Located at 18 Anderson Road, Singapore, Nouvel 18 is the ultimate modern posh living. Prestige, dramatic façade, lush, green, nature, tranquility, modern, class, are some words to describe Nouvel 18. Designed by Jean Nouvel, Pritzker Prize winner and Architect Extraordinaire, Nouvel 18 is the embodiment of modern approach to elegance luxury living with leisure in a true nature.
Nouvel 18 is an enviable exclusive development in a prestigious address with only 156 exquisite units equipped with branded designer fittings. The luxury goes beyond the wall with the lavish facility to indulge mind, body, and soul. A various selection of relaxation and recreational activity to experience in the nature theme environment; lap pool with wooden deck, 8 different themed sky terraces, tennis court surrounded by greenery, and the residential host service to complete the hospitality character of the lifestyle.
Nouvel 18 is not just any new development in town. Besides the location to boast about, Nouvel 18 offer space for family living. A range of selection from spacious 2+study, 3-bedroom, 3+study or 4+study or the sky suite luxury residences, right up to the ultimate in fine living: the penthouses.
Nouvel 18 is only steps from Orchard area, the world famous shopping belt, and neighbor to luxurious world class hotels such as Shangri-la Hotel, St Regis Hotel, etc. Being right in the prestigious vicinity of Ardmore enclave it is surrounded by amenities for daily convenience such as grocery shopping, world class restaurants with variety of sumptuous cuisines, malls housing retail and boutiques of world class brand, banks, cinema, hospitals, etc. Nouvel 18 is also near to prestigious schools and international schools. Reputable academic institutions including Singapore Chinese Girls’ School and Chatsworth International School (Orchard Campus) are situated within the district. Other schools within 1-2 km are Anglo Chinese School, Chinese International School, St Joseph Institution, etc.
Despite its private vicinity, public transportation is easily reached. Nouvel 18 is only 5 minute walk to Orchard Road where plenty of buses serve the area, and it is also a short distance to Orchar MRT station.
As the saying goes; location, location, location, Nouvel 18 is not only at any traditionally good location. It emerges as one of luxurious condominiums in coveted area near Orchard Road with greenery and tranquility. Nouvel 18 is located in the prestigious private estate at Ardmore enclave, district 10 of Singapore. Situated at 16 & 18 Anderson Road, Nouvel 18 is only a short distance to Orchard Road.
|Developer:||Summervale Properties Pte Ltd|
|Project Name:||Nouvel 18|
|Location / Address:||16 & 18 Anderson Road|
|Site Area:||10,414.20 sqm / 112,098.45 sqft|
|TOP Date:||26 Nov 2014|
|Description:||Condominium development comprising 2 blocks of 36 storey towers accommodating a total of 156 units. The development is designed with sky gardens, recreational facilities with clubhouse and 2 levels of car park (including 1 basement carpark)|
|No. of Car Park lots:||246 lots including 8 handicapped lots|
|No. of Units:||156|
WHY NOUVEL 18
Living in Nouvel 18 is every family's dream. The apartments have more than enough space for family bonding. Fittings and finishes are of excellent quality from international brand. The condo facility will bring residents each time to a vacation mood. Resort style swimming pool and BBQ corner are surrounded by greenery and tranquility. Residents will also enjoy the signature Premiere Residential Service which will extend assistance to ensure convenience.
