Nim Collection offers an exciting new mode of Seletar living in a cluster of 47 landed terrace houses, representing Phase 1 of a two-phase, 98-unit development. A peaceful retreat from the urban jungle. A cosy life of modern comfort close to nature, surrounded by the area’s enduring charms.
Nim Collection is embraced by nature, tranquility, and a kampong spirit that exists few places else, the Nim Collection heralds an exciting new chapter in the rich story of Seletar Hills. A residential enclave that continues a legacy of quality homes, shaped for a new future, inspired by the vitality of the area’s burgeoning growth. As the pioneer development in an ambitious masterplan, the Nim Collection offers more than a home. It’s a unique opportunity to mould the next chapter into a story that will shape generations to come.
In his relentless pursuit of better design solutions, Mok Wei Wei, Managing Director of W Architects, is behind some of Singapore’s most exclusive addresses and pioneering building projects. They include the likes of Morley Road House and The Oliv apartments, and civic and cultural projects, such as the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and the groundbreaking refurbishment of the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall. For his contribution to design, he was honoured with the President’s Design Award in 2007.
Nim Collection will enjoy all the advantages of the future Seletar Regional Centre, the fourth regional centre in Singapore. Envisaged as a major business hub for people living in the north and northeast of the island, it is expected to create a vibrant landscape of new employment opportunities and bring workplaces closer to home.
Alongside the Seletar Regional Centre, the Phase 3 development of Seletar Aerospace Park is expected to create 10,000 jobs for highly skilled professionals, expanding its current global aerospace community that includes leading industry players such as Eurocopter, Rolls-Royce Group and ST Aerospace.
You’re never far from Singapore’s wild side. Enjoy days out at Seletar Reservoir or Punggol Waterway Park, pleasant
escapes for hours of leisure where you can go fishing, kayaking, cycling, or simply soak up the scenic views. Also in the vicinity is the Punggol Promenade Nature Walk, where you can meander along a 2.4 km trail, and hop on over to Coney Island to enjoy the sight of the island’s diverse wildlife in their natural habitats. Not to mention Seletar West Farmway, reminiscent of kampong life. With so much to choose from, getting back to nature can be a frequent family affair.
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