An Overview On LIV @ MB
It is refreshing to unveil another LIV @ MB development – the Katong Park Towers redevelopment – at the start of another year. The former location was offered to a Bukit Sembawang Estates helper for $345 million, about 20 percent above the $288 million retention cost. Bukit Sembawang is an award-winning private engineer. Over 50 years old, he is respectable, experienced, and has built a part of Singapore’s most notable private events. Liv @ MB has been designated for dispatch on H2 2021. If it’s not too much of a problem, follow the Quick Links in this survey to discover more realities and exams, or go ahead and register the advantage / contact us for the latest development.
LIV @ MB is another private semi-detached house located along Arthur Road in greater District 15. Set in an upscale region, LIV @ MB is surrounded by low-rise country estates and similar events. Plus, LIV @ MB is on the outskirts of town, with East Coast Park perfectly close. From now on, the closest accessible MRT station to LIV @ MB is Mountbatten and Dakota Station (CL), which can be reached in 10 minutes if one decides to take any transport at the bus station outside the apartment. Then again, in 2023, when the new MRT line is scheduled for completion, a 5-minute walk can take locals to Katong Park Station (Thompson East Coastline) and travel will be considerably more affordable.
The Ease Of Transportation
Transportation stops are found outside the LIV @ MB condominium. In addition, transport administrations at these bus stations interface between suburban Pasir Ris and Tanjong Pagar, Bedok, and Clementi. There’s even an immediate shuttle to St Patrick’s School and Temasek Secondary School, and so on. Drivers living in LIV @ MB will discover the simplicity of getting around the country via the East Coast Parkway (ECP) and Nicoll Highway, which is just 2 minutes and 4 minutes apart.
Katong Shopping Center
Katong Shopping Center, for example, while old, has a long history of being Singapore’s premier refrigerated mall. I12, then again, can be considered a food asylum with plentiful food options. In addition, Suntec City and City Square shopping malls, two of Singapore’s largest shopping malls, are unquestionably open.