Marina Bay view could be priciest real estate feature here

$4,884 psf for 5 penthouses more than double overall median psf of area's residential projects

Five penthouses at Marina Bay Residences, including an 11,012 sq ft triplex penthouse (above, right), were recently put up for collective sale at an indicative price of $138 million, which works out to about $4,884 per sq ft.
Five penthouses at Marina Bay Residences, including an 11,012 sq ft triplex penthouse (above), were recently put up for collective sale at an indicative price of $138 million, which works out to about $4,884 per sq ft. PHOTO: TRISTAR PROPERTIES
Five penthouses at Marina Bay Residences, including an 11,012 sq ft triplex penthouse (above, right), were recently put up for collective sale at an indicative price of $138 million, which works out to about $4,884 per sq ft.
Five penthouses at Marina Bay Residences, including an 11,012 sq ft triplex penthouse, were recently put up for collective sale at an indicative price of $138 million, which works out to about $4,884 per sq ft. ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH
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A panoramic view of the iconic Marina Bay Sands and the Central Business District could well be the most pricey amenity in Singapore real estate.

A collection of five penthouses, put up for sale recently at Marina Bay Residences with an indicative price of $138 million, will give a sense of how much a buyer would pay for this sought-after view.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on February 21, 2021, with the headline Marina Bay view could be priciest real estate feature here. Subscribe