A historic building with its own unique story and architecture can be a source of pride for many people. This is especially true for those living in buildings that were once the headquarters of a famous company or were the place where an important event occurred, such as a funeral or a society gathering.
In New York City, where iconic buildings have long enchanted residents and tourists, a landmark can be a key selling point for a luxury condominium. The Broad Exchange Building in the Financial District, for example, was turned into a luxury condo with more than 300 residences.
The Landmark in Vail
The Landmark is a centrally located condominium in Lionshead Village, just a short walk from the gondola and resort facilities. This high-end property is a sought after option for families visiting the area during the ski season.
It’s also an ideal spot for those who enjoy a quiet, tranquil lifestyle. With a number of condominiums in the building, residents can choose a unit with a view of the mountains or the lake, or a more private, secluded setting.
Among the amenities at Landmark are an elegant club room with a grand bar/lounge, media room and resort style pool and fitness center. Guests can also enjoy free valet parking and a full time doorman.
A renowned developer in Singapore, ZACD Group is in collaboration with industry moguls MCC Land and SSLE Development to launch The Landmark condo. The development is set to become an icon in the Outram area of District 3.
Surrounded by a myriad of malls, UE Shopping Mall, People’s Park Complex and Hong Lim Food Centre & Market are all within walking distance. The Central Mall and Chinatown MRT station are also a short drive away.
In addition, the area’s proximity to the Marina Coastal Expressway and Ayer Rajah Expressway makes The Landmark condo convenient for access to key areas in downtown Singapore. The development is also just a short walk away from the iconic Outram Park, which is home to many outdoor activities.
The condominium offers a number of floor plans, from studios to four bedrooms. Most units have a king-sized bed in the master bedroom, while queen beds or singles are common throughout other bedrooms.
A large dining area sits between the kitchen and living room, and each unit is fully equipped with a washer/dryer, refrigerator and dishwasher. The kitchen features Caesarstone countertops with two-toned cabinetry and white oak hardwood floors.
One of the most popular features of these homes is their unobstructed dramatic all directional views. These views can be enjoyed at sunset or at night, and are perfect for watching the stars.
Another feature that sets these condos apart is their open concept design. The kitchen and dining areas are connected with a living room featuring high ceilings, custom-built solid cabinetry and a spacious “dinner for four” patio.
Whether you are a first-time buyer or an experienced real estate investor, there are many advantages to buying a condominium at a historic landmark. Not only are these properties highly sought after by buyers who want to preserve the history of their home, but they also offer an opportunity to get a head start on your renovation or remodeling project before it becomes too expensive.