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One Oasis
At the Southern end of the Cotai strip

An article on One Oasis by Ambiente’s managing director Suzanne Watkinson for Macau Closer lifestyle magazine

  • Since 2013 when the first of its towers were open for business, One Oasis has proved to be a hit with buyers and tenants alike.
  • Its mix of studios and 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom units ranging from 600 sq ft to over 2,000 sq ft were soon filled with quite a few owner-occupiers but mostly expats arriving to build and open the new hotel casinos.  
  • There are a number of “special” units – 3,000 – 5,000 sq.ft duplexes and sky houses with huge terraces, for those with larger budgets.
  • Several factors combine to make One Oasis so popular. Its relative proximity to Cotai makes it a perfect spot for those with jobs there.  It’s so close that some residents have even taken to cycling to work.  Certainly its contemporary architectural design and choice of materials and finishes in the apartments and public areas with their elegant muted greys, stone and cream has earned it a reputation for its sophisticated modern look and good quality building.  Then there’s the complex’s newness, the size and layout of the apartments, the extensive clubhouse facilities and the sense of rural living which are all a draw.
  • Another draw is the rents.  Because of its ‘out of the way’ location, and the supply of units in the complex, rents, particularly for the smaller units, are considerably cheaper than in central Taipa.  However availability is another matter, and some have better views than others, so at times it can be a challenge finding just the right apartment for one’s needs.  
  • Never mind that the complex doesn’t have any of the conveniences of central Taipa – spotty public transport, the lack of privacy of many units looking out directly on to another tower and the ongoing construction noise 6 days a week of further towers being built.   Those residents who live there choose largely to ignore these cons with the hope that things will settle down eventually.  A supermarket was finally opened there in early 2017 and several restaurants and bars add to the ‘neighbourhood feel’ and do a brisk business.
  • The 15 or so towers that make up One Oasis are built in an oval, with the interior units looking into a small gated garden and the clubhouse in the middle.  The units facing outwards enjoy either views of the Coloane hills, parts of Cotai or the estuary running between us and HengQin Island.  300,000 square feet of thoughtfully laid out gardens and water features give the complex a sense of outdoor, ‘country’ living.
  • The million-dollar-invested central clubhouse, Club Oasis was designed by Hong Kong interior designer, Steve Leung.  Its aim is to follow the concept of a six-star European resort hotel and supposedly brings over 100 clubhouse facilities and services together. There’s an outdoor infinity pool, an indoor pool, lobby lounge with sweeping staircase up to an entertainment area, one of the largest residential building gyms in Macau, multi sports halls, young children playroom, billiards, a small cinema theatre and more.  Certainly it is the clubhouse that is a major attraction to potential tenants and their families.
  • Please email us on [email protected] or call Ryan on 6276-2219, Emily on 6613-3359, Cora on 6283-3526
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Emily Iong
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