Mixed used land at Holland Road released for GLS

A piece of mixed commercial/residential plot along Holland Road is released by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) for tender in 2017. The site has an area of 22, 967 square metres. The maximum gross floor area is 59,715 square metres, and out of this, 13,500 square metres will be used for commercial purposes.


Sitting in the heart of Holland Village, this mixed development is surrounded by an abundance of dining and retail options. The Holland village is a highly sought after location not only because of its close proximity to the city but also due to the vibrant lifestyle the town offers. Holland Village is also identified as an identity node by the URA due to its distinctive lifestyle destination, over here one can find a lot of hip cafes and restaurants.

Upcoming mixed development along Holland Road
Upcoming mixed development along Holland Road

Located not far away from Holland Village MRT station, the plot of land is strategically located in a perfect location that has great accessibility to all parts of Singapore. The Holand Village MRT station is well connected to via the Circle Line. The Buona Vista MRT station which is an interchange that links the Circle Line and East West Line is also simply a stop away. The Botanic Garden MRT station which is 3 stations away is also an interchange which links both the Circle Line and Downtown Line. Areas such as One North, Jurong Lake District where all the business hubs are, are just two to four MRT stations away.


The URA also emphasizes that they hope developers who are interested in the land will help to develop the development into a remarkable mixed commercial and residential development that consist of great quality and URA feels that this development should help to further enhance the distinctive quality that is possessed by Holland Village now.



The submission date for tender for the land will be on March 2018.




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