The Landmark condo is a new launch residential development on the historic site of the former Landmark Tower in Outram Estate (District 3). With 396 units that range from one to five bedrooms, The Landmark offers residents tranquil homes located right on the cusp of Singapore’s CBD and Clarke Quay.
Featuring luxury interiors and state-of-the-art amenities, the landmark is an ideal choice for those looking to move up in their life. With the help of a team that is experienced in delivering high-end projects, buyers can rest assured they are in good hands when making their purchase.
These newly refurbished apartments feature top of the line appliances, Caesarstone countertops and two-toned cabinetry in the kitchens. In addition, they also feature Bosch washer/dryers and spacious closets.
What’s more, The Landmark is conveniently situated near a range of shopping malls including Central Mall, People’s Park Complex and Liang Court. These malls are home to a variety of restaurants and shops, allowing residents to enjoy an eclectic range of experiences.
On top of all this, The Landmark condo is also close to a range of public transport stops and bus interchanges, giving residents even more convenience. It is a mere 5-minute walk away from both the CTE and the MRT Station and is also in close proximity to several major commercial centres such as Robertson Quay, River Valley Road and Clarke Quay.
The landmark condo has received the permanent certificate of occupancy that owners requested on August 5. This is a welcome relief to many owners who have been unable to sell or refinance their properties for over a year because they have not had a valid CO.
This was a tough situation for the building’s board of directors to handle and it came at a time when the building’s maintenance and services were being cut back. The board did not hold an annual meeting or elections in 2018 and in May 2021, a group of condo owners started sending requests to the board demanding that the company inspect its corporate records.
Some of the complaints from the unit owners included that the company was not following proper maintenance procedures and that management was not acting in the best interests of the building. Other issues included a lack of communication between the board of directors and the building department.
Fortunately, the building’s owners have been able to resolve these problems through an agreement with the village to pay a portion of the costs. The Village has now stepped in to ensure that the building will meet the codes and regulations set forth by the Building Department, a process that should be completed within the next few months.
While the Landmark has been a popular condo for many in the community, it has come under fire from some homeowners. During a recent Village council meeting, some condo owners spoke at the podium and accused the village of being insensitive to their concerns. They claimed the village’s building department has been enforcing code violations that have resulted in many of them residing in unsafe conditions, which have cost them thousands of dollars.