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Old June 23rd, 2007, 09:13 PM   #161
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cool ... more project @ marina bay ...
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Old June 27th, 2007, 07:44 PM   #162
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hey guys from around the world,

wanted to know if your city have any thing like Singapore Marina Bay?
where there is a city or developments that encompass a water body?
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Nightly show to set Marina Bay abuzz

26 Jul 07

A spectacular sound, lights and water show planned to liven up the Bay's night scene

IT IS December 2009 and night has fallen over Marina Bay.
The newly opened integrated resort is bustling while the Singapore Flyer observation wheel soars in the distance.

Against this skyline, the waterfront is abuzz with a show of sound, lights and water that rivals the dancing fountains in Las Vegas and Hong Kong's A Symphony Of Lights.

It is a nightly show the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has envisioned for the bay area and this week, it took the first step in making the vision a reality.

It is asking qualified companies and teams to indicate their interest in the project and on Tuesday, sketched the requirements for it in an online posting.

The URA's brief stated that the show should be a 'must-see'' comparable to other successful outdoor multimedia shows.

Buildings along the waterfront could be lit up, like those in Hong Kong. Bridges in the area such as the Benjamin Sheares Bridge could be included in the show.

Fountains and water jets, like those in Las Vegas, as well as lasers and fireworks may be added to achieve the 'wow' effect.

The Las Vegas fountains span a 400m-wide lake fronting Bellagio Hotel and Casino. These musical fountains spout water that dance in rhythm to such songs as Gene Kelly's Singin' In The Rain and Frank Sinatra's Fly Me To The Moon.

The US$40 million (S$60 million) show lasts five to 10 minutes, and was featured in the remake of the movie Ocean's Eleven.

Although the URA has yet to specify a site for the show, it said people should be able to see it from the promenade, rooftops and sky gardens.

It would be free for the public but is estimated to cost up to $18 million to produce.

The show is one of two projects the URA believes will liven up the night scene at the bay.

The other is the floating stage built for this year's National Day Parade and earmarked for live music and theatre performances.

These attractions will embed Marina Bay 'as a lively and vibrant area in the minds and hearts of Singaporeans and visitors', the URA told The Straits Times yesterday.

'They will also contribute in creating more night-time buzz that can make Singapore an attractive 24/7 city to live, work and play in.'

The bay is Singapore's second site for a major outdoor multimedia show. Sentosa opened its $30 million Songs Of The Sea in March, billed as the world's first permanent show set in the sea. The pyrotechnics, lasers and 40m-high water jets have drawn more than 400,000 visitors.

Although the show by the bay follows what others abroad have done, Mr Robert Khoo, chief executive of the National Association of Travel Agents Singapore, is confident of its appeal.

'It's not easy to find something original or Singaporean. No harm in copying.

'In any case, the view and experience would be different,'' he said.


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Old July 28th, 2007, 10:26 AM   #164
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cool...good that it is free.
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Old July 29th, 2007, 04:31 PM   #165
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hey guys from around the world,

wanted to know if your city have any thing like Singapore Marina Bay?
where there is a city or developments that encompass a water body?
All Gulf countries in the Middle East: Dubai, Abu Dhabi in UAE, Manama in Bahrain, Doha in Qatar, Kuwait City in Kuwait, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia

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cool...good that it is free.
Even if it will cost 10 bucks, I don't think it will be a problem for you ... always considering that it is the year 2009 we are talking about.
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Old July 31st, 2007, 06:08 AM   #166
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URA launches tender for a second prime white site at Marina View (Land Parcel B)

31 Jul 07

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) launched a white site at Marina View (Land Parcel B) for sale by public tender today. This is the second white site to be launched at Marina View. The earlier white site at Marina View (Land Parcel A) was launched in May and the tender will close on 19 September 2007. Details of Land Parcel A are available in the press release issued on 30 May 2007.

The development on the white site at Marina View (Land Parcel B) will contribute to building up the critical mass of office space and hotel rooms in the Marina Bay area and developing the precinct as an international business and financial hub.

Land Parcel B at Marina View

Land Parcel B is strategically located within the Marina Bay area, next to the existing Central Business District (CBD) at Raffles Place and close to other prime office developments such as One Raffles Quay (ORQ) and Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC). The location of the Land Parcel is shown in the plans at Annex A-1 and Annex A-2.

Land Parcel B offers a unique opportunity for a distinctive landmark office and hotel development in a prime downtown location. With a site area of about 0.9 ha and a gross plot ratio of 13, the Land Parcel can yield a maximum permissible gross floor area (GFA) of 113,580 sq m. At least 60% of the total permissible GFA for the Land Parcel is to be developed for office use. This is to meet the demand for prime office space.

