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Twin VEW

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Project NameTwin VEW 庭.维苑
Address91 West Coast Vale Singapore 126755
93 West Coast Vale Singapore 126756
DeveloperCSC Land Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Tenure of Land99 years from 15 May 2017
Site AreaApprox. 16,378 sqm
No. of Apartments and Shop520 units and 2 shops
Towers and Storey2 towers of
36-storey with 1 childcare centre
Car ParkTwo basement carparks with not less than 520 lots for
FacilitiesRecreational Facilities on e-Deck & Sky
Main ContractorChina Construction (South Pacific) Development
Company Pte Ltd
ArchitectP&T Consultants Pte Ltd
Landscape ConsultantEcoplan Asia Pte Ltd
SolicitorsDentons Rodyk & Davidson LLP

TypesAreaNo. of units
1 bedroom484 sq ft34 units
1-bedroom + Study570 sq ft35 units
2-bedroom710 - 743 sq ft137 units
2-bedroom + Study818 sq ft34 units
3-bedroom Executive904 sq ft34 units
3-bedroom Deluxe1055 – 1066 sq ft69 units
3-bedroom + Study1141 -1184 sq ft68 units
4-bedroom Executive1238 - 1249 s qft35 units
4-bedroom + Study1378 sq ft34 units
4-bedroom Deluxe1518 sq ft34 units
Penthouse1442 - 2088 sq ft6 units
Shops549 & 560 sq ft2 units

Exquisite Homes, Inspired by Mother Nature

Twin VEW is an architectural scenography, reflecting the lifestyle of riverside living. Its design is drawn from the inspiration of rice terraces, cascading waters and river valleys. This development benefits from the attributes of being located in between two cities – the Central CBD and Singapore’s Second CBD – Jurong Lake District (JLD), heralding a new era of work-play-live right next door to home. Twin VEW is your exquisite home crafted from the inspiration of Mother Nature.

Architectural and Landscape Insights

Twin VEW has two modern 36-storey towers in clean lines and generous use of glass fenestration, shaped up a timeless and chic architecture by the river edge amidst lush greenery. These high-rise towers are north-south orientated, maximising residents’ views towards Pandan Reservoir and reduces the western sun exposure. The towers with high volume lobbies are elevated to offer optimum spaces for landscaping and recreational facilities. Within the landscape spaces are calming cascading contours inspired by rice paddy fields where Twin VEW offers its residents endless indulgence of wellness and relaxation. Just to name a few, the rejuvenating swimming pool, gymnasium, dining pavilions and the dining villas are well positioned towards the splendid Pandan River, capturing precious moments of residents and their time shared with loved ones. Lifting more than 36 storey, the sky decks in the 2 towers are designed to offer Pandan Reservoir as a breathtaking backdrop to its residents for their parties and fitness.

Why Name Twin VEW?

The name Twin VEW is greatly influenced by the inspirational landscape that was meticulously designed against the topography characteristics of the land. Drawing inspiration from Mother Nature, the word ‘VEW’ derives from the three main elements of nature;

Variety – Unique Cascading Contours
Earth – Where a Lush Botany within evolved
Water – The development is embraced by waterscape

‘Twin’ describe the 2 spectacular orientations – North and South views of the towers. ‘Twin’ also coincides that the development has 2 elegant towers, with sights to behold.


Twin VEW Developer

CSC Land Group a future-ready property developer with a rich parentage of China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC), the world’s largest Investment and Construction Conglomerate, ranked 24th on Global Fortune 500 Enterprises. In China, 1 in every 25 people lives in quality home built by CSCEC.

The heritage had been extended to Singapore since 1992, in capacity of China Construction (S.P.) Development Co Pte Ltd (CCDC), which is one of the most awarded A1 builders registered with Building Construction Authority (BCA). Over these years, CCDC has received tremendous growth with successful acquisitions and has completed a significant number of projects.

To-date, CCDC has received 119 awards and accolades along the way, which demonstrated ahigh degree of acceptance and recognition by the industry. CCDC is honored to be presented the Built Environment Leadership Award, the highest recognition in Singapore for excellence and leadership in shaping a safe, high quality, sustainable and friendly built environment. In addition, CCDC also received BCA Quality Excellence Award for 4 consecutive years from 2014 – 2017 to acknowledge consistency of delivering high quality products.

Some completed and prominent projects of CCDC include:

A. Private Residential Projects
(77 projects, 24,931 units, 9.89% of total private residential in Singapore)
– Botanique @ Bartley
– St Patrick
– Katong Regency
– Double Bay Residences
– Duchess Residences
– Twin Fountains
– Soleil @ Sinaran
– Azure at Sentosa Cove
– Lake Grande
– The Estuary
– Waterfall Gardens
– eCO
– Seahill
– Hillsta
– Silversea
– Cyan
– The Shore
– Boulevard Vue
– Jardin
– The Clift
– 18 Woodsville
– High Park Residences
– The Beacon
– Riviera 38

BCA Ranking, Singapore TOP 10 Contractor.


