FACT SHEET AT A GLANCE
|Project Name||Grand Dunman (名門世家)|
|District||District 15 (East Coast/Marine Parade)|
|Total Number of Units||1008 units and 5 shop units|
|Address||Dunman Road Singapore|
|Unit Types||1 to 5-bedrooms, Dual Key Units & Penthouses|
|Number of Bidders||2|
|Land Bid||$1350psf ppr|
|Developer||Grand Dunman Pte Ltd (JV of Singhaiyi Group Pte Ltd & CSC Land Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd)|
|CONQUAS Score||Band 1 (as at 22nd May 2023)|
|Description||PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL FLAT DEVELOPMENT COMPRISING 7 BLOCKS OF 18-STOREY APARTMENTS (TOTAL: 1,008 UNITS) WITH SHOPS (TOTAL: 5 SHOP UNITS) AT 1ST STOREY, 3 LEVELS OF BASEMENT CARPARKS, SWIMMING POOL AND COMMUNAL FACILITIES ON LOT 07677W MK 25 AT DUNMAN ROAD (MARINE PARADE PLANNING AREA)|
|Architect||P&T Consultants Pte Ltd|
|Landscape Architect||COEN Design International|
|Housing Developer’s License No.||C1456|
|Expected Date of Vacant Possession||31 December 2028|
|Expected Date of Legal Completion||31 December 2031|
|Expected Date of Preview||Showflat opens in July 2023
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Experience the Ultimate in Luxury and Convenience: Discover Grand Dunman Today
Sing-Haiyi Jade, an arm of the SingHaiyi Group, was awarded the bid for a large Dunman Road site at $1.28 billion, or $14,536.62 per sqm (GFA) on 14 June 2022. Located next to Dakota MRT Station and the Geylang River, the site covers 252,234.3sqft.
The winning offer for the site on Dunman Road – $1,350 per square foot per plot ratio (PSF per PPR), is the highest ground price paid in recent years for residential sites sold by Government Land Sales (GLS).
It beats the previous record of $768m, or $1,302psf ppr, for the site at Jalan Tembusu, which was awarded in January 2022.
SingHaiyi Group, will be developing the site into Grand Dunman, a 99-year-leasehold private condominium project.
Grand Dunman comprises of 1008 units from one to five-bedroom apartments and penthouses. Units will come with expansive unblock views of the River, as well as landed houses and properties in the Mountbatten Road landed enclave that provides you with permanent view overlooking towards East Coast Park.
Featuring contemporary condominium facilities, Grand Dunman is designed exclusively for the discerning investor and home owners.
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What distance from MRT would you consider ‘near MRT’?
Located at Singapore’s central region, Grand Dunman is almost under 2minutes or 100 meters walk to Dakota MRT, making it extremely convenient if you are looking to commute by public transportation to go to town.
For example, commuting to Suntec City or Marina Square takes just 4 MRT Stops, Marina Bay Sands or Garden’s by the Bay in 5 MRT Stops, Marina Bay Financial Centre is 6 MRT Stops away.
Within 1 MRT Stop, you will reach Paya Lebar MRT Interchange, a distinctive cultural enclave and a dynamic business hub where the vibrant Paya Lebar Regional Centre is.
You will be enveloped by PLQ Mall, Paya Lebar Square and Singpost Centre which are seamlessly integrated with the MRT Interchange. This is the next generation living.
Discover the Key to a Wise Investment: Grand Dunman, the Perfect Property for Savvy Buyers
Completion of the three stations will add three stations between HarbourFront and Marina Bay MRT Station, closing the circle for the Circle Line. The four-kilometre-long extension, namely Keppel, Cantonment and Prince Edward MRT, will form a one continuous loop.
When completed, the Circle Line will be a total of 33 stations, including 12 interchange stations with all existing MRT lines, as well as the forthcoming Thomson-East Coast line.
Construction on three new Circle Line extension stations – Keppel, Cantonment and Prince Edward MRT. The Full Circle – A Life that Circles Around Grand Dunman are expected to be completed by 2026.
The 3 new Circle Line stations will reduce journey times, as well as provide more alternate routes to commuters bypassing busy junctions at City Hall and Raffles Place.
Being within 10minutes to major commercial and financial hubs as well as lifestyle offerings allows you to truly have it all.
Grand Dunman: Experience Concerts in Style, Just 2 MRT Stops from Your Home!
