Why You Should Live/Invest Here?
There’s an abundance of greenery that is sure to give you a break from the busy city life. With everything right at your doorstep, you can look forward to luxury living in an exclusive and quiet location. At the same time, you enjoy a vibrant and social urban lifestyle.
Redefine city living in Singapore
• Strategic location at the heart of Tanjong Pagar, and vibrant CBD.
• Developed by industry leaders.
• Excellent transport system through Marina Coastal, and Kallang Paya Lebar Expressways
35-storey Housing w/351 units
• At the centre of Greater Southern Waterfront transformation for better future live, work, and play options.
• One Bernam will benefit from URA’S Master Plan on the CBD.
• Huge rental demand for properties.
A wide range of amenities
• Mixed-use development.
• 5 mins walk Tanjong Pagar MRT and about 3 mins stroll to Prince Edward MRT (U/C).
• Within 5 minutes walk from Guoco Tower Office & Mall, Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market & Food Center, and 100AM Shopping Mall.
About The Developers: Hao Yuan Investment
(HY Realty) & MCC Land Singapore
Hao Yuan Investment Private Limited
HY Realty won the tender for One Bernam following the launch by URA in 2019. Together with MCC Land, the developer is set to develop One Bernam into an enviable residence with plenty of facilities for the residents.
MCC Land is young, but the brand is not new in Singapore’s real estate. So far, MCC has developed over 7 residential developments with some ongoing. It has been recognized as the top influential brand in Asia and appeared in the list of the top property developers in Singapore for 3 consecutive years.
Plenty of Important Amenities around One Bernam
Because of Tanjong Pagar’s location close to the CBD, there are a few primary, secondary, and colleges schools. But for young families, One Bernam is a perfect location. Lots of pre-school options are available in the neighbourhood. Some of the schools around include KidsCampus Tanjong Pagar (Pinnacle), Mulberry Learning Centre, PCF Sparkletots Preschool (Pinnacle@Duxton), and Modern Montessori (Pinnacle Duxton).
However, parents living here will still access a number of school options a short drive away in nearby neighbourhoods.
Here are some of the schools to choose from:
• CHIJ (Kellock)
• Cantonment Primary School
• Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School
• Gan Eng Seng School
• Zhangde Primary School
In terms of shopping, even the most shopping enthusiasts will enjoy their stay in One Bernam. There are many shopping malls around Tanjong Pagar and neighbouring areas to suit every resident’s lifestyle needs.
With a variety of shops and outlets within the vicinity, residents will have easy access to anything from clothes, electronics, to beauty products.
Here are some of the prominent malls an easy stroll from One Bernam.
At 6 min walk from One Bernam, this mall makes one of the best shopping stops for future residents. The cosy mall offers many items from fashionable clothes to groceries in the supermarket. Delicious foods and drinks are also available in the restaurants found in this building.
Tanjong Pagar Plaza
Also nearby, an easy 7 min stroll from One Bernam is Tanjong Pagar Plaza. It is a nice place for a commercial hub to visit for a traditional shopping experience. Groceries are available at Fair Price located on the first floor, and other services like financial, and beauty salons. Shop from various sores and enjoy your tasty meals.
Drink & Food
One Bernam’s neighbourhood, Tanjong Pagar is a renowned food haven. There are abundant food options within the vicinity, the only challenge you might face is deciding where to enjoy your meal outdoors.
Living in this food enclave gives One Bernam residents access to a plethora of food options from local Chinese fare to Korean, Japanese, and Western cuisines. Whether you’re looking for cheap or posh foods, the many eateries restaurants and hawker food centres got you covered.
Residents who love hawker foods are minutes to Maxwell Food Centre, Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market, and Amoy Street Food Centre. These hawker centres offer everything from tasty nasi lemak to deliciously cooked Hainanese chicken rice,
One Bernam Future: What’s in the pipeline?
The CBD has mainly served as Singapore’s commercial and financial hub for the longest part. According to the URA 2019 Master Plan and the 2030 Concept Plan, things are about to change.
The city centre is under an improvement program that will make it more lively and not the dominant commercial space it is.
Parts of Tanjong Pagar will be redeveloped in the future Greater Southern Waterfront project which covers many areas along Singapores’ southern coastline. It stretches from Pasir Panjang to Bay East. The development of this massive project is expected to kick off in 2030 and be completed in phases.
More particularly, the area rebound Tanjong Pagar is set to be expanded into triple the size of Marina Bay. The future residents of One Bernam will benefit from the upcoming commercial amenities along the coastline.
Here some of the things to expect:
• Addition of more private and public housing units in the area.
• Refurbishment and addition of more office spaces.
• Increase in mixed-use developments to allow live, work, and play.
• Connectivity will improve with the addition of four MRTS; Shenton, Maxwell, Cantonment, and Price Edward.
• Introduction of a 5km cycling path to link with the 22km network around the downtown. This will improve commutes.
Once these rejuvenation plans are realised, One Bernam residents can look forward to a transformed neighbourhood ideal for a contemporary lifestyle. The enhanced transportation system will improve commutes and access to amenities for the residents.
History of Tanjong Pagar
Tanjong Pagar is located in the southern end of downtown Singapore. This former fishing village best capture’s Singapore’s transformation into the vibrant city-state it is today. Tanjong Pagar was once a sleepy fishing village and its name, a Malay word that means ‘’cape of stakes” reflects its original state. The kelongs for fishing that were situated here inspired the area’s name.
Tanjong Pagar has undergone various changes over the years while conserving its rich history and culture. Today, the area is a critical part of the city. It houses a blend of cultural residential and commercial properties. Tanjong Pagar also ranks among the top and advanced container ports. Parts of it have been marked for development under the Greater Southern Waterfront Project.
Prior to the arrival of the British, fishing was the main activity here. In the early 19th century, sea nomads or Orang Laut and Chinese inhabitants started occupying the areas between the city and the docs. In 1904, a rickshaw station was built to serve the wealthy customers working at the port.
Because of the area’s fertile soil, and the hilly terrain, the early settlers started farming fruits, nutmeg, and gambier before the 1950s. Fishing and farming remained the key activities for a long time with little improvement in the living conditions.
The growing population saw the rise of shophouses to offer basic necessities. The houses were operated by families who lived in the same building. The lower floor housed the shop while occupants took the upper floor.
Fast-forward, Tanjong Pagar is a flourishing neighbourhood packed with shops, entertainment joints and restaurants. The area is enriched with many karaoke bars, clubs, pubs, restaurants, and cafes. It is among the best dining destinations offering a variety of foods from local Chinese dishes to international fare like Russian, Japanese, Korean and Western.
The future is even promising with plenty of developments in the pipeline. Tanjong Pagar is set to be transformed under the Greater Southern Waterfront project to about three times Marina Bay, in size. The plans will be undertaken under the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s Master Plan program. That means the residents can look forward to improved access to lifestyle amenities of different kinds.