Sceneca Residence Condo
The Sceneca Residence is a mixed-use development in District 16 of Singapore, comprising 268 residential units and 2,000 square metres of commercial space. The development is adjacent to the Tanah Merah MRT station. It is being developed by the consortium of MCC Land, The Place Holdings and Ekovest Development.
It is a subsidiary of Metallurgy Corporation
The development is a joint venture between MCC Land and Metallurgy Corporation, one of China’s leading steel companies. Both companies have a strong track record in real estate development. MCC Land has been instrumental in the shaping of Singapore’s cityscape, creating numerous landmarks in the city. Its portfolio includes quality housing projects, executive condominiums, and private estates. In Singapore, it has co-developed projects like The Nautical and Northwave.
MCC Land has also developed the new condominium development in Singapore, Sceneca Residence. MCC Land is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Metallurgy Corporation of China Ltd, a Fortune 500 company. It focuses on real estate development and engineering services. It has developed a number of landmark buildings and more than 6000 residential units in Singapore. The developer has also won numerous awards for its developments.
The development is also expected to benefit from the Changi Region Master Plan. The Changi Region is poised to become a thriving economic center, including the Changi Aviation Park, Changi East Industrial Zone, and Changi East Urban District. In addition, Changi Airport is set to open its fifth terminal, which is twice the size of the previous three. It was originally scheduled for completion by 2030, but has been delayed due to the covid-19 pandemic. In spite of the delays, the project is expected to be complete by mid-2030.
The MCC Land subsidiary will launch the Sceneca Residence mixed-use project on January 2022. It will be integrated with the nearby Sceneca Square mall and be linked to the Tanah Merah MRT station. It will feature a childcare centre for the children of residents. The project will have a showflat, which is likely to be limited due to safety distancing measures. However, buyers will need to pre-register to be able to view it.