Le Quest Project Details

Out of many prominent developers who made the bid for a portion of the charming town in the western region, Qingjian Realty came out on top with its whopping $301.2 million bid tender. The most coveted site is a massive investment because of the rising potential within this beautiful residential estate. Lush surroundings, suitable amenities, accessible transportation— these are some of the things that will greet the future residents of Le Quest. This 99-year old leasehold in Bukit Batok is on top of the line as it will become the first ever mixed-used development in the region. It will give way for 5 blocks, 16 stories residential and commercial building. There will be 516 residential units on selection, which is then divided into different categories— a studio, 2- bedroom, 3-bedroom and 4-bedroom. Some units may either be premium or deluxe.

Not only that, this is not your typical residential living because everything you need, from shopping treats to restaurant dates, are just around the corner. And when we say corner, we meant right within your place. Yes, there’s no need to drive around because shops, foods stalls, grocery and much more are in the vicinity of your residence.

Le Quest Unit Mix

With more than 10 selections in the residential units, homeowners will surely fall in love with the wide array of choices. Single occupants or young professionals can have the studio unit with a study area. For starting families, enjoy a roomy interior with the 1 to 3-bedroom unit. The 4-bedroom, on the other hand, is great for bigger families or those wanting a more spacious place. Each unit may vary in size and style, but it features something that will really entice the homeowners. Qingjian Realty follows a distinctive unit layout to save space and maximise the area of your home. Experience a comfy residential living with all the essential amenities you need. For more details about each unit, refer to the unit mix table. You can also schedule a showflat visit that will launch later this year to have a clearer picture of the unit.