Northwave EC Location
Northwave EC is just a few bus-stops away from Admiralty MRT Station and is very convenient to just cycle there. The train ride from Admiralty to Orchard is about 28 mins and about 35mins to get to Raffles Place MRT. The upcoming Thomson East Coast Line can also be accessed easily via Woodlands MRT, and coupled with the cross-border rail link to Johor, this location offers an easy alternative of visiting Malaysia on a frequent basis.
The journey by car to the CBD is approximately 25 mins, and approximately 30 mins to the airport via SLE TPE. The travelling time to town will be cut significantly when the North South Expressway (North South Corridor) is completed probably in 2021. Northwave EC, connected to the city via North-South Corridor when developed will also have dedicated bus lanes that could possibly see more direct bus services to the city, offering you an alternative mode of public transport instead of just the MRT alone. Moreover, a cycling path will also be built along the entire stretch of the expressway, passing through towns such as Sembawang, Yishun, Ang Mo Kio, Bishan and Toa Payoh. Making the choice of choosing Northwave EC offers you various mode of transport alternatives to the city and beyond.
Northwave EC Ammenities
Northwave EC is surrounded by various amenities that we do not need to travel far to shop and eat. With the construction of Kampong Admiralty just besides Admiralty MRT station, you will see amenities comprising commercial shops, a hawker centre, a childcare centre, two Studio Apartment blocks with a Senior Activity Centre, as well as healthcare services such as a medical centre and Senior Care Centre to be built in the near future. With the development of the Woodlands Regional Centre at Woodlands MRT station, more commercial spaces will be available and this will bring more retail and F&B options for you and your family. In Woodlands Central, there will be a future pedestrian mall running through the district, offering you a different shopping experience compared to the typical shopping malls prevalent throughout Singapore.