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District 15 new launches
Spanning some of the most desirable pockets of the East Coast, from Meyer Road to Marine Parade, Amber Road and Joo Chiat, D15 is always in demand.
With expansive views of greenery, cityscapes, heritage neighbourhoods and of course the glittering Singapore Strait, the wow factor potential here is unmatched — and the lineup of luxury, new launch condos in the East Coast takes full advantage.
With the recent revival of unique dining, boutique shopping and provedores offering international produce, Joo Chiat Road and East Coast Road have become a magnet for those seeking a neighbourhood with a difference. Famed for its proximity to open spaces, the relaxed East Coast lifestyle has never been more covetable.
Step inside the top new launch condos in the neighbourhood with our exclusive video tours, compare pricing across the new launch market, and get a taste for the East Coast with our neighbourhood guide to Katong, Joo Chiat and surrounds.
New launch condos in D15:
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Number of units: 592
Pricing: From $2,450 psf
Stealing the limelight with its sky terrace that spans three towers in a move reminiscent of Marina Bay Sands, Amber Park is set to dominate the East Coast skyline. Known as ‘The Stratosphere’ and 235m above sea level, this striking recreation deck includes a 600m jogging track, pool, kitchen and gym. Back on Earth, there are three stunning pools including a lagoon, a fitness court and barbecue pavilions. While Amber Sky is just minutes to East Coast Park, there’s plenty of reason to stay in.
Rising up from the former Amber Gardens site, this is the most premium new build on highly desirable Amber Road. Residences are light-filled, with double-height ceilings and luxe interiors – homeowners here will indulge in the sense of space, out-there facilities and unbeatable views including the sea. Just minutes from the upcoming Tanjong Katong MRT station and a stroll to lively East Coast dining and shopping options, Amber Park is incredibly well connected.
Who it’s for: Those who want to enjoy their relaxation and focus on their wellbeing – without leaving home.
The rare find: The hard-to-find five bedroom residences. The master suite features a walk-in wardrobe any fashion lover would dream of, and hotel-grade ensuite with luxurious tub.
Why we’re sold: The sky-high leisure space: finding a sense of freedom right where you live has never been more valuable.
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Number of units: 132
Pricing: From $TBC
Another new condo coming to Amber Road, Amber Sea is yet to launch, so watch this space. With renowned property developers Far East Organisation behind this project (their work includes The Fullerton Hotel and the spectacular D15 condo Silversea), future homeowners here will be in good hands. With a prime spot at 30 Amber Road, this luxury condo will be just minutes from the forthcoming Tanjong Katong MRT station, the vibrant Katong cafe scene and the relaxed lifestyle nearby East Coast Park offers.
This coveted area also promises sea views – and if its name is anything to go by, Amber Sea is sure to have something stunning up its sleeve.
Number of units: 144
Pricing: From $2,252 psf
This wow-factor condo replaces the former Parkway Mansion on Amber Road with a stunning new build by Sustained Land. Coastline Residences’ striking architecture is inspired by the ebb and flow of the sea: think contemporary curves and a sense of fluidity.
Luxury facilities including a series of interconnected pools, tranquil gardens and a yoga lawn promise to up the ante for designer living in the inner East Coast. For families, an adventure playground and children’s pool await – alongside nearby East Coast Park for family days out cycling or strolling by the beach. Back inside, it’s all about natural light, clever use of space and sleek fittings with a modern edge.
This statement condo has another star draw: a spectacular rooftop pool for taking in that ocean view.
Who it’s for: Lovers of modern style – and the boldness of futuristic design.
Why we’re sold: The Sky Pool. Who needs Marina Bay Sands?
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Number of units: TBC
Tenure: 99 year leasehold
The former Katong Park Towers on Arthur Road is set to become another coveted D15 address. While floorplans are yet to be released and the showflat is still in development, we do know that this property has plenty of potential.
Developers Bukit Sembawang Estates has the go-ahead for a 24-storey condo, and because this pocket of land on the corner of Mountbatten and Arthur Road is surrounded by low-rise houses, there will be unobstructed views, right up to the city skyline. Water views are also on the agenda, but what also gets us excited is the huge plot of land. The site area is 140,758sq ft – which means plenty of room for stunning facilities and beautiful gardens.
