ICON

Address: 10 GOPENG STREET
Type: Condo
Tenure: 99-year Leasehold
District: 02
No. of Units: 646
Estimated TOP: 2007
Developer: LUCKY PINNACLE PTE LTD (FAR EAST)

Given a modern look with clean, sleek lines matched with full-height windows, Icon makes a dramatic architectural statement. Built with functional spaces and unobstructed views to match, like the recreational and clubhouse facilities found on the 31st floor Sky Terrace, Icon is designed to be the ultimate in urban lifestyle living.

Duxton Hill, Club Street, Clarke Quay. Be spoilt for choice with the various restaurants, watering holes and nightspots available. Whether its a night out on the town, showing your best moves at the club, or buying a round of drinks or two, everything is always within easy reach.

Designed for premium living, you will find considered touches in your home in all the right places. Including Phillip Starck's. A restaurant-grade kitchen by Gaggenau, washer and dryer from Bosch. Master Bath wash basin by Duravit, and a rain shower brought to you by Antonio Miro. Decked with the finest fittings available, dwell in a home with a designer difference.

Integrated keyless access means you'll never misplace your keys again. WiFi access comes standard, and you'll find extra ceiling storage space in all units. Individualise your living space with your own choice of wall and wardrobe door finish. Featuring these and more, it's a sum of function and style that suits the demands of modern living.

Conveniently located right at the doorstep of Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, places like Suntec City, the future Sands Integrated Resort and the Marina Bay Financial Centre are all just a few minutes away. Need to go further? Simply connect to the AYE or the ECP right around the corner.

Catch up over with your neighbours on the timber deck, or unwind in a Jacuzzi or steam room at the Sky Terrace. Hit the gym, play a few rounds of tennis, or go for a swim in the 50m lap pool for a good work out. Need a getaway? Light up the grill for a hearty barbecue for an evening under the stars at Icon's very own private resort on the 7th floor.

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FACILITIES AT ICON

  • 50M LAP POOL
  • LEISURE POOL
  • AQUA AEROBICS POOL
  • JACUZZI X 2
  • WATER LABYRINTH
  • REFLEXOLOGY WATER JETS
  • AQUA LOUNGERS
  • BUBBLE SEATS
  • SCULPTURAL JETS
  • BUBBLE TUB
  • LOUNGING SHELF
  • SUN DECK
  • LANDSCAPED ISLAND
  • CHILDREN’S SPLASH ZONE
  • CHILDREN’S FUN CORNER
  • BBQ AREA
  • TENNIS COURTS
  • CLUBHOUSE
  • GYMNASIUM
  • OUTDOOR GYM
  • THEATRE LOUNGE
  • RESIDENT’S LOUNGE
  • AV ROOM
  • JACUZZI X 6
  • HOT TUB X 4
  • HANGING PAVILION X4
  • TIMBER DECK SITTING AREA
  • AROMA AREA
  • TERRACE GARDEN
  • STEAM ROOM
  • MULTI-STOREY CAR PARK
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

TANJONG PAGAR MRT STATION
Distance: 0.21 km

OUTRAM PARK MRT STATION
Distance: 0.81 km

TELOK AYER MRT STATION
Distance: 0.88 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

JEWELLERY DESIGN & MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 2.72 km

INSPIRATION DESIGN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.01 km

CHATSWORTH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (ORCHARD)
Distance: 3.13 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

CANTONMENT PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 0.53 km

CHIJ (KELLOCK)
Distance: 1.84 km

RADIN MAS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 2.28 km

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Re: RE: Boyfriend got job offer- can I join him

ecureilx:


As for the chances of landing a job and employment pass.... I'm not sure


Me says pretty low.


You can tag along with him only if you're married

Nope, not so. Possible to "tag" along unmarried

Re: RE: Re: Population Statistics - Residents and NonResidents wanna be

ecureilx:
Speaking about vandalizing. There's one guy who broke into the SMRT station and spray paint those train cars.
Wonder they really got caned for it


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The one who got caught was caned

Re: RE: Re: Scam - apartment deposit

ecureilx:

i believe you can file at SCT remotely (fax) + mail in a cheque/cashier's order. if you need help with the the payment, contact me or ask for help here.

