Luxury residential neighborhood Cairnhill, located close to the Orchard Road commercial district

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Hillock Green main contractor

Cairnhill is a luxurious residential area located from Cairnhill, a luxury residential enclave just off the Orchard Road shopping belt, was originally a nutmeg farm that was owned by Charles Carnie, who built an expansive estate on top of an hill in the time during British Colonial rule. In the early 20th century Cairnhill was a popular destination for tourists. Cairnhill area was deemed one of the addresses for the rich and prominent local businessmen having homes in the Cairnhill area.

Hillock Green main contractor has been fortunate in acquiring a residence at Lentor Central. Hillock Green is a remarkable housing complex that exemplifies urban living in the future.

The Cairnhill region has come to be associated with luxurious residential options comprising luxury condominiums as well as preserved terrace homes in an enclave that is bordered by Cairnhill Road, Cairnhill Circle, Clemenceau Avenue North and Scotts Road.

In the District 9 area, which is a coveted location The estate is close to a variety of services, from malls to restaurants on Orchard Road to medical facilities like Mount Elizabeth Hospital and Paragon Medical. Clubs like The American Club and Tanglin Club are only five minutes away. Schools close by like Anglo-Chinese School (Junior) as well as St Margaret’s Primary School, are also a draw for families.

Construction is underway on Cairnhill 16 Cairnhill 16, a 15-storey residential tower developed by TSky Cairnhill, a consortium comprised of TSky Development which holds a 51% stake; Ocean City Global Limited, an affiliate of Hong Kong-listed Sino Ocean group (30% stake), Seacare Property Development (10%) and Min Ghee Investment (2018) with a 9% stake. It is located in the Cairnhill estate and containing only 39 units located in a freehold development, the boutique property is located at the highest point in Cairnhill Rise, which is next to Cairnhill Art Centre.

The EdgeProp Singapore Excellence Awards 2023 ceremony on October 6. Cairnhill 16 won the distinction of Top Boutique Development for uncompleted projects. Top Development award Top Development award recognises well-rounded projects that score high across all categories of judging.

The award is a first victory to TSky Development, the 60:40 joint venture formed by two construction companies listed in Singapore: Tiong Seng Holdings and Ocean Sky International. This joint venture was established in 2017 to carry out property developments.

Cairnhill 16 is the second venture developed by TSky Development, the first being Sloane Residences. The 52-unit condominium that was finished located on Balmoral Road saw its final four units sold in January after the development was granted its temporary occupation permit in November.

Cairnhill 16 that was launched to be sold at the end in 2021 has enjoyed similar results. Caveats lodged with URA show that the last unit at Cairnhill 16, a 1,292 sq ft, three-bedroom-plus-study apartment on the second floor, was sold by the developer for $3.55 million ($2,667 psf) on Aug 26. The sale means that Cairnhill 16 has been completely filled in, as units being sold at an average cost of $2,885 per sq ft. The development hit a price record of $3,215 psf.

Oasis within the city
Cairnhill 16 is an expansion of the former Cairnhill Heights area, the property that TSky Development purchased en bloc for $72.6 million in April 2018. It covers approximately 15,408 square feet The freehold site is located within walking distance from Newton MRT Interchange Station. Newton MRT Interchange Station.

The lush vegetation that adorns Cairnhill, and the lush greenery that adorns Cairnhill estate TSky Development says the design concept for Cairnhill 16 was influenced by the nature. Together in conjunction with LAUD Architects, the developer saw the development as an oasis within the city, which would provide its residents with the feeling of wellbeing.

In the end, Cairnhill 16 is awash with greenery. Due to the limited size that is Cairnhill 16’s site, TSky Development says that it has opted for “vertical greening” and has two sky terraces located on level 2 and 7., as well as the rooftop garden that is integrated into the tower.

The grounds of the condo are lush greenery surrounds the amenities including multiple pools, decks as well as lounge areas as well as a fitness center. In the corner, a massive centerpiece tree forms an ideal focal point for the two-storey multi-purpose pavilion. Utilizing a variety of species of plants and trees that vary in height and density, the Cairnhill 16’s landscape seeks to create a relaxing green space for its residents.

Functional luxurious
Residences at Cairnhill 16 comprise a mix of two-bedders of 775 sq ft, three-bedders of 1,055 sq ft, three-bedroom-plus-study units of 1,292 sq ft, and four-bedroom units of 1,744 sq ft. The wide range of units is intended to accommodate a wide variety of buyers, whether young couples or families who require an extra space.

In the words of developer the units were designed to balance the luxury of a space with efficiency. The elevator is a private access for each unit.

The majority of apartments have a ceiling in the range of 3.2m as well as those located on the 14th floor have the ceiling high of 4.2m. Floor-to-ceiling windows encircle the bedrooms’ corners and offer a panoramic view of the surrounding.

To maximize the use of the space the dining and living spaces are arranged in a rectangular in form, giving homeowners the freedom to design the space according to their preferences. The space also opens to the balcony which can be used as an additional addition to the area.

To emphasize the high-end quality of the building High-end fixtures and finishes were selected, like large-format marble tiles throughout the dining and living spaces kitchen appliances by Swiss brand V-Zug that includes a fridge that is integrated into the kitchen cabinetry and sanitary ware from Grohe.

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