In district 14, Mori is a new freehold luxury condo that will be built near Guillemard road. An 8-storey tower fronting Jalan Mori and a 5-storey tower fronting Guillemard Road make up the complex, which has 137 residential apartments.
Mori showflat provides investors and consumers a variety of large unit sizes ranging from one to four bedrooms. As a result, Mori has the best of both worlds: easy access and convenience.
Mori is surrounded by a wide range of entertainment, eating, and retail opportunities. The planned development, which is part of both the Geylang and Marine Parade URA Masterplan as well as the Kallang URA Masterplan, will see and profit from the enormous change that is underway.
The freehold property has excellent apartments ranging from one to four bedrooms. These apartments unquestionably meet the demands and expectations of both first-time home purchasers and smart investors.
Mori is ideally situated in district 14 along Guillemard Road, near to Aljunied MRT and Mountbatten MRT. To reach Mori Confo, use Mountbatten Road, KPE Expressway or Nicoll Highway.
City Plaza, Pavilion Square, Guillemard Village and Leisure Park Kallang are just a few of the nearby attractions. Nearby food centres and markets include Old Airport Road food centre, Sims Vista Market & Food Centre, and Kallang Estate Fresh Market & Food Centre.
Families may choose Chung Cheng High School, Kong Hwa School, and Geylang Methodist School.
Location of Mori at Guillemard
Mori At Guillemard is nestled in District 14, on the fashionable city edge, and is just a 6-minute walk from both Aljunied and Dakota MRT stations.
The City Hall MRT Interchange is just six MRT stations from the Central Business District. Be astounded by the island’s great accessibility through 2 significant expressways, the Kallang Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) and the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), which connect conveniently to other expressways.
Residents in Mori Singapore would never be short of dining options, ranging from affordable food outlets like Old Airport Road Hawker to restaurants in Geylang and Joo Chiat Road. KINEX and Paya Lebar Quarters are two shopping centers.
Investigate a variety of famous schools in which you may enroll your children. Established and well-known for their greater education system, schools such as Geylang Methodist School and Kong Hwa School are located nearby.
A Brief History of ROXY-PACIFIC HOLDINGS LIMITED
Roxy-Pacific Holdings Limited, a well-established property and hotel group focused on Asia-Pacific, was listed on the Singapore Exchange’s Mainboard on 12 March 2008. The Group’s primary business is the construction and sales of commercial and residential properties (collectively referred to as “Property Development”). The Organization’s constant revenue streams are bolstered by its premier hotel Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy, self-managed upscale boutique hotels Noku Osaka and Noku Kyoto in Japan, and the Group’s first-ever self-managed luxurious resort Noku Maldives, as well as other investment properties throughout Asia-Pacific (“Hotel Ownership and Property Investment”).
The Group’s flagship property, the Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy hotel, is self-managed under a franchise arrangement with worldwide hotel operator Accor Group. Apart from Singapore, the Group has built premium boutique hotels in Osaka and Kyoto, Japan, as well as an elite resort located in the Maldives. The Group plans to open its second premium resort in Phuket, Thailand, in 2022.
Residential development projects undertaken by the Group are generally small-to-medium-sized residential complexes such as apartments and condos aimed at the middle-to-upper income groups. From 2004 through 2020, the Group built and launched 54 small-to-medium-sized projects in Singapore, Malaysia, and Australia, totaling over 5,000 commercial and residential units.
The Group holds 52 retail outlets in Singapore’s Roxy Square Shopping Centre for property investment purposes. Roxy-Pacific has a 45 percent stake in 312 St Kilda Road, a freehold six-story commercial skyscraper on the outskirts of Melbourne’s central business district. Additionally, the Group holds a 40% stake in a centrally situated, 10-story commercial skyscraper located at 33 Argyle Street in Parramatta, New South Wales, and a 40% stake in a corporate tower situated at 350 Queen Street in Melbourne, Australia. The Group owns the NZI Centre in Auckland and has a 50% stake in the 205 Queen Street office building. In Tokyo, the Group recently purchased a 49 percent stake in a retail property in one of the country’s most famous shopping areas, Shibuya, extending Roxy-hospitality Pacific’s footprint in Japan into the retail real estate sector.