Midtown Bay is a project along Beach Road. Set in district 7, it is developed by GuocoLand Limited. If you’re interested in getting a property within the Bugis area, you can also check out The M along Middle Road.
The nearest train station to Midtown bay is Bugis MRT station, being just a short 2-minute walk away. We will go into more details later in the article. With a tenure of 99 years from 2018, the Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) is estimated to be ready by December 2022. The estimated legal completion date is set to be in December 2023.
Stay on this page as we show you the key information of Midtown Bay, reasons why you should choose to purchase a unit, master plan information specific to the Central Area, the site & floor plans, pricing, and developer’s background. Keep reading!
Information at a glance
|Name of property||Midtown Bay|
|Property developer||GuocoLand Limited|
|Tenure||99 years from 2018|
|Site area||approximately 226,333 sqft|
|Number of available units||219 units|
|Number of storeys||33|
|Expected TOP / legal completion||December 2022 / December 2023|
Why should you choose to stay at Midtown Bay?
1. Proximity to public transportations
As mentioned earlier, Midtown Bay is extremely close to the train station – Bugis MRT station. In fact, apart from Bugis MRT station, it’s also walking distance to Esplanade MRT station.
Bugis MRT station services the East-West Line and Downtown Line. Via the East-West Line, you’re just two stops to Raffles Place MRT station. If you work in the Central Business District, staying at Midtown Bay would be extremely convenient even if you don’t drive. As for the Downtown Line, you’re two stops away to Little India, where you can connect with the North-East Line.
Esplanade MRT station is a 7-minute walk away. By heading to the Esplanade MRT station, you can immediately access the Circle Line. From Esplanade, take two train stops to reach Dhoby Ghaut interchange where you can take the North-South and North-East Lines.
To hop on a bus to your destination, you’re simply steps from the bus stop at Shaw Towers (Stop ID: 01629). The particular bus stop has six buses servicing the area – 57, 100, 107, 107M, 961, and 961M. Let’s take a look at a few routes.
Bus 57 bound for Bukit Merah interchange stops by Esplanade Station Exit F, One Raffles Quay, and opposite the AXA Tower. It also passes by HarbourFront Station/Vivocity, Telok Blangah Station, and Alexandra Point.
As for bus 100, it drops by opposite the Singapore Cricket Club, UIC Building, and Queenstown Polyclinic. You can also take from the opposite direction to get to Golden Mile Complex, Kallang Station, and Canossa Convent Primary School.
If you want to get to Boat Quay, Bukit Merah Secondary School, or Queensway Secondary School, hop on bus 961. From the opposite direction, at the bus stop opposite Shaw Towers (Stop ID: 01621), you can take the same bus to get to Bendemeer Station Exit A and opposite Kallang Station.
Convenient, isn’t it?
2. Grocery, shopping, and services
You’re just a 3-minute walk from Midtown Bay to Cold Storage located in Bugis Junction. Even if you choose not to drive, you can still get to the supermarket comfortably in no time!
For fans of Korean food and products, we recommend you to take a 9-minute walk or 2-minute drive to Shine Korea at 231 Bain Street. Other options include La Mexicana – Tortilleria & Grocery Shop at CHIJMES and Market Place by Jasons located in Raffles City Tower.
The options are plenty at Bugis! From Midtown Bay, take a short walk to Bugis Cube or Bugis Junction. Bugis Cube is a smaller shopping mall opposite Bugis Junction. If you want a variety to choose from, then Bugis Junction should do the trick. Bugis Junction has fashion brands like Aldo, Fred Perry, and GUESS Accessories. It also has Levi’s, Lovisa, and Pazzion.
You can also consider walking over to Bugis+ via the overhead bridge from Bugis Junction. You can find Bershka, Timberland, and Uniqlo at the mall with other global chain stores, casual eateries, a cinema, and a pool hall. If you’re not so particular about brands, then Bugis Street will be a perfect place where you can hunt for cheap buys.
Considering the proximity to Midtown Bay, you can run your errands at one of the shopping malls mentioned above. Bugis Junction has several ATMs located within the mall. There are also telecommunication operators like M1, Singtel, and Starhub. You will also find money exchangers, a floral shop, and Q & M Dental Centre (Bugis).
3. Food options
Once we get started with the food options at Bugis, we’re afraid we don’t know where to stop. This is because Midtown Bay is surrounded by plenty of eateries and restaurants you probably won’t get tired of.
For snacks and street food, just walk through Bugis Street for a range of options. As you exit Bugis Street, you will see Albert Hawker Centre at the back. Albert Hawker Centre has a range of local food like Hainanese chicken rice, nasi lemak, and yong tau foo, just to name a few. Brace the heat if you want affordable and good food!
If not, you can always fall back on the options in the shopping malls. Bugis+ has Astons Specialties, Bangkok Jam, and Fish & Co. It also has Genki Sushi, Seoul Yummy, and Starbucks. Milk tea options include KOI and LiHo.
As for Bugis Junction, there’s Ajisen Ramen, Crystal Jade, and Food Junction. There are bakeries like Four Leaves, BreadTalk, and Polar Puffs & Cakes. You can also enjoy fast food options like KFC, McDonald’s, and Subway. Honestly, we’re just touching the surface by naming some.
