URA tenders residential-commercial site at Tan Quee Lan Street

The site can yield up to 580 residential units.

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) launched a residential with commercial at first storey site at Tan Quee Lan Street for sale by public tender today under the Confirmed List of the first half 2019 (1H2019) Government Land Sales (GLS) Programme. The site can potentially yield up to 580 residential units, an announcement revealed.

The site has an area of 11,530.9 sqm, a maximum gross floor area (GFA) of 48,430 sqm. The maximum building height is 30 storeys for the high-rise zone and six storeys for the low-rise zone.

The tender for Tan Quee Lan Street site will close at 12 noon on 5 September 2019. The tender closing for this site will be batched with another site at Bernam Street which is scheduled for sale in May 2019 under the 1H2019 GLS Programme.

Meanwhile, the tender for the residential site at one-north Gateway, which was originally scheduled to be launched via the Confirmed List of the 1H2019 GLS Programme in March 2019, will be rescheduled to June 2019 to facilitate a review of planning parameters and tender conditions for the site.

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