The spotlight on our homes is greater than ever. We’re now using our living spaces differently to accommodate work, play, rest, and everything else in between. Industry insiders also foresee that the appreciation for more flexible design, sophisticated technology, community and the outdoors will stay with us post-pandemic.
GuocoLand’s latest integrated project on Beach Road encompasses all of the above and more. Sitting right above Bugis MRT Interchange Station, Guoco Midtown, a mixed-use development poised to become the new heart of the expanding CBD, will comprise a 30-storey office tower with 770,000 sq ft of premium Grade A office space, three concept retail clusters, two condominiums – Midtown Bay and Midtown Modern – with more than 700 luxury apartments, and a five-storey Network Hub building, which is a first-of-its kind business and social networking club. Midtown Modern is the only launch of a residential condominium within an integrated development in the area in the coming year.
Slated for completion in the first half of 2022, Guoco Midtown has already received top honours at the 10th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore). It went on to beat other major mixed-use developments in Asia, including China, to be named Best Mixed-use Development in the region at the 15th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final 2020. For winning multiple awards for both its mixed-use projects and its ultra-luxury developments, GuocoLand was also named Best Developer in Asia.
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