Tampines street 11. Walking to Tampines regional centre MRT Tampines mall and Century Square.
Tampines Mall, Century Square. Regional Centre. EASY ACESS TO AYE PIE AIRPORT AND EAST COAST
The idea of developing regional centres was first conceived in the early 1990s as a strategic plan to ease the Central Business District (CBD) from anticipated economic growth in Singapore. The redistribution of economic activity would not only mitigate over-congestion in the CBD, but also draw demand to properties in suburban areas.
The first of these regional centres was Tampines. Its success as a regional centre spurred growth in the neighbouring Changi, transforming the eastern end of Singapore to what is now a bustling, self-sufficient locale that sustains thousands of jobs and homes.
OVERVIEW OF PROPERTY PRICES AROUND REGIONAL CENTRES
In the last few years, the newer regional centres Jurong and Woodlands have taken the spotlight for their many up-and-coming plans: Jurong Lake District and Star Destination of the North respectively.
In terms of per square foot (PSF) price, properties in Tampines have seen a whopping 52.28 per cent increase in value since 2008, more than double the increase for properties in Jurong East or Woodlands, which have risen by 21.65 per cent and 18.71 per cent respectively.
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