According to www.thenewfuturacondo.com.sg, there is a new living option opening up for Singapore denizens. Truth is, why wouldn’t one want to live in Singapore? Citizens of the island city enjoy a higher than average lifespan, living in a city, that while not bustling with uniforms, is nonetheless rated as very low in crime. Plus, they live in a globally recognized commercial, financial and transportation nexus. High rises spring up like wild flowers in Singapore, many with luxury amenities. To get a gander at one such cyber-hop over to www.thenewfuturacondo.com.sg.
The New Futura project has a prospectus that entails the development of two very modern towers. Truth be told, the architectural design, created by the multiple-award winning firm, ADDP Architects LLP, appears distictly worthy of a Star Wars poster. The pair of highly futuristic thirty-six story high towers, when taken in tandem with their allotted plot parameters, are designed to encompass two blocks, roughly eighty-seven thousand feet. Lush green gardens and a swimming pool sized so as not to be entirely dwarfed by its giant twin overseers completes the projects’ obvious visuals, as can be easily be confirmed by a visit to www.thenewfuturacondo.com.sg Although certainly there is bound to be much more to this obviously intended bastion of luxury. Private lift use will be available for all of the towers’ intended 124 units. There will also be communal facilities and joint basement car parking.
Besides the foreseeably agreeable accommodations, Futura dwellers will have the added bonus of a desirable address, on Leonie Hill Road, which is part of Singapore’s coveted residential district 9. All of which makes it highly accessible to the famous Orchard road, a veritable entertainment and fashion Mecca for Singaporites, besides being a well-known enclave for hip hangouts and upscale eateries. Singapore’s Central Business district is also at a handy distance. And commuters will undoubtedly appreciate the close proximity of their new digs to The Somerset MET Station.