Another well-connected condo, Liv@MB will be moments from the forthcoming Katong Park MRT station, and offers quick access to the CBD and Changi Airport alongside all of the East Coast dining and recreational hotspots the area is loved for.
Families will also appreciate that it’s close to Kong Hwa School and Tanjong Katong Primary, alongside Chung Cheng High School and Dunman High School. It’s also minutes from EtonHouse Pre-school and International School, and close to Canadian International School.
Number of units: 56
Pricing: From $2,388 psf
The charming Nanak Mansions were something of a Meyer Road icon, and the incoming MeyerHouse looks to build on that legacy and take it to the next level with luxe residences inspired by French châteaus. Designed by WOHA architects (think Parkroyal on Pickering and the lovely Watten Estates), and comprising only 56 units, MeyerHouse will offer their signature green-centric living in a boutique complex surrounded by lush, cascaded landscaping.
Seclusion and space are the hallmarks of this stunning property: it’s the first condo in Singapore to dedicate a private lift lobby with exclusive parking for each of its units. Taking in the sophisticated interiors, private dining area, pools and concierge, and it’s a beautiful and thoughtfully crafted place to live.
While MeyerHouse is still coming into formation, the adjacent Meyer Park has already undergone a transformation by Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl – the German landscaping firm behind the tranquil gardens at Meyer House.
Who it’s for: Discerning homeowners who value privacy – and generous proportions. The secluded, low-rise property occupies a particularly tranquil pocket of Meyer Road, offering the feel of a landed home with all the facilities and benefits exclusively available to the MeyerHouse community.
The rare find: The one-bedroom apartment with water views
Why we’re sold: The cascading gardens — which make for one serene scene.
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Number of units: 200
Pricing: From $2,628 psf
The only new launch on Meyer Road with unblocked sea views, Meyer Mansion takes inspiration from the old waterfront bungalows of Katong – updated for a modern and luxurious condo.
Set for completion in 2024, we can expect large balconies for enjoying that view, 3.2m-high ceilings and stylish residences by interior designer to the stars, Peter Tay. While the outlook is stunning, there’s much to enjoy on the ground: 75% of the site is dedicated to greenery and impressive amenities including three pools and a beach house. A private gate leads to East Coast Park for walks along the beach, cycling or relaxed, open-air dining.
Families will appreciate the large living spaces, dedicated children’s pool and playground – the lush greenery and lawns, jacuzzi and al fresco dining areas ensure this is a relaxing retreat for all.
Who it’s for: Lovers of space, style and a sense of escape, while staying just 15 minutes away to the CBD.
Why we’re sold: That view – and the spectacular sunrises and sunsets that come with it.
The rare find: The one-bedroom unit with spectacular views of the sea. Or, the four-bedroom premium apartment facing both the sea and the land: the best of both worlds.
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Number of units: 92
Pricing: From $2,150 psf
Another Amber Road beauty, this time with a single tower and exclusive 92 residences, Nyon promises a boutique feel and unique aesthetic that pays tribute to the neighbourhood’s Peranakan heritage. Think latticework motifs and patterned tiles iconic to the nearby Katong and Joo Chiat neighbourhood. Even the pool makes a stylish statement: its floor features a floral design inspired by the Nyonya kebaya.
Flooded with light and with knockout water views, Nyon’s mix of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom residences are impeccably styled, with luxury fittings and appliances. Explore the grounds and you’ll find inviting pool cabanas, a treehouse playground and a 14th floor common area with a gym and lounge – and a stunning outlook. With award-winning Aurum Land behind this project, Nyon is already forming into one of the rare gems in the neighbourhood.
Who it’s for: Lovers of Katong/Joo Chiat heritage who are enamoured with the local aesthetic but of course want all the indulgences of a luxury condo.
Why we’re sold: Those heritage touches. The spiral staircase that gives a nod to shophouse design, the latticework… and we can’t deny we’re fans of serious tile style.
The rare find: The living rooms in the 3-bedroom apartments feature soaring 6m-high ceilings – which make for exceptional lounging spaces.
