Condo News Former Gillman Heights Condo now The Interlace

As posted in on 4 Sep 2009 by Francis Condo News Former Gillman Heights Condo now The Interlace

Former Gillman Heights Condo now The Interlace

The former Gillman Heights Condo, will be redeveloped into The Interlace, a massive 1,040 residential unit condominium.

According to the press release, the architect is internationally acclaimed and is responsible for other projects such as the China Central Television Station and the Television Cultural Center in Beijing. In good style, The Interlace (24 storeys) will also be just as daring;

"The Interlace explores a dramatically different approach to tropical living with an expansive and interconnected network of communal spaces with the natural environment.

Thirty-one apartment blocks, each six stories tall, are stacked in a hexagonal arrangement to form eight large-scale courtyards.

The interlocking blocks resemble a ‘vertical village’ with cascading sky gardens and both private and public roof terraces"

Notably, the large 871,884 sf site sits close to the southern ridges and will likely provide some lucky residents with a great view.

Of great interest is how the market (or rather west coast area) will absorb this mammoth of a project with 1,040 units to clear.

Capitaland also has another massive en bloc site at Farrer Road (Former Farrer Court), which could roughly mean another 1,500 more units to clear after.

This “Condo Worth Waiting For Project” will be launched in October 2009, take action now and be among the first to register and get attractive pre-launch discounts before the public. Hurry and register by email at or call 65 9853 3323 now!



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