Pullman Residences Launches Luxury Bespoke High-Rise Development

El Development (Horizon) Pte Ltd offers a single 30-storey residential tower with both underground and surface parking at a luxury address in proximity to Orchard via Scotts Road. On top of having most of the popular branded schools in the vicinity.

Singapore - October 21, 2019 / / —

Pullman Residences is pleased to announce that the new residential tower developed by EL Development (Horizon) Pte Ltd is ready for booking very soon. The luxurious property has excellent attributes, such as its location. It offers easy access to Newton MRT and the many amenities and facilities in the immediate neighborhood. The facade of the building manifests as an impressive modern architectural design done by renowned ADDP Architects. The structure exudes an air of class, elegance, and prestige.

A total of 340 households are included in the arrangement of one-bedroom to four-bedroom units. One of the attractive components of the apartment is the usage of tinted glass in full-height windows. The address is set to become an iconic landmark in the prime Newton district. A desirable and unblocked city landscape view is sure to be appealing to city dwellers.

Some of the amenities onsite include a garden courtyard, dining pavilion with grilling pits, club lounge, kid's pool, and Jacuzzi. There is a wellness pool, a 50 m lap pool, and a wellness deck, as well as an aqua gym and wellness gym. Residents can choose from one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom, three-bedroom with study, and four-bedroom units.

The excellent connectivity offered by the Newton MRT Station allows non-driving residents to enjoy traveling quickly and seamlessly between North-South and Downtown lines. Closer to home are many bustling commercial outlets clustered with shopping and entertainment options. Orchard Road to Novena ensures you round-the-clock activities. A wide selection of both local and international cuisines can be found at the many 5-star hotels lining the glamourous shopping belt.

At least fourteen learning institutions are located within the prime district. These include the Singapore Chinese Girls School (Primary), Anglo-Chinese School (Junior), Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road), Pat's Schoolhouse Claymore, Pat's Schoolhouse Buckley, Montessori for Children (Newton Campus), St. James church Kindergarten (Gilstead), EtonHouse International Pre-School (Claymore), and EtonHouse Pre-School, Newton.

More details are available at http://www.pullman-residence.com.sg

Contact Info:
Name: Mr. Tan
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Organization: EL Development (Horizon) Pte Ltd
Address: 18 Dunearn Road, Singapore 309421
Phone: +6566777788
Website: http://www.pullman-residence.com.sg/

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