirable project for own stay as well as for investment.
Seamless Connectivity: Terra Hill’s Close Proximity to Circle Line MRT
Terra Hill is just 3 MRT stops to Harbourfront & Vivo City, the largest shopping mall in Singapore and offers easy access to the East Coast Parkway (ECP) and Central Expressway (CTE) for those who love driving.
- 4 mins’ drive to National University of Singapore
- 6 mins drive to United World College
- 9 mins’ drive to The Japanese School
- 7 mins’ drive to Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
- 9 mins’ drive to Nan Hua Primary
Unveiling the Refreshing Transformation around Terra Hill!
Pasir Panjang and its surroundings have seen dramatic changes since 2013. Within close proximity, there has been world-class research centres and business parks sprouting out to support Singapore’s research and development (R&D), high-technology and digital industries.
- 2 mins’ drive to Mapletree Business City
- 3 mins’ drive to Singapore Science Park
- 5 mins’ drive to one-north
- 6 mins’ drive to VivoCity
- 12 mins’ drive to CBD
Greater One-North: Unleashing the Power of Innovation!
one-north is a 200-hectare commercial park in Singapore that houses research and high-tech activities in the fields of biomedical sciences, information communication technologies (ICT), and media. one-north was planned and developed as Singapore’s Knowledge-based Industrial Estate, housing high-tech businesses and research institutes in the fields of biomedical sciences, information communications, and media.
As Singapore sought to climb up the global value chain, shifting its economic growth away from labour-intensive industries to those that are technologically and knowledge-intensive.
First conceptualised in 1991, one-north is a keystone in the government’s plans to push Singapore into the frontline of science and technology, especially the emerging biomedical sciences.
one-north was formally launched in 2001 by former deputy prime minister Tony Tan Keng Yam, based on creating a global centre for talent and knowledge-based economy. The one-north location takes advantage of a convenient transit node in Buona Vista, as well as its proximity to education and research institutions, including the National University of Singapore and the Singapore Polytechnic.
one-north, whose masterplan was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, is close to educational and research institutions such as National University of Singapore (NUS), INSEAD, and the Singapore Science Parks.
In addition, the Singapore Science Park I & II (which is a part of Greater one-north Community) are some of Asia’s most prestigious destinations for biomedical, R&D, and technological developments.
The Dover Knowledge District is a continuation of Greater one-north, which will be developed to increase synergy among nearby corporate parks, academic institutions, and research facilities.
With National University of Singapore (NUS) as part of its plans, the Dover Knowledge District will aim to provide dynamic integrated spaces that will generate new and exciting employment and learning opportunities that support the long-term economic growth of Singapore.
To provide a balance to the working and living lives, one-north also boasts an array of restaurants, recreation, and recreational facilities in its main development, while in its larger footprint, 2 shopping centres are also located, along with residential options including serviced apartments, condos, and hotels.
Spread over 2 buildings, Lyf one-north Singapore’s 324-unit development comprises of a hotel, serviced apartments, and co-living services.
Biopolis, which occupies 30 ha within one-north, is intended to become a research and development center for information communications technologies, media, and the physical sciences and engineering sectors. It houses a variety of R&D organization, hi-tech companies, government agencies, retail outlets, and service apartments all at the same place.
Fusionopolis is home to Singapore Government Office of Media Development and its Science, Technology, and Research Agency, as well as media, IT, and science research companies.
Boosted by the parks great transportation links, Terra Hill would appeal to those working in the area as well as others from other key business and industrial centres across Singapore.
Wessex Estate is part of the plans of the JTC Corporation to attract creative sector workers to live and work in one-north. Besides being the science hub, as first described, the government’s goal with one-north is to build a community for Singaporeans to come together and live, work, and chill.
From cancer research, nanotechnology computation, and visual effects artists work in Hollywood blockbusters, the sheer volume of talent and brainpower concentrated in this one-north is certainly staggering.
With proximity to major research and higher education institutions, as well as the technology start-up community of Singapore, Greater one-north has served the needs of companies such as DSO National Laboratories (DSO) , TÜV SÜD PSB, AT&T, Institute of Microelectronics, Crimson Logic, and others.
Embarking on the Next Chapter: Unveiling Singapore’s Greater Southern Waterfront
From Marina South to Pasir Panjang, the waterfront is one of Singapore’s most ambitious redevelopment projects ever. The plans for the Greater Southern Waterfront was first announced in 2013, and will transform about 2,000ha of land, six times the size of Marina Bay into an exciting waterfront district. Terra Hill will be home at the front-row seat as this exciting new city unveils.
6 New Plans outlined by the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore for the new waterfront district*
1) UNIQUE WATERFRONT DISTRICTS
The existing PSA ports will be relocated to Tuas to open up more land to develop exciting live-work-play concept along the new waterfront. With unique seafront characteristics and lifestyle, Pasir Panjang will soon be doorstep to a developing new district that will in turn enhance the value of Terra Hill.
