The Perfect Place to Live

I have been going to King’s Dock for a while because I love to go boating. That is where my friends and I would congregate ever since we graduated from university. When I saw that a new development was being constructed there, I wanted to get as much information on it as I could. I did a search for corals at keppel bay even before the ground was broke, and I liked the artist’s renditions of what was going to be built there. I kept my eye on this project, and it started coming together even better than I had expected it to.

What I really liked about it is that it is not crowded. A lot of the new developments in the area will try to cram as many people in one building as possible. Here, there are 366 units, but they are spread out over 11 blocks. That means on average, there are only 30 units per block, give or take. I much prefer living like that rather than feeling like a sardine. Another thing that I liked other than the location and design was how close it was to everything I could possibly need.

There are so many restaurants, shops and fun things to do that are just minutes from the development. Even my work is closer to this development than the one I was living in before. There was not one thing I did not like about this, which is why I submitted my application shortly after it became available to do that. I usually do not make spur of the moment decisions, but this was one where I knew it was just too good to pass up. I hope to be living here for the rest of my life, because it truly is the perfect place to live for me.

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