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Estimated Completion Date = 4th Quarter 2025

Nanyang Opal (Nov 2021 Build-To-Order) Jurong West

Bounded by Jurong West Street 92 and 93, Nanyang Opal  comprises 2 14-storey residential blocks, served by an 8-storey Multi-Storey Car Park (MSCP). You can choose from 221 units of 3- and 4-room flats.

The name 'Nanyang Opal' celebrates the history of the area, as it used to be the location of the former Nanyang University. The original Nanyang University Arch, which marks the entrance to the former campus, is located nearby. The name also complements those of nearby developments like 'Nanyang Emerald' and 'Nanyang Ruby'.

Nanyang Opal is designed as a green oasis. It features a lush central courtyard with a children’s playground and precinct pavilion, and is designed to foster interaction among residents. The MSCP features vertical greenery and a roof garden that comes with adult and elderly fitness stations, scented plants, and wide footpaths to provide residents with a therapeutic place to exercise or rest.

Please refer to the site plan for the facilities provided in the development. Facilities in this development will be accessible by the public.


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Case Study 1:  There is always a stigma associated with a home near to a Chinese Temple. In addition, more so if the home is beside or close-by to a nursing home.

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Some of us may consider purchasing a home near to these two amenities. However, especially when it comes to a future re-sale, we also have to content with the sentiments (if any) of the future buyer. Thus there is always a risk of either lower resale value or lower demand for your home.

DF74364B-88C2-4E9C-86D1-8D93B99EBBA6.jpegAll temples often have a corner of it's premises with a reasonable large incense burning point for their devotees to burn offerings such as shown in the photo. Some temples also have it in the shape of a bottle gourd or hulu.

Let's home the smoke does not blow into one's home. Often one has limited redress. And may have to live with it!

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Case Study 2: Avoid low floors of Stacks 121 and 123. Especially Stack 121 as there is a Sha Qi as the stack faces the service road leading into the Multi-Storey Car Park (MSCP):

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Another common sense thing especially for #02-121 and #123 is that of traffic noise and possible "head-lights" glare when vehicles turn in from Jurong West Street 93 into the estate service road.

 


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