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Designed For Quality Living
Jui Residences has been designed to reflect art deco heritage which is inspired by the National Aerated Water Co., Ltd. building, located within the grounds of the development. The art deco heritage can be seen through the vertical flutes on the façade, arched detailing on the balconies and wide inset curves at the podium.
Located right next to the Kallang River, this 18-storey tower presents 117 contemporarily crafted units with natural lighting and ventilation throughout each home.
The origin of Serangoon’s name refers to the ‘Ranggong’, a bird commonly found in the riverine swamps around the Serangoon River.
Serangoon was then an area for logistics and warehousing, due to the ease of the Kallang River waterway. It was also home to the National Aerated Water Co., Ltd. founded in 1954, that manufactured popular soda drinks such as Sinalco and Kickapoo.
Serangoon is now an established address, with convenient amenities for its community.
These would include: NEX, a neighbourhood shopping mall; a newly-renovated Chomp Chomp food centre; the Singapore Sports Hub; Kallang Basin Swimming Complex and notable schools like St Andrew’s Junior College and the Stamford American International School.
All Things Essential, Close at Hand
Jui Residences is surrounded by an integrated transport network – including the Potong Pasir and Boon Keng MRT stations, as well as the Circle Line at Serangoon MRT station.
Additionally, the Central Expressway (CTE) and Pan Island Expressway (PIE) provide excellent access to other parts of the island.
Take A Dip Into Calmness
At the Level 5 Sky Terrace, an infinity lap pool provides seamless views extending into the Kallang River giving residents a sense of liberating space. Other amenities include an aqua fitness, wading pool and a pool deck.
Design elements such as the cement rendered look for the floor coating are reinterpreted from the 1950’s, giving the space an industrial yet contemporary flair.
Additionally, a multi-purpose activity area and viewing deck with stepped casual seating allows residents to relax and unwind. Set in an oasis of lush green planting, this area provides a quiet oasis of tropical calm.
As a tribute to the National Aerated Water Co., Ltd. building, brightly coloured artworks adorn the walls. Specially crafted by sculptor Dr. Colin K. Okashimo, and named ‘The Bottle Assembly: Filling Voids and Voids Filling’ pastel colours of pink, blue and yellow are applied to the bottles following the Miami art deco style.
Inspired By The Past, Interpreted With A Modern Touch
An arched fascia overhangs each expansive balcony, while spaces within the unit are carefully crafted to optimise every inch of space, complemented with finishes inspired from the art deco era.
Spaces Designed With Comfort In Mind
Subtle art deco features continue into the bedrooms, with herringbone timber flooring to provide a warm and restful ambiance. The carefully planned internal layout allows for unhindered spaces with natural lighting and ventilation.
Fitness And Wellness At Your Doorstep
Jui Residences is integrated with the Kallang Park Connector Network (PCN) – a 9km stretch that forms part of the ever-growing Singapore Park Connector Network. The Kallang PCN links the development to various places such as the Singapore Sports Hub.
Residents can choose to engage in activities such as jogging and cycling or a leisurely stroll.
Being a waterfront residential development in park-like settings, Jui Residences has been developed in close consultation with the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). This is in line with the rejuvenation of the Kallang Basin, including the conservation of National Aerated Water Co., Ltd.
National Aerated Water Co., Ltd. 新中國汽水有限公司
Jui Residences pays homage to the National Aerated Water Co., Ltd. building, by drawing inspiration from its art deco elements.
This cultural heritage building was built in 1954 and is associated with the bottling of popular soft drink labels, including Sinalco and Kickapoo.
The centrepiece of this heritage building is a flagstaff mounted on the signature column, complimented by an on-site petrol pump which will be conserved within the development.
The conserved ‘L’-shaped building is unique in several ways. There is a tapering balcony at the front with a fair-faced brick parapet and a built-in sunshade projecting out from the building’s side that spirals out of a circular window.