South Beach – panoramic ultra-luxury by the bay
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  • 10 September 2020

South Beach – panoramic ultra-luxury by the bay

Perched atop the deluxe JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, starting from the 22nd floor upwards to the lofty 45th floor at the top, South Beach Residences is uniquely sited to enjoy sweeping views of Marina Bay, the CBD, Padang and Singapore River.

The brainchild of Foster + Partners, an architectural firm headed by the widely acclaimed Sir Norman Foster, South Beach is sited at the fringe of the business district, on an island site at the intersection of Beach Road and Bras Basah Road.

This ultra-luxury development therefore enjoys a strategic position at the crossroads of the downtown financial core, historical civic district and the Kampong Glam conservation area – and offers privileged residents an extraordinary experience that blends the exciting cosmopolitan pulse with the rich multicultural heritage of early Singapore.

Given its excellent location, South Beach Residences enjoy excellent accessibility and connectivity. The development has direct access to four MRT lines, with Esplanade station on the Circle Line and City Hall (an interchange for the East-West and North-South Lines) being the nearest, while Promenade station on Downtown Line is a short 10-minute walk away.

An extensive road network, including the adjacent Nicoll Highway and the nearby East Coast Parkway (ECP) and Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE), makes travelling by car a breeze. The CBD and the premium Orchard Road shopping belt are respectively 5  and 10 minutes away, while iconic destinations such as the Marina Bay Sands, National Gallery Singapore, the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, Asian Civilisation Museum and Gardens by the Bay dot the vibrant landscape around South Beach and are all within easy reach.

An icon to many, home to few

True to the development’s slogan “Icon to many, home to few”, South Beach Residences offers an exclusive suite of 190 luxury residential apartments with cosy 2-bedroom units starting at 990 sq ft to 3-bedroom apartments reaching 1,959 sq ft and finally leading up to the sprawling 3- and 4- bedroom penthouses generously spread over 4,424 sq ft and 4,446 sq ft respectively.

In addition to fittings and finishings of superlative calibre – such as a suite of Miele fittings in a Bulthaup-fitted kitchen to gold-veined Italian marble vanity countertops – each and every South Beach home has also been thoughtfully designed to furnish an exceptional living experience through an impressive lineup of 105 different configurations. Residents, for example, can alternatively opt for panoramic balconies resembling patios in landed property, or dispense with these altogether in favour of indoor living space.

Sky Gardens on the 22nd and 32nd floors offer quiet repose and recreation. Residents can also opt to unwind in the spa pool, or go for more vigorous exercise in the infinity lap pool, outdoor fitness zone or indoor gym. Alternatively, they can head over to the reading room or various well-appointed lobbies and communal areas.

Leveraging on its co-location with a world-class hotel, a distinguishing feature of living in South Beach Residences is that residents also get to enjoy exclusive access to JW Marriott’s Signature Residential Services* – which include an extensive list of privileges courtesy of the hotel, and residential hosts who provide on-demand concierge service.

For the discerning home seeker, South Beach Residences offer more than just a luxury domicile. Rather, this iconic development is an unequivocal statement of international living at its very best, and a trophy home in this remarkable place is surely the preferred choice of corporate and social elites.

 Click here to get an overview of the South Beach integrated development.

* Selected services are chargeable. Terms and conditions apply.

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