2) NATURE & RECREATION AREAS
Expanded green corridors will be created to connect existing nature parks. An eco-corridor could also link Gardens by the Bay to the Rail Corridor and Southern Ridges and beyond, creating an island-wide green network.
3) THE NEW CITY CENTRE
The existing CBD in Raffles Place and Tanjong Pagar, Marina Bay Financial Centre and surrounding housing and businesses will be seamlessly integrated with the Greater Southern Waterfront, to form a new world-class waterfront city.
4) MAXIMISING WATER RESOURCES
A new reservoir will be created to complement Marina Barrage to increase our water supply. A network of canals weaving through the Greater Southern Waterfront, will bring people closer to the waterfront.
5) A SEAMLESS WATERFRONT PROMENADE
Enjoy a continuous 30km waterfront promenade that stretches from Labrador and Harbourfront, all the way to Marina South and Gardens by the Bay.
6) MORE SPACES THAT EVERYONE TO ENJOY
The Central Linear Park in Marina Bay could be extended to Keppel Channel. You could stroll, jog and enjoy the views of Pulau Brani at a distance. A radically new car-free pedestrian project could also branch out from the Central Linear Park, to enhance the vibrancy of the waterfront lifestyle.
Pasir Panjang Power District: Where Waterfront Living Meets the Future – The First GSW Project
Supported by the Singapore Land Authority (SLA), the Singapore Land Authority (SLA) is looking for innovative proposals to develop Pasir Panjang as a signature lifestyle destination in the next 15-20 years. The contest, “Powering Up Pasir Panjang”, conducted between April and June 2019, was for ideas on a conceptual masterplan that would drive regeneration across the entire area, as well as ways of repurposing the Powerhouse, whilst celebrating its heritage. Another winning idea, which received special mention, was an idea that would turn the A-power station into a creative hub, along with housing and hotel uses.
The master plan must incorporate ideas for the revival of Power Station buildings (Power Stations A and B, as well as associated buildings and structures) and surrounding open space, while also considering the sites waterfront setting, industrial heritage, and proximity to adjacent Labrador Wildlife Refuge. These connected pathways will link with an ongoing waterfront promenade, with such a connection route comprising lung-like vegetation, like a future Pasir Panjang linear park connecting the Labrador Nature Reserve to the West Coast Park, via the working port of Pasir Panjang and the Power Zone.
Flats and working studios for people from creative industries and arts, roof garden areas, and expansions to parks and green spaces are some of the ideas proposed for transforming the aging Pasir Panjang Power District on the south coast of Singapore.
As part of a governments plans to redevelop the Greater Southern Waterfront, towers of former theme parks, farms and aging commercial containers are to be used for building the towers as part of a push to revamp the Pasir Panjang Power District.
It outlines that prospective developers must use existing open spaces in Singapore’s 15-hectare Pasir Panjang Power District, whilst preserving its existing structures and heritage, that public spaces around the area and along the waterfront would be open to the public, and that the district would link into the forthcoming Greater South Waterfront Network, which runs from Pasir Panjang to Marina East.
The decommissioned Power House in Pasir Panjang was built over the course of the 1950s and 60s to provide the then-booming electrical needs of Singapore, and its buildings reflect the early industrial history of Singapore as well as architecture from that time. They were finally retired in the mid-1980s and the late 1990s, when cleaner, state-of-the-art plants were built.
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) and the Singapore Land Authority (SLA) are looking for proposals that will turn the Power District into a waterfront lifestyle destination, whilst also celebrating its unique industrial heritage.
Underground Powering the Future: South-East Asia’s First Large-Scale Substation in Labrador
Singapore Power will build the largest substation in South-East Asia, under-ground, in Labrador, in an effort to optimize space for Singapore’s land development. The power station is expected to be completed by 2024, serving electricity needs for Alexandra, Clementi, Keppel, Pasir Panjang, and Science Park District. The substation is scheduled for completion in 2024.
In terms of making maximum use of underground space, setting up Singapore’s first 230kV underground substation will free up 3ha of land above ground, which is about the size of three football fields.
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) told The Business Times the substation will be integrated with a 34-storey development, which is one part of the Greater Southern Waterfront project.
GSW Housing Development: Keppel Club to Bloom with 9,000 HDB Flats and Private Homes
A 48-hectare site, known as the Keppel Club, will be transformed into a new housing estate comprising 9,000 residential units. Of these, around 6,000 units will be private housing projects while the remaining 3,000 units will be public housing flats. This is part of an urban redevelopment plan by the Housing and Development Board (HDB) and Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).
