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The Jovell Overview

The Jovell is a mid-level condo in the middle of cosy Flora Drive, a private residential neighbourhood near Changi Airport. Surrounded by private condos and flat land, it is an oasis of peace and seclusion. Standing as a eight-story block with a total of 428 residential units and scheduled for completion in 2023, the development will feature 80 1-bedroom units, 324 2 bedroom and 3-bedroom units and 24 4-bedroom units.


Project Name The Jovell
Developer Tripartite Developers Pte Ltd
(Consortium of Hong Leong Holdings, City Developments & TID)
Status Condominium
(Foreigners eligible to buy)
Address 11 Flora Drive Singapore 506852
13 Flora Drive Singapore 506853
15 Flora Drive Singapore 506854
17 Flora Drive Singapore 506855
19 Flora Drive Singapore 506760
21 Flora Drive Singapore 506761
23 Flora Drive Singapore 506762
25 Flora Drive Singapore 506763
27 Flora Drive Singapore 506764
29 Flora Drive Singapore 506765
District 17 (Changi)
Site Area 22,534.4m² (242,558 sq ft)
Floor Area 34,676.58m² (373,258 sq ft)
Plot Ratio 1.4
Tenure 99 Years Leasehold from 8 March 2018
Official T.O.P. Date 1 August 2023
No. of Storeys 8
No. of Blocks 9
No. of Units 428

The Jovell Developer

Developed by Tripartite Developers Pte Ltd, a joint venture between Hong Leong Holdings Limited, City Development Limited (CDL) and TID PTE Ltd under the name Trade and Industrial Development Private Limited.) and has developed several successful condo developments in Upper Changi Road North.

The Hong Leong Group’s significant entry into the real estate sector began in the late 1960s, when Hong Leong Holdings Limited became the focus of the group’s property holdings and investments. The group took over City Developments Limited and turned it around from a deficit property business to a profitable development behemoth and top stock on the Singapore Stock Exchange. The firm holds nearly 8 million square feet of leasable office, industrial, retail, and residential space in Singapore’s competitive real estate market, making it a prominent commercial landlord and property owner. The firm holds nearly 8 million square feet of leasable office, industrial, retail, and residential space in Singapore’s competitive real estate market, making it a prominent commercial landlord and property owner. Hong Leong Group is also Singapore’s largest residential property developer, having constructed nearly one in every five individual houses sold in 2013.

Over the past 50 years, the group has produced many iconic properties along the Singapore skyline. It has put itself as a market leader with more than 130 high-end residential properties and over 100 prime commercial and mixed-use projects, including projects such as One Shenton, The Tate Residences, New Condo 2024 at Beauty World, Sage, St. Regis Residences, The Residences at W Sentosa Cove and Quayside Isle.


City Developments Limited

Since 1963, City Developments Limited (CDL) has been at the forefront of Singapore’s real estate market. CDL is now a publicly traded multinational real estate and hospitality conglomerate with operations in property development and investment, hotel ownership and management, facility management, and hospitality solutions. The CDL Group is a developer with a vast network of over 300 companies and affiliates under its control. Seven firms from New Zealand, Hong Kong, London, and the Philippines are also listed on renowned stock markets. The most anticipated upcoming  project is the Canninghill Piers located at the former Liang Court Site.

Hong Leong Holdings Limited

Hong Leong Holdings Limited was founded in 1968 as a company for the developer’s private property investment and holding. Hong Leong Holdings Limited has built approximately 100 residential buildings and oversees ten business developments.


TID Pte Ltd is a joint venture between the Hong Leong Group and Mitsui Fudosan, Japan’s largest private real estate developer. TID Pte Ltd has a 35-year history in Singapore and draws on a plethora of experience and knowledge. The St. Regis Singapore Hotel & Residences, The Oceanfront in Sentosa, and the Optima At Tanah Merah are among its major achievements.

The Inflora, a 396-unit development that opened in 2011, is the final condo in the neighbourhood. It was completely sold out before it was finished in 2015.

