The block that holds the residences is presumably on the plot of land that is on the junction between Paya Lebar Road and Sims Avenue, that is Park Place Residences at PLQ
Are one way and they diverge from Paya Lebar Road into either Sims Avenue toward Geylang, or straight down to Geylang Road or Guillemard Road. The residential plot of land will probably be closest to the MRT Interchange.
The new development will even be linked to the new subterranean link-way to Paya Lebar interchange. At this time, it truly is uncertain how much the link-way will stretch and if it is going to really be reachable from all the blocks.
Paya Lebar is now in a whirlwind of a construction at the moment. For online/offline shopping, the old Singpost building is getting heavily remodelled around the MRT station.
More notably, it’s seeing a cinema being built.
A new park connector has been constructed and it runs in between the Paya Lebar Quarter site and Singpost. The large drain that empties out into the Geylang River sometimes cuts through the park.
Paya Lebar Square opposite the train station is a hive of retail shops and restaurants and it is constantly buzzing with activity. There several offices here also, including the Lifelong Learning Institute and the Singapore Productivity Centre. Behind Paya Lebar Square is SISTIC.
Paya Lebar Quarter is as mentioned, next to the train station. It overlooks the train tracks and spans two big fields on this side of the road.