THE LEVELZ

Address: 38 FARRER ROAD
Type: Condo
Tenure: Freehold
District: 10
No. of Units: 126
Estimated TOP: 2004
Developer: CAPITALAND RESIDENTIAL

The Levelz possesses a style of living designed for those of you who know what you are looking for. Built on an incline, the Levelz is designed with clean structural lines nestled against the lush foliage. Combining stunning aesthetics with serene living space, the Levelz brings you a sophisticated haven away from the hustle and bustle of the city life.

Built to provide a holistic selection of facilities that will enhance the lifestyle of the modern cosmopolitan - for leisure, fitness, relaxation and contemplation. Tucked among lush greenery is the cosy reading room, promising a new level of focus. The perfect place to take a good book and let your mind unwind.

To further enhance the quiet lifestyle, the Levelz provides you a new feature, usually found only in spa resorts, now just a step away. Enjoy peace and solitude on the “Treehouse” platform, and let the breeze bring you to another world.

Put your fitness prowess to the test with a vigorous workout in the lap pool, designed to bring out the athletic side of you. Dip in the hydro-massage pool take away the tension, or the hot and cold spa for blood circulation.

Each unit benefits from the ceiling views that give you a sense of space. The unobstructed full height windows in the living area, master bedroom and master bathroom connects you to the outdoors and greenery, blending nature and home to create your ideal living haven.

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FACILITIES AT THE LEVELZ

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • JACUZZI
  • READING ROOM
  • PUTTING GREEN
  • TENNIS
  • FITNESS STATION
  • FUNCTION ROOM
  • GYM
  • BBQ
  • COVERED CAR PARK
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

FARRER ROAD MRT STATION
Distance: 0.51 km

HOLLAND VILLAGE MRT STATION
Distance: 1.04 km

TAN KAH KEE MRT STATION
Distance: 1.34 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

HWA CHONG INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 1.44 km

MELBOURNE SPECIALIST INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 1.6 km

AVONDALE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Distance: 2.11 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

NANYANG PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 0.87 km

NEW TOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.66 km

RAFFLES GIRLS' PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.79 km

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Re: Advice needed - got an offer while another branch of the company is pending

rajagainstthemachine:
I was in the same situation as OP when I first responded to this thread.

I had company 1 give me a second round interview for next week, then I had company 2 call me at night to organise an interview the next day, I was offered the job at the end of the interview, and had the contract that day to look over. Company 2 then gave me a deadline of midday the next day to choose to take the position.

After being in Singapore since March and these being the first interviews I've had it was super difficult to turn down the guaranteed job, but I did. No point settling just because they think im desperate.

Turns out for the best, I've found out that the reason a better job turned me down was because they couldn't or didn't want to sponsor me... because they didn't understand what a LOC was, so hopefully that will be explained to them and things will progress with that job.

Otherwise I'm fairly certain I'll get the job from company 1, though pay isn't ideal (leave is 24 days a year though... sooo...)

In your case thats just ridiculous! Being asked to commit to a decision with less than a day to decide!

Re: 23F Working for IT company :) Let's go out and have fun!

hkfoodie:
Hey there :) I'm a 22F also super new to SG! Looking to meet a social circle outside work as well!

Re: roasted coffee beans

Strong Eagle:
On Balestier Road

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Bales ... 03.8523054

Re: Whatsapp Meetup group

hkfoodie:
Hi guys! I'm a 22F new to SG as well, and would love to meet more people. :) Could I please get added? Thanks!

Re: roasted coffee beans

x9200:
That place?
https://www.facebook.com/tionghoesc/

Looks good. I work near the Ayer Raja cluster so it's less than 5 min for me on a motorbike. Thanks again.

Re: roasted coffee beans

taxico:
i made a mistake - blk 168. they are literally right beside each other (like, 5 seconds to cross over).

google the blk, road name, and the word "coffee" and give them a call before you go. that's where i used to buy my coffee from (but not in 1kg bag as i like them freshly roasted).

Legal Document translation

aarkady:
Hi all,

Please help me to find best translation agency for legal document translations in Singapore.

Thanks in Advance

Regards
Aarkady

Re: Sundry humour

toorak_girl:


Re: Advice needed - got an offer while another branch of the company is pending

NZinSG:
I was in the same situation as OP when I first responded to this thread.

I had company 1 give me a second round interview for next week, then I had company 2 call me at night to organise an interview the next day, I was offered the job at the end of the interview, and had the contract that day to look over. Company 2 then gave me a deadline of midday the next day to choose to take the position.

After being in Singapore since March and these being the first interviews I've had it was super difficult to turn down the guaranteed job, but I did. No point settling just because they think im desperate.

Turns out for the best, I've found out that the reason a better job turned me down was because they couldn't or didn't want to sponsor me... because they didn't understand what a LOC was, so hopefully that will be explained to them and things will progress with that job.

Otherwise I'm fairly certain I'll get the job from company 1, though pay isn't ideal (leave is 24 days a year though... sooo...)

Re: Hair loss treatment

toorak_girl:


Husband's GP recommended to try Regaine ( ), with a small chance of hair-growth, and a larger chance of slowing hair-loss. Hubby hadn't grown any hair, but he says when he went off it he seemed to lose more. GP also said that the only reason he recommended this is that if this doesn't work, we know we've done our best, and not to waste good money on any of the myriad expensive hair-loss products being marketed out there.

It's available off the shelf at Guardian ) too, but their website doesn't seem to show it.

Hubby did go to a dermatologist though, who gave prescription Finasteride . Same results - taking it *seems* to slow things down, that's all. Like the GP, the dermatologist was up-front about the chances.

Personally, with either treatment, I can't tell if it's all one big placebo effect in the name of hope. I'd say go visit a dermatologist and get real medical advice before paying for any treatment out there.

Re: Bloated stomach

toorak_girl:
my stomach get very bloated.

I keep healthy diet but any one can also suggest me medicine can help me relief stomach gas.

I've a similar issue as you, not just here in Singapore but in Oz.

Motilium has helped, but I've been taking probiotics lately which has alleviated the need for Motilium. I use Inner Health (refrigerated type), but I can't find it here.

So, here's some probiotics from Guardian, take your pick:

Re: roasted coffee beans

x9200:
Ha, thanks Taxico! Going to check them out on Monday.

Re: roasted coffee beans

taxico:
blk 169 stirling road, near fairprice. your nose will lead you there.

Re: Bloated stomach

taxico:
what medication did the dr prescribe you? (include frequency and dosage)

Re: PR rejected, need some perspective

PNGMK:
Chin up old sport. You can continue to re-apply. Don't be so disheartened - the PR process is actually not completely opaque and I'm sure as you gather information you'll understand it's not about you personally but about what you are to the Singapore government; (i.e. it's not a personal judgement but an objective one).