Twin VEW Location



Twin VEW Site Plan

Landscape Deck

Arrival Zone

1. The Foliage Drive
2. The Waterfall
3. Guard House
4. Drop Off
5. Arrival Court
6. Grand Court
7. Side Gate

Family Zone

8. Tennis Court
9. Herb Garden
10. Mist Garden
11. Meditation Deck
12. Forest Cabana
13. Forest Lounge
14. Garden Swing
15. Alfresco Lounge
16. Hammock Garden
17. Tree House Dining Lounge
18. The Lantern Walk
19. The Flower Garden
20. Reflexology Path
21. Kid’s Pool with Bubble Jet
22. 50m Pool
23. Massage Jet
24. Water Bed
25. Sun Deck
26. Poolside Cabana
27. Putting Green

Club VEW

28. River View Gymnasium
29. Viewing Pavilion
30. Dining Pavilion
31. Function Pavilion
32. Forest Club Room

Interactive Zone

33. Kid’s Party Pavilion
34. Water Play
35. Trampoline Pod
36. Playground
37. Adventure Play
38. Riverfront Dining Villa with Jet Pool
39. Waterfront Dining Villa with Jet Pool
40. Riverfront BBQ Pavilion
41. Riverfront Trail

Exclusive Zone

42. Co-Working Space
43. Study Alcove
44. Reading Lounge
45. The Retreat
46. View Out Pavilion


47. Shower and Steam Room
48. Toilet


49. Childcare Centre
(near main entrance)
50. Two Shops units
(near main entrance)

Sky Terraces

Sky Wellness (Tower 91)

51. Cabana Lounge
52. Sky Fitness
53. Meditation Alcove
54. Reflexology Walk

Sky Garden (Tower 93)

55. Sky Grill
56. Sky Dining
57. Chess Garden
58. Viewing Lounge
59. Garden Walk
60. Stargazing Corner


Twin VEW 1 Bedroom

Twin VEW 2 Bedroom

Twin VEW 3 BedroomTwin VEW 4 Bedroom


Twin VEW Arrival Area

Twin VEW Top View

Twin VEW Living Room



Twin VEW Jurong 2nd CBD

Industrial Character of Jurong

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

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.

Jurong Gateway
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.

New MRT Lines
Cross Island Line (CRL) and Jurong Regional Lilne (JRL)

The CRL will be an important part of the MRT network – providing a faster commute between the east and the west. The CRL will be about 50km in length and is targeted to complete around 2030. When completed, CRL which starts from Changi, passing through Loyang, Pasir Ris, Hougang, Ang Mo Kio, Bukit Timah, Clementi, West Coast and Jurong, is expected to have a daily ridership of at least 600,000 commuters. It will connect all existing radial MRT lines with close to half of the 30-plus CRL stations being interchange stations.

Besides relieving the load on several of the existing MRT lines, the CRL will also provide commuters with many more travel routes to get to their destinations, bring about greater comfort to commuters and shorten journey times.

JRL will serve residents of Choa Chu Kang, Boon Lay and the future developments in the Tengah area. It will connect to main activity nodes in Jurong West, such as Nanyang Technological University, the Jurong Industrial estate, including Jurong Island and the future Jurong Gateway. Commuters in the North will also be able to enter the Jurong region directly via the JRL, without having to interchange at the heavily-used Jurong East interchange.

The planned JRL could be extended southwards to join the Circle Line at Haw Par Villa station. JRL is estimated
to be ready by 2025, while the extension – if found to be feasible – will be completed by 2030.


Upcoming Potential
Strategically located in between central CBD and the 2nd CBD Jurong Lake District
ii) Myriad of investment opportunities
• High Speed Rail (HSR) to open new markets and opportunities in a metropolitan of more than 10 million people.
• Potential connectivity from HSR Terminus to Changi Airport.
• Close proximity to high-value industries, future Tuas mega port and two world class universities.
• JLD to create additional 10,000 new homes, 20,000 new jobs and an expected 9 million sqft of office space.
• The new MOT-LTA Building slated for completion after 2020 will be a new integrated complex at the Jurong East MRT station. It will accommodate more than the current 6000 employees.

Location and Amenities
iii) Seamless Connectivity to other parts of the island and Malaysia
• Well connected to major expressways and arterial roads like Jurong Town Hall Road, West Coast Highway and Ayer Rajah Expressway.
• Minutes to nearest MRT stations such as Clementi MRT, Jurong East MRT.
• New MRT Lines
It was announced in August 2015 that LTA is studying a possible extension of the planned Jurong Region Line (JRL) to connect to the Circle Line (CCL), to improve rail connectivity between the western parts of Singapore and the city centre. This will also support future developments in the west and enhance the overall resilience of the rail network. LTA is studying the extension of the JRL to the CCL through a West Coast Extension (WCE).

The Cross Island Line (CRL) will be about 50km in length and is targeted to complete around 2030. When completed, the CRL which starts from Changi, passing through Loyang, Pasir Ris, Hougang, Ang Mo Kio, Bukit Timah, Clementi, West Coast and Jurong, is expected to have a daily ridership of at least 600,000 commuters. This will place the CRL higher, in terms of capacity and usage, compared to the North East Line.
• Close Proximity to upcoming HSR Terminus which links Singapore to Kuala Lumpur in 90 mins
iv) Surrounded by reputable educational institutions (Local and international schools)
Primary Schools
Nan Hua Primary School
Qifa Primary School
Pei Tong Primary School
Clementi Primary School
Fairfield Methodist School (Primary)

Secondary Schools
Commonwealth Secondary School
Tanglin Secondary School
Clementi Town Secondary School
Nan Hua High School
Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary)

Tertiary Institution
National University of Singapore
NUS High School of Mathematics and Science
Singapore Polytechnic

International Schools
Japanese Kindergarten
The Japanese Secondary School
The Japanese Primary School
United World College of SEA (Dover Campus)
Canadian International School (Lakeside Campus)

v) Abundance of Amenities nearby
• Retail – Clementi Mall, JCube, JEM, BigBox
• Hawker/ Market – Teban Gardens Road Market and Food Centre/ Ayer Rajah

Food Centre/ Clementi Market and Food Centre
• Parks – West Coast Park/ Clementi Woods Park/ Jurong Lake Garden/ Sungei Pandan park connector
• Healthcare – Ng Teng Fong Hospital/ Jurong Community Hospital.


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