The Jovell Location

Several retail malls, stores, and outlets are all within a 9-minute drive from The Jovell. Tampines One, Tampines Mall, Century Square, Changi City Point, Loyang Point, White Sands, and Downtown East are just few of the places you could visit.

Nearby Transportation Options

The Jovell is located approximately 1.2km from Tampines East (DT33) MRT. There are direct buses, such as bus no 4, to Tampines East MRT station that is just within 5 minutes walk of The Jovell.

Nearby Schools

Whether you’re just in it for the money, or you want to make sure your family home offers more than just living space; deciding where to buy property in Singapore often comes down to the surrounding area or the amenities that can be found near a house.

While everything from trendy bars and restaurants to supermarkets can make a huge difference, one of the all-time favourites for home buyers is to purchase property near a good school.

Below are good schools that are near The Jovell.

– Casuarina Primary School
– Chongzheng Primary School
– Gongshang Primary School
– White Sands Primary School
– Yumin Primary School
– Pasir Ris Primary School
– East Spring Primary School (Within 1 km)

Jewel at Changi

Jewel at Changi Airport, also known as Jewel at Jewel Changi, is an entertainment and retail complex within Changi Airport in Singapore and connected to all three passenger terminals of the airport. It includes gardens, attractions, a hotel, 300 retail and dine-in outlets, and baggage handling facilities. The centrepiece of Jewel is the world’s tallest indoor waterfall, Rain Vortex, surrounded by terraced woodlands. One can only marvel at the gross floor area of 135,700sqm that is spread over ten floors, five on the ground level and five above ground level. Attractions include the Shiseido Forest Valley Cover Garden, which spans five floors, and Canopy Park, whose top-level features gardens and recreational facilities.

In his 2013 National Day speech, the gem was named by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong as part of Changi Airport’s long-term plan to double capacity by the mid-2020s to create more opportunities for Singapore and Singaporeans. In October 2019, six months after its inauguration, the complex welcomed more than 50 million visitors, surpassing its original annual target. It is visited by over 300,000 people daily. The complex will maintain the airport’s status as a central aviation hub in the region of Asia-Pacific. An airport complex is under construction at Changi at the eastern end of Singapore, about 20 km northeast of central Singapore.

Shiseido Forest Valley

A collaboration between Shiseido’s art collective and TeamLab Japan, Forest Valley (Zi Sheng Tang Huoresutobare / Shiseido Foresutobares) is one of Asia’s most extensive indoor gardens spanning five floors and 22,000 square metres in the heart of the jewel at Changi Airport. It houses 3,000 trees and 60,000 shrubs, with over 120 species living in some of the world’s highest altitude and tropical forests. Sponsored by HSBC, Rain Vortex is the largest indoor waterfall globally and the tallest indoor waterfall at 40 metres high.

The roof is made up of more than 9,000 panes of glass that stretch 200 to 150 metres and slope down to an oculus at the mouth of the waterfall, which acts as a continuation of the roof in liquid form. Rainwater is pumped through the roof and falls at a rate of 37,850 litres per minute into a circular hole in the basement pool. Acrylic funnels at the bottom prevent splashing and muffle the sound of the cascade. At night, the circular walls of the waterfalls transform into a 360-degree stage for light and sound shows.

To avoid excessive moisture, the jewels in the waterfall flow alternately in cascades and streams to reduce turbulence in the air. During the design process, engineers humidified the design, including testing 1-5 scale models, full-size prototypes and partial models. At Changi Airport, a Skytrain connecting the terminals runs close to the waterfall, allowing passengers to stay aloft and see the swirls of jewels.

The top floor of the Jewels, the 14,000-square-metre Canopy Park, houses recreational attractions. Half of the gardens in the park include two gardens: The Topiary Walk and the Petal Garden. The former features topiary corners in the shape of animals, while the latter showcases seasonal floral arrangements. The park also includes a suspension bridge called Canopy Bridge, which is 23 metres above the ground and offers a panoramic view of the Rain River. At the height of 50 metres, the bridge has a glass floor in the middle that offers a view of Jewel Level 1.

