Rivertrees Site Plan
Rivertrees Site Plan Layout showing blocks & facilites :: CLICK TO ENLARGE
The Rivertrees Site Plan Layout
The Rivertrees site plan is laid out in a semi-circle to maximise views of Punggol Reservoir. The whole development is also raised on an E-Deck, which further elevates the views. In fact 92% of the units will get river views.
The blocks surround the pools and landscaped gardens so that 80% of the units get pool views as well. The tennis court is tucked away in one corner. Beyond the entrance driveway and drop-off point that leads directly into the carpark, there is no vehicular traffic, so the grounds are safe for children to play in.
Rivertrees Site Plan :: Facilities
Artist’s Impression of Rivertrees Pools and Clubhouse overlooking the Reservoir
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THE MIDTOWN BAY SHOWFLAT
If you are looking for a more upmarket project than Rivertree Residences (which incidentally has already fully sold out anyway), you might want to consider the Midtown Bay condo. This is the residential component of Guoco Midtown, in the Beach Road area, that is also fast becoming one of the most expensive pieces of real estate in Singapore.
Like Rivertree Residence, Midtown Bay will have water views. But in this case, it won’t be just a view of a narrow, rather muddy stretch of river. Instead, Midtown Bay condo residents will enjoy sea views, stretching all the way to the horizon. Provided you are facing in the correct direction of course, to the south, and south-east to Kallang Basin, and south-west to Marina Bay as well.
Other than that, this condominium, being part of a mixed development in a prime location, is expected to be priced accordingly. Something like three times the price of Rivertree Residences on average. So we could be looking at an average of $3,000 PSF, similar to what South Beach Residences diagonally across Beach Road, is selling at. Both are similar 99 year leasehold projects, and both are built by branded developers.
For more details, head down over to the Midtown Bay condo showflat, when it opens. The finishes ought to be superb, given GuocoLand’s reputation and emphasis on the luxury segment of the market. A good example of how GuocoLand will likely handle Midtown Bay, can be seen from Wallich Residence. It is similarly part of a mixed development, the Tanjong Pagar Centre, much like what Midtown Bay is to Guoco Midtown.