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Number of units: 34
Pricing: From $1,718 psf
This Joo Chiat beauty has just four residences left at the time of writing – and it’s no surprise this boutique development by K16 has been a resounding success.
Inspired by the heritage style of the Joo Chiat neighbourhood and respectfully blending in with its surrounding shophouses, Olloi is a private landed enclave of 34 residences. The discreet 5-storey design by award-winning architects Park+Associates tastefully blends heritage details with a modern edge. The distinctive facade and shutters are a nod to shophouse style; the residences themselves feature windows on each side to let natural light into generous spaces designed to provide the feel of landed living.
As for the amenities, the tranquil 25m infinity pool and sunrise garden are particularly alluring. Of course, there’s a gym – surrounded by greenery – a lap pool and children’s pool. Footsteps away from Joo Chiat Road, which just keeps getting better thanks to cool cafes and boutique stores, Olloi is a stylish retreat in a quiet pocket off Changi Road. Our bet is that young families will love this development.
Who it’s for: discerning homeowners with a taste for heritage style and want to live in a community
Why we’re sold: this project has been pulled off beautifully. We’re ready to move in
Number of units: 66
Pricing: From $2,470 psf
Rising from the site of the former Albracca condo, One Meyer will add to the desirability of the famed Meyer Road strip. A pocket of Singapore coveted for its connectivity and coastal living – and unmatched ocean views – One Meyer is set to make a mark.
With just one tower and 66 sought-after units in 2 and 3-bedroom designs, homeowners will enjoy expansive views across Katong Park and East Coast Park to the sea. The interiors are impeccably styled with a sleek, modern approach with the luxuries of marble bathrooms and luxe fittings.
On the ground, the One Meyer community will enjoy a stunning, resort-style pool with sunken lounge and jacuzzi, alongside a relaxing water feature and poolside gym.
Why we’re sold: those unblocked water views are priceless.
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D15 new launch condo price comparison
Here are the lowest prices by quantum and psf for the primary unit types of each condo. Pricing is indicative and subject to change. Note that the lowest quantum and lowest psf don’t always refer to the same unit.
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Katong and Joo Chiat neighbourhood guide
What to love
The dining and boutique shopping scene in Katong and Joo Chiat has evolved into one of the most unique areas to immerse yourself in, with new providores, gourmet grocers butchers and wine bars springing up to add to the neighbourhood’s appeal.
Iconic local scenes include the pastel-coloured row of shophouses along Koon Seng Road in Joo Chiat, vibrant murals and colourful kueh. And, of course, there are all the benefits of urban coastal living, starting with the famous beaches and parks…
If you want the freedom to cycle all the way to the city, jog through greenery or by the water, or spend sunny days with the kids at the beach, East Coast Park will be a huge part of your life when you move to D15. A major drawcard for families, athletes and those seeking time out in nature, East Coast Park is incredibly close to Meyer Road. Our inside tip: the condos along this renowned strip have direct access to underpasses leading to the Park, so keep a close eye on the Meyer Road new launches. A 15km nature trail stretching from Gardens by the Bay to Changi is also in the works, set to open in 2021.
There are, of course, plenty of lovely neighbourhood parks in the area. Meyer Road Playground has just had a makeover, courtesy of award-winning landscapers Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl who are designing the beautiful grounds at MeyerHouse. Katong Park, on the corner of Meyer and Fort Roads, was formerly the site of Fort Tanjong Katong and loved by locals for its leafy dog run and beautiful heritage tree. The park is currently on hiatus while the forthcoming MRT Katong Park MRT station is being built.
Shopping and lifestyle
Katong and Joo Chiat just keep getting better when it comes to unique fashion boutiques and homewares. Start at the East Coast Rd end of Joo Chiat Rd, where you’ll find quirky lifestyle store Cat Socrates, followed by Singapore Trading Post and beautifully curated fashion and lifestyle store The AC.
