In A Class Of Its Own

The Beach Road precinct is fast becoming one of Singapore’s new prime areas. One of the most distinguishable developments that sits right in the heart of that precinct is Concourse Skyline. 

Designed by the award-winning COX Group, Concourse Skyline is a mixed-used development comprising two high-rise block and one low-rise block. To-date, there are only a very limited number of two- to four-bedroom apartments still available for ownership.

The developer of Concourse Skyline is public-listed Hong Fok Corporation Limited (Hong Fok), and they have just unveiled the development’s crown jewel – a 11,130 sq ft (1,034 sqm) super penthouse that occupies the top two levels (39 to 40, and a private roof garden) of the residential tower. In collaboration with luxury magazine Robb Report and acclaimed interior design company The I.D. Dept., Hong Fok has transformed the Penthouse into a luxurious abode with designer furniture and décor items, customized pieces and smart technologies.

The collaboration between a developer with a luxury magazine and interior design company to curate the brands to be featured within the Penthouse is the first-of-its-kind in Singapore, and the idea was first seeded by List Sotheby’s International Realty.

The I.D. Dept has created an ideal living space for ultra-high-net worth individuals – one that is practical, yet sophisticated and stylish. The first and third floors are transformed into perfect spaces to entertain, while the second floor living spaces remain as intimate sanctuaries for the owner.

Customised unique pieces by international designers adorn The Penthouse, some of which are featured for the first time in Asia. One such masterpiece is luxury German brand Kaldewei’s free standing Meisterstuck Soundwave bathtub in matte black, which acts like a membrane and plays music when connected to a Bluetooth device while the water pulsates with the beat of the music.

The Penthouse also boasts an exclusive made-to-order chandelier personally installed by Paris-based glass artist Nathalie Ziegler, and an elegant rocking chair by British-Israeli designer Ron Arad – one of only 12 pieces worldwide.

Ownership of the Penthouse also comes with a rare 1.01 carat blue diamond valued at $3.02 million, which also entitles the owner to a year’s private membership by Singapore Air Charter and 40 hours use of a private jet - a package worth half a million dollars*.

Entertaining guests is always important to high-net worth individuals and the Penthouse offers so many options to the owner – from the spacious living and dining room which stretches into the open kitchen, or a casual, intimate pool party at the pool deck, to a full fledge outdoor BBQ party on the roof top terrace, the Penthouse is versatile and multi-faceted, perfect for exclusive parties to wow guests with different experiences each time they visit.

Another luxury that the Penthouse offers is how one can take a dip in the pool right after waking up as the pool is situated right outside of the master bedroom which occupies the second level. While there are apartments with pools, there sure aren’t many that can offer the experience of “out of bed, into the pool”. 

But what is probably priceless is the stunning, almost 360-degree panoramic view of the Singapore skyline, with views of some of Singapore’s most popular city attractions and iconic landmarks from Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore Flyer to the Singapore Sports Hub.

With a spectacular view, premium location, and now complete with a selection of some of the finest furnishing, décor and home products, The Concourse Skyline Penthouse truly epitomises modern-day luxury city living.

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