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One-North Eden: First condo launch in Singapore’s ‘Silicon Valley’ in 14 years

Previews for TID’s mixed-use development begin this weekend, with bookings commencing on Apr 24 when the project is launched.

One-North Eden: First condo launch in Singapore’s ‘Silicon Valley’ in 14 years

One-North Eden, a mixed-use property development by TID. (Photo: TID)

Since its conceptualisation, the One-North hub has emerged as Singapore’s Silicon Valley, a technology enclave with top-tier companies.

Residential options within the area, however, have been few and far between. TID’s upcoming mixed-use development, One-North Eden, has thus attracted strong interest ahead of its launch. 

With previews for the property starting this Saturday (Apr 10) and bookings commencing Apr 24, here are four facts you need to know about One-North Eden.


One-North Eden is the first residential launch in the technology enclave since 2007, the year that One-North Residences and The Rochester were launched.

The 99-year leasehold project is developed by TID Pte Ltd, a joint venture between Singapore property company Hong Leong Holdings Limited (HLHL) and Mitsui Fudosan, Japan’s largest real estate developer.

It’s situated between One-North Gateway and Slims Barracks Rise, a five-minute walk to Buona Vista and One-North MRT stations. For families, surrounding schools include Fairfield Methodist Primary and Secondary School, Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Anglo-Chinese Junior College, National University of Singapore and more.


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As with all the latest property launches, One-North Eden’s design is inspired by nature. The folks behind the design are Singapore firm P&T Consultants and Japanese firm Hoshino Architects, and award-winning luxury interior designer SuMisura.

The cascading waterfall at the lobby conveys a restful sense of tranquility. (Photo: TID)

There are two towers with a total of 165 residential units. Key features include a cascading waterfall at the courtyard, surrounded by lush landscape. Other facilities include a 50m lap pool, kid’s pool, cantilevered gym, clubhouse, visual sky garden, as well as customised ginger bud-shaped pavilions and ginger flower-inspired BBQ pavilions.


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The development features a mix of 1-bedroom to 4-bedroom premium units. In terms of size, apartments range from 517 sq ft for a 1-bedroom with study to 1,410 sq ft for the largest 4-bedroom premium unit.

Prices start from S$995,000 for a 1-bedroom with study (S$1,924 psf), S$1.288 million for a 2-bedroom, S$1.768 million for a 3-bedroom, and S$2.288 million for a 4-bedroom. 

A two-bedroom with study unit. (Photo: TID)

By comparison, units at One-North Residences have sold at an average of S$1,410 psf in the last five years, according to data from Edgeprop. Units at The Rochester have sold at an average price of S$1,319 psf.

Normanton Park, located near One-North, launched early this year. A third of the residential units offered were sold at an average price of S$1,750 per sq ft on the first day. 


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To cater to busy professionals, smart home technology features highly at One-North Eden. For example, a facial recognition system is installed outside the lobby at the basement, as well as on the first and second storeys.

Residents will also enjoy safe access via a digital lockset at the doorstep of their units, book facilities easily via the Smart Community App and collect online shopping with ease from the Smart Parcel Station.

All units are equipped with Daikin Smart Hub that integrates smart devices onto one single-control platform such as the remote controlling of air-conditioning in the living and master bedroom. 

Four-bedroom units will have the addition of a smart mirror with built-in speaker and microphone that works as a traditional mirror and multi-entertainment tablet all-in-one.

Top floor units feature high volume spaces in the living and dining areas. (Photo: TID)

To facilitate working from home, a study room is available is almost all unit types ranging from 1-bedders to 4-bedders. Top floor units feature high volume spaces (ceiling height: 4.5m) in the living and dining areas.

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Source: CNA/st(ds)