Commonwealth Towers Condo

On March 29, 2014, in Commonwealth Towers, by Developer Sales


Commonwealth Towers is fully sold and has completed construction. If you are looking for other new launches, you might want to consider projects such as Terra Hills or even Newport Residence, both of which have the advantage of being freehold. The Terra Hills condo is probably the closest new launch in this part of Singapore, as well as in terms of its walking distance to an MRT station, being around 5 minutes walk to Pasir Panjang MRT station, but on the Circle Line. However Terra Hills will be around 50% to 60% more expensive than Commonwealth Towers. Which is hardly surprising given both the rise in prices over the last few years, as well as the fact that it is on freehold land. The Terra Hills condo showflat location has not been announced yet, as the launch is likely to take place only towards the end of 2022. But if you want to arrange for a Terra Hills condo showflat viewing, just drop us a note. We will keep you posted as to when Terra Hills actually launches, as well as other details like the floor plan layouts and indicative pricing.


The Commonwealth Towers condo will be one of the hottest new residential developments around. It is being launched for sale by Hong Leong Holdings, City Developments & Hong Realty, in a prime location right next to Queenstown MRT station.

Commonwealth Towers Condo @ Queenstown MRT StationCommonwealth Towers Condo beside Queenstown MRT Station

Commonwealth Towers condo will comprise two soaring towers, with Sky Terraces on the 5th, 14th, 24th and 34th levels. Residents at higher floors will get views southwards to the Southern Ridges green belt, and south-eastwards to the CBD and city skyline.

This site is at the heart of the mature Queenstown neighbourhood on the fringe of the CBD (Central Business District), an established residential estate that is much sought after. Even HDB flats nearby have transacted at close to the $1m mark.


Commonwealth Towers Condo :: Amenities & Accessibility

This new Commonwealth condominium is a short drive from to the Orchard Road shopping belt, as well as easily accessible via the AYE (Ayer Rajah Expressway) to the Raffles / Shenton / Marina Bay Financial District and the Southern waterfront of Vivocity and Sentosa.

This high-rise luxury condo is also a very short walk from Queenstown MRT station, which offers convenient travel to all parts of Singapore on the MRT lines island wide. Even within the estate itself, daily needs are well taken care of, including for recreation and relaxation.

Given its central location, accessibility, surrounding amenities, and long established brand name developer, Commonwealth Towers condo makes an excellent choice for your own use, and certainly as an investment. It has everything that one would need, and want, in a place to stay – comfort, views, all the necessities, recreational options, ease of access, with a touch of luxury thrown in.


Queenstown MRT Condo :: Commonwealth TowersCommonwealth Towers Sky Terrace :: Overlooking City Skyline :: CLICK TO ENLARGE


Commonwealth Towers Condo Highlights

  1. Very short walk from Queenstown MRT Station.
  2. On the city fringe, within a short drive to Orchard Road, the Southern Waterfront, and the Central Business District (CBD).
  3. Located within a mature residential estate surrounded by a full range of shops & dining outlets (IKEA Alexandra, Queensway Shopping Centre and The Anchorage), leisure options, libraries & parks, and business hubs.
  4. The Star Vista, a new retail and entertainment hub with over 100 stores, is located next to Buona Vista MRT station 2 train stops away.
  5. Well connected via a number of major arterial roads and expressways, and by rail connectivity island wide.
  6. Close to Mount Faber Park with Henderson Waves, The Southern Ridges and Mount Faber Cable Car Station. The walk, which stretches from Mount Faber to Kent Ridge Park, boasts elevated walkways in the midst of treetop greenery.
  7. Potential tenants from nearby NUH, NUS, One-North-Fusionpolis, the Biopolis, Alexandra Technopark, Mapletree’s Business City.


Commonwealth Towers Condo :: VIP Preview

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The latest projects to come out of the CDL / Hong Leong stable are Haus on Handy and Piccadilly Grand, now that Commonwealth Towers has fully sold out.

City Developments has a strong track record, honed from decades of experience, of spotting and clinching good sites with upside potential. In fact if anything, Piccadilly Grand and Haus on Handy occupy an even better site than Commonwealth Towers, in many ways.

This is a really plum site, in the Orchard Road upmarket shopping belt, directly opposite Doby Ghaut MRT station. It also sits in the heart of the cultural and educational zone around Bras Basah, helmed by the SMU (Singapore Management University), and underpinned by institutes like SOTA (School of the Arts), and Lasalle College of Fine Arts.

The Haus on Handy condo itself is really part of the Mount Sophia / Mount Emily residential estate, among the first residential estates in Singapore. Some of it are depicted in old picture postcards of Singapore, and it boasts a few old colonial bungalows that has since been conserved. There is even one on the Haus on Handy site, that has been gazetted for conservation. The developer CDL intends to turn this into a unique clubhouse, that will add to the character of the project.

The other unique feature of the Haus on Handy condo is that the site slopes fairly steeply, from Mount Sophia at the top north-east end, to Handy Road at the bottom south-west boundary. Access to the project will be from this side, barely 50 metres from an entrance to Doby Ghat MRT station and The Atrium at Orchard mall. Handy Road also leads to Plaza Singapura a couple of minutes walk away, and The Cathay, as well as to Orchard Road via Oldham Lane.

The Piccadilly Grand condo is expected to launch in April of 2022. Analysts are predicting prices in the region of $2,000 PSF, compared to the $1,600 to $1,700 PSF range for Commonwealth Towers. If they are right and Piccadilly Grand does launch in this price range, it would be a relatively good buy, given how much overall market prices have rise in the 5 years or so since then.


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