New co-living property lyf Farrer Park features fully furnished apartments, communal lounge, gym
The amenities are available 24/7 to provide convenience for the residents.
Lyf Farrer Park, a new co-living property located in the enclave of Little India was officially launched by local lodging company, The Ascott Limited on Wednesday (May 25).
The opening follows the recent establishment of lyf one-north Singapore in January, making it the sixth lyf property to open in Asia and the third in Singapore.
The development is designed to offer “digital nomads and creative self-starters a dynamic environment to live, work, and play”.
There are three apartments available for guests to choose from – One of a Kind, Side by Side and Two of a Kind.
One of a Kind is a studio apartment which caters to couples with its queen sized bed. The Side by Side apartment offers twin beds which are able to house two comfortably. The two-bedroom Two of a Kind apartment is more spacious and can accommodate up to four people.
Additionally, the development offers a variety of amenities which are available round the clock.
The gym is furnished with essential equipment like kettlebells, dumbbells, core bags and treadmills. An outdoor fitness corner is situated at level four as well for residents who prefer working out in the open.
Those looking to clean their clothes can check out the laundromat at level one where there are washers and dryers available on demand.
There is also a communal lounge which doubles as a co-working space. It offers a variety of seat options, comprising of plush lounge chairs, insulated private booths and cascading steps.
Meeting rooms are available as well for creative brainstorming sessions or virtual meetings. These rooms can be combined to accommodate up to 50 people for events such as workshops and product launches.
The walls are also adorned with illustrations which reflect the heritage and culture of the district. The murals pay homage to Farrer Park’s rich history, such as its beginnings as a racecourse where the first plane landing in Singapore took place.
Other communal spaces include a social kitchen equipped with cooking necessities, a barbeque pit and an outdoor lawn for guests to unwind.
For food and beverages, a cafe which offers all day dining is set to launch soon.
As part of their #lyfgoeslocal initiative, lyf will also be organising a variety of events such as cocktail workshops and culinary masterclasses to enrich the residents’ stay and enable them to interact meaningfully with the community.
Residents will have to stay for a minimum duration of one week.
“Our guests appreciate lyf’s well-designed creative living and social spaces, enabling them to live, work and play with a community of like-minded people.
“We look forward to offering our guests an exciting array of activities and contributing to the bustling community of Little India,” said Mr Norman Cross, Head of lyf Brand.
Currently, 10 more lyf properties are under development with five slated to open this year in Bangkok, Cebu, Kuala Lumpur, Xi’an and Melbourne.