Delicate threads of nature interweave with the architecture to create an organic, living facade. This brings the landscape even closer to every home at The Tembusu, and enchants residents with endless views of their evergreen surrounds. Flowing upwards, the landscape also drapes over two sky decks on levels six and twelve.
The first of its kind, this is a development that’s not only about the present – it’s very much about preserving the future. It’s only fitting that a place named after an evergreen tree champions an environmentally conscious build, replete with renewable resources.
This project is a joint venture between Intrepid Investments Pte. Ltd. and Garden Estates (Pte. Ltd). Both companies are giants in the real estate industry, having won many awards and accolades for their work over the years. Together with its sister companies, the developer has a long-established track record of providing quality homes that are aesthetically appealing and innovatively designed.
Piccadilly Grand is a mixed development that will feature commercial units, including F&B outlets and an early childcare development center / infant care centre (ECDC). There will be residential units as well, with all of them enjoying a view of the lush greenery surrounding it.
It is also within easy reach of a wide range of amenities. City Square Mall is a short walk away, and there are plenty of well-loved restaurants and F&B outlets in the vicinity. For example, Muthu’s Curry is just across Race Course Road, while Jia Bin Bak Kut Teh is slightly farther away.
tembusu grand is also well-connected by public transport. A bus stop is located right outside the development, while both Outram Park and Farrer Park stations are just a few stops away. This makes it easy for you to travel throughout Singapore.
The project is slated to be completed in 2022, with the total number of units at the development standing at 337. This is one of the largest new launches in the private housing market this year, with only North Gaia’s launch of 616 units coming close.
The launch of Piccadilly Grand is also significant because it is the first project by a local developer to make use of blockchain technology. Its developer has partnered with the Fintech company Tembusu Systems to develop an asset-backed cryptocurrency called TRUST. This is a stable alternative to Bitcoin, which has seen wild price fluctuations in the past. Each TRUST transaction is backed by an identifiable person, and this can be verified offline.
Tembusu Partners is a boutique private equity investment firm with a strong presence in the Emerging Asia region. It supports promising early and growth-stage companies by providing mezzanine financing and contributing operational expertise to help them grow. Its investment strategy is anchored on the belief that emerging markets are the key drivers of global economic growth. The firm has offices in Singapore and Hong Kong, and operates a platform known as FrontSight Capital Fund to invest in Asian private equity opportunities.