GuocoLand is the developer behind the Guoco Midtown Project that is located at the corner of Tan Quee Lan Street and Beach Road. GuocoLand unveiled recently its plan on expanding the project and building Guoco Midtown II along Tan Quee Lan Street.
Guoco Midtown I includes the condominium development Midtown Bay, which is 33-storeys high and houses 219 residential units. It also includes commercial spaces and Grade A offices and is along Beach Road.
Guoco Midtown II will include its second residential development Midtown Modern, which has more than 500 units that are housed in a 30-storey building. It will also have capacious retail spaces and a majestic forest garden that future occupants will be able to enjoy a lot.
These developments will comprise the mega mixed-use Guoco Midtown Project.
According to its developer GuocoLand, future residents will have an enjoyable large green space for a refreshing view of the metropolitan neighbourhood. One of the features that this development will have is its unique collection of recreational facilities that you will not usually see in any other CBD projects. They also mentioned that they will reveal more details later on.
The residential units in Midtown Modern will have 1 to 4 bedrooms where modernity meets comfort. They also have duplex units with 2 and 3 bedrooms with a lower floor unit that can be used as an entertainment room or home office.
Units are designed to have the flexibility of a high-end home that will allow residents to easily adapt to the lifestyle in the metropolis. The units are also spacious enough to host a party and entertain your family, friends and colleagues.
Overall, about 1.5 million square feet of Gross Floor Area (GFA) on over 3.2 hectares of land size will encompass the project upon the Guoco Midtown II expansion. It is expected to be completed phase by phase from 2022 up to 2024.
It is expected to have an additional 10,000 office workers, residents and daily visitors to the Central Business District upon its completion. The multi-billion development project is spearheaded by the prestigious GuocoLand and a few groups of investors including the Guoco Group, Hong Leong Holdings and Hong Realty.