Coliwoo opens its 15th co-living property in Singapore at Pasir Panjang

Chong Ching Yeng, primary business official of Coliwoo, says that the label is excited to broaden its co-living portfolio within the metro fringe complying with the introduction of Coliwoo Hotel Gay World. “Noting the need amongst students and working professionals for long-term yet versatile stays, Coliwoo Hotel Pasir Panjang boasts ease and accessibility without jeopardizing on quality, particularly through its top place in the soul of Pasir Panjang.”

The spaces on the Pasir Panjang property are made with nautical themes, integrating light grey shades and dynamic aquatic blue color choice to mirror the seaside associations of the location. All spaces are self-supporting studio units with help services, including a self-service mobile application, an onsite concierge and housekeeping services.

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The Pasir Panjang Road real estate extends 16,626 sq ft and is a freehold estate. Previously the place of the Pasir Panjang Inn lodging, the group acquired the residential property uninhabited.

The new property is less than 500m from the National University of Singapore and roughly 1km starting with Curtin University. Positioned for accessibility, it is a short drive from Mapletree Business City, Science Park, and the CBD by means of Ayer Rajah Expressway, West Coast Highway, and Keppel Viaduct. The location additionally provides proximity to West Coast Park, Hort Park, and Southern Ridges.

Coliwoo has already begun its 15th co-living property, the Coliwoo Hotel Pasir Panjang, a four-storey establishment at 404 Pasir Panjang Roadway. The brand name, a co-living subsidiary within the property administration services team LHN Group, revealed in its statement last September that it had gotten the Pasir Panjang property for $30 million.

Coliwoo prepares to open up additional co-living buildings in numerous areas next year, including River Valley Roadway, Rangoon Roadway, Balestier Road, Lavender Avenue and Arab Street.

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