Artisanal cafes, rich cultural heritage, proximity to East Coast Park, and laksa – these are a few of our favourite things about Katong, a quaint little neighbourhood on the East side of Singapore. With a mix of high-rise apartments and low-rise shophouses, Katong is a vibrant melting pot of cultures and cuisines thanks to a marriage of the old and the new here.
Together with Marine Parade and East Coast, Katong is part of the District 15 region of Singapore, which runs along East Coast Park and stops just outside of the CBD. This prime location makes District 15 one of the more popular residential neighbourhoods where both Singaporeans and expats would love to call home.
If you’re all about the East-side life and are looking to live in the Katong area, we’ve rounded up some new condos with a number of balance units available for you to have a look at.
1. Tembusu Grand (TOP Q3 2028) – 57% sold
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One of the newest condos in the Katong area that launched this year is Tembusu Grand, a 99-year leasehold condo project by CDL and MCL Land that’s set to TOP by Q3 2028. Located at 92 Jalan Tembusu – a small side road just off Tanjong Katong Road – Tembusu Grand features 638 units, ranging from the likes of 1-bedders right up to 5-bedder units. In case you were interested, these units span across 4 apartment blocks, with either 20 or 21 storeys per block.
During its launch weekend, it sold about 53% of its units, at an average selling price of $2,465 psf. This translates to starting prices of about $1.55 million for 2-bedders, $2.28 million for 3-bedders, $3.29 million for 4-bedders, and $4.03 million for 5-bedders. No doubt these are pretty hefty prices, but they’re still within the ballpark figures for new launch condos in the Rest of Central Region (RCR) vicinity, especially one that close to the CBD.
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Apart from the usual mix of facilities that condos have, one unique feature of Tembusu Grand is that it will offer residential concierge services, where staff will be on-site to assist with services like parcel collection, arrival welcome and assistance, and hotel and restaurant reservations. This certainly elevates Tembusu Grand, giving it a sort of hotel-esque luxury status for its residents.
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Location-wise, there are many things to shout about too. Apart from being close to East Coast Park – which we all love – it’s also close to several brand-name schools such as Haig Girls, CHIJ (Katong), and Tanjong Katong Primary within its 2km radius.
Connectivity also won’t be an issue: Tembusu Grand will be just a short 8-minute walk away from the future Tanjong Katong MRT station, which is along the Thomson-East Coast Line. And of course, you’ll be spoilt for choice with all the food and retail options in the area.
Contact the Tembusu Grand developer team directly here for more info or to arrange a viewing.
2. The Continuum (TOP Q4 2027) – 34% sold
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Another condo launched earlier this year in the Katong area is The Continuum. It is a freehold condo, which is quite rare in the East area – even for condo projects in general these days. It’s set to TOP in Q4 2027.
Altogether, The Continuum has a total of 816 units, from the smallest 1-bedders right up to 5-bedders. During its launch weekend earlier in May, only 26.5% of units were sold at an average selling price of $2,732 psf.
Given that it’s in the same general vicinity as Tembusu Grand and was also launched around the same time, we guess that the premium in price is because of its freehold status, as well as it being more centrally located as compared to Tembusu Grand.
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In terms of unit prices, the starting prices for a 1-bedder with a study was $1.46 million, a 3-bedder for around $2.32 million, and the most expensive 5-bedder option at $5.4 million.
Like Tembusu Grand, The Continuum also sits along the main Tanjong Katong Road. However, it’s slightly further away from the East Coast Park area, and closer towards the likes of Paya Lebar. This will mean you’re further away from Katong itself and East Coast Park, but as it’s just a 5-10 minute difference, it’s negligible.
Iconic landmark The Red House is located nearby on East Coast Road.
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On the other hand, you’re closer to places like Paya Lebar, Joo Chiat and even Geylang, which unlocks more food, recreation, and retail options.
Contact the The Continuum developer team directly here for more info or to arrange a viewing.