$20 for 5k-10k claim
1% for >10k claim

https://www.statecourts.gov.sg/SmallCla ... Claim.aspx

For a small Admin fee of 50$, am ready to help

But honestly Op should do something to the landlord for renovation using deposit.

Re: RE: Re: Boy held hostage

ecureilx:

Master can balance the energy.. for the right price.

Re: Singapore Citizenship Rejected, Appeal or Reapply?

DerronTee:


3 weeks is too early. You have to give them more time to re-evaluate.
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Yes sir.
Have a nice night.

Best Regards
Derron

Re: Singapore Citizenship Rejected, Appeal or Reapply?

singaporeflyer:


3 weeks is too early. You have to give them more time to re-evaluate.

Re: Random thoughts thread

rajagainstthemachine:
Learnt a new singlish word today: Cosmo Beng - basically a cosmopolitan Ah Beng.
just wonderful! lol

Re: Boy held hostage

Barnsley:
The flat got bad feng shui now?

Re: Singapore Citizenship Rejected, Appeal or Reapply?

DerronTee:
3 weeks has gone, still no news yet.

Re: Scam - apartment deposit

taxico:
if i were you... i'd fly back. they won't have a case without before/after pics - and i think they don't have the pics.

i believe you can file at SCT remotely (fax) + mail in a cheque/cashier's order. if you need help with the the payment, contact me or ask for help here.

$20 for 5k-10k claim
1% for >10k claim

https://www.statecourts.gov.sg/SmallCla ... Claim.aspx

Boyfriend got job offer- can I join him

dynoto:
6k is enough if you live the asian lifestyle, not the expaty kind.

I used to make do with a measly 1.7k

As for the chances of landing a job and employment pass.... I'm not sure

You can tag along with him only if you're married

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Re: Boyfriend got job offer- can I join him

taxico:
no you can't join him as a dependent.

depends on your lifestyle.

you will probably not find it easy to get a job.

Re: Looking for your help, my fellow Singaporeans!

taxico:
so... when you use "Ministry..." are they dutch ministries or singapore ministries? (or a mix?)

Boyfriend got job offer- can I join him

RoseLyn1:
Hello

Situation: My boyfriend got offered a job in Singapore.
We are together for about 2 years and living together for one. He is French, I am German, and we are living in France. Both early 30s.
The job will be in sales, 40h a week, 5 days Monday through Sunday, working hours can range from 10am to 11pm.
1. If he decides to take the job, can I join him? ( we are NOT married)
2. Is 5k/month enough to live on for 2 people?

I worked as a teacher here in France and later on in sales (software).
If I am actually able to join him, can I be positive about finding work?

Thanks for any input.

Re: GP/Family Doctor/Clinic Recommendation

taxico:


Generally, I find Raffles Medical clinics to be pretty ok. They do prescribe a range of medication that is needed (so you don't have to keep going back if something doesn't work), but you can always ask them whether any of them are unnecessary.

I've been to the one in Raffles City, but no specific doctor. They're No. 10 on the list if you want to check them out at

doctors are generally not suppose to prescribe "unnecessary" medication... so if you have to ask, then you will likely be told they are all necessary (with perhaps an exception made for supplements that may not sound like supplements at first glance).

there are good GPs that really do a good job in this regard but they tend to be one man shows not likely to be located near City Hall.

my 2c.

the doctor usually does not have time to go through the list of medications and what it does for a patient's illness UNLESS the patient is willing to pay for an extended consult.

so what a patient can do is, when the medication has been dispensed, ask to take a look at all of them before paying.

if you're getting generic OTC stuff like antipyretics which you already have (or stuff you don't want), you can decline them.

the clinic assistant will then tell the dr (you'll have to wait until the current patient in the consultation room leaves) and then the dr will remove it from the records and the assistant will then proceed to change your bill.

alternatively, you are free to ask for a prescription (for all or some of the stuff prescribed) and buy them at a pharmacy at your own time.