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    Smile the Clift - Feel the life



    the Clift

    Location: 21 McCallum Street
    District: 01
    Tenure : 99 years w.e.f 2004
    Expected Completion : 2011
    Site Area: 19,578 sqft
    Total Units: 312 (1 Block of 43 storey)

    Unit Types:
    1 Bedroom ~ 505sf - 560sf
    1 Bedroom Loft ~ 753sf - 807sf
    2 Bedroom ~ 775sf - 818sf
    2 Bedroom loft ~ 1065sf



    Feel life in a way like never before. Be spellbound by the essence of modern living, expressed in creations that transcend the mundane.

    A perfect fusion of designer living and modern conveniences, nestled amidst the life of the city. It's extraordinary living, at the heart of it all. Feel alive once again.


    Feel the life, at THE CLIFT.


    Bringing new life to the city.
    Introducing THE CLIFT - the CBD's most conveted residential address. Injecting new energy and visual sophistication to the downtown streets renowned Japanese design stars like Super Potato, the building oozes minimalistic chic and elegance that hint at the modernism and sleek comforts that lie within.

    Attention to detail. The distinctive mark of world-renowned design.


    The visual spectacle of THE CLIFT's striking facade is the creation of Japanese design superstars Super Potato, an outfit founded by renowned Japanese designer Takashi Sugimoto in 1973.




    Sugimoto's design works range from interior design and space planning for bars, resturants, shops and resorts to comprehensive design direction for commerical spaces. He has been the recipient of numerous awards including the prestigious Mainchi Design Award.

    "The Mainichi Design Prize (毎日デザイン賞 ,Mainichi Dezain Shō), originally the New Japan Design Competition, is an annual award given to outstanding Japanese designers. The award, founded in 1952, is sponsored by Japanese newspaper Mainichi Shimbun It is considered Japan's most prestigious award for design."

    http://www.superpotato.jp/
    The link to Superpotato official site.

    As one of Japan's leading interior designers, Sugimoto designed Tokyo's famed Bar Radio in 1971, and has since created countless distinctive commericial spaces. Boasting characteriistically simple yet strong designs, he has in recent years become more involved in design projects like hotels and resorts. Beginning with the award-winning Mezza9 at the Grand Hyatt Singapore and Cafe TOO at the Island Shangri-La in Hong Kong, his projects are increasingly being located overseas.

    Living at The Clift

    Connect the dots between work and play at THE CLIFT, an unprecedented lifestyle abode at the heart of it all. Amidst the buzz of the surrounding downtown, discover a vibrant new concept in urban living.

    Two storeys of decadent pleasure. DUPLEX

    A duplex fantasy fit for fine dining, red wine and the simple pleasures of companionship. Indulge your passions as you soak in breadthtaking views from full-length windows, while lounging about on contemporary urban fittings.

    Revel in the modern convenience of your living space and delight in well-appointed fittings topped with the impeccable finishing your discerning taste demands for.

    I'm every woman.

    Inspiring feminine, yet strong. Let your home reflect every bit of your character and personality, with lush design touches that tease with gentle playfulness.

    "Live for the day, and thyself."

    Step into a unit designed with today's suave metropolitian man in mind. Like fine wine, a living space worthy of paced appreciation.

    Rise above it all.

    The Stage, where time stands still in bliss and relaxation.


    THE STAGE, where time stands still in bliss and relaxation

    Transcending the everyday amenities expected by today's urban dweller, THE CLIFT is home to facilities that are truly one-of-a-kind. Be enthralled by a host of modern indulgences spread across the two levels: LOUNGE - the 10th storey of the THE CLIFT, and ELEVATION - your world of private enjoyment on the 31st storey sky terrace.

    Let the good tmes flow at THE BAR STOP

    Lounge, 10th Storey

    Not just where you'll fnd a 25m Lap Pool, Lounge wll forever change the way you look at poolside entertainment.

    The Stage

    The place to head for a casual message, or simply chill out amidst a resplendent water court.

    The Bar Stop
    Let the good times flow at your very own cabana lounge.

    The White Room
    Re-define household chores with a stylish Launderette Snack Bar, fully equipped with washing and drying facilities for your precious threads.



    Dive into refreshing peace at the 25m LAP Pool.


    Additional article for the Clift.

    The Clift at McCallum Street is an art-inspired city home. This latest Far East Organization project will showcase vividly the dialogue between art and architecture that will give rise to a unique three-dimensional tactile art form that addresses the clean, functionality of a living residence.
    The Clift, standing at 43 storeys, is built for art- and city-lovers. It is located right in the heart of the city with all the conveniences and attractions that this covetous position entails.

