The Draft Masterplan 2019 reflects Singapore planners’ people-centric approach to achieving sustainable growth through continuous innovation to enhance the attractiveness of the city.
Sky Everton may therefore be a rare opportunity for buyers to enjoy a new launch in prime District 02 in the city where the price of freehold is lower than future 99 year leasehold. Huttons Asia's real estate professional, Kiwi Lim studied the recent URA Masterplan said "The government has indicated in its 2019 masterplan that it is turning its focus on rejuvenating prime city centre area to make it a more vibrant place to live, work and play. Therefore, we can expect city centre property prices to gradually appreciate. We can also expect future city area properties to be 99 year leasehold making freehold a rare commodity."
Designed by award-winning ADDP Architects LLP, Sky Everton is poised to impress with its modernistic curtain-wall facade, generous facilities across Levels 1, 5, 14 & 24, and units with functional layouts glazed in stylish finishes.
Huttons Asia's real estate consultant Kiwi Lim believes this project will sell very well at its upcoming launch: "Sky Everton is favourably enveloped by low-rise shophouses to its North and Spottiswoode Park to its South, therefore residents can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views across the island, the city and the sea. Within a short few minutes walk, residents can easily walk to Cantonment MRT Station (U/C) and Outram Park MRT Interchange, with an impressive total of 4 MRT lines (Circle Line, Thomson-East Coast Line, North East Line and East West Line). Which new condo can compare?"
Within a short seven minutes walk, residents of Sky Everton can reach Tanjong Pagar, Singapore General Hospital, and the upcoming Greater Southern Waterfront. Sky Everton is also very near to Duxton Hill, Bukit Pasoh, and Keong Saik, rich in heritage charm and food culture while hidden in tranquil Spottiswoode estate.
Huttons Asia real estate advisor Kiwi Lim says "This is the first time that a series of sky allotments has been arrayed vertically in a high-rise residential tower". Capitaland said these sky allotments will support urban farming and promote community bonding. Additionally, around 500 trees and more than 135,000 shrubs, plants and flowers will be planted throughout One Pearl Bank. A landscape path linking it to the adjacent and under utilised Pearl’s Hill City Park will also be available.