Queenstown is located in the centre of Singapore. The town, named after Queen Elizabeth II, is the first satellite town in the country. Before been taken over by the Housing Development Board (HDB), it was built up by the Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT) in the 1950s.

Previously, one of the most prominent landmarks in Queenstown was the 14-storey Forfar House, the first high-rise apartment block built by the SIT. Standing far into the sky, it was the tallest residential building in those days.

Currently, the site of the former Forfar House is occupied by Forfar Heights, a 40-storey HDB apartment complex. Blazing blue lights at the roof line are an attractive feature of this building, which is reminiscent of the early design that embedded blue glass into windows.

Due to its central strategic location, coupled with amenities and education opportunities, property prices in the vicinity have been driven upward in recent years, making it a very attractive prospect for investors.

Queenstown is easily accessible through the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system by Queenstown MRT station and bus services operating in the area, so it has good transport links.

Residents here can access a vast array of facilities and amenities. Singapore’s first outlet mall, Anchorpoint Shopping Centre is located here. Another shopping destination is Queensway Shopping Centre, a favourite place to hunt for sporting apparel such as racquets and sneakers at real bargain prices. Additionally, Swedish home product retailer IKEA is also a stone’s throw away from Queenstown.

Despite being a test-bed for public housing developments in earlier days, Queenstown is now a home to Singapore's oldest university, the National University of Singapore (NUS), and its first polytechnic at Singapore Polytechnic.

Food-lovers can head to the Commonwealth Avenue Cooked Food Centre, which serves the most marvelous braised duck in all of Singapore.


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District 3 - Queenstown, Tiong Bahru, Alexandra, Commonwealth

Singapore’s District 3 is comprised of Tiong Bahru, Alexandra and Queenstown. It is located at the city fringe in the Central Region of Singapore. District 3 contains a good mix of public and private houses and is a popular choice amongst home-buyers due to its proximity to the Central Area.

District 3 is currently served by the East-West Line at Tiong Bahru MRT Station, Redhill MRT Station and Queenstown MRT Station. It takes approximately 10 minutes or less to commute from these stations to the central business district at Raffles Place MRT Station.

Tiong Bahru is famous for its local food fare at the renowned Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre. Voted one of the best hawker centres in Singapore, Tiong Bahru is a popular destination amongst Singaporeans craving some good ol’ local delicacies.

Adding on to the food scene in District 3 are the myriad of cafes that have sprung up in recent years. District 3 also houses an eclectic mix of specialty shops and heartland malls such as the Queensway Shopping mall and Tiong Bahru Plaza. On top of that, the world’s largest home furnishing retailer, Ikea, is situated at Alexandra road.

Housing supply in District 3 has expanded in recent years with the erection of more private housing developments. Popular housing projects in District 3 includes Commonwealth Towers, The Crest, Alex Residences, Tanglin View and Queens, and so it remains a strong region for property development.


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