TMW Maxwell’s opening weekend brings over 1,000 visitors to the sales gallery

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Over the weekend, three brand-new projects were showcased (July 29-30) The 324 unit TMW Maxwell in Tanjong Pagar; the 78-unit Orchard Sophia on Sophia Road; and the 105-unit The Arden on Phoenix Road in Bukit Batok.

“It’s been at the very least four yearsfrom the pre-Covid era in which three projects were viewed concurrently,” says Ismail Gafoor the CEO of PropNex. “However each of the three projects have different appeal to groups of people.”

TMW Maxwell is a redevelopment of the old Maxwell House by an alliance of Chip Eng Seng, SingHaiyi Group and Chuan Investments. The mixed-use project has 324 housing units ranging from the fourth through 20th floors along with 11 commercial spaces that extend from the basement up to the third floor.

The development is located on Tras Street, just off Maxwell Road, in District 2. “Its closeness in proximity to Tanjong Pagar, known for its lively nightlife and unique restaurants, will draw buyers who are interested in city living and a thriving urban lifestyle,” adds Marcus Chu, CEO of ERA Singapore.

Over 1000 people toured at the TMW Maxwell sale gallery on its first weekend of operation. In TMW Maxwell, 62% of the studios are dimensions ranging from 476.3 to 479.4 sq feet. They are constructed as “flip/switch devices” equipped with furnishings that are “transformed” and range from a moveable walk-in wardrobe to the queen-sized Murphy bed, which is paired with a sofa as well as a open-plan workspace.

“Many people were delighted with the contemporary amenities and the transformative capabilities of the units with flip/switch that the company offers,” says Raymond Chia the chief executive officer of the group companies Chip Eng Seng and SingHaiyi. These units are aimed at “multi-hyphenates which includes a lot of young investors and executives,” he adds.

Justin Quek, deputy CEO of OrangeTee & Tie, describes the studios with flip/switch as “fresh modern, exciting as well as relevant for the audience who will be impressed by the concept of live-work-play in the vibrant neighborhood of Tanjong Pagar”.

Around 85% of the units at TMW Maxwell are priced within the area between $1.5 Million to $2.5 million. Prices start from $3,188 per ftf.