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Marina Bay is a symbol of 21st century Singapore because it has a world-class financial center, world-class entertainment, civic spaces, and a playground for everyone.
A lot of people want to live in the precinct because it is in the heart of the city’s business district.
Marina One Residences
A new development in the area is Marina One, which is 3.67 million square feet and has a green integrated living concept.
A joint venture between Temasek Holdings and Malaysia’s Khazanah Nasional, M+S, built the Marina One Residences, which are high-end apartments, as well as retail, lifestyle, and F&B spaces and high-end office space.
It has a 65,000 sq ft “Green Heart” and a waterfall that makes you feel calm and peaceful even though you’re in the middle of a bustling financial district.
In addition to all the lush greenery and water features, residents can also enjoy well-thought-out recreational spaces that are meant to make them feel at ease.
Marina Station Square and Central Linear Park are two parks that are close by. They add to the lush greenery.
People who live in the two residential towers can look out over the “Green Heart,” the city skyline, and the sea.
In this award-winning luxurious project, there are 1- to 4-bedroom units as well as penthouses. Many of the 2 and 3 bedrooms come with a study, which is great for people who want to stay home.
Good-sized balconies also give you the option to add a second study area, an outdoor dining area, or even an indoor garden.
One thing to keep in mind is that the one-bedroom units at Marina One Residences are bigger than most new-launch units in the Core Central Region. They range from 657 square feet to 775 square feet.
“With the current pandemic and more people having to work from home, there has been a rise in the demand for homes with bigger living spaces,” PropNex CEO Ismail Gafoor said.
“It’s becoming more common for homebuyers to buy homes with an extra room that can be turned into a home office for working from home.” In addition to homeowners, investors and their tenants will like units that are bigger in general. “They’ll enjoy the extra space,” he said.
State of Art Condo Facilities
In 1999, Marina One Residences was built. It has 1,042 units and more than 20 different types of condominium facilities, and it is 99 years old.
Residents can enjoy a 50-meter lap pool, a 200-square-meter gym, a wellness garden, aqua gym equipment, a jacuzzi, and fitness stations spread out over two floors in the building.
In addition, there are a lot of entertainment options for you and your guests inside the development. There are Teppanyaki Terraces, a private lounge, two private dining rooms for dinner, residential areas to relax and a playground for kids.
To finish the luxurious experience, there is a concierge service that helps residents with their needs and requests.
All the 2 and 3 bedrooms configuration comes with attached study rooms, 4-bedroom units, and penthouse units have their own private elevators, as well.
Within the larger Marina One development, there are a lot of cafes, restaurants, and other things you can get right away, like a full supermarket.
If you like to change up your workouts, there is also a two-story commercial gym in the development. You can cycle and run through Marina Bay and Gardens by the Bay, which are both close to your home.
Marina One is near four out of the six MRT lines (North-South, Circle, Downtown, and the new Thomson-East Coast). It’s easy to get to work or school from there.
The Marina Bay, Downtown, and the new Shenton Way MRT stations are all within walking distance of the new building. Residents will be able to walk underground to get to the Raffles Place MRT in the future.
Marina One is right next to the Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE) and the East Coast Parkway (ECP), which make it easy to get to the rest of the island by car. Orchard Road, a popular shopping area in Singapore, is about a 10-minute drive away.
You can go for a walk and find Marina Bay Sands and Gardens By The Bay close by. Many other world-class attractions, such as the Singapore Flyer and the Esplanade, are just a few steps away from where we are now.
Shopping malls like Raffles City Shopping Center, Capitol Piazza, Suntec City and Marina Square are also close by, giving residents even more shopping, dining, and entertainment options to choose from.
Possible Long-Term Growth
Buyers can also take advantage of the redevelopment of the Central Business District and close proximity to the Greater Southern Waterfront, which is still in the works.
Together, the two projects will make it easier for people to get around in the area, as well as add a lot of new housing, attractions, and businesses.
As a whole, these initiatives make sure that the Marina Bay area will stay a popular place to live. In the long run, investors can expect strong capital appreciation and a lot of renters.