13 Aug '18, 3am

The sequestered haven for authentic Thai food here might be gone for good soon.

Golden Mile Complex — the sequestered haven for authentic Thai food here — will undergo an en bloc sale. The Straits Times reported that over 80 percent of the owners of units in the iconic building have signed a collective sale agreement, and with that required quota met, demolition is due to make way for whatever the land’s new owners want to develop. Formerly known as the Woh Hup Complex, construction was completed in 1973 at the steep cost of SGD18 million. As part of the government’s urban renewal scheme in the ‘60s, the 16-story complex was envisioned as a megastructure, being one of the first buildings in the country to integrate shops, offices, and residences together under one roof. The stepped terraced design was attractive — residential units in the brutalist building were in high demand thanks to the gorgeous sea view of the Kallang Basin and clever planning th...

Full article: https://coconuts.co/singapore/news/acclaim-sleaze-sale-ic...

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