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Piccadilly Grand Location


Integrated with Piccadilly Galleria which houses approximately 1,500 sqm of commercial offerings inclusive of shops and dining options, and a 500 sqm childcare centre. Piccadilly Grand is located at Northumberland Road at Farrer Park, an exciting neighbourhood of conserved shop houses, heritage sites, public housing and low- to mid-rise condominiums. Every seasoned home buyer and investor knows that acquiring real estate value is about location, location, location. Piccadilly Grand has an unparalleled location at Rest of Central Region, at the city’s corridor and being seamlessly linked to Farrer Park MRT Station. 

Piccadilly Grand Locality Map

Seamless Connectivity

Piccadilly Grand direct link to Farrer Park MRT NE8 affords residents vantage access not just to Farrer Park estate, but also to the rest of Singapore. It is 2 stops to Dhoby Ghaut MRT Interchange. Connectivity to the city is a breeze  with the strategic Thomson-East Coast MRT Line at Little India MRT Station, with direct stops to Orchard and Marina South in the City Centre, Woodlands in the North, and Changi Airport in the east in the future. Residents will be able to connect to all of the major lines – Circle Line, Downtown Line, North East Line, North-South Line and the East-West Line – via the NEL & TEL. Both the residential and retail components of Piccadilly Grand will be able to tap into a huge and affluent catchment.

Piccadilly Showflat’s Location At Gloucester Road – (Beside Farrer Road MRT Exit D) 


Piccadilly Grand is easily accessible,  served by the Little India MRT station And Farrer Park MRT station on the North East line, and Rochor MRT station and Jalan Besar MRT station on the Downtown line. Being seamlessly integrated with the Farrer Park MRTstation NE8 (Exit D), staying this close to MRT stations is a distinct privilege for those with foresight. The North East MRT lines make this part of District 08 well connected to the nearby attractions and to the rest of Singapore, not to mention the Central Expressway (CTE) & Pan Island Expressway (PIE) which will make going to city centre and the rest of Singapore a breeze. With direct connectivity to every hotspots in Singapore, such as Orchard Road, the Central Business District (CBD) and Marina Bay, Woodlands Regional Centre in the North and Changi airport in the East. Such proximity brings with it convenience, time-saving, and an assurance that your property will keep its value well.

When the TEL is completed around 2025, residents will have convenient access to many parts of the island, from Bukit Timah, Botanic Gardens, Orchard Road to Marina Bay and the East Coast. In addition, residents will be able to connect to all of the major lines – Circle Line, Downtown Line, North East Line, North-South Line and the East-West Line – via the TEL.



Both the residential and retail components of Piccadilly Grand will be able to tap into a huge and affluent catchment. Piccadilly Grand will add immeasurable convenience and ease to the daily lives of its residents. Piccadilly Grand seeks to bring fresh ideas to the neighbourhood while paying homage to the location and the rich heritage in the vicinity. The development will provide the Piccadilly Grand residents and Farrer Park community with new amenities and great convenience, while pushing boundaries in the realms of liveability and sustainability.

With recreational facilities above at Piccadilly Grand and F&B and retail at the first storey, as well as direct link to Farrer Park MRT, residents can look forward to conveniences of every kind. Feeling peckish? Simply take the lift down and take your pick of eateries. In the mood for an impromptu party? The supermarket at the doorstep has all you need to whip up some canapés, paired with wine or champagne as you please. And with a child care centre right at the same location, parents can devote themselves at work knowing that they are close to their children.


Residents can expect everything from mega malls to the creative niche mom-and-pop conserved shop-houses. Locals and tourists love to throng the streets and malls of Farrer Park to shop for anything from fresh produce at Tekka” and jewellery to antiques and electronics. Little India Singapore still retains its distinct charm, apart from its tourist attraction and is one of the most colourful and unique places to shop in Singapore.


Northumberland Road precinct is a food haven with its eclectic collection of culinary offerings. With its diverse regional cuisines of South Asia, which many foodies have proclaimed are even better than some of the best in the sub-continent! Besides ethnic Indian restaurants, foodies can embark on an international culinary journey without leaving the precinct. From Mexican tacos to a 60-year old Dim Sum shop to local hawker fare, it’s irresistible to make extra pitstops while exploring Farrer Park.


Piccadilly Grand’s location is well connected to establisehed schools for children of different ages. These includes primary schools within 1km such as St Joseph’s Primary School, St Margaret’s Primary School and Farrer Park Primary School. Within 2km, there are ACS Junior, ACS Primary and others. There are also tertiary institutions and international schools such as Singapore Management University, School  of The Arts, Lassale College, NAFA and Nanyang Polytechnic and Stamford America International School.

Surrounded By Rich Cultural Heritage

The ~8732.9 sqm Piccadilly Grand plot is close to vast trails of cultural heritage, conservation and historic sites. Residents can expects a multitude of festivals, events, social projects, epicurean journeys, community activities, art collaborations, smart technology initiatives – a whole suites of buzz, and an unceasing zest of passion. It is a uniquely vibrant precinct with harmonious intercultural spirit on the local and global stage.

History & Heritage

The Northumberland Road Farrer Park precinct in the 1840s saw Europeans of chiefly British stock lived and mingled there – their lives revolving around a racecourse, hence the streets named Racecourse Road, Dunlop Street and Campbell Lane. “Indians started their convergence once cattle trading, betel nut plantations and brick kilns took root. The fortuitous huddle also brought together opportunists of other races and beliefs. Chinese temples, mosques and the House of Tan Teng Niah thus flourished, making Little India a cultural center, vibrant and colourful and IG-worthy!”  –

Arts & Culture

Northumberland locality exudes “bohemian-hipster” vibes with distinctive and IG-worthy murals and street art; a sharp contrast to the pristine and sans-graffiti streetscape on the island. Stroll along the enclave’s back alleys, and your eyes will be peeled on flamboyantly detailed murals showcasing Singapore’s colourful past. Locals and tourists can also embark on an official “Little India Walking Trails” to explore this mazy enclave, of labyrinth of streets, lanes, back alleys, cross junctions and nooks & corners.

An artist’s impression of the future Farrer Park, which will preserve the area’s sporting heritage. PHOTO: URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


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