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Singapore to have more CBD living, go underground to free space

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Bloomberg3/27/2019 02:38 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Singapore to have more CBD living, go underground to free space
SINGAPORE (Mar 27): The garden city of Singapore wants to be even more green. It also wants more homes in its central business district, and plans to move facilities underground to free up living space.
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SINGAPORE (Mar 27): The garden city of Singapore wants to be even more green. It also wants more homes in its central business district, and plans to move facilities underground to free up living space.

As part of the plan to rejuvenate Singapore’s central area, a variety of homes and amenities in areas such as downtown, Marina South and Rochor will be planned so more people can live near workplaces, the city-state’s Urban Redevelopment Authority unveiled in a draft master plan Wednesday.

There will also be about 1,000 hectares more parks and park connectors, and it’s hoped that in future, more than 90% of households will be within walking distance of a park.

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