Lakefront Residences – Interior Design

On November 12, 2010, in Lakefront Condo, by admin

Apartments at Lakefront Residences are designed along a Scandanavian theme – classic colors with a timeless look, that gives it a contemporary airy feel.

Lakefront Residences Bedroom
Bedroom at this lakefront condo – Artist’s Impression

Floors are off-white marble in the living areas, light wood in the bedrooms. Built-in wardrobes in every bedroom with space-saving sliding doors.

Patio (ie. ground floor) units at Lakefront Residences come with a free dining cabana. You can see a bit of it on the patio at the left of this artist impression below.

Lakefront Residences Patio Unit

The bathrooms exude luxury, with marble feature walls, Hansgrohe fittings, and Vitra sanitary ware.

Kitchens continue the off-white color scheme in its solid surface counter tops and cabinets, and come equipped with a full suite of kitchen appliances from Teka (German brand). Even Teka refrigerators, washing machines, and dryers are included. Glass walls around parts of the kitchen add to the airy feel, and make for great visibility.

Lakefront Residences Kitchen
Artist Impression of Kitchen in Lakefront Residences

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New Condominium Launches

Park Place Residences . New city fringe condominium in the mixed development Paya Lebar Quarter . 10 minutes train ride to Raffles Place and Marina Bay . Launching for VIP Preview February / March 2017

If you are looking for another brand new condominium that has water views as well, you might want consider Jui Residences. This development is launching for sale soon in September 2018, but in a completely different location from Lakefront Residences. It is situated in the Boon Keng area along Kallang River, and just at the junction with Serangoon River, and about 10 minutes walk from Potong Pasir MRT station.

The long frontage that Jui Residences enjoys facing Kallang River is what gives it its water views. Added to that the fact that this Jui condo is located on the site of the former National Aerated Water (NAW) Company site, that was a landmark in the early days of Singapore’s independence, and we can understand the rationale for this project’s name. Because “Jui” in the local vernacular can be translated as “water”.

Especially since the old NAW building was gazetted for conservation, and is being incorporated as part of the new Jui Residences development. It sits at the front of the site facing Serangoon Road, and buffers it from the road and traffic noise of this rather busy road. The 2-storey NAW building will house a couple of shops on the ground level (one of which is likely to be used as a restaurant), and offices at the 2nd storey.

The other reason for the attractiveness of Jui Residences, is the fact that it is a freehold project, yet will be priced at about the same level as for new leasehold launches in the vicinity. It is being developed and sold by SDB (Selangor Dredging Berhad). The Jui Residences’ showflat will open for viewing on 15 September 2018, and all enquiries are welcomed.

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