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Cote d'Azur

Post by MRSP » Wed, 25 Jul 2007 2:18 am

Been checking out Cote d'Azur online and it looks very nice. May be moving to Singapore in a few months, and I've mainly restricted my search to the Novena area because of availability public transportation. East Coast sounds very family oriented and relaxing, though...

I've read in some posts that there are shuttle busses in the area around Parkway Parade.

Does anybody have any details on when these bussses run (24 hrs a day?). I have a pregnant wife and toddler, and they will be using public transport to get around during the day while I am working. How easy are these shuttles to manage with being pregnant and toddler in tow also?

I will have a car that we can use when I'm not at work...

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Post by La grande boucle » Wed, 25 Jul 2007 10:01 am

Right in front of Parkway are buses going directly to town and also directly to Eunos MRT.

check for details: http://www.smrtbuses.com.sg/busguide/guide.asp

and

http://www.sbstransit.com.sg/

As for the shuttle bus of Cote d'Azur itself, call the management?

And know that parkway parade has all you would need on a daily basis? If needed, you can either hop on to a bus or a cab?

I'd say Cote d'Azur is indeed very conveniently located.

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Post by vanyali » Fri, 26 Apr 2013 3:55 am

For anyone coming upon this thread who might be fooled into thinking the Cote D'Azur is a nice condo, here is the update:

It is crumbling. Cement is cracking off the facades, the boardwalks are rotting, and as the management has told me, there are leaks in all the units all over the complex. Not only do all of the faucets leak in my unit, but the pipes in the walls are busted too, and so there is water leaking out of the electrical outlets, pooling on the floor, and growing mold on the wall of the back bedroom in my unit. Fun.

As if that wasn't enough, the management is terribly unpleasant. As a resident, I reserved time on one of the crumbling tennis courts the other day to toss a tennis ball with my dog, and they threatened to call the police on me! What do they think they are protecting? The courts are in such bad shape that the surface is cracked and peeling, exposing large patches of the concrete below. There are even dents and sink holes in the surface. Yet I and my little wiener dog are a threat to the condition of these facilities that my rent is supposedly paying for? Makes no sense at all.

The children here are more noisy than normal, and scream from morning until night in and around the pool area. Since the windows are so bad, there is no getting away from the screaming even with all of the doors and windows shut tight. It is terribly annoying.

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Post by FaeLLe » Sun, 28 Apr 2013 9:04 pm

vanyali wrote:For anyone coming upon this thread who might be fooled into thinking the Cote D'Azur is a nice condo, here is the update:

It is crumbling. Cement is cracking off the facades, the boardwalks are rotting, and as the management has told me, there are leaks in all the units all over the complex. Not only do all of the faucets leak in my unit, but the pipes in the walls are busted too, and so there is water leaking out of the electrical outlets, pooling on the floor, and growing mold on the wall of the back bedroom in my unit. Fun.
8 year old condo... cant be so bad.

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