Guocoland's landmark Wallich Residence made headings in July in 2015 when its 21,108 sq ft three-storey super penthouse had an asking cost of $108 million. The unit has a personal lift with direct access to the basement carpark, where the owner is qualified to four designated garage. As component of the mixed-use Tanjong Pagar Centre, the 99-year leasehold residential or commercial property has the distinction of being Singapore's tallest household development. Its 181 systems lie on floorings 39 through 64, or an elevation of 180m to 290m indicating stunning sights of the CBD, Marina Bay and also Southern Islands. If the breathtaking views from their homes are not enough, residents could decide to appreciate the environments from the Sky Yard (220m) or the Skies Observatory on level 62 (270m).
Becoming part of an integrated task indicates that business chiefs can potentially establish residence in the exact same advancement as their companies: Wallich Guoco Tower has 890,000 sq ft of Grade An office space spread over 31 floors, while a retail podium offers 100,000 sq feet of leasable space. They could additionally amuse checking out clients in the adjoining 223-room Sofitel Singapore City Centre which gives residents with concierge solutions, in collaboration with Guocoland's concierge group.