I live next door, I've been watching this place go up for the past two years; it looks pretty nice! They've recently completed a boardwalk along the coast running from the bridge at the Keppel Marina all the way to Labrador Park, and up the creek there to LP MRT. It's a lovely walk. There are a couple hawker centres nearby, at Seah Im near Harbourfront MRT and in the Telok Blangah estate, which also has a wet market and a 24 hr. Fair Price. The closest shopping centres would be Harbourfront Centre and VivoCity.uscate wrote:Our agent has suggested Reflections at Keppel Bay as an interesting place to check out. We have no kids, my SO is working near the Eunos MRT stop, and we're looking for walkable to hawker centers, wet markets. We've been focused on the East Coast and think this might be too far out since we won't have a car.
And I had previously posted with questions about Aalto, so we're looking for something similar to that complex.
Any thoughts about Reflections at Keppel Bay and also whether there's actually interesting walkable places nearby??
Thank you for all of your help....
So "newish" to me (not sure to you), and a lot of people I know in the states, means something built in the past ~5-10 years. In Singapore, because there are so many condos always being built, I believe they would interpret that as "never occupied" or even "still under construction".uscate wrote:Wow! Thank you all for the great insights and ideas! I'm off to . to check out the other suggested areas. Looks like we have some more homework to do...And for the poster upthread, we're looking at the $6k - $7k price range (I can barely type that figure - it is just so incredibly unreal to me that any housing would cost that much - let alone a 1500 sf condo)!!
I had wondered why our agent was so keen for Keppel Bay - he knows we're looking for something new-ish, so that may have influenced his decision, but since it sounds like it is pretty empty, that may have had an impact on his decision to present it as an option.
You all are such a terrific resource - thank you again for all of your help!!
I'm sure I'll be back with more questions....
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