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GuocoLand to launch Martin Modern in 2017

Singaporean property developer GuocoLand has announced its intention to unveil its masterpiece project – Martin Modern. This is GuocoLand’s latest luxury residential condominium development in District 9 and it will sit at site on Martin Place, just adjacent to River Valley Close, within the residential neighbourhood of Robertson Quay.

Martin Modern will feature over 450 units comprising two 30-storey towers with two- to four-bedroom units from 800 to 1,800 square-foot. “It is extremely rare to find a large lush site in prime District 9, within the posh Robertson Quay neighbourhood. This place gives us the opportunity to create our luxury resort-home concept, as seen in Goodwood Residence and Leedon Residence,” says Cheng Hsing Yao, GuocoLand Singapore’s Group Managing Director.

According to GuocoLand, over 80% of the land area at Martin Modern will be turned into a unique botanic garden and an arboretum of native trees and vegetation. The development will come with a view of the gardens, the city or the Singapore River. GuocoLand says, each unit is designed with the occupier in mind, with well-proportioned and functional spaces, and very high quality finishes and fittings.

Martin Modern is situated near the Great World MRT station along the Thomson-East Coast Line and the Fort Canning station along the Downtown Line, both of which will be up and running by the time the project is completed. Various schools, eateries, hotels and shopping malls are also located within the vicinity.

GuocoLand acquired the Martin Modern site in July 2016 through a government land sales tender for $595.1 million. Martin Modern comes on the back of the successful launch of GuocoLand’s luxury residential projects of Goodwood Residence and Leedon Residence. Goodwood Residence is sold out while Leedon Residence is close to 90% sold.

The project is expected to obtain its TOP in 2022. Check out other new condominium launches

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