The successful tenderer for this site will also be required to allocate at least another 25% of the maximum permissible GFA for hotel use, which can yield about 550 hotel rooms. This is to contribute to the supply of hotel rooms to meet the expected increase in demand arising from the Singapore Tourism Board’s target of attracting 17 million visitors by 2015.

Apart from the required minimum quantum for office and hotel uses, the remaining GFA (up to 15% of the maximum permissible GFA) may be developed for additional office, hotel or other permitted uses, such as residential and other commercial uses (e.g. retail and entertainment).

The site enjoys direct frontage onto a public open space linking Marina Boulevard to Straits Boulevard and has panoramic views of the city skyline and Marina Bay. It will be connected to surrounding developments ORQ, One Marina Boulevard, MBFC and the future developments at One Shenton and Land Parcel A (currently on tender) through an extensive network of covered walkways, underground pedestrian walkways and second storey links.

The site will be served by the Common Services Tunnel, a comprehensive system of underground tunnels which house and distribute utility service lines, including power and telecommunication cables. The future office tenants will have access to uninterrupted supply of major utilities, emergency back-up services and the capacity for expansion to meet changing utility needs.

Land Parcel B at Marina View is one of the sites to be sold via the Confirmed List under the second half 2007 Government Land Sales Programme announced by MND on 14 June 2007. The details of the site are given in Annex A-3. More details of the site are available on URA website at http://www.ura.gov.sg/sales/MarinaViewLPB/MV-intro.html.

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Old August 1st, 2007, 11:34 AM   #168
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Even if it will cost 10 bucks, I don't think it will be a problem for you ... always considering that it is the year 2009 we are talking about.
shit....today i passed thru the site....still nothing rising yet

but every inch was filled with cranes and other building materials....
grrrrr...they have to work harder.
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Old August 12th, 2007, 04:51 PM   #169
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shit....today i passed thru the site....still nothing rising yet

but every inch was filled with cranes and other building materials....
grrrrr...they have to work harder.
the foundations must be strong for a grand structure!
be patient!
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KSH Holdings wins contract to build luxury Clifford Pier hotel

SINGAPORE : Construction firm KSH Holdings has won a contract to build the luxury Clifford Pier hotel.

The contract, worth S$126 million, was awarded by Hong Kong firm Precious Quay, a unit of Sino Land.

Late last year, Sino Land put in the top bid of S$166 million for a hotly-contested site at Collyer Quay, which will house the hotel.

Under the deal, KSH will build a six-storey hotel, comprising some 120 rooms with sea views.

KSH will also conserve the single-storey Clifford Pier and the two-storey former Customs Harbour Front building.

The project is expected to be completed in under two years.

The new contract will take KSH's existing order book to S$405 million.

Industry watchers see the possibility of Sino Land building an integrated development at the waterfront, which will be linked to its neighbouring properties One Fullerton and the Fullerton Hotel.


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Old September 13th, 2007, 06:30 AM   #171
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Waterfront-garden living at Marina South, your views sought

HAVE a great idea of how city living should be in Marina South? Here's your chance to set a new benchmark in the residential district and win up to $50,000.
The Urban Redevelopment Authority has set aside 60 hectares of land there for a landmark residential district, strategically located between the Garden and the Straits of Singapore.

It said in a joint release with the Singapore Institute of Architects that it has 'planned 11,000 housing units and a mix of commercial, hotel and community facilities for all to enjoy'.

They are inviting the public to submit design ideas to showcase Singapore's Garden City image and the 10 best ideas submitted will be rewarded.

'The architectural ideas sought will serve as an inspiration and catalyst for the master plan to guide the development of the Marina South Residential District.'

Waterfront-Garden Living by the Bay
Marina Bay is the centrepiece of Singapore's urban transformation into a vibrant, global city. Several prime sites have already been earmarked for exciting new developments, including the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort and the 100-ha Gardens By the Bay.

Ciity living with magnificent views of the waterfront or greenery is the lifestyle choice of many Singaporeans. It is in line with the Concept Plan 2001- URA's long term plan that guides Singapore's development over the next 40 to 50 years - which called for more city living options for Singaporeans.
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Old September 14th, 2007, 03:43 AM   #172
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Gardens and sea to frame new Marina South homes

14 Sep 07

60 hectares set aside for 11,000 units in latest makeover move



(SINGAPORE) A landmark residential district - with lush gardens by its side, a spectacular view of the sea and the Sands Integrated Resort a mere stone's throw away - will rise over the next few years to add further gloss to the Marina Bay area.

