Meyer Mansion is an executive condominium located at 79 Meyer Road in District 15 Singapore. The freehold seafront development has a total of 200 units and is a replacement of former Casa Meyfort, a condo that went through a collective en-bloc sale and was bought over to be developed by GuocoLand.
Having operations in the geographical markets of Singapore, China, Malaysia, and Vietnam as well as beyond Asia into the United Kingdom and Australia, the award-winning developer has successfully developed a number of residential projects yielding more than 10,000 apartments and homes.
Meyer Mansion is targeted to be completed in the year 2023. Nestled in an exclusive neighbourhood, the development provides a rare unobstructed sea view to its inhabitants with the developer creatively and carefully designed Meyer Mansion by combining the understated luxury living and modern tropical architecture to create a new architectural benchmark.
The design of the development emphasizes greenery and nature thereby offering a laid-back ambiance to its residents. The residence is strategically located in the laidback charm of the East Coast, perched right at the edge of the city which allows easy access to major expressways. It is ideally surrounded by many amenities from shopping malls and eateries to famed hawker fares and heritage eats and chic bistros.
In addition to that, Meyer Mansion offers full condo facilities that provide rich lifestyle and entertainment options to its inhabitants such as clubhouses, BBQ pavilion children’s playground, indoor gym, a 50-metre swimming pool, and function room. With the entire residence being guarded under 24 hours security, residents can be assured of a quiet and serene living environment.
With the shimmering waters of the East Coast on one side and the landed enclave stretching to Paya Lebar on the other, Meyer Road is one of the most prestigious addresses in Singapore. Well-known for sprawling mansions and exclusive apartments, it’s rare to find a new development along this esteemed stretch.
Perhaps even rarer, would be to find an iconic freehold development like Meyer Mansion. Bold yet understatedly modern, a distinctive façade of dark brown steel and burnished copper gold screens sets Meyer Mansion apart from its surrounding.