Living at the top of the world: the biggest condos in Singapore
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably heard the news that British billionaire James Dyson has smashed the records for buying Singapore’s most expensive super penthouse ever, which also happens to be Singapore’s largest penthouse.
But what are some of the other largest penthouses in Singapore? Here, we take a look at 8 of them.
1. Wallich Residence – 21,108 sq ft
Situated at the top part of Singapore’s tallest building, Guaco Tower, The Wallich Residence rests on the 39th to the 64th floor of the mixed-development and offers units up to 3,509 sqft. The building is designed by the same renowned architectural firm that designed the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago.
James Dyson’s new $73.8 million, triplex super penthouse is now Singapore’s largest, at 21,108 sq ft.
2. The Marq – 17,642 sq ft
The Marq on Paterson Hill is a freehold condominium located in Orchard, the heart of Singapore’s premier shopping and entertainment belt.
There are 66 exclusive units in total, including three penthouses ranging from 7,180 – 17,642 sq ft. Each unit has its own private pool and roof terrace.
It is also the first condominium in the world to have swimming pools cantilevered on every unit of the building, so residents can enjoy the pool while soaking the panoramic view of the Orchard skyline.
3. Le Nouvel Ardmore – 13,875 sq ft
Le Nouvel Ardmore is a luxury condominium situated at Ardmore Park in District 10. The main standout of this project is the building’s stunning facade, designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel.
You know this is a highly luxurious project when 43 of the masterfully designed units exceed 3,800 sq ft and one of Alibaba’s founders reportedly snapped a double penthouse unit for $51 million in 2015.
4. Reflections At Keppel Bay – 13,293 sq ft
Coming in at #4 is the multiple award-winning, Reflections At Keppel Bay. Located on the private Keppel Island, the building itself is an architectural feat; six glass towers at varying heights rise like beacons of light at the water’s edge, offering an unrivalled view of the surrounding. It consists of 1,129 meticulously designed luxury homes, chief among them is the six-bedroom grand penthouse.
5. Hilltops – 12,600 sq ft
Hilltops is a nature-themed condominium in Orchard comprising of 240 units, including two, three, four and five-bedroom units ranging from 800 sq ft to 2,800 sq ft. The crown of it is the super penthouse.
The design incorporates a modern design with several high-class facilities including a 50m swimming pool, jacuzzi and wading pool flanked by a glass-walled gymnasium.
6. Concourse Skyline – 11,130 sq ft
Concourse Skyline is a mixed-development project located at Beach Road and comprises of 360 high-end apartment units and two super penthouses.
This towering development offers its residents a sweeping view of Singapore’s cityscape, which can be admired from the comfort of their home. The development overlooks the pit lane of the Singapore Grand Prix, the Singapore Sports Hub, the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort, the Singapore Flyer, and Gardens by the Bay.
Centrally located in the heart of the Central Business District, the development boasts a suite of recreational facilities such as a lap pool, a hot spa, a wading pool, a jacuzzi, and more.
7. Boulevard Vue – 11,098 sq ft
Boulevard Vue is a highly-exclusive residential development in Orchard, comprising only of 28 units, including 26 apartments and two penthouses.
Like the rest of the superb condos on this list, it comes with a whole range of facilities such as 25m lap pool, reflection pool, fine dining area, heated pool, spa kitchen, spa lounge, and concierge services.
8. Sculptura Ardmore – 10,300 sq ft
Situated in Orchard, Sculptura Ardmore represents one of Singapore’s most prestigious buildings. The building has 36 storeys housing 35 apartments ranging from 4,200 sq ft to 11,000 sq ft.
The pinnacle of the building, however, is the duplex penthouse. The buyer of the super penthouse is rumoured to be none other than Facebook’s co-founder, Eduardo Saverin. He paid $60 million for it in 2017, making it the most expensive penthouse in Singapore (and giving him the bragging rights) until it was recently eclipsed by James Dyson’s new super penthouse.
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