The amazing architecture of Singapore
Singapore has some of the most amazing building designs. They stand tall in the neat clean streets making the city look like something right out of a futuristic movie.
Apart from their most amazing buildings they also have some beautiful homes and apartments. Some of which come with the hefty price tag to match.
The most expensive apartments in Singapore
This penthouse apartment is now the most expensive home ever sold in Singapore with a price tag of $60 million in August 2017.
It was bought by one of Singapore’s richest men and co-founder of Facebook, Eduardo Saverin.this apartment has the perfect balance of its aesthetic beauty and well-designed living spaces.
The penthouse sits on top of this 36-storey luxury apartment building that has four bedroom apartments four of which boast private lap pools.
The building has concierge facilities, sky gardens, gymnasium, outdoor entertainment areas, indoor entertainment areas, jacuzzi, lap pool, children’s pool and its own private clubhouse.
The building itself has a unique architectural design that stands out amongst its neighbors.
Le Nouvel Ardmore
This ultra-luxurious penthouse got sold in 2015 for $51 million.
This penthouse is located in the Le Novel Ardmore a freehold development that has only two apartments per floor in the 33-storey tower.
The penthouse tops this on level 32 and takes up 2 stories on its own.
The design of this building was inspired by the Rubik’s cube.
The penthouse was sold to Mr Sun Tongyu who is one of the founders of the Alibaba Group.
This apartment has five bedrooms, a study, private pool, a private foyer, roof terrace, its own private gym and entertainment area.
Twentyone Angullia Park
This building is a uniquely designed high-rise building embracing urban tropical living.
Perched along the popular Orchard Road this building brings some of the greenery of the avenue into the building itself.
It offers sky terraces, lap pool and each of its apartments are luxuriously designed to let in the most light.
The penthouse was sold for $42.9 million along with the apartment below it for another $11.53 million.
The apartment was bought in June 2013 by Low Taek Jho who was involved in the 1MDB scandal that impacted Malaysia.
A fifth floor unit of the Nassim sold for $25.27 million in May of 2017.
This 55-unit luxury development is the design of the well-known architect Mok Wei Wei.
45 of the unsold units and the penthouse were bought by one of the richest men in Singapore, banker Wee Cho Yaw. The sale of these apartments helped the developer of the project escape heavy penalties that were accruing on the unsold apartments.