Watermark @ Robertson Quay


Watermark @ Robertson Quay is a boutique mixed development with lofts, private lift lobbies and retail shops. This element of conservation injects uniqueness into the project. Old warehouses on this site were built in the late 1800s by Danish trading firm East Asiatic Company. It has the ‘loft living’ concept borrowed from New York City where artists moved into abandoned industrial buildings for cheap rent and large space in the 1950s.

Those complexes have since been converted into upmarket loft apartments and studio flats, and celebrities and investment bankers have long since replaced the struggling artists. Under the Urban Redevelopment Authority guidelines, the 19th century warehouse facade at the Watermark will be integrated into its overall contemporary design.

Location: Rodyk Street (District 9)
Tenure: Freehold
Year of
Completion: 2008
Site Area: approx 90,000 sqft
Total Units: 206 in 10-storey boutique-styled development

Units Types:
Shops (8 units) ~ ground floor
2 rooms (4 units) ~ above the shops (conservation type)
2 rooms (64 units)
2 rooms + study (50 units)
3 rooms (19 units)
3 rooms + study (28 units)
3 rooms + roof terrace (15 units)
3 rooms + study + roof terrace (8 units)
4 rooms (14 units)
4 rooms + roof terrace (4 units)
Unit Sizes: 900-1,800 sqft

Lap pool | Children’s pool | Jacuzzi | ‘Rainwater’ shower deck | Water features | Tea deck | Reading verandah | Rock garden | Mist fountain | Changing room with steam room | Lounge | Gym | Koi pond | Putting green | Children’s playground | BBQ

The unique selling point is its central location at Robertson Quay. Sited in the area that is easily accessible by foot to Singapore’s entertainment districts, Mohammed Sultan and Clarke Quay, Watermark @ Robertson Quay is one of the very few developments that offers city living, is close to the CBD and Orchard Road but maintains the serenity of residential living.

Contact us at [email protected] for more information or viewing appointment. 

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