About The Tre Ver
The Tre Ver Condo is located at Potong Pasir Ave 1. It is completely out of sight from the main road. Residents will enjoy full unblocked view towards the Woodleigh Park. Being at the city fringe, it is only 20 minutes away from the central business district (CBD).
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WHY TRE VER?
- Conveniently located at the city fringe and Potong Pasir Town
- Minutes away fro established instituitons such as St Andrew's Junior College and Cedar Girl's Secondary School
- Short walk away from commercial developments
- Easy access to other parts of Singapore through CTE and PIE
- Upside potential with transformation of Bidadari Town
The Tre Ver
|Type||Apartment / Condo|
|Address||112 Potong Pasir Ave 1, Singapore 350112|
|Developer||UVD (PROJECTS) PTE. LTD.|
|Development||Tower blocks 3 blocks of 20 storey & 2 blocks of 19 storey Garden blocks 4 blocks of 7 storey including 2 storey carparks and 1 basement carpark|
|No. Of Units||729|
Located in the Central Region of Singapore between Sennett Estate and Toa Payoh, the housing estate of Potong Pasir (where The Tre Ver Condo is) exists as a comfortable housing location that retains an idyllic atmosphere despite the urbanisation of recent decades. The Tre Ver is a 729-unit waterfront development located next to the Kallang River, and is poised to benefit from the government’s initiative to transform the river into a lifestyle hub. This is a matured district which residents can get to enjoy a localised lifestyle and yet a new property development.
It is the outcome of en bloc deal from the former HUDC, Raintree Gardens.
The Tre Ver will incorporate similar green design features within the development’s compound.
In addition to the gardens and pools within the development, The Tre Ver enjoys over 200m of river frontage, lined with majestic raintrees – a rarity in land-scarce Singapore.