Specifications

Project NameCity Suites
DeveloperCorporate Residence Pte Ltd
ArchitectTBA
Site Area1057.60sqm/11,384 sqft
No. Of Units56 Units
District12
TenureFreehold
Expected TOP2017
Carpark56 Carpark Lots
Unit Types
  • 1 Bedroom: 452 to 527 sqft (52 units)

  • 1 Bedroom + Study Penthouse: 980 to 1173 sqft (4 units)
  • 1. Foundation
    Bored pile foundation system or other approved foundation system.

    2. Superstructure
    Reinforced concrete structures using Ordinary Portland Cement comply with SS26:1997 and steel reinforcement complying with SS2 to Engineer’s design.

    3. Walls
    External/ Internal Walls – Reinforced concrete and/ or common clay bricks and/ or lightweight concrete wall panels

    4. Roof
    Flat roof – Reinforced concrete roof with appropriate waterproofing and insulation system.

    5. Ceiling
    (a) Apartment Unit
    Kitchenette, Bathroom, Powder Room
    – Ceiling board and/or ceiling box-up and/or cement sand plaster and/or skim coat with paint finish to designated area (where applicable)

    Other areas of the apartment unit
    – Cement sand plaster and/or skim coat and/or bulkhead with paint finish to designated area (where applicable)

    TYPE A / B / B1 Ceiling Height
    Living, Dining, Bedroom – Not lower than 3300mm ( Slab soffit )
    Kitchenette, Bathroom – Not lower than 2700mm ( Ceiling )

    TYPE C / D Ceiling Height
    Living, Dining, Study – Not lower than 3200mm (Slab soffit )
    Bedroom – Not lower than 3600mm (Slab soffit )
    Kitchenette, Bathroom – Not lower than 2700mm (Ceiling )
    Powder Room – Not lower than 2400mm with localized area lower than 2400mm (Ceiling )

    TYPE E / F Ceiling Height
    Living, Dining – Not lower than 3200mm (Slab soffit )
    Study – Not lower than 7100mm (Slab soffit )
    Bedroom – Not lower than 3600mm (Slab soffit )
    Kitchenette, Bathroom – Not lower than 2700mm (Ceiling )
    Powder Room – Not lower than 2400mm with localized area lower than 2400mm (Ceiling )

    (b) Common Area
    Lift Lobbies, Gymnasium, Handicapped Toilet and Staircase
    – Concrete slab or beam with skim coat and/or ceiling board with emulsion paint finish.

    6. Finishes
    Wall
    (a) Apartment Unit
    i) Living/ Dining, Bedroom, Household Shelter and Internal Staircase
    – Plaster and/ or skim coat with emulsion paint finish.
    ii) Bathroom and Powder Room
    – Ceramic and/ or Homogeneous tile to false ceiling height.
    iii) Kitchenette
    – Plaster with emulsion paint to false ceiling height.
    iv) Balcony
    – Plaster and/ or skim coat with weather resistant paint finish

    Note: No tiles behind kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinet, mirror, long bath and above false ceilings.

    (b) Common Areas
    i) Lift Lobby at 1st Storey
    – Plaster with emulsion paint to false ceiling height.
    ii) All Other Areas
    – Plaster and/ or skim coat with emulsion paint finish.

    Floor
    (a) Apartment Unit
    i) Living/ Dining and Kitchenette
    – Ceramic and/or Homogenous tile with Ceramic and/or Homogenous tile skirting
    ii) Bathroom and Powder Room
    – Ceramic and/or Homogenous tile.
    iii) Household Shelter and Balcony
    – Ceramic and/ or Homogeneous tile.
    iv) Bedroom
    – Ceramic and/or Homogenous tile with Ceramic and/or Homogenous tile skirting
    v) Internal Staircase (TYPE C, D ,E & F)
    – Ceramic and/or
    Homogenous tile with Ceramic and/or Homogenous nosing tile
    vi) A/C Ledge
    – Cement sand screed.

