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Developer: South Beach Consortium Pte Ltd (City Developments Limited and IOI Properties Group)
Address: 28 Beach Road Singapore 189762
Total Units: 190
Price from: $3,376,000
2 bedrooms (936 – 1,798sqft) 88 units
3 bedrooms (1,604 – 2,282sqft) 61 units
4 bedrooms (2,239 – 2,616sqft) 35 units
Penthouse (3,897 – 6,728sqft) 6 units
Project details :
South Beach Residences is the residential component of the iconic integrated development South Beach. It spans from 23rd floor upwards to 45th floor. Sitting atop the 5-star luxurious 654-room JW Mariott Hotel Singapore South Beach, residents can get to enjoy the special privileges from JW Mariott Hotel Singapore, as part of the South Beach Residential Services.
In addition to South Beach Residences and JW Mariott Hotel Singapore South Beach, South Beach also comprises of 4 conservation buildings – the former non-commissioned Officers’ Club Building and part of the former Beach Road camp, one 510,000 sqft office tower, a 32,000 sqft of retail space on street level and basement which offers a wide choice of coffee joints, cafe, restaurants and pubs.
Stategically located in the Marina Bay, each residential unit offers an unparalleled panoramic sea and / or city view which showcases some of the best architectural masterpieces that dot the waterfront, such as The Esplanade Theatres by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay and the Singapore icon – Raffles Singapore.
The Beach Road precinct is undergoing an exciting transformation indeed:
1 Dec 2018: New Shaw Tower to blend in with Ophir-Rochor makeover
1 Dec 2018: Keen developer interest expected for Bugis GLS sites
Right in the midst of this transformation, South Beach Residences is the residential component of iconic integrated development SOUTH BEACH. It is directly linked to Esplanade MRT and City Hall MRT stations.
MONEY MIND: “Living the High Life in the CBD”
I stay in a modest apartment in the CBD myself. Every evening, I walk 3.5km around the Marina Bay, and see hordes of tourists enjoying themselves. And I always wonder to myself: Why are Singaporeans not enjoying themselves here?