People tend to think of the [email protected] when they think of HDBs with sleek modern architecture.
Now they can add [email protected] to that association.
The apartments were designed to embody three ideas: housing in a park, connectivity to surroundings, and multi-generational living.
Completed in 2015, the HDB features a "stacked" design similar to that of the Interlace in Queenstown or Sky Habitat in Bishan.
At set intervals between floors, you can also find rooftop gardens.
The building won multiple awards for its design, including the Royal Institute of British Architects Award (RIBA) for international excellence in 2016.
[email protected] consists of five towers ranging from 40 to 43 stories.
The building features loft units that come with a connecting studio apartment that can be accessed from the mezzanine floor, to facilitate multi-generational living.
Only the loft units in the development have this adjoining apartment feature. The rest of the units in the block have a more standard HDB layout.
According to SRX, prices range from about S$700,000 to more than S$1 million, depending on the size of the unit.
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