HIGHLINE RESIDENCES OFFERS UNPARALLELED LUXURY, WHILE ENSURING YOU’RE NEVER FAR FROM LIFE’S CONVENIENCES
HIGHLINE RESIDENCES located at a strategic central location within a short walking distance to Tiong Bahru MRT station and Tiong Bahru Plaza, residents will be able to enjoy a wide array of amenities and easy access to various parts of Singapore.
Within a stone throw from HIGHLINE RESIDENCES, a wide range of shopping, dining and entertainment options are available at the nearby Tiong Bahru Plaza and Tiong Bahru Food Centre. Foodies can head towards the famous eateries, restaurants and hip and trendy cafes along Seng Poh Road, Havelock Road, Tiong Bahru and nearby Chinatown.
HIGHLINE RESIDENCES is within minutes drive to the main shopping belt of Orchard Road, Central Business District, Marina Bay Financial Central and well connected to both the Integrated Resorts in Marina Bay and Sentosa. The major expressways of CTE & AYE is located nearby.
Located within the vicinity of HIGHLINE RESIDENCES reputable schools include Crescent Girls’ School and Gan Eng Seng Primary School.
TIONG BAHRU IS THE PLACE TO BE
Tiong Bahru (Voted No. 34) is listed as one of the Top 50 Most Stylish Neighbourhoods in the World by Complex Magazine, ranking amongst Harajuku, SOHO, Le Marais. The only neighborhood in South East Asia to achieve this accolade. With a detailed history, dating back to the 1930s, the neighborhood is a mixture of old and young, foreigners and locals.
Tiong Bahru has always been known for its specialty shops, such as Kah Mee Optical Co., which is famous for making thick, black-rimmed glasses. Design professor Terence Yeung opened Fleas and Trees where he sells designs gathered from all over the world.
Specialty shops aside, Tiong Bahru is best known for good and the Foodie Market Place provides grub from all over the globe. Restaurants like the Por Kee Eating House and Open Door Policy show off the culinary arts.
“Tiong Bahru: Singapore’s Most Charming Neighborhood – This once quiet, residential neighbourhood of 1950s Art Deco apartments has morphed into a cool and trendy hot spot with a batch of independent retail shops and coffee houses opening up. New condominiums are opening up nearby, with expatriates and yuppies diversifying the usual scene of elderly people from nearby HDBs. Yong Siak Street at Tiong Bahru is a tiny, hidden quarter away from the bustle of the city.”
TIONG BAHRU – A PLACE FILLED WITH RICH & COLOURFUL HERITAGE
WALK TO TIONG BAHRU & HAVELOCK MRT STATION
DISTANCE TO AMENITIES
CONVENIENCE OF MRT
SINGLE MRT LINE TO LINK EAST COAST TO WOODLANDS
HUGE SUPPLY OF POTENTIAL TENANTS NEARBY