4. Schools nearby
If you’re planning to enrol or transfer your children to new schools near Midtown Bay, you will need to know the school options near your new residence. Read on as we show you the schools close to the property.
We will start by taking a look at some preschools/kindergartens within 2km from the property:
Little Neuro Tree
Josiah Montessori: City Childcare Centre
Playworkz Pte. Ltd.
MindChamps PreSchool @ Marina Square
HighReach Education LLP
NAFA Arts Preschool
House on The Hill Montessori Pre-School
PCF Sparkletots Preschool
Growing Up Gifted
Foochow Methodist Church Kindergarten
Next, here’s a list of primary schools within a 15-minute drive from Midtown Bay:
Stamford Primary School
Farrer Park Primary School
River Valley Primary School
Alexandra Primary School
Cantonment Primary School
Bendemeer Primary School
Geylang Methodist School (Primary)
St Margaret’s Primary School
Canossa Catholic Primary School
Cedar Primary School
Radin Mas Primary School
Secondary schools within a 15-minute drive:
Outram Secondary School
Singapore Chinese Girls’ School
CHIJ Secondary School
St Andrew’s Secondary School
Bendemeer Secondary School
Dunman High School
Broadrick Secondary School
Tanjong Katong Secondary School
CHIJ Katong Convent
Geylang Methodist School (Secondary)
Manjusri Secondary School
Cedar Girls’ Secondary School
Bartley Secondary School
Maris Stella High School
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls’ School
Onward to junior colleges that are a 20-minute ride away:
Anglo Chinese Junior College
National Junior College
Hwa Chong Institution (College Section)
Catholic Junior College
Raffles Junior College
St Andrew’s Junior College
Nanyang Junior College
Eunoia Junior College
Anderson Serangoon Junior College
Victoria Junior College
Temasek Junior College
Tampines Junior College
The nearest polytechnic from Midtown Bay is Temasek Polytechnic, which is about a 17-minute journey if you drive. Next in line, we have Nanyang Polytechnic, which is a 19-minute car ride away.
As for universities, Singapore Management University is a mere 5-minute drive away from the property. This is followed by the Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore University of Social Sciences and the National University of Singapore, both within a 20-minute driving distance.
5. Parks and recreation
We suggest taking a 5- to 6-minute drive from Midtown Bay to Fort Canning Park or Esplanade Park.
Fort Canning, one of Singapore’s historical landmark, sometimes hosts events such as concerts and plays. If not, the iconic place itself has lots to explore. Spot the gothic gates, the fort gate, and drop by The Battlebox (war museum) while you’re there.
Or nake your way to Esplanade Park! You will be able to catch sight of the Tan Kim Seng Fountain, The Cenotaph, and Lim Bo Seng Memorial. Since you’re within the area, why not visit the exhibitions at the Asian Civilisations Museum, The Arts House, and National Gallery Singapore? You can also book yourself a concert or play at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay. Spend your weekend right!
For recreational activities, you can consider lazing the weekend away at the beaches at Sentosa. It’s only a 15-minute drive away from Midtown Bay. Apart from the beaches, you can shout to your heart’s content by riding the adrenaline-pumping attractions at Universal Studios Singapore. You may also enjoy a splashing good time at the Adventure Cove Waterpark or enjoy a golf session at Tanjong Golf Course or Serapong Golf Course.
6. Developments at Guocco Midtown
Midtown Bay is the residential component of Guoco Midtown. Future residents like yourself can enjoy the flexibility of living, working, networking, and relaxing within the neighbourhood. Get ready for an integrated and vibrant urban lifestyle of the future with exciting developments at Guoco Midtown.
Draft Master Plan for the Central Area (2019)
A master plan is a guide that strategizes the development of land and property in a specific area at least for the next 10 years. The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has announced the draft master plan specifically for the Central Area in 2019. Since Midtown Bay is situated in the Central Area of Singapore, you will be able to benefit from the developments.
This graphic can sum up what to expect in the region:
Midtown Bay’s site plan and unit distribution
Midtown Bay’s floor plans
Midtown Bay’s one-bedroom types
Midtown Bay’s two-bedroom types
Midtown Bay’s two-bedroom duplex types
Midtown Bay’s three-bedroom duplex types
Midtown Bay’s cost per square feet (PSF)
The average cost is around $2,900+ per square feet (PSF).
Midtown Bay’s pricing
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Midtown Bay’s showflat
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What you need to know about Midtown Bay’s developer
Listed on the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited since 1978, GuocoLand Limited is a regional property company with operations in Singapore, China, Malaysia, and Vietnam. They are headquartered in Singapore with its core business activities in property development, property investment, hotel operations, and property management.
In Singapore, the Group has successfully developed 36 residential projects including luxurious apartments at Wallich Residence and 5-star business hotel, Sofitel Singapore City Centre. It has also developed a sizeable portfolio of properties in major cities of China.
Over the years, they have won several awards including environmental sustainability awards such as the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) Green Mark Awards and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Pre-Certification. Let’s not forget the International Property Awards, FIABCI Property Awards, BCI Asia Awards, and South East Asia Property Awards.
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