Amber Park Review Layout, Pamphlet & Cost Download Updated 2019.

With a revised plot ratio of 2.8, New Amber Park  will be redeveloped to accommodate a high-rise development, comprising of 592 property apartment or condos consisting of 3 blocks of 21 floors and a sky garden on the 22th floor. It comes with complete centers, distinctly comtemporary in details and thoroughly curated with finest products and textures. The majority of the units are North-South confronting with many systems having sea views. The landscape will be filled with centers and abundant components of greenery for the residents’ satisfaction. The architecture was designed and crafted to utlilise views it provides while outdoor spaces connect the structure to the aspects of nature. The towers are developed with full-height glass exteriors to increase spectacular views of the environments, standing apart against the skyline.

3. There are a great deal of shopping center to fulfill your every product needs nearby making your stay at the place even much easier going and time saving. Malls like Parkway Parade, Katong Shopping Amber Park mall, i12 Katong Mall, and Roxy Square are close-by and available. It lies in the Amber Road enclave, near the upcoming Tanjong Katong MRT station, which is expected to be completed in 2023.
Easy access to significant expressways consisting of East Coast Parkway (ECP), Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE) and Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE). Less than 3 minutes stroll to Future Tanjong Katong MRT (TEL). Be surrounded by myriad facilities such as Parkway Parade, Katong V, I12 Katong, KINEX Shopping Mall and Katong Shopping Center and the historical Joo Chiat Heritage zone.

SINGAPORE – Amber Park offered 115 units at an early bird typical rate of $2,425 per square foot, after the 592-unit East Coast condo job released over the weekend. This accounted for 77 percent of the 150 systems launched by City Advancement Limited (CDL) and its joint endeavor partner Hong Realty. Amber Park tops by tape-recording the strongest launch weekend sales for a freehold task this year.
Formerly referred to as Amber Park, The Opus was acquired by City Developments Ltd and Hong Leong who changed the name. Built in 1986, this complex drew in a total of 8 bidders. The Opus leading bid was S$ 906.7 m and belonged to CDL who renamed this complex. it is predicted that the developers can anticipate generous gross sale proceeds between S$ 4.3 million & S$ 8.3 million each. Consisting of 200 condominiums, The Opus cost shows a land rate costing about S$ 1,515 per sq. ft. per plot ratio.