    (b) Common Areas
    i) Lift Lobbies at 1st Storey
    – Granite, Stone and/ or Homogeneous tile and/ or ceramic tile.
    ii) Staircase
    – Cement screed with nosing tiles or groove lines
    iii) All Other Areas
    – Homogeneous tiles, and/ or cement sand screed, and/ or granite tiles, and/ or pebble wash, and/or ceramic tiles.

    7. Windows
    7.1 Aluminium framed windows with and/or without fixed glass panel.

    Note
    (a) All Aluminum frames shall be powder coated and/or anodize finish with clear and/or tinted and/or frosted. and/or spandrel glass subject to Architect’s selection

    (b) All windows can either be side hung, bottom hung, top hung, sliding, louvred or any combination of the mentioned.

    8. Doors
    a) Main Entrance to apartments
    – Approved fire-rated timber door.
    b) Bedroom, Bathroom and Powder Room
    – Hollow core timber door.
    c) Balcony
    – Aluminum-framed sliding and/or swing glass door and/or fixed glass panel with clear and/or tinted and/or frosted glass
    d) Household Shelter
    – Approved steel door.
    e) Standard lockset to main entrance door and other timber doors.

    9. Sanitary Fittings
    (a) Bathroom
    1 no wash basin and mixer tap, 1 water closet, 1 tempered glass shower cubicle complete with shower mixer, 1 mirror and 1 toilet roll holder.
    (b) Powder Room – Unit Type C, D,E & F
    1 no wash basin and mixer tap, 1 water closet and 1 toiler roll holder.

    10. Electrical Installation
    (a) Concealed electrical wiring in conduits where possible. Where there is false ceiling, the electrical wiring will be in surface mounted in the conduit in the ceiling space.
    (b) Refer to Electrical Schedule for details.

    11. TV/ Telephone Points
    Refer to Electrical Schedule for details.

    12. Lightning Protection
    In compliance with Singapore Standard SS555.

    13. Painting
    (a) Emulsion paint for internal surfaces.
    (b) Textured coating/ Weather – shield paint to external plastered surfaces.

    14. Water Proofing
    Waterproofing to floors of Bathroom, Kitchenette, Powder Room, Planters, Balcony, Open Roof Terrace, and Concrete Flat Roof.

    15. Driveway and Car Park
    a) Surface driveway / Drop-off and Ramp
    – Concrete/stone/grass cell pavers and/or tarmac and/or concrete floor and/or stone at designated areas (where applicable)
    b) Basement car park
    – Reinforced concrete slab with floor hardener

    16. Recreation Facilities
    (a) Swimming Pool
    (b) Open Air Gym Equipment

    17. Additional Items
    (a) Kitchen Cabinets:
    -High and low level kitchen cabinets with synthetic quartz worktop complete with sink and mixer tap.
    (b) Kitchen Appliances:
    -Cooker hob, built-in Oven
    (c) Quality wardrobe to Bedroom.
    (d) Air-conditioning system provided for Living/Dining, Bedroom.
    (e) Hot water supply to bathrooms.
    (f) Security system – Audio/Video intercom system.

    Notes to Specifications
    A. Marble/ Compressed Marble / Limestone / Granite

    Marble/compressed marble/limestone/granite are natural stone materials containing veins with tonality differences. There will be colour and markings caused by their complex mineral composition and incorporated impurities. While such materials can be preselected before installation, this non-conformity in the marble/compressed marble/limestone/granite as well as non-uniformity between pieces cannot be totally avoided. Granite tiles are prepolished before laying and care has been taken for their installation. However, granite, being a much harder material than marble, cannot be re-polished after installation. Hence, some differences may be felt at the joints. Subject to clause 14.3, the tonality and pattern of the marble, limestone or granite selected and installed shall be subject to availability.

