In the District 3 of Prince Charles Crescent Singapore, the Principal Garden Condominium is set to launch this November 2015. This is a prestigious condominium jointly developed by UOL and Kheng Leong Group. These establised developers have done a few well known developments, like the Seventy St Patrick at District 15, opposite Parkway Parade. Principal Garden is expected to finish construction by the end December 2019 or first quarter of 2020. Principal Garden is situated close to the exclusive Good Class Bungalow enclave as well as the clean and green Singapore Botanic Garden, frequently visited by locals and foreginers. This condo is also ideally situated near to Redhill MRT Station. Driving around from this Redhill condo is a breeze with the connectivity of expressway to the Central Business District (CBD) at Shenton Way and the famous Orchard Road Shopping belt.
The residents at Principal Garden will also get to access to the amenities conveniently with the Great World City and Valley Point nearby. Tiong Bahru Plaza is also one train station, or rather 500 metres away from the Principal Garden side gate.
International school, Overseas Family School is a short drive away from Prince Charles Cresent and neighbourhood schools like the Crescent Girls' School, Gan Eng Seng Primary, Alexandra Primary School and River Valley Primary are within the perimeter from Principal Garden.
This luxury Singapore D3 (District 3) condo has large plot of land sizing approximately about 270,000 square feet. Out of these large land, it split out about 80% for the enjoyment of the residents for use of lush green landscaping and extensive water fall features. Principal Garden is special with most of the units overlooking the city view, Sentosa View or facing the Alexandra canal. The indoor gym is truly spacious with an area size of around 2100 square feet. A edgeless 50 metres lap swimming pool is placed on thetwenty fourth floor of the building to capture the paranomic view of Sentosa. Do visit the Principal Garden showflat @ Prince Charles Crescent to be amazed by the magnificant architural.