In any decision, there are the pros and cons to weigh. A mixed-use development in Singapore is a strategic move by the Land Authority and the Developers, being our land is scarce and it makes sense to integrate our work-live-play. It is not just a big saving to our time, but also saves the hassle having to commute or getting struck in traffic jams to get hold our essentials or find recreational spots.
In 2019, the Government URA introduced incentives to support initiatives in converting older, exisitng office developments into mixed-used at Central Business District (CBD) in order to rejuvernate city centre. This CBD Incentive Scheme is under the URA Master Plan 2019.
Unplanned is however the Covid-19 pandemic wave that paved a new norm. A norm of restricted movements for us to get essential needs quickly with minimum commuting. WFH to many busy professionals is making work from home productive yet enjoyable, and can grab a cup of coffee downstairs during a 10-minute break from a teleconference. Staying in a mixed-development home with ultra seamless connectivity, convenience and comfort like Marina One Residences or Midtown Bay, makes WFH another Worry-Free-Homely (WFH) experience for residents.
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