    Art and architecture in dialogue
    Far East Organization is heartened to have played a part in the transformation of Singapore's cityscape with the introduction of innovative development concepts. Icon, Novena Medical Center, and Central broke new ground and captured the imagination of the market with their creative yet functional concepts that added new value to real estate. With The Clift, Far East Organization is adding another dimension to the architectural form, art.
    Far East Organization invited Superpotato, an internationally renowned Japanese interior design firm, and DP Architects, one of Singapore most established architecture practices, to collaborate on this iconic project.
    The result of the collaboration we hope will be an architectural artwork that will create a new realm of perceptions, as artworks are wont to generate.

    In appreciation of The Clift
    Conceived for the contemporary dweller, The Clift is designed for those who appreciate the sublime sophistication of design and refined aesthetics.
    The urbane eloquence of the building is expressed through its bold faηade treatment of lines, planes and textures that creates a distinct yet contemporary imagery. Articulations of the faηade will be created by the inter-play of various elements of the building. The result is a sculptured massing capped with a light box. The light box provides a strong landmark in the evening skyline and also serves as a concealed roof top service deck.
    Clad in an extensive glass faηade which is uncommon in typical residential developments, The Clift compliments its commercial- and office-tower neighbours, without compromising its distinctive identity as a residential home.

    Homing in on The Clift
    The Clift offers a retreat from the frantic pace of urban activities down on the street level.

    An exclusive floor up in the sky on the tenth storey offers a full range of recreational facilities for residents to work out their stress. A 25-metre lap pool and a fully equipped gymnasium ensure a good workout. Hydrotheraphy amenities such as massage jets in the shady lounge pool, spa beds and jacuzzi alcoves within the Aquagym pool and the steam bath will melt away all worries and tension.

    The amenities in this sheltered sky terrace are set in a tranquil water court surrounding shaded by verdant trellis.
    The serene ambience is carried through to the entertainment areas on the 31st storey. There are alcoves with ensuite plunge pool and jacuzzi and food preparation counters for private parties and barbecue. A clubhouse at the corner of the terrace facing Telok Ayer Street offers a cool indoor space to suit the multifarious needs of the cosmopolitan dweller.

    Living choices at The Clift
    The cosmopolitan dweller has many layout choices to choose from. The units are ergonomic in design, of clean lines and uncluttered space. There are a few sought after design elements to be found including an open kitchen layout that enables entertaining in a more relaxing atmosphere; floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise views and to ensure that the interiors are bright and airy.
    The lofts from the 31st storey onwards are reminiscent of shop-house living with all the modern amenities high in the city. High ceilings in the living space offer unparalleled views of the cityscape. The loft layout ensures a peaceful space that provides an arena for boundless creativity.

    At The Clift
    The Clift has it all.
    It is located in an enviable position, right on the pulse of the city, where tradition and modernity juxtapose harmoniously together, and contemporary trends run side by side with established practices to form different and exhilarating ways of establishing new forms of living, working and playing.
    Set away from the busy Cecil Street to the east, The Clift is bounded by McCallum Street to the north and Telok Ayer Street to the west.
    In its immediate vicinity are trend-setting bars and cafes, restaurants that cater to all taste buds and preferences, boutique shops, launderettes, and all the other amenities found in the city.
    A unique proposition offered by The Clift is history right on its doorstep. Telok Ayer was the area where many of our city's early immigrants first settled. History still stands around the corner. Buildings nearly as old as modern Singapore, Thian Hock Kheng Temple, and Nagore Durga Shrine, still serve their original religious purposes. The tropical shophouses that are unique to this region and once served as homes and work places, have been all spruced up and are alive with new uses.
    These conserved shophouses also ensure that the residents of The Clift will have lasting and panoramic views of Raffles Place and beyond. Unobstructed views of Mount Faber, and on clear days, of the distant islands, as well as the cityscape and views of Marina Bay, can be seen from the upper reaches of The Clift.

    The Clift - Art of City Living
    Far East Organization has responded to the Government's call to rejuvenate the city with its city-living projects: the 646-unit Icon at Tanjong Pagar, and the 227-unit SOHO (Small Office Home Office) component of Central by the Singapore River, and now The Clift.
    The resident population of the city will rise from three to seven per cent. This critical mass will enervate the city and create more buzz.
    The URA Concept Plan 1991 has laid the groundwork. The cultural district crowned by The Esplanade: Theatres by the Bay has staged the vibe for excitements with operas, plays, international musicals and acts. Local arts groups find homes under the arts housing scheme in Waterloo Street, Robertson Quay, and in the neighbourhood of The Clift, and the Chinatown area.

    Last year, 5,700 performance and visual arts exhibitions were held in Singapore. The Esplanade alone hosted 1,900 events and saw seven million visitors.

