Designed by award-winning firm DB2Land, orchard sophia developer promises a luxurious retreat that is both understated and timeless. This new launch is poised to attract discerning investors and homeowners who appreciate the finer things in life.
Leong explains that his team’s goal is to make the project feel exclusive for residents, whether they are owner occupiers or tenants. “From the moment they arrive at the basement carpark or drop-off point to the lobby, I want them to be enveloped in a sense of luxury,” he says. “Even when they enter their units, the design will have them reminisce of staying in boutique hotels.”
The development, which is freehold, consists of two neighbouring condos, Fairhaven and Sophia Ville, that DB2 bought en bloc in 2020. The site measures 23,881.5 sq ft and will yield 78 new condo units. About a quarter are one-bedroom units of 441 to 484 sq ft, while the rest are two-bedders and three-bedders, including seven dual-key apartments.
According to Yip, Orchard Sophia’s unique identity will draw a distinct group of buyers, including singles and families. “Its proximity to tertiary education institutions such as the School of the Arts (SOTA), LaSalle College of the Arts, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) and Singapore Management University will also appeal to professionals from the creative industries,” she adds.
Orchard Sophia’s location will also attract commuters, with Dhoby Ghaut MRT interchange station, which connects to the North-South Line, East-West Line and Circle Line, a short walk away. The Orchard Road shopping district and a host of restaurants, cafes and bars are also within close proximity to the development. orchard Sophia