Sky Habitat is set to become an iconic landmark, shaping one of Singapore’s most desirable of residential estates (Bishan), injecting modernity to city-fringe living.

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Raising the benchmark for city-fringe living

Situated at the heart of Bishan is Sky Habitat, an iconic and architecturally distinctive development, just steps away from Junction 8, the district’s premier shopping mall. Relax at the infinity Sky Pool on the 38th floor, where a rooftop oasis awaits as you enjoy panoramic views spanning the picturesque park and city skyline.

Enjoy your very own living space that opens to the sky, set up a picnic on the terrace for the family or cultivate a garden corner. Sky Habitat is your sanctuary in one of Singapore’s most desirable residential estates, providing the perfect escape without having to travel too far away from the city-center.

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The Inspiration behind Sky Habitat

A new landmark set to transform Bishan

“I think you need to, as an architect, understand the essence of a place and create a building that feels like it resonates with the culture of a place.”
– Moshe Safdie

Inspired by Habitat 67, an architectural landmark in Montreal, Canada, that transformed the face of urban living, Moshe Safdie puts a new spin on city-fringe living with Sky Habitat, redefining apartment living through design, form and function.

The Making of a Modern Classic

An architectural icon that stands the test of time

Distinctive in design, ‘modern classics’ are iconic symbols that transcend time. Widely considered as one of the most recognisable buildings in Canada, the Habitat 67 model community and housing complex was built in Montreal in 1967 with Moshe Safdie at the helm, and has been celebrated as a development of architectural significance ever since.

Echoing the traits of a future architectural landmark, Sky Habitat is set to shape the vibrant, mature residential estate of Bishan into one that will change the face of city-fringe living. Much like the design icons that we know of today, Sky Habitat will be one such development that remains a modern classic, shaping how we live, now and tomorrow.

Garden Living from Above

Where generous outdoor spaces are extensions of your home

There’s always room to breathe at Sky Habitat. Each unit boasts a private garden or an outdoor space that opens up to the sky, allowing you to bring the outside in or to extend your internal spaces.

Plan a dinner under the stars, tend to your very own herb garden and bond with the family at home, Sky Habitat gives you the space and freedom to entertain and celebrate every occasion.

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