3. K Suites (TOP Dec 2025) – 21% sold
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In a nutshell, K Suites is a freehold condo that’s set to TOP by December 2025, making it one of the earliest new launch condos in the Katong vicinity.
It’s located at Lorong K Telok Kurau, which is where the private landed residential enclave is nestled. In fact, K Suites sits right smack in the middle of the landed property estate. While this is great as it elevates the prestige factor of the development and also affords you some privacy, the trade-off is that public transport connectivity can be a bit of a hassle.
For instance, you have to take a short walk to the main road – Still Road – and then a little bit more to the nearest bus stop, which has just 3 services plying that route. The closest MRT station is Eunos, but according to Google Maps, it’s a good 15-minute walk away. Even if you do decide to take a bus, it will take you around the same time.
All in all, the location of K Suites can be a hassle unless you drive. But if you do, it is pretty convenient given its proximity to PIE and other major roads such as East Coast Road.
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K Suites is different from the other condos – it is a very small development. How small? Well, it only has 19 units in total, ranging from 3-bedders to 4-bedders, plus four 5-room penthouses, all housed within a single apartment block that’s 5 storeys high.
Compared to the likes of Tembusu Grand, which has 638 units, and The Continuum with 816 units, the best way to describe K Suites would be “a boutique upscale condominium”, with an elevated premium luxury status given that it is a very small community.
It does have some of the usual condo amenities such as a swimming pool and BBQ pits. However, some notable omissions are function rooms and an indoor gym, although there is an outdoor fitness area. One positive is the ground-to-ceiling height: normal units are about 3.5m tall, while the penthouses on the top floor will be 7m tall.
As of the time of writing, only 21% of units have been sold, so there are quite a few options available. From what we found online, prices start from $2.06 million for 3-bedder units, $2.53 million for 4-bedroom units, and upwards of $3.1 million for the 5-room penthouses.
Contact the K Suites developer team directly here for more info or to arrange a viewing.
4. Atlassia (TOP Nov 2025) – 76% sold
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Another new launch condo in Katong that is set to TOP relatively early is Atlassia, a freehold condominium. Similar to K Suites, it’s a small boutique condo with only 31 units. However, it’s set to be a mixed-use development with 8 shophouse units on the ground floor.
Unlike the other condos on our list, which are more contemporary-looking, Atlassia integrates the old-world charm of Joo Chiat and Katong with modern architecture. The shophouses in the area are undoubtedly an iconic sight, and conserving these gems is certainly an important endeavour in retaining the character and heritage of the estate. And so, developers K16 Development decided to seamlessly weave in the new with the old, resulting in a development that is new and modern, but still pays homage to the rich cultural history of Katong.
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There’s the usual unit mix, with 13 2-bedders units dominating the lineup. On the other end of the spectrum, the development’s only 5-bedroom penthouse unit stands at a massive 2,692sqft. All units are decked out in modern luxury finishings to give you that sense of opulence.
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As of the time of writing, approximately 76% of units have already been sold. The average selling price is around $2,107 psf, which makes it one of the more affordable condo projects out there. A check online shows that 4-bedders are going for around $2.6 million, while 3-bedders are slightly cheaper at $2.4 million.
On, and in case you were wondering, the 5-bedroom penthouse is listed online for sale at a cool $5.1 million!
Contact the Atlassia developer team directly here for more info or to arrange a viewing.
5. Grand Dunman (TOP Q2 2028) – 54% sold
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Set to TOP in 2028, Grand Dunman is a huge condo housing 1,008 units across 7 blocks, with around 18 storeys per block. At Grand Dunman, most units will get to enjoy unblocked views of the surroundings, given that it’s one of the only high-rise developments in the area and is surrounded mostly by landed property.
Speaking of location, Grand Dunman’s address is in its name: Dunman Road. In fact, it’s just a 2-minute walk from the nearby Dakota MRT and a short walk away from Old Airport Road Hawker Centre. While it does technically fall under District 15, it’s a fair bit further away from Katong, and closer to Kallang/Mountbatten.
