MARINA BAY RESIDENCES

Address: 18 MARINA BOULEVARD
Type: Condo
Tenure: 99-year Leasehold
District: 01
No. of Units: 428
Estimated TOP: 2010
Developer: KEPPEL LAND, HONG KONG LAND, CHEUNG KONG HOLDINGS LTD

Poised to become the most desirable address in Singapore, Marina Bay Residences is a new iconic landmark that will redefine the meaning of luxurious living.

Set in the heart of the brand new Marina Bay district, Marina Bay Residences offers residents a superb selection of business and pleasure activities. The Marina Bay Financial Centre is right next door and the corporate and business centre of Raffles Place is less than a five minute stroll away. With the new Marina Bay Sands integrated resort and the Esplanade just across the Bay, Marina Bay Residences is the ultimate location for living, working and playing.

Marina Bay Residences will place residents at the very heart of exciting Marina Bay and connect them to the rest of Singapore via the East Coast Parkway, the Raffles Place Mass Rapid Transport(MRT) station and the upcoming Circle Line MRT. The rest of the world is close by too - thanks to Marina Bay Residences offering easy access to Changi Airport. Residents can even commute to work along the Singapore River via river taxis.

At Marina Bay Residences, you will be surrounded by a vast array of entertainment options thanks to the exciting new Marina Bay Sands integrated resort right next door.

This landmark in entertainment will also offer the most exquisite cuisine from around the world. Over a dozen restaurants, including six destination-style restaurants managed by world famous chefs from the US, Japan, Australia and Italy, are set to make Marina Bay and Singapore the epicurean capital of Asia.

You will also be able to enjoy world-class entertainment in two 2,000-seat theatres. Or explore the fascinating worlds revealed by a unique ArtScience Museum.

At Marina Bay Residences you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to superb dining experiences. Dine al fresco under the stars and by the water, at Boat Quay and the Marina Bay Waterfront. Enjoy the most exquisite repasts at Singapore's finest restaurants and hotels. Food lovers will also be able to treat themselves to authentic local cuisine at famous food centres. Whatever your tastes and fancies, Marina Bay Residences will meet your desires.

Your new home at Marina Bay Residences will put you in close proximity to the finest shopping in Singapore. You will be in the midst of some of the world's most exclusive retailer brands including Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus. Down by the new waterfront at Marina Bay, you will have a selection of shops and boutiques to explore. A short stroll will take you to mega malls like Marina Square and Suntec City. And you can be in the shopping mecca of Orchard Road in less than 10 minutes. Whether for life's daily necessities or the most luxurious brands, Marina Bay Residences puts you close to everything.

Art lovers and theatre goers are well catered for at Marina Bay Residences. Just across the Bay, the stunning esplanade regularly hosts world-renowned artists and world-class performances. With the conversion of the old Supreme Court and City Hall buildings into Singapore's new National Art Gallery, you will be able to enjoy the critically acclaimed Asian and international artworks. An exciting revamp of the Collyer Quay will create a whole new space to show case the arts. And, even closer to home, Marina Bay Residences homeowners can explore the fascinating art galleries and boutiques that will line the new waterfront. Immediately adjacent to Marina Bay Residences, the Central Promontory will be a signature waterfront development that will be home to many public attractions, including a museum, art gallery, science centre, planetarium or aquarium. It will also house retail, food and beverage, recreational and entertainment outlets as well as possible convention halls.

Living at Marina Bay Residences puts you in close proximity to the green sanctuaries of the Gardens By The Bay. These stunning parks and gardens will further enhance Singapore's reputation as a beautiful garden city. The 54-ha Marina South garden is planned around giant tree-like structures for orchids and ferns, shell-shaped cooled conservatories that showcase flowers and plants from more temperate climates and a mini-lake. Plans for the 30-ha Marina East garden include wind-and water-themed gardens featuring lotus ponds, eateries set amidst herb and vegetable gardens and a nature education centre. A third 10-ha garden in Marina Centre is also planned for.

