What we like
- Convenience to public transport and amenities. (less than 5 minutes walk)
- Close to city centre
- Sky garden at level 12 which connects all the blocks
- Self-sustaining development with eateries, retail options and childcare centre
What we don't like
- —Small road and lanes in the vicinity with likelihood of congestions
- —Some 4-room flat types here are very small at 76 sqm
- —Dated look
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Central Horizon HDB is an interesting development due to its history. Unlike most HDBs today, Central Horizon was actually built in the 1960s and was a landmark of its own as it was the longest curved residential block in Singapore and was a quick fix to Singapore’s rapidly-growing population (then).
In 2000, residents were moved to blocks 181 and 183 temporarily as the building was slated for demolition in 2003 to cater to new housing needs and optimise land usage....