Martin Modern by GuocoLand

(This is a special feature by GuocoLand).

Few luxury condominium launches in District 9 have garnered as much fanfare in recent years as Martin Modern. The 99-year leasehold development, which sits strategically in Robertson Quay in what is arguably Singapore’s most prestigious district, will upon completion in 2022 feature 450 units ranging in size from 764 to 1,798 square feet.

The mix of two-, two-plus-study-, three- and four-bedroom apartments cater to professional couples, small families and multi-generational households alike. Offering the added bonus of being surrounded by botanic gardens and diverse lifestyle options at Robertson Quay, Martin Modern is proving popular with investors looking to blend city living with upscale amenities and green space.

Winner of Best Luxury Condo Architectural Design at PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) 2019

Martin Modern by GuocoLand is the Winner of Best Luxury Condo Architectural Design at PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) 2019

Indeed, the 171,533-square-foot development includes 15 individual landscaped gardens with more than 200 species of plants, providing each of the spacious and functional units with bucolic views in the heart of the urban surroundings. Designed by four-time President’s Design Award-winning architect Yip Yuen Hong of ipli Architects, Martin Modern dedicates 80 percent of its land area to the unique botanical landscapes. The garden forms a natural park that embraces the two-towered development and gives residents optimal outdoor space for exercise and leisurely pursuits away from the crowds.

“Spacious river view apartments set in botanical gardens, translating the luxurious living spaces of Good Class Bungalows; Martin Modern by GuocoLand Singapore is thoughtfully designed to offer the best river, city, and green views, with a timeless style crowned by architecturally bold rooftop designs revealing secret gardens,” the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) judging panel noted. “The distinctive façade design with innovative material echoes the warehouse heritage of the site.”

In addition to its prime location and timeless architecture, the project features an array of premium facilities. These include a tennis court, lounge club, pool deck, 50-metre lap pool, communal pavilions, gymnasium and fitness court, as well as exclusive nature-themed attractions such as the Bio Pond, Forest Play Maze, Forest Trail and Roof Garden.

About GuocoLand Limited

GuocoLand Limited (“GuocoLand”) is a public company listed on the Singapore Exchange since 1978. The principal business activities of its subsidiaries are property development, property investment, hotel operations and property management.

GuocoLand and its subsidiaries (“the GuocoLand Group”) have established property operations in their geographical markets of Singapore, China, Malaysia and Vietnam, comprising residential, hospitality, commercial and retail developments. In 2017, GuocoLand marked its expansion beyond Asia into the new markets of the United Kingdom and Australia through a strategic partnership with Eco World Development Group Berhad in Eco World International Berhad. As a premier property company, GuocoLand is focused on achieving scalability, sustainability and growth in its core markets through its property development, investment and management businesses.

The parent company of GuocoLand is Guoco Group Limited, a company listed on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited. Guoco Group Limited is a member of the Hong Leong group of companies.

As at 30 June 2019, the GuocoLand Group had total assets of S$10.0 billion and total equity attributable to equity holders of S$4.2 billion.

Although Martin Modern was the developer’s sole entry at this year’s Singapore instalment, it boasts a rich history of regional success at the Awards. In 2017 alone, GuocoLand Singapore picked up both Best Developer (Singapore) and Best Developer (Asia) for, amongst other things, its series of high-profile launches that included Guoco Tower, Wallich Residence and Sofitel Singapore City Centre.