Singapore mixed-use scheme to feature coliving units

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Singapore: Real estate management services group LHN is planning to launch a mixed-use development on Singapore's Keppel Road next month.

The integrated space, which is located at the fringe of the central business district, will be used for commercial and residential purposes. It consists of three blocks.

Blocks A and B will house 47 apartment units under the group's Coliwoo brand. Each coliving unit comes fully equipped with kitchenettes, smart TVs, microwaves, fridges and a washer/dryer. A garden area which doubles as a communal space is also available for residents to use.

Block C features office space, in-house dining options and a gym for tenants and workers.

The block is expected to attract commercial tenants, such as clinics, shipping companies, insurance, back-end banking, information technology, and e-commerce providers, LHN said.

The development is close to Outram Park and Tanjong Pagar MRT stations. It is also near the Cantonment MRT station, which is set for completion by 2025.

Kelvin Lim, LHN Group's executive chairman, executive director and group managing director, said: "Recognising the changing market demands for co-living and working spaces, we have created our second integrated development with modern working professionals and their lifestyles in mind."

1557 Keppel Road is LHN Group's second mixed-use development. Its first integrated project, 10 Raeburn Park, also functions as the group's headquarters.


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