What comes into mind whenever a renovation occurs? Perhaps, a building’s façade will change. Or a new section is added to the building to cater to new products and or services offered by the establishment.
However, for condominiums, a renovation means more than just changing how it looks. Sometimes, renovating means changing the entirety of the structure and the services it offers.
In Singapore, there are a lot of ongoing renovations and building constructions. Despite the limited space of the city, developers still manage to incorporate new and innovative ideas to their establishments. And one good example of this is the recent Amber Park redevelopment.
Already an iconic landmark in the city, Amber Park is the largest Freehold new launch in District 15. However, the developers of the newest condo added new twists to it. If you’re curious with the latest developments, take a look at them here.
- Three 21-storey towers housing 592 units
- Old Amber Park condo previously consisted of 27-storey high twin towers
- Difference in height is compensated with a communal sky garden on top of the three towers
- Scenic views of Marina Bay
- Units are now facing the north side, offering a wider view of the beach
- The Stratosphere – a communal sky garden atop the three towers, offers the following facilities:
- Fitness and recreation areas
- More diverse unit type choices
- Old Amber Park previously offers only 3-bedroom and penthouse units
- Buyers can now choose from 1-bedroom to 5-bedroom units, some with a study included
- Only 4 penthouse units are available
Though the developers haven’t announced the Amber Park price yet, it is already expected that the prices are high. It’s pretty much understandable, what with all the additional fixtures and maximization of the views.
To sum it up, you’re paying not only for the space you’re occupying, but also the scenic views the condo offers.