One of the first standout boutiques in the neighbourhood, The Wyld Shop offers an eclectic range of fashion, homewares, accessories and art, while across the road, Lim’s Holland Village has opened an East Coast outpost with its signature blend of Asian decor. Find the time to walk all the way up to Joo Chiat place: you’ll come across designer vintage pieces from Europe and New York at A Vintage Tale, jewelry from Paris, Indian block-printed quilts and an excellent mix of homewares and fashion at La Tienda, and more unique finds from around the world at Tiger and Arcadia, including Bedouin carpets and tableware from Egypt. If it’s Asian antiques you’re after, browse the two storeys at China House for a standout piece.
Locals have been eagerly anticipating the return of i12 mall, which has been undergoing extended renovations and is set to reopen later in 2021, reportedly with the likes of PS. Cafe, Cold Storage CS Fresh and Scoops Wholefoods in the mix.
Parkway Parade in Marine Parade is still a local favourite for its mix including Marks & Spencer and Isetan, while nearby Kinex on Tanjong Katong Rd offers more dining options, homewares and fashion.
East Coast cafes and restaurants
East Coast Road has been upping the ante for Katong’s cafe-loving crowd, with the introduction of Micro Bakery and Cafe, Brawn & Brains Coffee and Forty Hands. You’ll find French restaurants, Japanese, Thai and impressive Indian restaurants along this ever-evolving strip. Of course, there are neighbourhood classics including 328 Katong Laksa, The Original Katong Laksa in Roxy Square and traditional kueh and nyonya dumplings at Kim Choo.
On Joo Chiat Rd, you’ll find excellent cafes Homeground, Choice Cuts and C Cafe, with Braseiro steakhouse, Burger Frites and vegan favourite Loving Hut further up alongside local institution Thunder Tea Rice and authentic Vietnamese restaurant Long Phung.
Further up East Coast Road, Siglap is turning into a solid spot for cafes: from Penny University to Five Oars. Restaurant-wise, there’s fantastic Mexican, Spanish and even Moroccan dining spots to enjoy. Also in this area, in East Coast Park, you’ll find the famous East Coast Seafood Centre – who can resist a feast of chilli crab and bamboo clams by the water?
Gourmet groceries and more
Locals have never been more spoilt for choice when it comes to premium produce and groceries. Long-time favourites Oh Deli and Foodie Marketplace have been joined by the excellent Butcher Box on Joo Chiat Rd and the charming East Coast Grocers, which has an interesting mix of international condiments, fresh produce and flowers and well chosen selection of homewares. Of course, the arrival of Little Farms in the neighbourhood means even more international cheeses, premium groceries, health foods and vegan-friendly foods are readily available to locals.
The 15km stretch of East Coast Park has its own leisure enclaves for all ages. Towards the Bedok end you’ll find Xtreme SkatePark – the country’s first international standard skate park — which has long been a favourite with adventurous kids and teens. Advanced thrillseekers will appreciate having Singapore Wake Park nearby; it’s the country’s only cable -ski park built in a lagoon at Singapore East Coast Park.
For less daring play and closer to the D15 condos, there’s Marine Cove with its epic playground and cluster of family-friendly dining spots. The ongoing redevelopment of East Coast Park also included a major makeover for the former Big Splash site, which re-opened in March 2021 as Coastal PlayGrove. Gone are the original water slides, but families will love the water play for the younger ones, the climbing nets in Singapore’s tallest outdoor play feature and incredible tube slides that stretch up to 12m long.
On Amber Rd, there’s the Chinese Swimming Club, or swimming lessons available at Katong Swimming Complex.
Kids can play at the creative indoor place space Kaboodle at Katong Square, or explore the excellent art installations at The Artground at Goodman Arts Centre. Here, there are creative workshops and pottery lessons for all ages.
Co-working options include Spaces and the forthcoming Joo Chiat outpost of Crane Club – a members’ club and co-working haven that’s renowned for its excellent cultural programme.
Family life and schools
This pocket of Singapore seems to be made for young families: parents are spoilt for choice with preschools including Brighton Montessori and Monstessori for Children, alongside a wealth of enrichment centres to nurture little ones.
Trusted schools in the area include Kong Hwa School and Tanjong Katong Primary, alongside Chung Cheng High School and Dunman High School. As for international schools, you’ll find EtonHouse Preschool and International School and Canadian International School.
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