Some 60 hectares of land, on which 11,000 homes will be built, has been set aside for the project. The Marina South Residential District (MSRD) will also have 1.6 million sq ft set aside for hotel use, another 678,000 sq ft of commercial space and even a primary and a secondary school. There will also be community facilities for all to enjoy, the government announced yesterday.

The entire project will be developed over a 15 to 20-year period once the supporting infrastructure has been put in place, said the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).

URA also said given the size of the area, it is likely that the land parcels will be released in phases.

The government agency is master planning the project as the next stage of development for the Marina Bay area.

Marina Bay, which is touted as the centrepiece of Singapore's urban transformation into a vibrant, global city, is already home to several upcoming prime projects - including the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort and the 100-ha Gardens By the Bay.

This residential site is located between the upcoming Garden at Marina South and the Straits of Singapore. URA hopes that MSRD will offer its residents the best of both worlds - a rare opportunity to experience waterfront living together with the lush greenery provided by the garden.

'Obviously, it is a choice location - right between the garden and the sea,' said Knight Frank managing director Tan Tiong Cheng. 'The view will be even better than that from the Marina Bay integrated resort.'

Said Colliers International's director for research and consultancy Tay Huey Ying: 'The area will provide a very wholesome residential environment.'

The bid to develop MSRD is in line with the government's 2001 Concept Plan - a long term plan that guides Singapore's development over the next 40 to 50 years - which called for more city living options for Singaporeans.

Then, URA said that those who like the downtown buzz can look forward to having 90,000 more units to choose from, mostly in the New Downtown at Marina South.

Experts expect that homes in MSRD will be popular, especially with foreigners.

'It is possible that the primary and secondary schools could be foreign schools,' said Colin Tan, Chesterton International's head of research and consultancy.

However, market watchers mostly said that even when boosted by this latest news, home prices in the Marina Bay area are not likely to reach those fetched by luxury projects in the Orchard Road vicinity anytime soon.

'I don't think the development will overtake Orchard Road in terms of prices and appeal to foreigners,' said Ms Tay. Facilities catering to foreign residents, such as foreign schools and embassies, are now located in the Orchard Road vicinity, she said.

Knight Frank's Mr Tan agreed: 'At the end of the day, Marina South is a new district; it is not tested.'

In addition, concerns exist about the infrastructure in the area. For one, the road network in the Marina Bay area will have to be improved, analysts said.

Right now, URA is looking to garner new and innovative ideas to distinguish MSRD.

Together with the Singapore Institute of Architects, it is organising a competition, which will close on November 12, for design ideas for the district. A sum of $50,000 has been set aside to be awarded for up to 10 best ideas.


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Old September 14th, 2007, 08:12 PM   #173
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Would be great to have a highrise seafront district like Dubai.
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This residential district will be generally highrise (up to 40 or 50 floors), and it will be seafront, and have garden views.
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Marina View plot draws record $2b bid

20 Sep 07

By Fiona Chan, Property Reporter
A PRIME plot in Marina View has drawn a top bid of $2.02 billion - the first time the price of state land here has crossed the $2 billion mark.
The whopping bid yesterday pipped two other close offers, which also came in at near-record levels.

Property experts say the bullish bids are a continuing vote of confidence in the property market and could serve as a shot in the arm for market activity, which has quietened somewhat in recent weeks.

'It is exactly the confidence booster that the market needs to keep it going at this point in time,' said Ms Tay Huey Ying, director of research and consultancy at Colliers International.

The $2.02 billion bid was submitted by Macquarie Global Property Advisers (MGPA), a private equity real estate fund management firm partly owned by Australia's Macquarie Bank Group.

It is almost double what property watchers predicted the 1.02ha site would fetch in May, when its tender was first launched. The 99-year leasehold plot is located behind the One Shenton and Sail @ Marina Bay condominiums.


Indeed, all the three bids that came in before the site's tender closed yesterday were 'nearer the top band of the expected range', said Mr Lui Seng Fatt, regional director and head of investments at Jones Lang LaSalle.

CapitaLand and Mapletree put in a joint bid of $1.84 billion, while Malaysia's IOI Group offered $1.6 billion.

The result of the tender, which is based solely on price, will be announced by the Government later.

Consultants said the turnout was quite good, given the site's high price and ongoing global credit uncertainty.

'In a market like this, I'm amazed that three bidders came out to offer between $1.6 billion and $2 billion,' said Mr Ku Swee Yong, director of marketing and business development at Savills Singapore. 'It's a bid that very few people can afford.'

The top bid works out to about $1,409 per sq ft (psf) of gross floor area, said Mr Li Hiaw Ho, executive director of CB Richard Ellis.

He added that the plot could provide 800,000 sq ft of net lettable office space.

