A First Look at Park Place Residences

An artist's perspective of the Park Place Residences property

Are you looking forward to purchasing luxury property in Singapore? Do you want to live near a number of the country's reputable schools? Are you looking for a place to stay near the country's top entertainment nooks? Do you want to invest in real estate for the future? You should consider Lendlease's new project. Park Place Residences has 429 luxury apartments. It is part of a large mixed used commercial development known as Paya Lebar Quarter. The apartments are located at 2, 6, and 8 Paya Lebar Road.

Three towers comprise Park Place Residences. Each tower has 17 stories. Retail shops are the focus of each tower's first story. Three types of units are available to cater to every budget. 

The one-bedroom unit is one. The floor size for this unit is 500-600 square feet. Customers can avail this unit for a price range of SGD 800,000-960,000. 

The two-bedroom unit has an area range of 650-900 square feet. A price range of SGD 1,040,000-1,440,000 accompanies this apartment. Finally, the three-bedroom unit boasts a floor size of 1,050-1,350 square feet. The price range of SGD 1,680,000 – 2,160,000 comes with this unit.

Park Place Residences connects to the city-state through various ways. The Pan Island Expressway, East Coast Parkway, and the Nicoll Highway are examples of these connections. 

You can commute via train or bus as the property is very accessible.Entertainment centers such as the CBD, Changi Business Park, and Marina Bay are also near the area. 

Students from Kong Hwa School, Tanjong Katong, Victoria Junior College, and Temasek Polytechnic won’t have a difficult time getting to school. This is because Park Place Residences is only a few minutes away from these prestigious institutions by car.

Young professionals, newly-wed couples, and starting families will greatly enjoy this property. Although pricier than standard living spaces, it is a long-term investment for future-driven Singaporeans.

Interested? Take a more detailed look here.