Highly-anticipated The Reserve Residences set to launch

Far East Organization, together with its joint venture partner Sino Group, launched the first phase of the highly-anticipated The Reserve Residences on 27 May 2023.

With a significant number of about 15,500 visitors to the sales gallery during its preview period commencing from 12 May, 550 homes out of 732 units will be released for sale in its first phase.

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Prices start from $2,300 psf, with 1-bedroom units commencing from $1.11 million, 2-bedroom units from $1.45 million and 3-bedroom units from $2.2 million. 4-bedroom units and above are priced starting from $3.5 million.

SHAW Lay See, Chief Operating Officer of the Sales & Leasing Group, Far East Organization, said, “On the back of a strong response by visitors to the sales gallery, we are excited to launch The Reserve Residences – an iconic centrepiece in the heart of Bukit Timah, featuring four unique collections to accommodate different lifestyle preferences and family needs. The feedback we have received has been very encouraging. We are pleased that its meticulous design, thoughtful and well-curated spaces, over 70 recreational and social facilities and fair market pricing, have sparked keen interest amongst our potential homebuyers. We look forward to playing a vital role in rejuvenating this precinct, and bringing this vibrant mixed-use integrated development to life.”

Strategically located in the heart of Bukit Timah and at the foothills of the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, The Reserve Residences is part of a mixed-use development integrated with a transport hub. Its excellent locale offers residents easy access to food, retail and community spaces, as well as outdoor activities and nature exploration.

It sits above a sizeable retail mall Bukit V with over 20,000 sqm gross floor area, and is amalgamated with the upcoming bus interchange, with direct access to Beauty World MRT Station. CS Fresh is confirmed as an anchor tenant at Bukit V, and the mall has made provisions to accommodate a childcare centre.

The Reserve Residences is also well within the vicinity of renowned schools and tertiary institutions, including Methodist Girls’ School and Pei Hwa Presbyterian Primary School which are within 1km from the development.

In conceptualising The Reserve Residences, acclaimed architectural practice WOHA crafted an environment to harmonise people with nature, including showcasing naturally-lit open living spaces that are ventilated amid lush greenery. With people’s affinity to nature as a central element binding the live, work and play spaces throughout the development, thoughtful layouts within each unit allow for maximum spatial flexibility and connection to the outdoors. This connection to natural elements, nature and tranquillity flows through to the geometric lattice façade of The Reserve Residences, which serves dual purposes of shading the living spaces from direct sunlight while unifying the appearance of the development.

The Reserve Residences features 732 residential units with a wide array of layouts and unit types under four collections; The Reserve Residences collection with 502 units of 1- to 3-bedroom units, Horizon (绿野) collection with 167 units of 3- and 4-bedroom units, Creekside (映溪) collection with 48 units of 3- and 4- bedroom units, as well as 15 exclusive Treetops (蔚冠) premium units of 4- to 5-bedroom units, duplexes and penthouses. The five sizeable penthouses are located on level 32, with sizes ranging from 231 to 261 sqm.

Its apartments range from 41 sqm for a 1-bedroom to penthouse units sized from 231 to 261 sqm. Buyers vying for the 3-, 4-, or 5-bedroom units will also have the option of private lift access at their doorstep.

There will also be approximately 160 units of serviced apartments within its premise.

Designed with residents’ well-being in mind, The Reserve Residences encompass extensive facilities to support personal fulfilment. With over 70 lifestyle facilities, residents can seamlessly transition from work to relaxation, enjoying a fulfilling lifestyle within the comfort of their own homes. Residents can indulge in wellness activities at the activity decks, 600m jogging trail, and sky-gym, while being enveloped in the unblocked panoramic view of the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, providing a serene environment for relaxation and rejuvenation.

All units come equipped with the convenience of technology, which includes smart home features such as a Smart Gateway and e-Concierge to provide accessibility and peace of mind at any time.

Via Far East Organisation






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