With 28 exclusive apartments including 8 maisonettes, this 5-storey apartment development offers resort-style pool and spa, exotic Asian courtyards and water trellises.
Located in the heart of town, Stevens Loft provides privacy, tranquility and quiet living where only the discerning few can appreciate. The apartment layout comes in 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3 bedroom maisonettes. Their sizes ranging from 700 sq.ft. to 2,100 sq.ft.
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FACILITIES AT STEVENS LOFT
- SWIMMING POOL
- 24-HOUR SECURITY
- CAR PARK
NEAREST MRT STATIONS
STEVENS MRT STATION
Distance: 0.28 km
NEWTON MRT STATION
Distance: 1.4 km
BOTANIC GARDENS MRT STATION
Distance: 1.4 km
NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS
CHINESE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 0.53 km
SAN YU ADVENTIST SCHOOL
Distance: 1.71 km
ISS ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL
Distance: 1.79 km
NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS
SINGAPORE CHINESE GIRLS' PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 0.44 km
ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (PRIMARY)
Distance: 1.05 km
ANGLO-CHINESE SCHOOL (JUNIOR)
Distance: 1.9 km
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I don’t really understand why you’d want to apply for PEP. If you’re officially still employed for a few months, why don’t you just use that time to find a new job instead? In the eyes of ICA, it’d look like a normal job change and it wont hurt your chances with your PR application either .....
If you try to renew your REP without a job, it won’t be instantaneous and ICA may call to ask why you are not working etc before probably giving you an REP for 1 year to allow you to find a job.
Or you could do exactly what SMS said, which is to wait till you find a job and then renew your REP .....