Commonwealth Towers is the latest new launch condominium by a consortium of City Developments and Hong Leong, Singapore’s largest developers with an extensive portfolio of residential properties. Being in a similar league as its closest neighbours at Redhill precinct, Commonwealth Towers is set to be the next big thing.
Standing tall along Commonwealth Avenue and set by the Queenstown residential area, Commonwealth Towers is a 99-year leasehold development and will feature 845 residential units on impressive 43-storey blocks. This condominium features a wide range of sizes, from one-bedroom to four-bedroom apartments. Moreover, Commonwealth Towers has full and unique facilities, which includes a clubhouse, function room, swimming pool, aqua gym, barbecue areas and sky terraces for residents to enjoy the breathtaking view of our beautiful city.
Commonwealth Towers is a 43-storey landmark development with contemporary & iconic facade. Commonwealth Towers is located in an established estate with amenities & infrastructure. Commonwealth Towers is located in a highly sought-after District 3. Commonwealth Towers encompasses City-living that brings convenience to where ever you are & what ever you want. Strategically connected via AYE / CTE to ALL parts of Singapore, Commonwealth Towers is near to renowned & reputable schools like Gan Eng Seng Primary School / Cresent Girls’ School / National University of Singapore / INSEAD which is one of the world’s top business school.
The builders are reputable developer furnishing quality finishes & appliances. The excitement of city life stays close within reach. City-Living At Prime Location Wide range of unit types superb for investment or own occupation Good range of 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom, 4 bedroom Well-designed & functional layout Sizable Bedrooms! L-shaped mirror for Bathroom + Luxurious Wall Tiles = > Posh Hotel Style! Over 50 types of Superb condominium facilities including 4 Sky Terraces with facilities! Fully-equipped with free branded De Dietrich & Brandt oven, fridge, washer/ dryer.
Sophisticated on its own, Commonwealth Towers is part of a rich cultural district where the founding years of Singapore is built on.
Many places in Singapore have rich cultural history and social memories for the younger generation of Singaporeans. To promote and bring foward the history of these areas, the National Heritage Board has initiated a heritage project to bring together respective communities, schools within the community and private sectors to jointly develop heritage trails for places with rich history of Singapore early years of nation building.