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2010, A Completely New Singapore. (Part 1)

In blog on November 26, 2007 at 12:42 am

First, I’ll post a list of new developments that will transform Singapore for the next 3-4 years to come, I’ll upload pictures another day.

The list is randomly ordered.  Dates of completion might not be accurate.

1. Marina Bay Sands (194m?,50 floor X 3)(2009)
2. Resorts World Sentosa(2009)
3. Marina Bay Financial Centre Phase 1(245m+222m+192m)(2009)
4. Marina Bay Financial Centre Phase 2(239+227m)(2009?)
5. The Gardens @ Marina Bay(2009?)
6. The Singapore Flyer(1769m, equivalent to a 40 floor office building)(2008)
7. The Sail(245m,70Stories)(2009)
8. One Shenton(245m?, 50 floor+ 40 floor)
9. Orchard Residences, ION Orchard(218m,56floor)(2009?)
10. The Pinnacle(156m, 50 floor X 7)(2010)
11. New National Stadium @ Kallang(2009)
12.  Marina Barrage(2007)
13. Iconic Bridge(280m in length)(2009?)
14. Orchard Road Revamp(2008?)
15. South Beach(45+42 floor)(2012)
16. Iluma(10 Storeys)(2009)
17. Ocean Financial Centre(245m,42 floor)(2011)
18. The Ritz-Carlton Residences(???)
19. Orchard Central Shopping Centre(10 floor)(2008)

On the confirmed list are many 30 and 40 floor condominiums which will eventually reshape the landscape of Singapore. However, there are too many of them to keep track of.

Unconfirmed List:

1.Floating Stage @ Singapore River
2.White Sites @ Marina View
3. Changi Race Track

There might be more not listed. I will post pictures another day.

See ya!

Source: SSC 

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  1. Woah, you’re so infomative. so bloody jealous of you man.

    Oh well,

    TOAST TO MY GREAT BROTHER.
    Singapore’s future hero. The one that will bring glory to us all!

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  3. The physical landscape of Singapore is changing…

    What about the social landscape.

    Squeezing with the foreigners in public transport system allows me to see, feel and smell the changing social landscape of Singapore. For one, personal space is being squeezed and I find myself increasingly on the edge of going postal because of this personal space deficit.

    Would there one day be someone going postal in the MRT or buses? I hope it will not be me.

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