Roxy square is a freehold mixed development with apartment residential units and a shopping centre with commercial units below. It is located at 50, East Coast Road, Singapore 428769 in district 15. It is completed in 2000 by the reputable Fraser Centrepoint. It has only one bedroom units which is about 603 sqft each.
Step in and discover this unique wonderland of lushness and tranquility, the cutting edge designed units are your private sanctuary where you can unwind and enjoy the picturesque skyline with unprecedented privacy. The apartments are spacious and accompanied with ample nature lighting and well ventilated to create a warmth homely natural environment. This resort styled development is definitely a tropical heaven on earth where you can escape from pressure of daily life.
In a class of its own, Roxy Square, it is favorably located within the proximity of major roads and public transport. It's adress is 50, East Coast Road, Singapore 428769 in district 15. The nearest Mrt station is Eunos station which is 1.72 km away. Other nearby Mrt stations are Dakota and Paya Lebar MRT stations. There are several bus services available here. Driving to Central Business District and Orchard Shopping District will only take you about 20 minutes. Major expressways like ECP are seamlessly and conveniently connected to every part of Singapore making it so hassle free for you to travel to work or play.
Amenities and recreational facilities around condominium
Residents of Roxy Square can head to nearby malls such as Katong Shopping centre, Joo Chiat Complex, Katong Plaza, Katong Mall, Parkway Parade , 112 Katong to shop, fine dining, catch a movie, banking and grocery shopping. For more shopping options, you can head down to Orchard shopping district which is less than 20 minutes drive away. To enjoy more local delicacies, you can head down to the famous restaurants or eateries along Tanjong Katong Road, Joo Chiat Road and over at East Coast Road. For hawker food lovers, you can head down to Circuit Road Block 80 Market and Food Centre, LC Food Centre, Blk 49 Sims Place Market and Hawker Place and Marine Parade Food Centre.
The nearest supermarkets are Giant supermarket at Parkway Parade, Cold storage Supermarket at Katong mall, Sheng siong supermarket at 57 Tanjong katong Road and NTUC Fairprice supermarket at 6 Marine Parade Central. Other recreational facilities include Potong Pasir Community club, Toa payoh South community Club, Bradell heights community club, Serangoon community Park, woodleigh Park and Bishan Park.
Roxy Square is a prestigious home of timeless appeal for the privileged few where you can luxuriate in the lyrical moments of life. It is a highly sought oasis with architectural bliss within the picturesque beauty of lush natural environment. Take a retreat in the sensory abode with all your favorite indulgences in close proximity. Living here in this urban sanctuary reflects the ultimate dream that make any other possession secondary. It is definitely a true work, play and live nature retreat after a long day at work. Here, you can live your life according to your own rules. Right here, you can find equilibrium and tranquility and get fully recharged for new challenges ahead. It is indeed a perfect dream home where you can immense daily in freshness and appeal of nature’s pure beauty.
Did you know?
1.Geylang Seria Malay Village built in 1989 is lined with Malay Kampung house replicas which exhibit the Malay lifestyle back in the sixties. The village aids in the preservation of the Malay Culture, Heritage and Customs. However, in 2008 the URA announced that Geylang Seria Malay Village will be demolished despite multiple petitions and appeals. After 23 years of long lasting history, it officially closed down on 26 Sept 2011. Replacing it will be a brand new civic centre which is named Wisma Geylang Serai which will host a Malay Heritage Gallery and community club.
2.Old Kallang Airport opened in 1973 was one of Singapore’s first civil airports. Previously civil planes land in Seletar Airport which is built in 1920s. Old Airport Road formed the boundaries of Old Kallang Airport. Strained by heavy air traffic Old Kallang Airport closed down after the completion of Paya Lebar Airport in 1955. The buildings were then taken over by People’s Association (PA) back in 1960 which were their headquarters until 2009, 50 years later.
3.Kallang National Stadium which has a 55,000 capacity was opened on 21st July 1973. Over here, it had hosted 18 National Parades, 3 Southeastern Asian Games, Malaysian Cup and multiple concerts. After 44 years of glittering history, it was closed in 2007 although it continued to host East Asia, Asean and World Cup Qualifying Games till 2010. Demolishment started work in September 2011.
4.Back in 1979, a brutal murder of four children in one of the rental Geylang Bahru Hdb flats remained unsolved till today. The victims suffered more than 20 slashes on their bodies. Their bodies were found by their parents when they returned from work. Few suspects were questioned however this premeditated murder remained a mystery as there was no force entry and no concrete evidence to nail down the murderer.