Avenue South Residence @ Silat Avenue SingaporeAvenue South Residence, a new launch condominium development conveniently located next to Outram and the Central Business District (CBD). If you opt to buy a three-bedroom unit at Avenue South Residence to comfortably fit your growing family or planning to rent it out to families in the future and the price is at $1,600,000 which is reflective of the market value, your Buyer's Stamp Duty (BSD) is $48,600.
By choosing a location that blends the tranquility of its green surroundings with the amenities of urban living, the Avenue South Residence avenue south residence singapore condos are certain to draw attention from both investors and those looking to enjoy life in the beautiful Central Region of Singapore.
Based on the land cost of the Silat Avenue site at $1,138 psf ppr, it's clear that UOL Group is setting a realistic average price for Avenue South Residence from as low as $1,780 psf for the Heritage units to $2,250 psf for the Peak units (from 40th floor upwards).
Being within walking distance of the city's best shopping malls and entertainment centres including Maxwell Food Centre, Chinatown Complex, Lau Pa Sat and People's Park Complex Food Centre is a major benefit, while the Orchard Shopping Belt remains just a five-minute drive for those with cars.
The government plans to transform the Southern part of Singapore into a mixed-use development, the area will attract commercial business and investment creating new employment opportunities for the locals increasing the pool of tenants looking to stay at Avenue South Residences.
Avenue South Residence holds the advantage of being enviably positioned in close proximity to both primary and secondary schools of reputable quality, including Gan Eng Seng School, Crescent Girl School, Queenstown Secondardy School, LKC School of Business and etc.
With the development of Greater Southern Waterfront which is a five-minute drive from Avenue South Residence, and the expansion of two Integrated Resorts - Resorts World Sentosa and Marina Bay Sand which is expected to birth 5,000 new jobs; we can look forward to more housing, commercial and entertainment opportunities in these areas.
From bistros along Tanjong Pagar Road, Amoy Street and Mosque Street to hawker fare at Tanjong Pagar Market & Food Centre, Maxwell Food Centre, People's Park Complex Food Centre, Chinatown Complex, Amoy Street Food Centre and Tiong Bahru Market & Food Centre, residents will never be in short supply of food options.
With plans already in motion to seamlessly combine Sentosa, Marina Bay and Labrador Park into a single incredible waterfront living experience that will span nearly twice the size of Punggol, residents can expect a couple more high-rise frontiers popping up (potentially blocking bay views) alongside increased access to various parks and nature trails linking the waterfront.