One Pearl Bank To Preview This Saturday

Fiona Ho12 Jul 2019

The sales gallery of One Pearl Bank, the development replacing the iconic One Pearl Bank Apartments, will be opened for public viewing this Saturday (13 July), with bookings starting from 20 July.

Set to become the tallest residential development within the Outram district, One Pearl Bank comprises two curved 39-storey towers that are joined by sky bridges at the roof.

The 774-unit development features a vast array of unit types ranging from studio to penthouses, with sizes starting from 431 sq ft for a studio unit to 2,788 sq ft for the biggest of four penthouses offered. Unit prices start from under $1 million.

Set for completion in 2023, One Pearl Bank is the first residential development to offer a total of 18 sky allotment gardens, where residents can grow their own produce.

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In a release, CapitaLand revealed that residents can move in at their new home as soon as they collect their keys. This comes as all units offer fully-integrated kitchens, air-conditioning, built-in lighting, curtains and cabinetry as part of the development’s renovation-zero concept.

“One Pearl Bank offers homebuyers a rare opportunity to enjoy the convenience of city living amidst the tranquillity of a garden setting,” said Ronald Tay, CEO of CapitaLand Singapore, Malaysia & Indonesia, Residential & Retail.

“Attractively priced for urbanites to own a home in a mature estate, One Pearl Bank’s location perfectly complements city-dwellers’ lifestyles with its connectivity to three train lines, proximity to the business district and host of dining and entertainment options at the intersection of the vibrant Chinatown, Keong Saik, Tiong Bahru enclaves as well as Fort Canning and Civic Districts.”

“The upcoming rejuvenation of Pearl’s Hill City Park as part of the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s Draft Master Plan 2019 means that residents can take a stroll to Fort Canning Park via the Singapore River in future,” he added.

Fiona Ho, Digital Content Manager at PropertyGuru, edited this story. To contact her about this or other stories, email


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