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On its opening weekend, Grand Dunman sold just over half of its units at an average selling price of $2,500 psf. According to reports, the smaller units proved to be more popular, with 77% of 2-bedder units and 61% of 3-bedder units sold.
In terms of absolute prices, 2-bedders start from upwards of $1.55 million, 3-bedders from $2.21 million, and 4-bedders from $3.02 million.
Contact the Grand Dunman developer team directly here for more info or to arrange a viewing.
Other new launch condos near Katong that are nearly sold out
6. Liv@MB (TOP Q2 2024) – 94% sold
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One of the more popular condos launched in District 15 recently is Liv@MB. Sitting where the former Katong Park Tower used to be, Liv@MB is a 99-year leasehold condo that’s set to TOP in Q2 2024.
The development has 298 apartments and a whole slew of high-end facilities for its residents. In addition, each unit comes equipped with premium brand-name fittings, as well as smart features to truly be a home of the future.
As of the time of writing, approximately 94% of units have been sold. The average selling price seems to trend around $2,200 to $2,400 psf, which is more or less in line with other new launch condos in the same region.
Contact the Liv @ MB developer team directly here for more info or to arrange a viewing.
7. Royal Hallmark (TOP Nov 2025) – 84% sold
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Just like K Suites and Atlassia, Royal Hallmark is a boutique condo development with a small number of units – 32, to be exact. The project is expected to TOP in November 2025.
Royal Hallmark stands out from other new launch condo projects with its iconic black and white bungalow aesthetic that pays homage to colonial properties that were in the vicinity right up to the 1930s. It does come with the usual frills that you’d expect in most condos, including a swimming pool, BBQ pits, and an outdoor fitness corner.
A check online shows that the average indicative selling price seems to trend around $1,900 to $2,200 psf. This roughly translates to around $1.8 million to $1.99 million for a 3-bedder unit, and around $2.2 million to $2.3 million for a 4-bedder unit. As of the time of writing, over 84% of units have already been sold, so be sure to get on it.
Contact the Royal Hallmark developer team directly here for more info or to arrange a viewing.
8. Meyer Mansion (TOP Jun 2024) – 99% sold
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If you’ve always wanted to wake up to stunning views of the sea right from the comfort of your home, then you should look at a red-hot condo project newly launched in District 15: Meyer Mansion, which is expected to TOP in June 2024.
Standing at 25 storeys tall, each of the 200 units are granted breathtaking views of 2 possible angles: sea-facing units will naturally get to see the calming views of the Singapore Straits, while inland-facing units will get unblocked views of the Marine Parade landed property enclave.
Another big plus is that the upcoming Katong Park MRT station will only be 5 minutes away from Meyer Mansion, so residents will get to enjoy connectivity to the CBD or other parts of Singapore via the Thomson-East Coast Line.
As of the time of writing, 99% of the units have already been sold. That said, there have been some units that have already exchanged hands – yes, even before the condo had been completed – and the prices are eye-watering. For instance, several 1-bedders were sold for around $1.4 million, while 3-bedders were sold for around $3.9 million to $4 million, which translates to an average selling price of around $2,600 to $2,700 psf!
Contact the Meyer Mansion developer team directly here for more info or to arrange a viewing.
New condos being launched near Katong
Unlike other East neighbourhoods such as Tampines or Pasir Ris, Katong embodies an old-world charm that’s characteristic of Singapore in the 70s and 80s. With the preservation of its multicoloured shophouses refurbished into specialty shops and eating joints, it’s hard not to love Katong, especially if you’re looking to live away from the modernity of Singapore and in a place that’s more rustic and vintage.
The exciting part is that there are a number of new launch condos in this area that cater to a wide range of homebuyers. Whether you’re after a boutique residence with a handful of neighbours or want a larger development with over 600 units, there’s an option in District 15 for you.
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