Hong Leong previews new launch Midwood on Oct 19
Midwood is a 564-unit development jointly developed by Hong Leong Holdings and Hong Realty (Pictures: Hong Leong Holdings)
SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Hong Leong Holdings will open the public preview of its 564-unit development Midwood on Saturday, Oct 19. The condo is jointly developed by Hong Leong Holdings and Hong Realty, and is located in the Hillview Rise enclave.
Midwood features a pair of 29-storey residential blocks that are 120m apart, a feature uncommon among high-rise residential developments today. Apartments range from one-bedroom units of 484 sq ft, to four-bedroom units of 1,259 sq ft. Early bird prices start from $750,000 ($1,550 psf) for a one-bedroom unit, $1.015 million for a two-bedder, $1.42 million for a three-bedder, and $1.99 million ($1,588 psf) for a four-bedroom unit.A four-bedroom unit at Midwood, early bird prices for this unit type start from $1.99 million ($1,588 psf)
Between the two towers is a six-storey block that includes a 569-lot carpark, a covered link bridge connecting the residences, and a clubhouse. It will also feature a 50m rooftop infinity pool. There will also be a childcare centre within the site.
The condo is on a 99-year leasehold site that was awarded under a government land tender last year. The 153,882 sq ft plot is the first residential site to be awarded under the two-envelope Concept-and-Price-Revenue tender approach.
Midwood is accessible by the Bukit Timah Expressway and Pan Island Expressway, and its neighbourhood is close to amenities such as HillV2, The Rail Mall, and Hillview Community Centre. “Given these outstanding attributes and attractive pricing, we are confident that Midwood will appeal to all homebuyers and investors looking for opportunities with rental potential. It is value for money and will make a good home,” says Betsy Chng, head of sales and marketing at Hong Leong Holdings.An artist impression of the infinity pool at Midwood
For price trends, recent transactions, other project info, check out the Midwood project research page