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Create your dream home with the Martin Modern

GuocoLand (First Bedok Land) has developed a highly anticipated residential development at Martin Place in District 09, Singapore. This new residential development will be called the Martin Modern and it will soon launch this 2017. This residence will provide you full array of amenities including Roof-top Gardens, swimming pools, Tennis court, gym, function rooms, barbecue pits, a private lift for larger units and a 24-hour security.

This project will provide you 450 units of 2 to 4-bedroom unit. Each will have a site area of 820 to 1,800 square feet. Each will provide you an excellent work of design, quality of furnishings and appliances to make your living comfortable as you wish it should be.

A lot of buyers and investors are truly excited about this new development by GuocoLand as it will bring future residents a new way of comfortable living from its strategic location that makes it have an easy access through all parts of the city. Some of the public MRTs that are within reach are the Somerset MRT, Fort Canning MRT, and the upcoming Great World MRT which will be located at Thomson-East Coast Line where residents can go through directly to the famous Orchard Road or to the Central Business District.

Create your dream home with us as we provide you more details about this exciting residence by registering your interest today at the Martin Modern Singapore website.

Lendlease revealed their new project in Singapore

Paya Lebar Quarter is a 3.9 hectare land parcel that will comprise a shopping mall, residential development that will be called Park Place Residence, commercial buildings, grad A office spaces, and retail shops.

The signature feature of the project will be a provision of 100,000 square feet of green public spaces equivalent to more than 20 basketball courts.

Richard Paine, a managing director of Paya Lebar Quarter said: “Urban regeneration is a key pillar of Lendlease’s strategy and it comprises over 70 per cent of Lendlease’s $S49.3 billion ($46.4 billion) international development pipeline… With its central location, Paya Lebar Quarter will lead the way in regenerating the area and will turn it into a vibrant hub offering a new and dynamic city life.”

This development forms part of the bigger 12-hectare Paya Lebar Central area and is being undertaken by the Singapore’s Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).

It will incorporate a cycling path within the area that connects with the surrounding park system, while office occupants will have access to facilities, making active commuting to work a reality.
The project is expected to be completed in phases, with retail and commercial in the second half of 2018 and residential in the first half of 2019.