In Singapore, the Tanjong Pagar Centre is a new landmark destination. Located in the heart of the city’s vibrant Central Business District, the 290-metre development made headlines earlier this year when it became Singapore’s tallest building. A world-class vertical city, the Centre is capped by the Wallich Residence, a group of 181 exclusive homes located on the 39th to the 64th floors. The ensemble is redefining Singapore’s skyline and taking the city’s luxury living to a brand-new level.
COMMANDING THE SINGAPORE SKYLINE, THE 64-STOREY TANJONG PAGAR CENTRE IS A ONE-OF-A-KIND VERTICAL CITY.
As the jewel in the Residence’s crown, the stunning Super Penthouse stretches from the 62nd to the 64th floors and has the distinction of being, without question, the highest home in Singapore. At 1,960 square metres, it is also the largest non-landed residence in the city, featuring a private swimming pool, cabana, Jacuzzi room and entertainment room. Luxury properties of this stature are rare, and the developer has been intent on creating a one-of-a kind home that delivers an unprecedented experience. This includes retaining specialist designers and architects who will work with the eventual owner to customise this spectacular triplex residence to impeccable standards.
THE TRIPLEX HAS A SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM WITH STUNNING VIEWS FROM THE 62ND FLOOR.
For the Super Penthouse and the other homes in Wallich Residence, a concierge team offers a complete range of services, from chartering a yacht or private jet to arranging for a personal chef to cater a dinner party. Residents benefit from access to services offered by the adjoining five-star Sofitel Singapore City Centre. In addition, the development includes a 14,000-square-metre urban park, where dining options range from casual eateries to high-end restaurants.
IN THE WELL-APPOINTED SUPER PENTHOUSE, THE MASTER BEDROOM AND JUNIOR MASTER BEDROOM ENJOY EXPANSIVE WALK-IN CLOSETS.
Wallich Residence and its peerless Super Penthouse stand above all other Singapore residential developments not just in terms of height, but also for the exceptional quality of life they offer.
LEAD IMAGE: SOARING APPROXIMATELY 270 METRES ABOVE SEA LEVEL ON THE 62ND FLOOR, THE APEX SKY OBSERVATORY CROWNS SINGAPORE’S TALLEST BUILDING.