Binjai Park is named after the eponymous tree that used to populate this entire estate. These trees continue to be found in some homes here. The roads here include Binjai Walk, Binjai Hill and Binjai Rise.
Located just off Dunearn Rd, Binjai Park is adjacent to the Swiss Club GCBA and close to King Albert Park MRT. It is also opposite longstanding condos such as Maplewoods and Tessarina. Unique to this GCBA is the presence of a Caltex petrol kiosk and a row of shops including F&B outlets such as a coffee shop, LINO and Ivin’s Peranakan, clinics among many others. There are also private walkup apartments above these shops.
Latest txns are:
Mar 21 – $22.8m (21,694sqft – $1,051psf)
Mar 21 – $17.1m (10,046sqft – $1,700psf)
Jan 21 – $31.4m (22,652sqft – $1,384psf) with the original owner purchasing at just $305psf in 2005, reaping a 450% return over 16 years
Dec 20 – $13.5m (14,004sqft – $964psf)
Prominent owners past & present include gynae Dr S.Lavan Iswaran, CEO of engineering co Yongnam Hldgs Seow Soon Yong, Tru-Marine Director Loke Yuen Kong, nephew of UOB Emeritus Chairman Wee Cho Yaw, Wee Boo Kuan and Tim Hartnoll, Exec Chairman of X-Press Feeders, world’s largest independent common carrier.
Credits to EdgeProp and Robert Powell.
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