Guoco Midtown, the latest development in Singapore’s Central Business District, is set to house a “privately developed collection of gardens,” according to Edge Prop Singapore.
Thirty thematic gardens, along with landscaped spaces throughout them, will take up 3.8 hectares of land. The gardens will be interwoven throughout the overall Guoco Midtown development, with ten of them open to the public and for public events.
“Our vision for Guoco Midtown is to bring about a transformation of the neighborhood into a new business and lifestyle destination in the [Central Business District],” Cheng Hsing Yao, the group managing director for the Singapore branch of GuocoLand, explained. “One of the new identities of the future ‘Midtown’ of Singapore is a botanic garden in the city – one that is knitted into the urban fabric of an integrated mixed development.
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