Singapore has solidified its status as an Asian concert hub with the recent announcement of two highly anticipated gigs. The city-state sold a staggering 200,000 tickets for the upcoming concerts, drawing fans from not only Singapore but also neighbouring Southeast Asian countries. Coldplay, the record-breaking British rock band, kicked off the excitement with a presale on Monday last week. Initially scheduled for four dates at the 55,000-capacity National Stadium in Singapore’s Sports Hub, their ambition to attract tourists paid off.
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The recent gigs by Coldplay and Taylor Swift in Singapore have solidified the city-state’s position as a major concert hub in Asia. With their wide-ranging appeal, these marquee world-class events attracted fans from across the region. Despite initial fears of protests due to political turmoil in some neighboring countries, Singapore’s geographical position and stable government ensured a safe and secure environment for both artists and concert-goers. Tour promoters had been planning these shows for several months, taking into account the city-state’s advanced infrastructure and its reputation for hosting successful tours.
Singapore National Stadium, that is within 2 MRT stops from Grand Dunman, has worked diligently to position itself as a centre for entertainment, rivaling major cities in Europe and the United States. Dr. Michael Chiam, a senior tourism lecturer at Ngee Ann Polytechnic, attributes Singapore’s success to its overall image as a safe and well-connected city-state with low crime rates and good connectivity.
Alongside its renowned Singapore Grand Prix, where drivers speed through the scenic Marina Bay Street Circuit, the Formula One Grand Prix attracts millions of fans each year. With October 2022 set as the date for these major events, event organizers and management are confident that Singapore’s reputation as a prime destination for world-class concerts will only grow stronger.
Maximize Your Time: Live, Work, and Play All in One Place
This neighbourhood, well connected by the Dakota MRT Station via the Circle Line, residents will be able to make use of the MRT stations to connect through East-West line, whereas Paya Lebar MRT station was an interchange station between the East-West line and the Circle-Line Interchange Stations.
Within short walking distance lies a host of MRT stations connected to the island wide network of train lines to get you closer where you live. What’s more, with multiple expressways such as Nicoll Highway, PIE, ECP and KPE nearby, the city is just a mere 7 minutes away by car.
Find Your Perfect Balance of Fun and Leisure: Grand Dunman, Your Gateway to Endless Entertainment
Whether you’re heading to work in Raffles Place, a tee-off at Marina Bay Golf Course or simply a night out at Marina Bay, you can now live it up with a blend of quintessential convenience, excitement and enjoyment for life.
Not forgetting that the 35-hectare Singapore Sports Hub, is just 1 MRT Stop away, you can Skate, Eat, Compete, Bowl, Learn, Climb, Splash, Canoe or Kayak with friends and family.
Experience the Vibrancy: Come Alive at Kallang Alive!
Kallang Alive, which is part of the Singapore government’s Vision 2030 Masterplan, will include increased play areas and event suites. The review of the 2030 Masterplan also included a purpose-built indoor arena, which would be Singapore’s first velodrome. To complement these facilities, an accompanying sports-themed hotel was also announced.
The Sports Hub will also include a “speed climbing wall” to cater for more active and adventurous sports enthusiasts. This announcement came alongside 15 recommendations on how to enhance Singapore’s current sports scene and ensure that it remains competitive in the international arena. In addition to this, a number of supporting facilities such as centre suites, food & beverage outlets and retail stores were also included in the announcement.
The tennis centre at Kallang Alive will feature open courts for all skill levels to enjoy. At this state-of-the-art facility, there will be seven indoor and seven outdoor courts designed to provide the best playing conditions and surface for both casual and competitive tennis players.
As part of the Kallang Alive project, a squash centre with 20 public squash courts will be built. The demolition of the old Kallang Squash Centre was necessary to make way for the new centre, and it took three years to find a suitable new space.
The new integrated sports hub will have a football hub, tennis centre and velodrome. Kallang Squash will be the main feature of the facility with a squash centre and courts for Singapore Squash. The Kallang Theatre will be transformed into a lifestyle centre with an array of restaurants, retail outlets and other entertainment options.
National Agency Sport Singapore has invested over 20 million dollars to revamp the facility and make it world class. It will feature new Burghley squash rackets, professional-level lighting and seating, as well as improved court surfaces.
The new velodrome proposed by Kallang Alive Precinct will be the first of its kind in Singapore and will come with a speed climbing wall, making it suitable for both professional and recreational cyclists.
The Sports Hub will also provide a platform for extreme sports, unconventional sports, and recreational activities such as parkour and track cycling, as well as speed climbing. This is an exciting development for Singapore’s national youth, as it provides them with an agency to pursue their sporting dreams through the National Training Centre.