The park is home to fine dining establishments such as Springs Aloha Poke, Arteastiq Bistro, Burger’ & Lobster, Heritage, Prive Rumour Bar’Grill, Tanuki Raw, World Flat and Tiger Street Lab are located on the fifth floor of Canopy Park. There is a fee of S$4.50 for Singaporeans and S$5 for foreigners to enter the park, plus an additional fee for the Maze Bridge and Net Experience Studio.

Residents staying at Jovell Condo will enjoy the potentially high capital gain that Jewel at Changi brings.

Changi Airport

Singapore Changi Airport, better known as Changi Airport, is a major civilian airport serving Singapore and is one of Asia’s largest transport hubs. As one of the busiest airports in the world in terms of international passenger and cargo traffic, it is currently ranked as a “World’s Best Airport” by Skytrax as “World’s Best Airport”, making it the first airport in the world to receive this award for eight consecutive years. It has also been ranked as one of the cleanest airports in the world and a highly-rated international transit airport. Changi is served by more than 100 airlines flying to over 400 cities in around 100 countries globally (as of 20 nov 2020). About 7,400 flights arrive at or depart from Changi each week – about one every 80 seconds.

In full-year 2019 figures released by the airport, 68,300,000 passengers were handled (a 4.0% year-on-year increase), the most in the airport’s 38-year history. This made it the seventh most bustling airport by international passenger traffic globally and the third busiest in Asia. In December 2019, the Changi Airport registered a total of 6.41 million passenger movements, the highest number ever recorded by the airport in a single month since it opened in 1981. The record for daily traffic movements was also broken on 20 December 2019, when 226,692 passengers were handled on that day. As well as being a significant passenger hub, the airport is also one of the busiest cargo airports in the world, handling 2.01 million tonnes of cargo in 2019. Total commercial aircraft movements decreased by 1.0% year-on-year in 2019 to 382,000. Since its opening, the airport has received more than 620 awards, including 28 “Best Airport” awards in 2019 alone. Changi Airport, work to mitigate the impact of ageing infrastructure includes continued mechanical upgrades to existing terminals and construction of new facilities to ensure high service quality standards at the airport.

Needless to say. The advantage of having airport staff eg. Pilots and stewardess brings goodness to the rental coffer.

Pasir Ris Park

Pasir Ris Park is a beautiful choice for a fun family outing. Much more than just a long, narrow beach (which isn’t limited in our opinion), there are many fun activities along the 6+ mile park. It’s no wonder that Pasir Ris Park and its surrounding areas are a popular choice for trips and short getaways inland. Charming and tranquil, Pasir Ris Park is a great place for families to spend a fun day, as well as everyday park activities such as pony rides, water sports, cycling, inline skating, and barbecue.

With several hiking trails and a Mangrove Boardwalk, visitors can explore the beauty of the mangrove forest and get close to its inhabitants. Bird watchers can carefully observe birds in their natural habitat at the three-storey Bird Watching Tower, located in the mangrove forest. Families can also enjoy hours of fun at the playground, one of the largest in Singapore.

The Jovell Site Plan

The Jovell comprises of 9 blocks of 8-storey residential building and 1 block of clubhouse. Facilities include 38 facilities, including a leisure pool of 2700 sqm and other family facilities such as children’s playground and kid’s pool. View image below for full site plan of The Jovell.


The Jovell Floor Plans

The Jovell’s floor plan designs are attended with meticulous attention and has one of the best space planning around. It uses a very efficient method with minimal wasted space. Since the zoning here is for a 1.4 plot ratio, unlike another area with plot ratios of 2.1 or higher, it won’t appear too congested or claustrophobic as the whole area is all mid-rise at most. (The plot ratio is the ratio of authorised built-up area to land area.) When one is at the showflat, do look closely at the excellent features and practical layouts.


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The Jovell Price

Type Unit Size Price
1 Bedroom 41 or 42 sqm SOLD OUT
1 Bedroom + Study 49 sqm $803K (Last Unit)
2 Bedroom 59 or 60 sqm From $805K
2 Bedroom + Study 62, 63 or 67 sqm From $875K
3 Bedroom 84, 93 or 96 sqm From $1.075M
4 Bedroom 118 sqm From $1.588M

The Jovell Brochure