A 40-storey building can be built on the site, but 70 per cent of its gross floor area must be used for offices. The rest can hold more offices, hotel rooms, homes or shops.

Experts said building homes or strata-titled office units could be a quick way for the winning bidder to recover most of its investment. Homes, for one, could fetch more than $2,500 psf, said Mr Li.

But MGPA appears to be favouring a full-office development. It said in a statement yesterday that the site 'presents a rare opportunity to deve- lop a Grade A+ office building in the prime business district of Singapore, where strong demand coupled with limited supply makes now an ideal time for high quality office development'.

MGPA has been on an active buying spree here. In March, it agreed to buy Temasek Tower from CapitaLand for $1.04 billion.

Last month, it also bought 162 units of Allgreen Properties' Cascadia condominium in Bukit Timah for a median price of $1,527 psf, sources said.
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I'm just wondering if anyone of you knows who are the contractors, engineering consultants and quantity surveying consultants for the Marina Bay Development project?

Thanks in advance.
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It depends on which project within the Marina Bay district you are talking about.

1. One Marina Boulevard?
2. One Raffles Quay? http://www.orq.com.sg
3. The [email protected] Bay? http://www.thesail.com.sg
4. Marina Bay Financial Center Phase 1 & 2? http://www.mbfc.com.sg
5. Marina Bay Sands?
6. One Shenton? http://citydev.sg/CDL/oneshenton/index.html

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Calendar released for 2008 Formula 1 season

Singapore confirmed as first night race


Close on the heels of the 2007 season's conclusion and following its meeting today at its headquarters in Paris, the FIA's World Motor Sport Council has released the calendar regarding the 2008 Formula One Championship.

Beginning in March and ending in November, the season will count 18 rounds, one more than this year.

The United States race has disappeared from the list of destinations, leaving Canada as the single North American Formula One event.

The European Grand Prix will move to its new location in Valencia where an urban track is being prepared. Spain will therefore be hosting two races starting next year.

The addition of Singapore on the F1 calendar will also mark the series' first-ever race under artificial light.

2008 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar:
AUS Australia 16 March
MAL Malaysia 23 March
BRN Bahrain 6 April
E Spain 27 April
TR Turkey 11 May
MC Monaco 25 May
CDN Canada 8 June
F France 22 June
GB Great Britain 6 July
D Germany 20 July
H Hungary 3 August
E Europe 24 August
B Belgium 7 September
I Italy 14 September
SGP Singapore* 28 September
J Japan 12 October
CN China 19 October
BR Brazil 2 November

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It depends on which project within the Marina Bay district you are talking about.

1. One Marina Boulevard?
2. One Raffles Quay? http://www.orq.com.sg
3. The [email protected] Bay? http://www.thesail.com.sg
4. Marina Bay Financial Center Phase 1 & 2? http://www.mbfc.com.sg
5. Marina Bay Sands?
6. One Shenton? http://citydev.sg/CDL/oneshenton/index.html

Thanks for the links
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Coming soon: Marina Coastal Expressway


The dual 5-lane expressway will be an underground east-west link between KPE, ECP, and AYE with direct connection to the Marina Bay area. -- PHOTO: LTA

THE Singapore Government has approved the building of the 5km-long Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE) at the cost of S$2.5 billion.
The dual 5-lane expressway will be an underground east-west link between Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE), East Coast Parkway (ECP), and Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) with direct connection to the Marina Bay area.

'It will provide an additional high speed link to the Marina Bay area to support the development of this New Downtown comprising the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort, the Sail, the Marina Bay Financial Centre, as well as other future developments,' said Transport Minister Raymond Lim who announced on Friday that the project has been given the go ahead.

The route comprises a 3.5km-long underground tunnel and 1.5km-long above-ground road structure.

About 420m of the expressway will be under the seabed at Marina Bay.

Construction of the MCE starts in 2008 and it is targeted to be completed in 2013.

The MCE will replace part of the ECP at Marina Centre, Bayfront and Central subzones, and allow for this part of the ECP and its adjoining slip roads to be realigned.

The ECP at Marina South area will be converted to a major arterial road to serve the Marina Bay area.

Mr Lim also announced that the Phase One of the KPE will be opened to traffic on 26 October.

Phase One will extend from the ECP at Fort Road to the PIE.

With the new expressway, motorists from Kallang, Geylang and the surrounding neighbourhoods will have an alternative road to the CBD.

The entire expressway will be in full operation by the end of 2008.

Mr Yam Ah Mee, Chief Executive of the Land Transport Authority expects the KPE to help ease congestion on the CTE as it will serve estates like Hougang, Sengkang and Punggol.
most expensive/km expressway in the world?
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