    The Museum precinct is elegantly set out and the doors of the museums are open. Last year a historic three quarter of a million people visited the museums. The National Museum of Singapore has reopened after its $132 million renovation. And museum lovers can also look forward to the conversion of The City Hall and the Supreme Court into a world-class art gallery by 2010.

    The beat of the city will increase many folds at The Entertainment District. The neon-lit Bugis-Selegie area will have streets of cinemas, theatres, performance venues, music and dance halls, specialty shopping centres and exciting dining outlets.
    The integrated resort and all the attractions of Marina Bay including The Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Flyer - a giant observation wheel, the landmark double helix pedestrian bridge and the Marina Barrage where water-sports events will be held will provide and add further excitement for city dwellers.

    Cosy up to breadtaking views at THE CHAMBER

    Elevation, 31st Storey
    A private world of pleasure located among the clouds, Elevation is literally an intoxicating new height of indulgence.

    The Boardwalk

    An alfresco lounge area like no other. Enjoy the breadtaking atmosphere with your drink in hand. 31 storey up.

    Sanctum
    Host a poolside party with a plunge pool and outdoor dining area, where your chosen chef may provide top-class dining under the stars.

    The Chambner
    Party the night away nice and slow at this cosy entertainment deck with jacuzzi - perfect for that causal, intimate get-together with close friends.

    Sensation
    A private massage parlour where you can enjoy professional masseur services amidst an incomparable view of the surrounding cityscape.

    Be a million miles away from a city that's all around you at SANCTUM

    Life at THE Clift

    Feel the buzz every wakng moment with endless options for wining, dining and partying just a stone's throw away from home. Or simply revel in the cultural revue of the surrounding Civic and Cultural District.

    Make a good book better.

    Make every meal a new experience.

    Discover that little shop around the corner.



    FACILITIES
    10th Storey
    • Clubhouse patio & lounge
    • Deck dining (with BBQ pits)
    • Catwalk deck with trellis & raincurtain
    • Massage pavilion
    • Cabana lounge
    • Waterwall cascade
    • Pool lounge beds
    • Launderette
    • Snack bar

    31st storey
    • Multi-purpose room
    • Lounge deck
    • Plunge pool with glass end wall
    • Dining area
    • Sauna
    • Jacuzzi

    AMENITIES
    • Near Tanjong Pagar Food Centre
    • Near Lau Pa Sat
    • Near Amoy Food Centre
    • Near Amara Hotel
    • Near Chinatown
    • Near Suntec City
    • Near VivoCity
    • Near HarbourFront
    • Near City Hall
    • Near Boat Quay
    • Near Maxwell Market & Food Centre
    • Marina Bay Sands integrated resort























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    nice pictures...

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    psf how much ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenziT77
    psf how much ?
    can someone tell me why all these advertisements..

    whenever its 'enjoy life' type ..the pictures always show ang moh ..

    and show those walking around all chinese ?

    why ?

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    actually, you'll notice all the men are angmoh. the only chinese man is the bartender. all the women are either chinese or angmoh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    can someone tell me why all these advertisements..

    whenever its 'enjoy life' type ..the pictures always show ang moh ..

    and show those walking around all chinese ?

    why ?
    I can think of only:

    1) Because Chinese don't know how to enjoy life. Only know how to work, gamble and commit suicide if lose money.

    2) Because it is supposed to be marketed to ang moh investors. Ang moh like being served by chinaman. makes them feel shiok.

    3) Because the ad agency that Far East commissioned to make this ad are ang moh agency. Ang moh males love being the Tua Kee of the world, only white and Asian women can be their partners, Asian males are only good for servants. Black males are like the antichrist to the Ang Moh male, because all the hot white women love black men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    can someone tell me why all these advertisements..

    whenever its 'enjoy life' type ..the pictures always show ang moh ..

    and show those walking around all chinese ?

    why ?
    dont know, but can you tell why the units in prospectus never end up looking like the real thing? Imagine other industries did that. Imagine ordering a Mercedes, only for the interior to end up without seats, steering wheel, and all built of the cheapest plastics. I dont really understand the concept of having to buy a new unit, just to rip out everything and renovate it because the quality is not as advertised. Why cant I just buy a naked flat. Why are showflats and prospectus images not required to be a representation of the finished product as it will be handed over to the buyer, by the developer?

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    The CLIT..

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    Have been hooked on the Amoy Lesi Lemak at Amoy market level 2 for a while so always went there to makan during office lunch hour.

    Have always think to myself while sitting at the tables along the long edge how is the future residents going to live in such a small development. Really, its a very very small piece of land. Hope the units are w/o balcony, planter, and bay window, else.........

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