The site is situated within Singapore’s most premier addresses and is in a unique and world-class neighbourhood of its own. Cuscaden road runs parallel with Tanglin Road, which is a connector road for Napier Road and Orchard Road. The south parallel road runs with Orchard Boulevard, which connects directly with Grange Road and Anguilla Park.
Boulevard 88 is flanked by prominent and landmark buildings, such as The Regent Singapore, St Regis Residences, St Regis Hotel, and 3 Orchard by the Park. Boulevard 88 is situated right in front of Thomson East Coast Line (TE13) Orchard Boulevard.
Orchard Road is a retail paradise for every shopper. Situated along a 2-kilometer shopping-belt, this famous retail center in Asia houses your favorite hotels, restaurants, specialist stores and fashion outlets in addition to a wide range of various lifestyle choices. Whether you are a seasoned shopper or a first-time visitor, Orchard Road is the place to kick-start an amazing retail experience.
Today, this avenue is flanked with renowned hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, festivals, and events. Orchard Road is home to international fashion stores as well as ethnic enclaves which contain various cultural memorabilia. Whether you are looking for homeware, clothes, souvenirs, accessories, shoes etc. you will find all these at the shopping malls and the retail outlets. You can take your pick from City Square Mall, the flea markets, Club 21, House of Tang, Westgate or Pedder on Scotts. Together with Boulevard 88 located at Cuscaden Road, Orchard Shopping District will become a vibrant cosmopolitan place with many of the developments as well as shopping centres.
Time has significantly changed this shopping avenue. Taking a look back 150 years ago, this place was simply a small lane which was lined with orchards, pepper farms and nutmeg plantations. Its humble origins began to change in the 1850s as people started to move in and hawking centers, a laundry basin, wet markets, temples among other amenities were established. At the start of the 20th century, the first supermarket in Singapore was opened in Orchard Road. The area continued to develop and by the time it reached 1970, large malls, bowling alley, and cinemas had been developed and the reputation of Orchard Road as a renowned entertainment hub increased significantly.