Amber Park to debut on the weekend of April 27-28

The freehold Amber Park – the biggest project in the Amber Road-Amber Gardens enclave in over a decade – will preview on the weekend of April 27-28. The 592-unit luxury condominium is developed jointly by City Developments Ltd (CDL) and sister company Hong Realty, a subsidiary of Hong Leong Investment Holdings.
The joint venture partners purchased the site for $906.7 million back in Oct 2017: It is still considered among the biggest collective sale deals to date. What’s noteworthy is that CDL was also the developer of the original Amber Park, a 27-storey, twin tower development with 200 units completed in 1986.
“More than 30 years ago, we developed the former Amber Park with its distinctive teacup-shaped balconies,” says CDL group general manager, Chia Ngiang Hong.
The 32,507 sq ft rooftop recreational deck will span across the three 21-storey residential towers (Credit: CDL)
The new Amber Park is located just a three-minute walk from the upcoming Tanjong Katong MRT Station (on the Thomson-East Coast Line) which is scheduled to open in 2023, around the same time that the new condo is expected to be completed.
The upcoming Thomson-East Coast Line, renewal of East Coast Park and the new Jewel Changi Airport has made the already established East Coast and Katong area "even more sought-after", notes Chia.
The Amber Park site is over 213,000 sq ft, which allows the developer to create a luxury condominium with “unparalleled recreational spaces”, says CDL. This includes a 32,507 sq ft, rooftop recreational deck that spans across the three 21-storey residential towers and is elevated 235 ft above sea level. Facilities in the rooftop recreational deck include a 600m 'sky jogging track' – the first such offering for a Singapore condominium project – yoga deck, gymnasium, spa pool and gourmet dining.
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Designed as a contemporary luxury resort, facilities on the first level include a 50m lagoon pool, lagoon cove and private dining at Club Amber clubhouse (Credit: CDL)