Gramercy Park is a new freehold condominium development in the prime district 10, developed by City Developments Limited. Spanning across a huge land size of close to 170,000 sqft, it features two 24-storey-high curvilinear towers, consisting of 174 luxurious units of various unit mixes, i.e. 2-bedroom plus Study, 3-bedroom, 4-bedroom apartments and 5-bedroom penthouses.
|Developer||City Developments Limited (CDL)|
|No. of Units||174|
|TOP Date||March 2017|
Site Map of Gramercy Park
Within Gramercy Park’s estate, residents get to enjoy the luxury of sweeping greenery and facilities. At the heart of the development sits a Grand Lawn, which is equivalent to the size of 4 tennis courts. The Grand Lawn is able to accommodate garden weddings and picnics. Other facilities such a 50 metres’ Lap Pool, the Club Gramercy clubhouse and Tennis Court can also be found in the compound. In addition to the extensive range of facilities, residents can tap on the concierge for various host services, such as laundry and house cleaning.
Location of Gramercy Park
With its enviable address of Grange Road, Gramercy Park located within walking distance to the shopping belt along Orchard Road. In addition, it is surrounded by a wide range of amenities such as Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, social clubs and reputable healthcare facilities such as Gleneagles Hospital. Reputable, both local and international schools can also be found in the vicinity, such as ISS International School Singapore and Raffles Girls’ School (Secondary).
Gramercy Park is sure to woo both investors and home stayers, with both its unique contemporary design and its impeccable location.
Why you should invest in Gramercy Park:
- With an upcoming Orchard Boulevard MRT 600m away, there is room for capital appreciation.
- One of the rare freehold condominiums in Orchard
- Spacious Units with private lifts
- Beautiful Landscaping with full condominium facilities
Gramercy Park’s Floor Plans
|Type||No. of Units||Area(Sqft)|
|2 bedroom + Study||42||1,184-1,292|
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