About Amber Park
Amber Park is a luxurious condominium complex located in the heart of Singapore’s East Coast, just a stone’s throw away from the pristine beaches of East Coast Park. Developed by City Developments Limited (CDL), Amber Park offers a unique blend of opulent living and urban convenience, making it one of the most sought-after addresses in Singapore.
The condominium complex features three 21-story towers with 592 residential units, ranging from one to five-bedroom apartments and penthouses. The units are designed to cater to the needs of a diverse group of residents, from single professionals to large families. The apartments feature high-quality finishes, modern appliances, and panoramic views of the city skyline, the sea, or the lush greenery of the surrounding parks.
The developers of Amber Park have put a lot of thought into designing the complex’s communal spaces to create an oasis of tranquillity amidst the bustling city. The complex boasts extensive amenities, including a 600-meter sky jogging track, a 50-meter lap pool, a clubhouse, a gym, and a tennis court. The landscaped gardens and lush greenery surrounding the complex provide a sense of serenity and calm, making it the perfect place to unwind after a long day at work.
Amber Park’s location is another one of its major selling points. The complex is situated in one of Singapore’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, with many shopping, dining, and entertainment options just a short walk away. The famous Katong shopping district is just a few minutes away, offering many boutique stores, local eateries, and international restaurants. The proximity to East Coast Park means residents can enjoy various outdoor activities, from cycling and rollerblading to picnicking and barbecuing on the beach.
The complex’s location also provides easy access to the rest of the city. The nearby Tanjong Katong MRT station connects residents to the city’s extensive public transport network, making it easy to get around Singapore. The Central Business District is just a 15-minute drive away, making Amber Park an excellent choice for professionals who work in the city.
Amber Park is a luxurious oasis in the heart of Singapore that offers a unique blend of opulent living, urban convenience, and natural beauty. The complex’s extensive amenities and tranquil communal spaces make it the perfect place to unwind and relax. At the same time, its proximity to the city’s vibrant shopping, dining, and entertainment options ensures that residents will never be bored. If you’re looking for the ultimate luxury living in Singapore, look no further than Amber Park.
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Amber Park Resale/Rental Prices
26th May 2017. Collective sale market heats up with Rio Casa, Goh & Goh Building deals
28th August 2017. 2 more condos up for en-bloc sale: Amber Park and Jervois Gardens
29th August 2017. En-bloc fever heats up with Amber Park, Jervois Gardens
31st August 2017. Oxley unit to buy Yio Chu Kang property for $8.4m for redevelopment
22nd September 2017. Singapore could see another en-bloc sale cross $1b mark if posh Spring Grove succeeds
4th October 2017. Amber Park sets freehold collective sale record
5th October 2017. CDL, Hong Leong unit snap up Amber Park for $906.7m, setting new record for freehold property sold en bloc
5th October 2017. Question mark over sustainability of land bids
7th October 2017. Keep an eye on land bids
7th October 2017. Property stocks soar amid rise in collective sales
8th October 2017. Collective sale fever: How much longer will it last?
8th October 2017. Windfall, but got to move again
27th October 2017. Crystal Tower in Bukit Timah up for collective sale
14th November 2017. Collective sales: Pearlbank aims for $728m, Parkway Mansion targets $138m
15th November 2017. En bloc sales may run into new road-block
16th November 2017. Pearlbank among four condos to sell en bloc
23rd January 2018. Oxley, China developer lead Singapore land bank race – for now
20th March 2018. Pacific Mansion sold en bloc for $980m in second-highest deal
9th April 2018. Collective sales push up private home resale prices
12th May 2018. CDL posts 16.3% drop in Q1 net profit to $80m
9th August 2018. CDL’s Q2 earnings surge 80% on strong home sales
5th October 2018. CDL, Hong Leong unit snap up Amber Park for $906.7m, setting new record for freehold property sold en bloc
19th October 2018. New guidelines may price some buyers out of market: Redas
2nd May 2019. CDL, Hong Realty to launch freehold Amber Park condo at average $2,425 psf
2nd May 2019. Amber Park condo with rooftop deck being launched
5th May 2019. Amber Park in East Coast sells 115 of 150 units at $2,425 psf in weekend launch
6th May 2019. Amber Park sells 115 of 150 units at average price of $2,425 psf
17th June 2019. Sales of new private homes up 30% last month
27th July 2019. Private home prices rebound 1.5% in Q2
4th September 2019. GuocoLand to launch Meyer Mansion condo on Sept 13 at prices starting from $2,700 psf
5th September 2019. Meyer Mansion condo launch set for Sept 13
7th February 2020. Listed Singapore developers can get exemption from QC scheme
18th May 2020. CDL sells more Singapore properties in Q1 but at lower sales value; shuts 30% of hotels amid Covid-19 lockdowns
14th July 2020. CDL warns of half-year profit hit, with hotel operations facing ‘significant’ loss
14th July 2020. CDL expects hit to half-year profit, due largely to pandemic
14th August 2020. CDL first-half profit sinks 99.1% on Covid-19 hit; sees possible divestments of non-core hotels
14th August 2020. CDL’s profit in first half plunges 99% as Covid-19 pandemic hits business
15th March 2021. New private home sales plunge 60.5% in February amid CNY freeze on launches
16th March 2021. New home sales plunge as launches held back over CNY
7th April 2021. Singapore private home prices jump 2.9% in Q1, raising prospect of cooling measures
15th April 2021. Singapore new private home sales dip 2.6% in June amid viewing restrictions
16th April 2021. New private home sales in S’pore hit 4-year high for March as buyers flocked to high-end condos
15th July 2021. Singapore new private home sales dip 2.6% in June amid viewing restrictions
12th August 2021. CDL posts $32m first-half loss on higher tax expenses, sees stronger rebound ahead
17th November 2021. CDL property sales hit $2.5b for first 9 months of year, more than for whole of 2020
1st March 2023. High interest rates, labour and energy costs to weigh on property firms’ earnings this year
19th March 2023. End of sky-high rents? Property agents, analysts point to signs of a softening rental market