fair enough; but taxis in singapore are basically non-existent so living near MRTs is critical. i looked at the properties near the "downtown" mrt stations and they are only slightly cheaper (if at all) than the sail, e.g. citylights, newton suites, soleil, parc sophia, etc...so i thought might as well live at the Sail and next to the office.JR8 wrote:Do you currently live on a building site within 5 minutes walk of work, and if not why are you looking to pay a premium to do so in SG?
There are a lot nicer places you could live than those you have mentioned, if you are willing or able to live an additional 10-15 minutes commute away from the office.
specifically, is there construction noise at night at the icon? i heard different answers..some agents say no, some say yes; so if someone lives there, let me know.zzm9980 wrote:I put just as much effort into my answer as you did your question. Try asking something more specific next timeflying_carpet wrote:yes thanks. any other (more helpful) comments?zzm9980 wrote:They're expensive
A former employer of mine left his studio apartment in the Sail locked for about 3 months, and when he came back, he realised that the kitchen parquet flooring had sort of 'come up' and was up by about 6 inch at the highest point of the bulge, and in the process, blocking the fridge door too.cobaltblue wrote: before i moved to singapore, a couple of colleagues of mine lived in the sail, but were really unhappy there. they said it's very loud all the time, the quality of the fixtures and installation was causing them problems all the time and it was rather overpriced in their opinion. This was more than 6 months ago however and I have never been there myself.
hope this helps.
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