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Everything You Need to Know About The One Shenton Condominium

One Shenton Singapore

The Heritage of One Shenton Condominium

Shenton Way is a one-way street which starts at the junction of Cross Street, Central Boulevard, Raffles Quay and ends at Keppel Road. Shenton Way is named after Sir Shenton Thomas, Governor of Singapore (1934 to 1946) as an acknowledgment of his decision to stay on during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore.

No. 1 Shenton Way – Robina House

No. 1 Shenton Way – Robina House (National Archives, 1975)


Archives, National Museum of Singapore

Today, Shenton Way is the major trunk road in the Central Business District of Singapore. Shenton Way is flanked by modern skyscrapers on both sides of the road. The atmosphere is vibrant, upbeat and refreshing.


No. 1 Shenton Way – One Shenton Condominium – Iconic stunning Architecture in the heart of Raffles Place. Left: Asia Square Tower 1 and Tower 1


One Shenton Condominium

No. 1 Shenton Way – One Shenton Condominium (picture was taken 2018)

One Shenton Condominium was completed in 2011. Standing at 214m tall, it is the 10th tallest Residential building and 27th tallest building in the City State. Developed by our locally listed developer, CDL with the world-renowned architect, Carlos Ott, One Shenton is without a doubt, an iconic development in the Central Business District. It has 341 luxurious apartments and 11 retail shops in the stunning 50 and 43 storey twin tower.

Carlos Ott has over three decades of outstanding experience in the design of commercial and residential projects. Recognized internationally as one of the leading design architects, Carlos Ott has been awarded several International Awards for his work of excellence.

Luxury Condominium with Great Facilities

One Shenton has great facilities for the residents. From a well-equipped sky gym, 50m lap pool, spa pool, outdoor grill and lawn area, launderette (self-operated and app-based drop off and pick up lockers available), a Residents’ library, meeting rooms, function room, playroom, 24-hour security, biometric access, doormen and concierge services, these amenities and features provide great convenience for Residents to schedule their lifestyle and activities without much need to commute.

Having had the pleasure of residing in One Shenton myself, I would say it is one of the most functional residential building with a practical balance of space. I also love the vibrancy here, the proximity to amenities, access to 2 MRT lines, choice of various dining option, the reduced reliance on my vehicle to get around town, walking to and from the yearly F1 Night race, walking to the charming shop houses in China Town, shopping and dining at the swanky Marina Bay Sands, enjoying a musical at the Master Cards Theatre, walking to my efficient and so affordable manicurist and hairdresser when I can afford some time on a busy weekday, getting home for a quick shower when the weather is unbearable and so much more! I can go on and on.

I too love the iconic Lau Pa Sat Food Centre. Did you know it was completed in 1894? Today, it is also a National Monument, complete with the signature Clock Tower, Octagonal layout plan, and the Scottish Ironwork. Lau Pa Sat offers a wide array of affordable local and International food for the thousands of workers at lunchtime. In the evening, it becomes a famous eating spot for the visiting tourists and the locals who crave good old hawker style food.

Source: Alarmy Stock Photo – Lau Pa Sat Food Centre

After 15 consecutive quarters of decline in home prices and the recent en-bloc sales fever, bullish bids by land developers, the property market is finally showing signs of recovery. The Ministry of National Development (MND) announced on 2nd March 2018 that the DC rates for Use Group B2 {Residential, (non-landed)} have increased by 22.8% on average. This also means the new property is set to be launched at higher prices (close to S$2000psf). The gap between the Prime Luxurious properties in the Core Central Region (CCR), Rest of Central Region (RCR) and those Outside Central Region (OCR) which has narrowed significantly in the last 15 quarters is set to widen once again.

If you are in the market for a new home or a good buy, look no further. Come and experience work, play and live in the most vibrant part of the City.


Betty Chandra

Singapore Prestigious Homes/OrangeTee & Tie Pte Ltd

Senior Associate Director

(Prime Residential and Commercial Properties)


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