Additionally, the Sports Hub will create a strong sense of community by providing various facilities for the youth to stay active and engage in different activities. Through this project, Sport Singapore plans on introducing more accessible sporting options to Singaporean youths and promote a healthier lifestyle in the country.
Children will not remember you for the material things you provided, but for the feeling that you cherished them
Pedal into Fun with Family at Grand Dunman: New Cycling Paths Coming 2024
Seven towns have been chosen for a new cycle paths project, with the aim of progressively completing it by 2024, as announced by LTA on 12 January 2023. The cycle paths will lead to a cycling route network, allowing cyclists to enjoy Land Transport Authority’s Islandwide Cycling Network (ICN) programme.
This will double the present cycling community in the area and create a 254,000 bike slots network. Kallang Park is amongst the first of these paths to be constructed, with plans in place to link it to MRT stations in Geylang, Ang Mo Kio and its surrounding areas.
The plan has been proposed by the Land Transport Authority and aims to encourage more people to cycle as a means of transport. This initiative will help reduce the burden on our public transport system while also helping citizens stay healthy and active!
The new paths will connect residents to key amenities and improve cycling links between towns. – It will provide comprehensive cycling paths, improve active mobility users and join residents of the seven towns, starting with Geylang, Marine Parade and Hougang.
This project will enhance cycling hyperlinks between transport nodes in neighbourhoods such as schools, colleges and neighbourhood centres. Dakota will also be included in this project to link up with facilities and connect to other towns.
This project is an important step for the seven towns in creating a more sustainable environment for everyone to live in. It has the potential to encourage more people to take up cycling as a form of transportation which is beneficial for both health and the environment.
The new cycling paths are being implemented in seven towns and will be progressively completed from 2024. To ensure that the necessary supporting infrastructure improvements are made, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has engaged other relevant stakeholders, such as town councils, to assess technical feasibility for bike crossings and ramps.
The LTA has also conducted outreach efforts to inform residents of the changes and create a more bike-friendly culture. This project is going to give cyclists more freedom and fun as they can nearly cover the entire length of town on bike lanes without having to worry about cars getting in their way.
It’s an exciting development that will make cycling safer and more enjoyable for everyone living in Grand Dunman!
Education Excellence: Surround Yourself with Top Schools at Grand Dunman
With a great location putting all of your needs and wants in life within reach, Grand Dunman is ideal for your modern lifestyle.
Your little ones’ educational needs are also cared for with Kong Hwa School within 1km and other prestigious educational institutions such as Geylang Methodist Primary, Haig Girl’s School, Tanjong Katong Primary, Dunman High, Chung Cheng High, Nexus International School (Aljunied) and more. If you are looking for schools in Bukit Timah, you may check out Watten House by UOL and Singland. If you’re interested in learning more about GEP (Gifted Education Programme) and IP (Integrated Programme) schools in your neighborhood, here’s some information that might be helpful.
Kong Hwa School is within 1km
of Grand Dunman
Tanjong Katong Primary School
is within 1km of Grand Dunman
Indulge in the Best Flavors Near Grand Dunman: Your Ultimate F&B Destination
Grand Dunman is also a short walk from the strip of eats and restaurants located along Guillemard Road & Geylang. Trendy F&B joints such as The Tuckshop, Wen Dao Shi Tim Sum, Sik Bao Sin Chinese Restaurant and many more nearby.
The wide plethora of F&B choices from German beer bars, floral-flavoured ice cream, to wanton noodles will satisfy even the most discerning of tastes.
SAVOR THE BEST OF GRAND DUNMAN: A GASTRONOMIC JOURNEY AWAITS
Taste the Flavors of Old Airport Road – Only Steps Away from Grand Dunman!
Want to take a lazy day? Just hop over to hot local favourites at the beloved Old Airport Food Centre that is just 5minutes walk from Grand Dunman that has been conquering hearts and stomachs with mouth-watering dishes. Old Airport Road Food Centre is among the best because of the diversity and quality of the stands from 1973.
Xin Mei Siang Zheng Zong Lor Mee is a household favourite of everyone that visits hawker centres. Xin Dong Fang serves what is probably one of the best Lor Mee in town, drawing large queues and selling out quickly. Xin Mei Xiang lor mee serves Roast Pork & Char Siew rice & noodles.
The beancurd is made in-house, and Xin Dong Fang also sells freshly made soybean milk. This popular stand serves some of Singapore’s silkiest beancurd. This place is no stranger for the oyster omelette connoisseurs.
