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The design for One Pearl Bank has been unveiled by CapitaLand, in place of the iconic horseshoe-shaped Pearl Bank Apartments that was once the highest residential tower in the country.

The new design comprises two 39-storey towers which are gently curved, linked at the roofs by sky bridges. This emulates the appearance of Pearl Bank Apartments, which CapitaLand purchased for $728 million in February last year. The curved facades “create a light and airy affect”, allowing residents to enjoy views atop Pearl Hill, says CapitaLand.

At 178 metres, One Pearl Bank will be the tallest residential development in the Outram-Chinatown district in Central Singapore, with views that extend from the CBD to Sentosa, says the developer. Set to complete in 2023, it will comprise 774 apartments ranging from studio apartments to penthouses, from 430 to 2,800 sq ft. To benefit from Pearl Hill’s sloped topography, the two residential towers will be lifted 21 metres from ground.


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