SINGAPORE– Lake Life, a new Executive Condominium in the Jurong Lakeside district launching their e-applications on 4 October 2014, is set to upend conventions in condominium living by being the first condominium in Singapore to run an autonomous electric shuttle vehicle from the condominium to the nearby Lakeside MRT (subject to LTA approval). Developers of Lake Life, the Evia-led consortium, announced today that they are working with NUS/MIT and SHADO to develop the driver-less system and self-charging service.
Anticipating a future where electrical cars will be the norm, the developer of Lake Life is providing a parking bay with charging station within the residents’ carpark. Additionally, all rooms in Lake Life’s units will be ready for Intelligent House Control System. All common areas within Lake Life will be designed with free WiFi. The booking of condominium facilities will be made available online and through a mobile application. The developers also designed a sheltered bicycle yard within Lake Life.
With its array of snazzy smart home features, sustainable and luxurious design, as well as activities promoting active, healthy living, Vincent Ong, Co-Managing Director of Evia Real Estate shared why he best online casino is not interested in minting ‘cookie-cutter’ condominiums, “For me, the people buying our developments are not just customers but “responsible consumers”—people who are concerned about the environment, who want to lead a healthy lifestyle, care about their children’s education and the well-being of their aged parents. We have therefore assembled innovators, creative forces and top talents who combined their energy to design a one-of-a-kind residence for Singapore’s pioneer smart city.”
Lake Life is located in the hottest address in Singapore—Jurong Lake District, which three months ago was designated a test bed for Singapore’s initiative to become the world’s first smart city. “We are embracing the smart city initiative,” said Ong. “We may be launching sales of the project today, but we are providing the infrastructure and features for the smart city of tomorrow.” Lake Life is expected to TOP in 2018.
Beyond the smart city initiative, a new “Jurong Lake Gardens” was also unveiled by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in his National Day Rally Speech 2014 on August 17. The Jurong Lake Gardens will be created by combining the Japanese and Chinese Gardens as well as the Jurong Lake Park. A new Science Centre will also be built adjacent to the Chinese Garden MRT station, and scheduled to be completed around 2020.