Freehold development, located in Ardmore / Anderson enclave (prime district 10)
Great rental potential (located in prestigious residential neighbourhood)
Breathtaking views of Singapore’s premier address – Ardmore Park, Shangri-La and Anderson locale
6-minute walk to famous Orchard Road shopping belt – Ion Orchard, Paragon, Ngee Ann City (Takashimaya), Wisma Atria, Cineleisure, etc
A short stroll to upcoming Orchard MRT interchange and upcoming Orchard Boulevard MRT Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line
Close proximity to Central Business District, Marina Bay Esplande Theatres on the Bay, Singapore Flyer, American Club, Tanglin Club, Singapore Botanic Gardens and a UNESCO World Heritage
Near to popular education institutions such as Raffles Girls’ School (Sec), Anglo Chinese School (Jnr), Chatsworth International School and ISS International School
Future potential upside –URA 2019 Draft Master Plan on Orchard Road and Future sale site (Orchard Blvd)
Full condominium facilities with Signature Residential Services, efficient layout, with designers’ fittings such as Miele, Duravit & Grohe
SITE PLAN - NOUVEL 18
FLOOR PLAN - NOUVEL 18
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM - NOUVEL 18
ORCHARD REJUVENATION & BRING BACK THE ORCHARD
The government has announced the future plan for Orchard Road, aiming to transform Singapore's main shopping belt into a “must-visit” lifestyle destination. In order to strengthen Orchard Road’s position as a lifestyle destination, the plans aim to offer experiences to bring out the unique identity of its four sub-precincts - Tanglin, Orchard, Somerset and Dhoby Ghaut.
We extract below the information on Orchard Road rejuvenation and Bring Back the Orchard from the URA official website for your benefit to have more information about future Orchard Road.
Plans to enhance Orchard Road as a Lifestyle Destination unveiled
Immediate initiatives include the launch of Design Orchard and a one-year trial to curate pop-up experiences along the pedestrian mall.
The Singapore Tourism Board (STB), Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) and National Parks Board (NParks) announced plans to strengthen Orchard Road’s position as a must-visit lifestyle destination.
Minister for Trade and Industry and Co-Chair of Ministerial Steering Committee for Orchard Road Chan Chun Sing said, “Against the backdrop of increasing competition from other cities and the evolving retail landscape, Orchard Road has remained at the forefront of consumer trends to stay relevant to local and international visitors. This was made possible with the public and private sectors working together to bring in innovative concepts and exclusive retail offerings. We will continue our partnership with the private sector to develop Orchard Road as a vibrant lifestyle destination that offers an exceptional experience beyond retail.”
The plans were unveiled after STB, URA and NParks, together with the Land Transport Authority, embarked on a review of the future plans for Orchard Road. During the exercise, consultations were held with private sector stakeholders, alongside a study1 led by international cities and property consulting firm Cistri Pte Ltd.
The plans have two main thrusts: to make Orchard Road ‘The Lifestyle Destination’; and to ‘Bring Back the Orchard’.
The Lifestyle Destination
As a lifestyle destination, Orchard Road will offer differentiated experiences to bring out the unique identity of each sub-precinct2. Innovative retail concepts, attractions, entertainment and events will be introduced at each sub-precinct to cater to the varied interests of visitors. Side streets such as Killiney Road and Orchard Turn will also be enhanced to allow visitors to discover the lesser known parts of the precinct and better connect Orchard Road to the surrounding neighbourhoods.
New lifestyle experiences can be introduced at Tanglin to strengthen its identity as a mixed-use neighbourhood with a strong arts and artisanal flavour. For instance, the conserved Tudor Court can be used to house more arts, cultural and lifestyle offerings. The upcoming opening of the Orchard Boulevard MRT station on the Thomson-East Coast Line will bring added convenience to visitors in this sub-precinct.
At the centre of Orchard Road is the main shopping belt around Orchard and Somerset MRT stations, which will remain the retail heart of Singapore. The shopping experience can be enhanced through more street activities and better pedestrian connectivity.
Come April 2019, the Orchard Road Business Association (ORBA) will start a one-year trial to bring in experiential activities to enliven event spaces along the pedestrian mall in Orchard Road. These activities could range from retail and food and beverage pop-ups to arts and entertainment events.
Future mixed-use developments will be built at the upcoming Thomson-East Coast Line Orchard Interchange MRT station. These will be well connected to Orchard Road through side streets to bring more people and add buzz and vibrancy to the precinct.
Elevated link bridges can make it easier for visitors to cross the junction of Orchard-Paterson Roads, as well as provide opportunities for a picturesque shot of Orchard Road.
