Relish the notion of living in a mixed development in the city, at a prime locale that lies adjacent to City Hall, Bugis and Marina Bay. Set in Beach Road in Guoco Midtown, a $2.4 billion mixed development covering about 21,000 sqft of site area, Midtown Bay is poised to further invigorate this already-vibrant, well-connected precinct. This development is also located within the Downtown Core planning area – an economic and cultural heart as planned by URA.
Apart from residential dwellings, Guoco Midtown comprises of premium Grade A offices, retail shops, entertainment and expansive public spaces that will add buzz and foster heightened community living where work and play converge. Developed by Guocoland, Guoco Midtown will reinvent Beach Road, similar to how it had set a new benchmark for mixed-use development with Guoco Tower in Tanjong Pagar in 2016.
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Seated in Singapore’s CBD, Midtown Bay, the residential development in Guoco Midtown, will be a bustling business and lifestyle destination, well-connected to all parts of Singapore via 4 MRT lines and Nicoll Highway. It is a mere 4-minute walk to Bugis MRT and linked to Suntec City via a sheltered walkway. In future, it will also be served by the upcoming North-South expressway, a 21.5-kilometre expressway that connects the city to Singapore’s northern region.
This 950,600 sqft mixed development comprises of
- 770,000 sqft of Grade A office space
- 219 residential units – Midtown Bay
- 170,000 sqft of public space – namely the City Room and Market Place on either sides of Seawater Street. These spaces can host events accommodating up to 2,000 people.
- 32,290 sqft of dining outlets – dining at 3 clusters namely Midtown House, City Room and Market Place
Guoco Midtown will thrive from existing and other upcoming mixed-use developments in the precinct, such as Duo and South Beach. Not to mention the strong presence of multinational corporations within the vicinity, which will undoubtedly attract rental interest from the working class in the area.
Read more about developments at Guoco Midtown from The Straits Times:
$2.4b mixed-use mega project to jazz up Beach Road