One Pearl Bank Latest Updates
One Pearl Bank Latest Updates
Last Updated: 31st March 2020
Latest Unit Sold: COMING SOON on 31st March 2020 | See the Balance Units Chart
- 31-03-2020: Book an Appointment to view One Pearl Bank Show Flat and get Direct Developer Price + Discounts.
- 15-03-2019: Find out more on how One Pearl Bank can be your next best investment!
- 16-02-2019: One Pearl Bank Balance Units: Register For FREE Now! (Get Discount)
- 12-01-2019: Check your loan eligibility by calculating at Max Loan Eligibility Calculator (TDSR) in this website.
- 11-12-2018: Download and view the One Pearl Bank E-Brochure.
- 02-11-2018: The One Pearl Bank Gallery have been updated. Check them out!
One Pearl Bank is brought to you by CapitaLand Limited, one of Asia’s biggest real estate companies. Headquartered and listed in Singapore, with a global portfolio worth over S$103 billion as at 31 March 2019, including integrated developments, residential and commercials such as shopping malls, lodging, offices, homes, real estate investment.
From landmark integrated projects such as Raffles City Development in Singapore and China to Grade A commercial buildings like CapitaGreen in Singapore, as well as award-winning residential projects such as The Orchard Residences, The Interlace, D’leedon, and Sky Habitat – CapitaLand has an incredible track record of building city-defining landmarks.
One Pearl Bank is located at 1 Pearl Bank, Singapore. Location is easily accessible to Outram MRT & Town areas. There are other options when it comes to indulgence, many shopping malls that are quite a short drive away, such as Chinatown, Bugis, Clarke Quay, Raffles Place and many more! One Pearl Bank is ideally situated to the convenience of the future residences may it be in transportation, lifestyle and groceries shopping.
An integrated community hub with seamless and sheltered connectivity to the Outram Park MRT Station and the hugely welcom future bus interchange, the development will mix distinctive architecture with lush landscaping and community programming.
You will find several shopping, eating places and amenities nearby with the One Pearl Bank location map.
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New Iconic Structure One Pearl Bank
Some 40 members of the public fanned out across Pearl Bank Apartments on Saturday (May 11) to capture the 38-storey horseshoe-shaped landmark in Outram ahead of its redevelopment.
The event, which started at 3pm, was hosted by property developer CapitaLand which acquired the site through a collective sale for $728 million in February last year.
Mixed Reviews of One Pearl Bank
CapitaLand worked with Mr Ivan Kuek, the founder of an Instagram community with about 15,000 followers, to organise the image walk. Mr Kuek said it was a “rare opportunity” to document not only the facade but the interior of the structure.
ST understands that CapitaLand is considering options for more public viewing sessions following interest from some 500 persons who wanted to take part in Saturday’s image walk.
The public can look out for updates on this matter via the Instagram account, OnePearlBank.
CapitaLand said on Thursday that it spent three months documenting and capturing images of the horseshoe-shaped block in Outram which was completed in 1976 to provide homes for the middle class.
Pearl Bank’s New Design Splits The OG Horseshoe & Puts The Pieces Back Differently
One Pearl Bank’s New Design Revealed
In the past weeks, much has been made about the horseshoe-shaped icon of Singaporean architecture – Pearl Bank Apartments.
The apartments were sold on en bloc to CapitaLand in Feb 2018. Since then, many Singaporeans have been lamenting the imminent loss of the recognisable yellow tower.
On Tues (14 May), CapitaLand unveiled the new design for the building, called One Pearl Bank. From the pictures, it looks something like a reconfiguration of the old structure.
According to the building’s architect Dr Christopher Lee, the new design “ensures the continuity” of the signature curve of the old Pearl Bank.
Building features 18 sky gardens
Apart from the sleek new curves and sky bridges, One Pearl Bank will also feature a series of 18 community sky gardens. There will be a sky garden every four levels, totaling about 200 plots where “residents can grow their own herbs, fruits and vegetables”.
These gardens will not only add greenery to the facade of One Pearl Bank, but also provide a space for community bonding. Almost like that little garden on the top level of an Ang Mo Kio carpark.
New One Pearl Bank has 3 times more units
The old Pearl Bank Apartments housed 288 units. This new one however, will have about 3 times more – 774. Buyers will be able to pick from studio apartments to penthouses, with the latter being almost 6 times as large as the former.
The 178-metre tall One Pearl Bank will also snatch the crown of tallest building in the Outram-Chinatown district from the [email protected], which stands about 20 metres shorter.
Adjacent park will be upgraded
The current park next to Pearl Bank Apartments is rather sparse and dull.
But as part of the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s Draft Master Plan 2019, the space will be transformed into something much nicer and more conducive for community activities. The park will also be linked to Fort Canning Park through the Singapore River.
One Pearl Bank set to be completed in 2023
That’s only 4 years away. By then, the Thomson-East Coast Line will be open too, which means even more convenience for the building’s future residents.
The prices aren’t out yet, but if you have an interest in one of One Pearl Bank’s units, you can register it here.
Perhaps the renovation of Pearl Bank Apartments isn’t so bad after all. Besides, not everything can be preserved forever. What is important is that we balance heritage and modernity.