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Midtown Modern Condo is the residential component of Guoco Midtown II, a new mixed-use development by well-known property developers GuocoLand and Hong Leong Holdings. It will be built on top of the Bugis MRT station, an interchange between the East-West and Downtown Lines. This will provide easy access when travelling to major towns and Singapore's financial district nearby.

Guoco Midtown II will be an extension of GuocoLand's Guoco Midtown, another mixed-use development located directly opposite on Beach Road. The two sites will be linked with an underground tunnel, resulting in a a mega development with an enlarged footprint of 3.2ha and maximum gross floor area of 1.5 million sq ft.

This $2.4 billion mixed development will comprise retail and Grade A office spaces with large public squares and Midtown Bay - the 219-unit residential component of Midtown. Then entire development is a short walk to Singapore's Formula 1 Marina Bay Street Circuit, an iconic circuit that has been deemed a "jewel" in the F1 calendar.


Design Features of Midtown Modern Condo

The apartments at Midtown Modern condo are designed with adaptable spaces to meet changing lifestyle needs. It will also be a sustainable development incorporating energy and water conservation as well as the adoption of urban greenery and landscaping. Some of these features include the following:

·         Convertible spaces and layout for living and working, catering to people working from home amid the covid-19 pandemic.

·         Power points and wi-fi hotspots integrated with living/working spaces for convenient access and connection to work devices such as laptops and other mobile devices.

·         Lush greenery to create a garden-like setting to unwind from the modern hectic lifestyle.

·         Recreational facilities for residents to relax after work.

·         Three low-rise retail and F&B clusters at Guoco Midtown and Midtown II fronting a public space.

·         Each cluster will have a different character and atmosphere, with distinctive retail and F&B offerings. The public areas will be naturally ventilated,

·         20 thematic gardens and landscaped public spaces spread across Guoco Midtown and Midtown II. They cover the ground floor, various podium levels and even the rooftops of the towers that add up to 3.8 ha, which is bigger than the combined footprint of the site. These gardens seek to provide a sense of living and working in nature that promotes the well-being of inhabitants.

·         Dedicated facilities for residential and office towers. These include gardens, swimming pools, jogging track, event plaza and party pavilions.

·         Incorporates features such as contactless lifts, turnstiles and fittings. Its HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) system prevents cross-contamination between floors. The HVAC system comes with carbon dioxide sensors to manage fresh air intake. Its MERV 14 (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) high performance filters with dust spot efficiency up to 95% is able to carry out UVGI (Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation) that can remove more than 90% of pathogens, including viruses.

·         A members only Network Hub for business and social gatherings. The five-storey network hub has 80,000 sq ft of space including members' lounges, meeting rooms equipped with virtual-technology, private dining rooms with kitchens and travellers' lounges for busy executives to freshen up when they arrive from the airport. The Network Hub is also directly connected to the 30-storey office tower.


Locational Attributes

Midtown Modern is located in the Core Central Region where most of the multinational companies are located. It is a short distance to Singapore's financial centre, the word's fourth largest. It is also a short walk to 3 million square feet of retail and F&B spaces and 10 five-star hotels.

In addition, it is surrounded by four Historical Districts - Boat Quay, Chinatown, Kampong Glam and Little India - where their pre-war architecture is conserved to retain their heritage.



Edited by Sg Home Investment

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