Every year, new real estate projects emerge that prove transformative not only for the people who will reside in them, but for the neighborhood surrounding them. These projects, once singularly residential or commercial, are growing increasingly mixed-use.
While mixed-use real estate projects are not a new concept, the shift in our post-pandemic work-live-play preferences have led to developments upping their game with facilities and amenities, and prioritizing the lifestyle and experiences of their residents.
Rising to this challenge is TMW Maxwell, an exciting new project by Chip Eng Seng, Singhaiyi and Chuan Holdings Limited. The four lowest floors of the 20-storey building are dedicated to commercial opportunities, prioritizing the ability to offer convenient dining, shopping, and entertainment options for residents living in the floors above, as well as the neighboring community.
The Sunken Plaza, connecting the ground level to the basement, is designed as a cozy amphitheater flanked by a lush wall of green and shaded by a canopy of trees. Painted with soft dappled sunlight in the day and cool tones during dusk, it is a meeting place of sorts throughout the day; an easy spot for coffee, a quick bite, or a small performance stage on the weekends.
For the residents of TMW Maxwell, this thoughtfulness in supplementing experiences can be seen even closer to home. The development has traded the conventional sky terrace – typically a floor dedicated to offering residents a good view – for vertical enclaves that vary level to level, demonstrating the project’s exemplary understanding of the work-live-play lifestyle. The sky terraces, splayed across multiple floors, play host to spaces of varying sizes, each displaying unique characteristics that can be adopted for solo and social activities.
From Breakout Pods and Working Lounges that can serve small meetings to the uber sleek TMW Social Club and Bar Lounge, where residents can book for bigger social events. The property also shared its plans to roll out a slew of clubhouse programs that include botanical illustration classes, sessions on perfume-making, and cooking masterclasses.
Those looking for a spot of quiet outside their homes can find respite in one of the reading pods peppered throughout the sky terrace floors, as well as lantern pavilions that come with a privacy screen. Additionally, book lovers will be happy to know that the Reading Alcove will also be equipped with a residential book swap shelf – drop off a recent read and pick out a new book to immerse yourself in.
These thoughtful open spaces culminate in the development’s pièce de résistance located on the topmost level where residents can indulge in rooftop dining with the best view. These spaces on the 20th floor are equipped with most of the necessary kitchen appliances, including a well-appointed hob and grill. Gather your group for a barbecue or get a chef to take charge of the menu.
The project is slated for opening in 2028 and has started taking appointments for potential buyers to view its showflats. Sitting where Maxwell House once stood, TMW Maxwell is located in truly prime real estate.
Apart from the Maxwell MRT station right at its doorstep, the development is within walking distance to five other stations, with Tanjong Pagar, Raffles Place, and City Hall among them. It is also in the immediate vicinity of the acclaimed dining and entertainment establishments along Tras Street, Duxton Hill, and even Keong Saik Road, as well as cultural centers like Chinatown. Nature, too, is just a stone’s throw away – a wealth of parks and green spaces surround the development, including a newly-built 6km cycling path.
Amid Singapore’s bustling real estate market, where a new project is regularly announced, TMW Maxwell cuts through the noise, offering more than a place to lay your head. It has demonstrated, through its thoughtful design and architecture, that it understands how to supplement the lifestyle of its residents in every aspect of work, life, and play.
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