Ki Residences at Brookvale is located on Sunset Way and was previously known as Brookvale Park. It previously consisted of 160 units and was sold to Hoi Hup Sunway, a joint venture between Hoi Hup Realty and Sunway Developments, in a collective sale sealed by private treaty in February 2018.
This 999-year leasehold land is Hoi Hup and Sunway Developments’ largest joint venture investment in their 11-year history.
It is located in a central yet lush setting, affording the developer an excellent opportunity to create an excellent residential product.
The development is tucked away in a tranquil and exclusive section of Sunset Way, with only one access road. It is surrounded by woods and forest and is situated among landed properties and one adjacent condominium.
Brookvale Drive, a new road connecting the development to Clementi Road, will bypass Sunset Way, providing residents with a shorter drive or walk to the main road.
It is also connected to Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and Clementi, which are home to a number of reputable tertiary and international education institutions, including Singapore Polytechnic, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, School of Science and Technology, NUS High, National University of Singapore, and Integrated International School.
Ki Residences will consist of ten blocks of 12-story mid-rise condominiums with a linear layout and a north-south orientation.
Blocks facing north may have an unobstructed view of the green strip, PIE, and landed estates in Bukit Timah, while blocks facing south may have an unobstructed view of the landed estates in Sunset Way.
The design of Ki Residences is based on a strong concept that is informed and inspired by the surrounding environment and its spirit.
When we visit the site, we are struck by the lush vegetation, the serenity, the exclusivity, the natural setting, the expansive grounds, and the occupants’ wholesomeness and well-being.
We want to infuse all aspects of the design with the spirit of this place, its genius loci. To accomplish this, we heavily borrowed from the Japanese word “Ki,” which encapsulates and represents several of the concept’s key elements.
B1-G, B1, B2-G, B2, B2-P, B3, B3-P (700 - 883 sqft)
C1-G, C1, C1-P, C2-G, C2, C2-P, C3-G, C3, C3-P, C4-G, C4, C4-P, C5-G, C5, C5-P, C6-G, C6, C6-P (861 - 1,410 sqft)
D1-G, D1, D2-G, D2, D2-P, D3-G, D3, D3-P (1,249 - 1,711 sqft)
E1, E1-P, E2, E2-P (1819 - 2,239 sqft)
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Hoi Hup Sunway, a joint venture between Hoi Hup Realty and Sunway Developments Pte Ltd, is developing Ki Residences Singapore. Both developers are well-established and reputable, with decades of combined experience in the local real estate market.
Hoi Hup Realty Pte Ltd (“Hoi Hup” or the “Group”) was founded in 1983 in Singapore. It is a specialized property developer with a diverse portfolio of completed projects.
Sunway Developments is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Sunway Group, a Malaysian conglomerate or Malaysian multinational corporation.
Hoi Hup’s strength stems from its wealth of knowledge and experience, as well as its commitment to creating spaces that exemplify functionality, quality, style, and comfort. It intends to use this to set an ever-higher bar for future developments. Indeed, Hoi Hup has already received numerous accolades and awards for its high standards of construction quality. Including the 2012, 2013, 2017, and 2018 BCI Asia Top 10 Developers Awards.
Sunway is also one of Singapore’s largest pre-casters of concrete. It has worked in both the public and private sectors and has completed a number of design and construction projects. For example, at The Meadows in Punggol and at Ikea in Tampines.
The group’s primary business lines are real estate investment and development, building materials supply, design and construction of mega-projects (such as Sunway City), real estate REITs, hospitality, leisure, education, and information technology.
The Group has received recognition for its work from international organizations such as IFAWPCA and FIABCI.
Ki Residences is tucked away in a tranquil and exclusive section of Sunset Way, with only one access road. It is surrounded by woods and forest and is situated among landed properties and one adjacent condominium. On the way in, there are neighborhood shops, and Sunset Way is a foodie’s paradise.
It is always beneficial to have a diverse range of high-quality schools in your neighborhood, as long commutes to school are exhausting for both children and parents.
Primary School (Within 2 km)
✓ Clementi Primary School
✓ Methodist Girls’ School (Primary)
✓ Nan Hua Primary School
✓ Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School
✓ Pei Tong Primary School
✓ ACS Independent
✓ Assumption English School
✓ Assumption Pathway School
✓ Bukit Batok Secondary School
✓ Dunearn Secondary School
✓ Fairfield Methodist School
✓ Nan Hua High School
✓ Nanyang Girls’ Hgh School
Jovis is an excellent spot to unwind with friends, colleagues, and family. We serve delectable food, delectable desserts, refreshing coffee, and alcoholic beverages as well. Our vintage & rustic mint theme sets us apart. Some of our customers even refer to us as the “Blue cafe.”
Those who visit frequently will not be bored. We have a large selection of board games and storybooks to keep you entertained. Yes, we also offer complimentary Wi-Fi. We have a dedicated children’s area.
The Sapore has a total seating capacity of 150, 70 of which are outdoor and 80 of which are indoor.
Our cozy atmosphere is ideal for families, children, and couples. We are located in the heart of NUS, surrounded by greenery and an abundance of nature.
The interior design is inviting, simple, and exquisite, with an Italian touch on our minimalist wall.
Our dedicated team at Sapore is committed to providing memorable dining experiences through our homemade and healthy Italian fare and friendly service.