This new residential development is set to become an integral part of Singapore’s upcoming Greater Southern Waterfront (GSW). With this new development comes the promise of more waterfront homes and better quality living environments for many Singaporeans who can benefit from it.
Keppel Club site will link up with Pasir Panjang Power Station and other developments along the coast to create a “unique waterfront living experience”. The project is expected to be completed in 20 years’ time. The Keppel Club site is located close to Labrador Park MRT Station and Pasir Panjang Power District.
The plum Keppel Club site is part of a larger redevelopment effort for Singapore’s Telok Blangah area. As such, this project will not only provide much needed housing in the area but also help develop an attractive waterfront district with many amenities available close by.
Reviving History: St James Power Station and its Reimagining within the Greater Southern Waterfront
In partnership with local firm Mapletree Investments, St James Power Station Restoration is set to re-establish the landmark site as part of an imminent Great South Waterfront development.
St. James Power Station is now used as a corporate headquarters by tech firm Dyson, as well as being the location for heritage trails and gallery tours dedicated to the history of the Port and Industrials in Singapore. Technology firm Dyson has secured a new world headquarters building in Singapore in historic St James Power Station, Singapore, as it looks to boost its presence in the city-state.
The colonial-era power station fits with electrical appliances giant Dysons architectural philosophies, says its Global Estate Director Jasper Hazel. Singapore has a lot of shiny high-rises that house fancy offices, but a colonial-era power station is the first choice for the global headquarters of electric appliances giant Dyson because founder James Dyson wanted an inspiring location. While Dyson is known for its super-modern machines, he says, he appreciates design and heritage too.
Dyson, an electric appliances giant, is looking to bring a number of eco-friendly architectural features – like its use of cross-laminated timbers and energy-efficient lighting – over from its Colonial-era plant to the St James power station.
The power station ticks these boxes, considering that it was gazetted in 2009 as a National Monument, boasting signature architectural features like its red-brick exterior, complete with windows along its length, and its distinctive chimney. While the building is no longer producing power, it remains a standing memorial to the islands modernisation and urban growth in the colonial era.
St James Power Station was designed by Alexander Esme Gordon and Preece, together with Cardew & Rider, based on Edwardian architecture, which was quite popular during the reign of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom.
Labrador: The Fusion of Technology and Lifestyle in the Greater Southern Waterfront
Labrador precinct is set to become the new icon with technology hub and lifestyle options – Labrador Tower, is a Grade-A office building integrated with Labrador MRT.
The project offers commanding views, flexible floor plans, premium finishes, and advanced building management systems. Labrador Tower is located next to Labrador MRT and sited right above South-East Asia’s largest underground substation.
Both the substation and the 34-storey Labrador Tower are scheduled for completion by 2024. The following year, the Pasir Panjang district is set to be developed into an historic powerhouse.
The inclusion of shops, restaurants, and recreation centres will further develop the area around Labrador Park into an attractive retail and culinary destination for both Terra Hill residents and tourists.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the monthly maintenance fees for Terra Hill?
The monthly maintenance fees is to be announced.
What are the breakdown of unit types at Terra Hill?
|Unit Type||Size (sqft)||Number of Units|
|2-bedroom & 2+Study||624-807||70|
What is the closest MRT Station to Terra Hill?
Terra Hill is 4mins walk to Pasir Panjang MRT.
What is the building height of Terra Hill?
The building height is 5 storeys.
How many blocks does Terra Hill have?
Terra Hill will have 9 tower blocks.
What is the plot ratio of Terra Hill?
The plot ratio is 1.4
Where to get floor plans for Terra Hill?
The floor plans can be found in the Floor Plan section.
Where can I find the Terra Hill site plan?
You can view the Site Plan here.
How many side gates are there in Terra Hill?
There are 2 side gates with direct access to Kent Ridge Park and Yew Siang Road to wards the Pasir Panjang MRT Station.
Are there penthouses in Terra Hill?
Yes. There are penthouses with varying size and with or without private lift lobby. Do check out the Signature and Prestige floor plan here.
Is there energy saving provision in Terra Hill?
Yes there are and Terra Hill has been awarded BCA’s Green Mark Platinum Super Low Energy.
What are the car park and EV parking lot provision in Terra Hill?
There are 100% car park provision (270lots for 270 units with 4 accessible lots) and 4 EV parking lots with 14 passive EC parking lots.
- 2 to 5-bedroom in the floor plan collection
- Luxuriate on high ground, by the sea, by the park
- Freehold development
- 5-8minutes walk to nearby F&B and Pasir Panjang Hawker Centre
- Reputable schools such as NUS, Nan Hua Primary School
- 9 mins’ walk to Labrador Park
- 3 MRT stops to Harbour Front Interchange
- 4 MRT stops to Outram Park Interchange and be connected to Triple Line MRT Stations
- 7 MRT stops to Marina Bay