Vertical cities are the new rave in the world of the ultra-rich as they have everything in one place – from fine-dining restaurants to movie theaters to offices and luxurious SPAs. Now, Singapore is joining the craze with its new Tanjong Pagar Centre. The architectural marvel of glass and steel is Singapore’s tallest building at roughly 950 feet and plays host to 3 Wallich Street. Lucky buyers can snap a super penthouse that is both the largest nonland residence and the highest point in Singapore. But it doesn’t come cheap.
The modern triplex consists of 21,100 square feet and sits on the 62nd through 64th floors. It is equipped with five bedrooms, six full baths, and three half-baths. Natural light floods the penthouse, streaming from floor-to-ceiling windows that make up nearly every wall. The residence boasts some unique services offered from expert architects and designers who can tailor the space to the owner’s exact tastes and specifications. Marble floors and high-end appliances are just some of the luxurious additions that make the property into a real estate haven.
A large terrace reveals sweeping views over the city and there is an outdoor pool and Jacuzzi. Other amenities include a private elevator, state-of-the-art security systems, a fitness centre, an entertainment space, and a private wine cellar. GuocoLand’s concierge team is on-call 24/7 if owners want to book a private jet or charter a yacht for a weekend jaunt on the water.
The exclusive property is listed through Sotheby’s International Realty. Priced at $80 million, the penthouse includes access to the services and restaurants at the Sofitel Singapore City Centre, which is also positioned within the vertical city.