Marina Bay Residences offers the perfect setting to enjoy the sights and sounds of aquatic water sports, such as jet ski and wakeboard championships, water skiiing, canoeing and dragon boating in the newly created fresh water Marina Bay Reservoir. For those who desire less energetic pursuits, a jog or gentle stroll around the Bay will allow you to savour the glint of golden sunlight sparkling on tranquil waters and the stunning skyline of the city. You could even indulge yourself with a cruise on one of the many River taxis that meander up and down the Singapore River and the Bay.

As well as being your exclusive sanctuary of luxury, Marina Bay Residences places you in the very centre of things. The Central Business District and Raffles Place are literally right at your doorstep. Wireless broadband internet connections mean that you are never out of touch anywhere within the Residences. And, because it is integrated with the landmark Marina bay Financial Centre, Marina Bay Residences offer you the ultimate living and working choices in the very heart of Singapore's newest business district.

How many people can claim ownership of a stunning home created by one of the world's leading architects? The fortunate owners of Marina Bay Residences will be members of this very exclusive club.

Conceived and created by New York-based Gene Kohn of Kohn Pedersen Fox, the crystal-like architectural design of Marina Bay Residences is destined to become a landmark on the Bay and will add a signature image to Singapore's skyline.

The facade of Marina Bay Residences is illuminated from below, creating a glorious night-time landmark. The sculpted crowns and sky gardens at the top are dramatically lit from the inside, forming a visual dialogue with the other crowns of the CBD skyline.

On its 7th floor, Marina Bay Residences provides a complete range of superb condominium facilities that combine stunning views with sumptuous luxury. Splash out in the lap pool and children's pool, relax in the jacuzzi, stroll through open pavilions, enjoy intense workouts in the gym or wind down with a cool evening barbecue and take in the glorious sights of the sea, the Bay and the CBD skyline.

On the 47th floor, Marina Bay Residences takes luxury to a new level with a wonderful spa-like retreat that sets you high above it all. Here you can relax and escape from the challenges of a busy working day by practicing yoga as the lights of the city glitter and dance far below you. Relaxation and meditation corners as well as cosy function rooms allow you to escape to your very own exclusive world of luxury.

When you live at Marina Bay Residences, you will join a very select few. And the magnificent 47th floor Sky Lounge is a fitting reflection of this achievement. Mix and mingle with other high flyers and achievers as you enjoy the most privilege views in Singapore. A superb wine cellar and select cigar room complete the ambience of total exclusivity.

The incredible beauty of the views that you will enjoy from you living room are matched only by the luxurious fixtures and fittings that adorn you entire apartment. Create your own unique environment within the capacious and well-planned spaces of your home. Marina Bay Residences represents the epitome of luxury living and truly reflects your accomplishments in life.

At Marina Bay Residences you will be able to wake up every morning to the glorious sight of the sun sparkling on the Bay. Enjoy a delicious cup of coffee as you relax on the balcony and savour the cool sea breezes. Every day at Marina Bay Residences is a gift to the senses and a confirmation of your good taste. For the ultimate lifestyle of luxury on Marina Bay, there is only one place to be... Marina Bay Residences.

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FACILITIES AT MARINA BAY RESIDENCES

  • LAP POOL
  • REFLECTING POOL
  • CHILDREN'S POOL
  • JACUZZI
  • CLUBHOUSE
  • GYMNASIUM
  • STEAM BATH
  • FUNCTION ROOM
  • KTV
  • PLAYGROUND
  • BASEMENT CAR PARK
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

DOWNTOWN MRT STATION
Distance: 0.26 km

MARINA BAY MRT STATION
Distance: 0.36 km

BAYFRONT MRT STATION
Distance: 0.5 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

JEWELLERY DESIGN & MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 1.87 km

INSWORLD INSTITUTE
Distance: 2.76 km

CHATSWORTH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (ORCHARD)
Distance: 3.16 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

CANTONMENT PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.75 km

RIVER VALLEY PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 2.68 km

STAMFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 2.69 km

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