27 May '15, 12am

#singapore #property Transit projects are changing cities: A series of factors are conv...

#singapore #property Transit projects are changing cities: A series of factors are conv...

Comment E-mail to friend Bookmark & Share A series of factors are converging to create global opportunities for Transit Oriented Developments (TODs) that are city-changing in scale according to a new major report from CBRE. The One North development in Singapore was one of the studied projects in the report. Transit oriented development involves higher density, mixed use projects that are adjacent to, or integrated with, public transport hubs. These projects are typically master-planned to create interfaces with transport services and have the ability to revitalize underutilised precincts while bringing significant economic and social benefits to the wider community. CBRE’s report examined a range of successful TOD projects around the globe, including Perth City Link in Western Australia; the King’s Cross regeneration project in London; the Hong Kong Station redevelopment;...

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