Margaret Ville by MCL Land Regency Pte Ltd
MCL Land Regency to Launch Margaret Ville Condo
MCL Land has successfully acquired the land parcel at Margaret Drive, during Government Land Sales open tender through their wholly-owned subsidiary MCL Land Regency Pte Ltd. They have since name the development as Margaret Ville Condo which is a 99 years leasehold property located at Margaret Drive, and along Commonwealth Avenue Singapore.
Although MCL Land Regency have yet to obtain the approval from the relevant bodies before putting the details up but they have spoken on the possibilities of having not more than 300 dwellings within the condo building. There will however be a wide option for buyers to cherry pick as the locale will be appealing to many people across the board. Such as including a smaller apartment size of about 500 square feet for the hungry investors to a bigger apartment size of about 1450 square feet.
Apart from this new condo launch in the area, there are also a few others in the immediate vicinity such as Commonwealth Towers (100% fully sold), Queens Peak (>90% sold), Artra (>50% sold) and several other older developments. If you’ve seen the above projects but couldn’t find a suitable home, do not miss this great opportunity coming your way very soon in the next 2 months.
In collaboration with top award-winning architecture firm in Singapore for Margaret Ville Condo and with more than 50 years of experience in this field by MCL Land, you can be assured of the best combination from the two organizations.
Based on the initial drawing from the architecture firm, the entire development will be on an elevated ground with a grandeur and ultimate majestic main lobby to wow any visitors of yours to the place. Set by an ultra-modern and everlasting champagne coloured fins on the building façade, it will certainly be a very prominent landmark in this area.
The other winning attributes of this Margaret Ville development will be in extreme close-proximity to two major MRT stations. You will be able to reach them by foot in a few minutes’ walk. Coupled with a strong bus network connectivity right at your door step, they could bring you into the central business district (CBD) should the train network breaks down again during the morning or evening rush hours and that could be the winning formula to get to work at the appropriate time and also get to reach home for dinner with your family as soon as you could.