Somerset, already known as a youth hub, can be further enhanced with new lifestyle offerings catering to youths. For instance, the Grange Road car park can be transformed into a dynamic event space, where activities are regularly refreshed.
The newly-opened Design Orchard is a significant milestone in making Orchard Road a Lifestyle Destination. Through its retail showcase of home-grown brands, incubation spaces and rooftop amphitheatre, Design Orchard will inject greater retail diversity to Orchard Road, as well as offer promising brands an unparalleled opportunity to present themselves in a world-class location.
These new developments can be better connected via sculptural canopies, providing shelter and seamless connectivity at this busy intersection, while creating another signature node on Orchard Road.
Dhoby Ghaut is envisaged as a family-friendly lifestyle zone, nestled in lush greenery. Existing green spaces at the Istana Park, Dhoby Ghaut Green and the open space at Plaza Singapura can be linked up by pedestrianising a section of the road. More space will be available to create children play areas and flexible event venues for festivals and fashion shows.
Bring Back the Orchard
Over the years, Singapore has acquired an international reputation as a City in a Garden. Coupled with Orchard Road’s origins as a nutmeg, clove and fruit orchard, there is an unprecedented opportunity for the precinct to be distinguished from other international shopping streets by Bringing Back the Orchard.
Orchard Road is envisaged as a lush green urban corridor connecting the historical green spaces: Singapore Botanic Gardens and Fort Canning Park. The streets can be enhanced through a curated showcase of vibrant trees and shrubs that depict the colours of the tropics. Nutmeg and cloves can also be incorporated in strategic locations, to draw back to Orchard Road’s origins. Additionally, Istana Park can also be rejuvenated with themed gardens inspired by the botanical and horticultural traditions and practices seen throughout Singapore’s history.
“All cities have their own popular shopping streets and neighbourhoods. In Singapore, Orchard Road is our premier shopping district. But it is facing stiff competition from other cities, and has to adapt to rapidly changing retail trends. That’s why government agencies have been working with private sector stakeholders on the rejuvenation plans for Orchard Road. We have put together these ideas to illustrate the possibilities of making Orchard a place for all to experience and enjoy. Orchard Road is not a greenfield site. It is a 2 km long major thoroughfare in our central area, highly built up on both sides of the road. So any changes will take time and will require actions from both the government and private sector. We will continue to take in feedback and suggestions, and work with all stakeholders to refine and progressively implement the plans to make Orchard Road a great street in our City in a Garden,” said Minister for National Development and Co-Chair of Ministerial Steering Committee for Orchard Road Lawrence Wong.
Mr Philip Ng, Chief Executive Officer, Far East Organization, said: “The upcoming plan to transform Orchard Road must be underpinned by collaboration at many levels between the private and public sectors. Retail is Detail, and Orchard Road’s transformation into a bustling lifestyle destination will require a robust partnership. We must all do our part.”
“My first impressions of Orchard Road started with the Mont D’or cake shop and the first Herbie Volkswagen on display in the 1970s. Since then, I am always pleasantly surprised by the constant evolution of this street. The proposed plans for Orchard Road are something I look forward to, and will serve to position Orchard Road as one of the premier lifestyle destinations in the world,” said Mr Ho Sing, Chief Executive Officer, YTL Starhill Global REIT Management Limited.
Public Exhibition at Orchard Fountain Corner
A public exhibition on the future plans for Orchard Road will be held at Orchard Fountain Corner beside 313@Somerset from 30 January to 13 February, where the public is welcome to visit and share their feedback. Public can also learn about the Orchard Road plans and share their feedback at https://ura.sg/orchardrd till 31 May 2019.
1 The study was conducted by a multi-disciplinary team led by Cistri Pte Ltd and included DP Architects Pte Ltd, Arup Singapore Pte Ltd, DataSpark, Future Cities Laboratory and Rider Levett Bucknall.
2 The sub-precincts are Tanglin, Orchard, Somerset and Dhoby Ghaut.