Nam Sing Hokkien Mee serves up classic Japanese dishes like tempura, soba, and udon, and tasty seafood like hotate on the grill, fresh oysters, sashimi, and crab (cold/broiled).
Discover the Serenity of Nature at Grand Dunman – Your Perfect Home
Located between Guillemard Road and Tanjong Rhu, the Geylang Park Connector at Dunman Road runs alongside Geylang River, then heads towards Marina Reservoir, seamlessly connecting with Gardens by the Bay through the Tanjong Rhu promenade.
The Geylang Park Connector has the thickest foliage of any Geylang PC route, should you wish for a bit of shade and fresh air, to enjoy the best of nature-inspired living.
The purpose of Park Connector was to be used for recreation, but with a change in perspective towards the return of cycling as a mode of transportation, and plans for linking Cycle Path Network (CPN) to PCN in order to promote long-distance cycling, PCN is now taking on a different role as a pathway for bike commuting.
Grand Dunman: Where Kallang River and City Life Meet
With plans by the National Parks involving several areas along the 10km Kallang River, it will provide greater convenience for people to more open spaces to enjoy for exercise and social activities.
The transformation will also see an enhanced connectivity with a continuous path from Kallang River, Singapore’s longest natural river stretching from the Lower Peirce Reservoir into the Kallang basin, to Gardens by the Bay and the Central Business District is to be overhauled.
With areas along Kallang River undergoing revitalisation, experts said properties near the river are likely to attract more interest through their lifestyle concepts – car-free, healthier living, and amenities – and no longer just waterfront homes. Prices of properties are also expected to rise in value after the revamp.
The Kallang River is shaping up to be the braver, exciting, and sophisticated version of Punggol, particularly with regards to landscaping, being car-free, and with regards to its amenities.
Being car-lite will also differentiate it from any other estates or areas in Singapore yet to provide such an exclusive experience for life and commute.
Where previously they had just the river views, now they will have leisure facilities along the river. Grand Dunman is set to seamlessly integrate with the riverfront promenade, contributing to placemaking and bringing vibrancy along the Kallang River.
The View from Above: Goodman and Wilkinson Landed Enclave
Grand Dunman is nestled in the serene Goodman and Wilkinson landed enclave by the city fringe with unmatched connectivity and amenities for sheer convenience.
Masterfully designed with iconic communal gardens, it’s a contemporary landmark residence that’s one of its kind in the vicinity and a home that’s primed to take care of the lifelong needs of the whole family.
Living at the epicentre of lifestyle and entertainment, you can be sure that there will never be a dull moment when you own a piece of this most connected iconic landmark.
Grand Dunman is ideal for anyone starting a family, or working professionals looking for a place to live close to work and employment centres.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the monthly maintenance fees for Grand Dunman?
The monthly maintenance fees is to be announced.
What are the breakdown of unit types at Grand Dunman?
The unit types is to be announced.
What is the PSF for Grand Dunman?
The PSF is to be announced.
What is the closest MRT Station to Grand Dunman?
Grand Dunman is 1-2mins walk to Dakota MRT.
What is the building height of Grand Dunman?
Grand Dunman will have building height of 18 storeys.
How many blocks does Grand Dunman have?
Grand Dunman will have 6 tower blocks and 1 Grand block.
What is the plot ratio of Grand Dunman?
The plot ratio is 2.1
Where to get floor plans for Grand Dunman?
The floor plans can be found in the Floor Plan section.
Where can I find the Grand Dunman site plan?
You can view the Site Plan here.
- 1 to 5-bedroom, Dual Key Units & Penthouses
- Over 60 different facilities
- 2minutes walk to Dakota MRT
- 5minutes walk to Old Airport Road Market/Hawker Center/Amenities
- Within 1km to reputable schools such as Kong Hwa School
- Doorstep to Park Connector
- Majority of units have unblocked view towards Mountbatten landed enclave
- 1 MRT stop to Paya Lebar MRT Interchange and Regional Centre
- 2 MRT stops to Singapore Sports Hub
- 5 MRT stops to Marina Bay
- 7 MRT stops to Shenton Way
Grand Dunman is not just a place; it’s an experience that leaves an indelible mark on your journey. Discover the hidden treasures, soak in the rich heritage, and embrace the cultural diversity that defines this remarkable neighborhood. Get to know Grand Dunman before it opens its doors to the public. Be one of the first to receive updates or register to view showflat!