Corals at Keppel Bay
|Developer||Keppel Bay Pte Ltd (Keppel Land)|
|District||4 – Habourfront, Mount Faber, TelokBlangah|
|Completion Date||July 2016|
|Land Size||420,000 sqft|
|Total No. of Units||366|
|Unit Mix||Type||Floor Area (sqft)||Total Quantity|
|3 Bedroom (Deluxe)||C2||1389-1593||70|
|4 Bedroom (Deluxe)||D2||2766-3660||22|
1st floor landscape and facilities
- Public promenade,
- Pathway/ forest walk,
- 50m lap pool,
- Jacuzzi/ hydro spa,
- Kid’s pool/ splash pool with jumping jets,
- Reflective pools,
- BBQ area,
- Clubhouse (with yoga/ pilates studio, lounge and library, function
- room & gym),
- Tennis court,
- Play area,
- Male and female changing rooms with steam room,
- Water features
“A Rare Waterfront Lifestyle coupled with all the Convenience”. Corals at Keppel Bay is located in the prime waterfront precint of Keppel Bay, it is also within 7mins walk to Habourfront MRT. For residents who do not drive, Corals is currently the nearest condo to the MRT. Within walking distance to Vivo city, residents can take an evening walk for dinner or for a shopping experience. Residents working in the CBD or at Mapletree Business City will only need a 5min commute by car. Adding on, the development has water at its front and mount faber (mountain) at its back, for investors who believe in geomancy, Corals at Keppel Bay offers very good fengshui.
Only the best for owners of Corals at Keppel Bay, Keppel Land provides the highest quality finishing for the residents with Poliform furniture, wardrobe and kitchen cabinets. From the smallest to the biggest unit at Corals, you will experience the same finishings for all, including De Dietrich appliances which will be in-built into your own unit. You will love coming home to your unit everyday. Your friends and relatives will love to gather at your home.
Designed by World Renowned Architect Daniel Libeskind who also designed Reflections at Keppel Bay. Whether you are driving past or sailing past this development you will get a different feeling. Overlooking Corals at Keppel from Sentosa or from the sea, you will feel that Corals is like floating on an island with 60% of the development covered in reflective pools and water features, each block at Corals looks like Waterfront Villas. Those driving past will be able to see the creatively shaped development which tapers from the entrance towards the bay. Owners and residents can be proud to tell their friends and families that they own a unit here each and everytime they past by the development.
Offering full condominium facilities at Corals is just the basics. Keppel Land has put their customer’s first when they designed the facilities and landscaping. Instead of using the usual chemicals in the swimming pools, they use a special method which reduces the chlorine in the swimming pools which is beneficial to the residents who make use of these facilities. If you like this, that’s not all, Keppel Land will also install telecommunication devices in the basement carpark so as to minimize drop calls. Keppel Land understands that any call could be important and a drop call could mean a loss of million dollar deals. This is how meticulous Keppel Land is in designing their facilities for their clients.
There are several catalysts for the growth potential of Keppel Bay.
1. Future Southern Waterfront City
2. Upcoming Sentosa Gateway
3. Upcoming Pasir Panjang Commercial Hub
4. Future land development when Keppel Golf Club lease expires
As there are only 3 developments within the Keppel Bay area currently, future land developments are very likely to be at a higher price. This is a trend seen since Caribbean and Reflections were launched. As the land where Keppel Golf Club is sitting at is released for developers to bid likely after 2019, it is highly likely that they would have to sell at a higher price as compared to current prices.
Sentosa Gateway , a new underground tunnel which will be completed by 2015, will run parallel with the current bridge. As Sentosa is currently under regeneration works, the new and better Sentosa will attract more attention to the location and eventually make the Keppel bay area more vibrant than it already is.
Pasir Panjang Commercial Hub which is an ongoing project by the Singapore Government will give investors the assurance that there will be a increasing tenant pool for their units. Hence, being a good location to invest in.
Value for Money
To own a unit at Corals, you only need to pay a little more than $1800psf which is a small premium compared to places like Tanah Merah going for $1500psf, Jurong Gateway ($1500psf). Even a unit at SkySuites17 at Balestier is asking for $2300psf. $18xxpsf at Corals at Keppel Bay is considered a very attractive price. There is a wide range in pricing in this development and depending on your needs and investment reasons, different units will suit different needs.
The units that are likely to provide the most capital appreciation will be
1. Units facing the Kings Dock (Isle View)
2. Units facing the Keppel Bridge (Marina/Caribbean View)
This is because there are very Limited units that are facing the Kings Dock and it offers an alfresco type dining feel which only a small group will be able to enjoy. These units go for $21xxPSF up. On the other hand, there are units going for just $19xxPSF which is facing the Keppel Bridge, which are the hidden gems.
Strong demand is the only way to describe the tenant demand at Keppel Bay. Flanked by the CBD and Mapletree Business City, and Alexandra Business Parks, there are many expats in the area. Caribbeans and Reflections have already been known to attract expats from all around. Investors can rest assure that their units will have minimal vacancy period.
Corals at Keppel Bay is a must have for all property collectors who are still able to add another property into their portfolio. With the attractive valuation and potential growth, Corals at Keppel Bay is a development not to be missed whether for personal use or to invest your accumulated wealth.
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