Laifabar takes you on a journey down memory lane, transporting you to more than a century ago to discover the distinct flavors and tastes of each era. We embrace change, noble ancestors, and enduring traditions, which is reflected in the flavor of our dishes. Each bowl transports us to a bygone era. After each bite, the familiar nuances of taste will transport you back to the timeless discovery of how flavors evolve over time. Laifabar invites you to reminisce with us as we embark on this delectable journey.
Jem® is western Singapore’s first lifestyle destination, fusing mid-to-upscale shopping with entertainment, functionality with experience, and community culture with city inspiration. The name Jem is a pun on the term “crown jewel” of Jurong and Singapore’s west.
Jem® is Singapore’s third largest suburban shopping mall, spanning five levels and containing 220 units spread across 580,000 square feet of retail space. Jem® is directly connected to the Jurong East MRT interchange and is located at the Jurong Gateway Road and Boon Lay Way intersection.
IKEA Jurong, Don Donki, FairPrice Xtra, Cathay Cineplexes, Cookhouse by Koufu, H&M, UNIQLO, and Courts are among the major retailers.
With 91 outlet stores and year-round discounts of up to 80%, IMM has grown to become Singapore’s largest outlet mall. Department stores introduced outlets to offer customers greater savings and value on a daily basis. For example, among the outlet locations for adidas, Calvin Klein, Club 21, COACH, Cole Haan, Converse, ECCO, FILA, FitFlop, Furla, GEOX, Hush Puppies, Kate Spade New York, Michael Kors, New Balance, Nike, Onitsuka Tiger, Puma, Sacoor, Samsonite, Timberland, TUMI, and Under Armour, several are open seven days a week and most offer complimentary parking.
We are a short walk from the Jurong East MRT Station (NE1/ EW24) and Jurong East Bus Interchange. Additionally, this area of Singapore is easily accessible via the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) and Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE).
IMM is a one-of-a-kind architectural design with an intriguing mix of retail and warehouse space spread across five levels. Retailers and businesses benefit from having warehouse facilities located within the same building because it enables them to achieve greater cost efficiency in terms of storage. Businesses with over 600 employees in IMM are eligible to take advantage of this unique leasing arrangement. Parking is never an issue at IMM, as nearly 1,300 parking spaces are available.
Apart from warehouse space totaling more than 407,000 square feet, the 407,000 square foot space is home to at least 220 retailers offering a diverse range of products and services. IMM is an all-in-one furniture and interior design center; nearly all of the essentials for home renovations are available here. Giant hypermarket and several other lifestyle stores such as Best Denki and Daiso cater to every shopping whim and need.
Consumers are enticed by the variety of options offered by more than 50 food and beverage retailers. Restaurants worldwide serve a diverse selection of international cuisine, fast food, and traditional local fare. To assist you in making your comparison, the following is a list of various types of establishments, including Hai Di Lao, White Restaurant, Teahouse by Soup Restaurant, Bali Thai, Long Beach Seafood, McDonald’s, and Burger King.
Shopping becomes more enjoyable when your children are having a good time. Level 3 features two playgrounds, one wet and one dry. These special play areas cater to children of all ages. IMM has developed into a mall frequented by both young and old, as well as families from the western part of Singapore, by utilizing a variety of retail outlets, maximizing available space, and paying attention to interior design.
Bukit Batok Nature park
Bukit Batok Nature Park was established in 1988 on an abandoned quarry site and features jaw-dropping views of breathtaking mountain scenery and crystal clear waters. It is a serene location for a contemplative stroll in the countryside due to its stillness and tranquillity.
In secondary forest, stroll leisurely along winding footpaths and take in the lush greenery’s beauty. Alternatively, run through the park’s hilly terrain for an energizing workout or simply enjoy the solitude of the woods.
Climbing the lookout towers provides spectacular views of the quarry. To remind yourself to stop and admire the picturesque pond at the base of a rock wall, don’t forget to visit the park’s entrance, where you’ll see the picture-perfect pond nestled beneath a high rock wall.
The pond is still and deep, having remained stagnant for centuries due to the mining operations in the region. If you recall the soldiers and casualties of World War II, you may notice that they are memorialized in the park on a memorial plaque. Lorong Sesuai was built by the Japanese at the end of World War II to commemorate fallen soldiers. The remaining two columns are located beneath the transmission tower and are accessed via 120 concrete steps. Take a look at the plaque at the bottom of the stairs to learn about the site’s significance and meaning.
It’s been a long time since Sunset Way has seen a new condo development, and I’m curious if there is any pent-up demand here.
From my perspective as a guest, it meets a lot of the criteria. I like the tranquillity and exclusivity of this complex, and the guide price appears to be quite reasonable. When these points are combined with the 80/20 ratio of amenities to units and the staggered blocks that provide unobstructed views of the surrounding area (aided by the unique Juliet windows), I believe Ki Residences is a gem in the making.
However, the lack of pedestrian access to the MRT is an annoyance, and I can see it being a deal-breaker for some. Even with the complimentary shuttle service to Clementi MRT for the first year, I believe Ki Residences is best suited to residents who own a car. While Sunset Way does have its own amenities, it is still not close enough to walk to.
Finally, I see Ki Residences as a long-term investment (999 years + surrounding residential properties + potential MRT) that makes a lot of sense for District 21 families.