    B. Timber strips
    Timber strips are natural materials containing veins and tonal differences. Thus, it is not possible to achieve total consistency of colour and grain in their selection and installation. Timber strips are also subject to thermal expansion and contraction beyond the control of builder and vendor. Natural timber that is used outdoors will become bleached due to sunlight and rain. Thus, the cycle of maintenance on staining will need to be increased as required. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.

    C. Air-conditioning system
    To ensure good working condition of the air-conditioning system, the system has to be maintained and cleaned on a regular basis by the Purchaser. This includes the cleaning of filters, clearing of condensate pipes and charging of gas. The Purchaser is advised to engage his/her own contractor to service the air-conditioning system regularly.

    D. Television and/or Internet Access
    The Purchaser is liable to pay annual fee, subscription fee and such other fees to the television and/or internet service providers or any other relevant party or any relevant authorities. The Vendor is not responsible to make arrangements with any of the said parties for the service connection for their respective channels and/or internet access.

    E. Materials, Fittings, Equipment, Finishes, Installations and Appliances
    Subject to clause 14.3, the brand, colour and model as specified for all materials, fittings, equipment, finishes, installations and appliances to be supplied shall be provided subject to Architect’s selection and market availability.

    F. Layout/Location of Fan Coil Units, Electrical Points, Television Points, Telecommunication Points, Audio Intercom System, Door Swing Positions and Plaster Ceiling Boards
    Layout/Location of fan coil units, electrical points, television points, telecommunication points, audio intercom system, door swing positions and plaster ceiling boards are subject to Architect’s final decision and design.

    G. Warranties
    Where warranties are given by the manufacturers and/or contractors and/or suppliers of any of the equipment and/or appliances installed by the Vendor at the Unit, the Vendor will assign to the Purchaser such warranties at the time when vacant possession of the Unit is delivered to the Purchaser. Notwithstanding this assignment, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.

    H. Web Portal of the Housing Project
    The Purchaser will have to pay annual fee, subscription fee or any such fee to the service provider of the Web Portal of the Housing Project as may be appointed by the Vendor or the Management Corporation when it is formed.

    I. False Ceiling
    The false ceiling space provision allows for the optimal function and installation of M&E services. Access panels are allocated for ease of maintenance access to concealed M&E equipment for regular cleaning purposes. Where removal of equipment is needed, ceiling works will be required. Location of false ceiling is subject to the Architect’s sole discretion and final design.

    J. Glass
    Glass is manufactured material that is not 100% pure.
    Invisible nickel sulphide impurities may cause spontaneous glass breakage, which may occur in all glass by all manufacturers. The Purchaser is recommended to take up home insurance covering glass breakage to cover this possible event. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.

    K. Mechanical Ventilation System
    Mechanical Ventilation fans and ductings are provided to toilets which are not naturally ventilated. To ensure good working condition of the mechanical ventilation system, the mechanical ventilation system for the exhaust system within internal toilets (where applicable) is to be maintained by the Purchaser on a regular basis.

    L. Planter Boxes
    Private Planter boxes are designed to encourage vertical greenery in the development and cannot be converted into other uses.

    M. Wall
    All wall finishes shall be terminated at false ceiling level. There will be no tiles/stone works behind kitchen cabinets/long bath/vanity cabinet/mirror.

    N. Cable Services
    The Vendor shall endeavour to procure a service provider for cable television and/or internet services (the “Cable Services”) to provide the necessary cabling or connection from its network to the Unit and/or the Housing Project (or any part or parts thereof), so as to enable the Unit and/or the Housing Project to receive the Cable Services. In the event, despite reasonable efforts being made by the Vendor, the Vendor is unable to procure any service provider to provide the said cabling or connection, thereby resulting in there being no Cable Services available in the Unit and/or the Housing Project, the Vendor shall not be liable to the Purchaser for any compensation or for any damages, costs, fees, expenses or losses whatsoever, or howsoever incurred, by virtue of the Purchaser being unable to obtain the Cable Services in the Unit and/or the Housing Project.