Reflections at Keppel Bay
|Location|| : Keppel Bay View|
|Type of development|| : Condominium|
|Tenure|| : 99-year leasehold|
|No of Units|| : 1,129 |
|Sales Status|| : 96% of 950 launched units sold (end-Mar 2014)|
About 150 units set aside for corporate residences
Reflections at Keppel Bay is the second phase of the residential development in the Keppel Bay waterfront precinct.
Designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, Reflections at Keppel Bay comprises a total of 1,129 luxurious waterfront condominium units housed in six glass towers of 24 storeys and 41 storeys as well as 11 blocks of 6- to 8-storey villa blocks. It offers choice units of 1- to 4-bedroom apartments and penthouses with sizes ranging from 700 sf to a super penthouse of 13,300 sf.
The towers are topped with sky gardens on sloping roof lines. Sky bridges connect each pair of towers, providing pockets of open spaces high above the ground and platforms for appreciating the panoramic views of the sea and the lush surroundings.
This iconic development features a sculpture-like clubhouse with a full range of recreational facilities to meet the lifestyle of discerning homeowners. Every detail and aspect of design will optimise interaction with the sea and the commanding views of its scenic surrounds including Mount Faber, Keppel Club Golf Course, Labrador Park, Sentosa Island and the integrated resort, and the city skyline.
Homeowners of this exclusive development will enjoy 10 years of free membership and five years free subscription at Marina at Keppel Bay. Located on the privately owned Keppel Island and linked to the mainland by the iconic Keppel Bay Bridge, Marina at Keppel Bay features 168 berths which can accommodate boats ranging fromm 20 feet to mega yachts of more than 200 feet long.
Members will enjoy lifestyle facilities that include a clubhouse with a member's lounge, gourmet restaurants, recreational amenities and leisure charter services to access neighbouring islands.
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