Parc Komo is located in the far eastern reaches of Singapore– and so in that respect it takes a fair bit of time to reach main areas like CBD or community. Undoubtedly, a big demographic of locals wanting to remain here would be working in the general east (think Changi Airport/Industrial Park location).
At first look it doesn’t seem like there are too many immediate services, so it’s most definitely terrific that you obtain the 28 business units turning up alongside the growth.
For those living in the area, you might be familiar with the currently built Liv@Changi shopping center, which surrounding locals were rather delighted about when at first introduced. But because of preparing restrictions (no cafes and also dining establishments) plus the Covid-19 situation, suggested that the shopping mall is still vacant as of September. You can see this as a benefit in favour of Parc Komo, as long as the developers are able to attract the ideal lessees.
If you do have a car, there are a variety of mall and also essential leisure areas (assume East Coastline Park) which are fairly close-by– so in that feeling you’re covered for essential services and also entertainment. The location is additionally low-rise as a result of the nearby airport so you don’t obtain that imposing area exterior that you find in most various other parts of Singapore.
Lastly, some individuals may find it troubling to be living appropriate opposite a prison. However I would claim essentially, it does appear like any type of routine old business structure– so it shouldn’t be way too much of a problem. We don’t see way too much in the way of bus solutions, as well as the closest MRT terminal is fairly a distance away– so once more, I really feel that having a vehicle is mosting likely to be perfect for regular travelers that live here.
Currently, a trip to the CBD (Raffles MRT) takes just under an hour. It involves hopping onto bus 2 at ‘Changi Prison’ bus stop for 19-minutes, prior to alighting as well as boarding the train at Tanah Merah MRT station towards Raffles MRT station (21-min flight).
For those heading to Orchard via public transportation, you do have a straight bus– though it does take over a hr to arrive. Hop on bus 5 at ‘Changi Female’s Jail’ bus quit and it’ll take you to Orchard Boulevard (1hr 10min ride).
Once again, if you operate in main areas or in the west, residing right here is just ineffective in my opinion. That stated, citizens can probably anticipate the Cross Island Line’s Loyang MRT terminal once it involves fulfillment in 2029. It’s most definitely a long way off, and also the range to the MRT is just over 15-minutes walk, but it will at some point give less complicated accessibility to bordering neighbourhoods.