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Marina Bay

Development Type: Mixed-use Development

Type Of Developer: Public Private Partnership

Start Year: 2008

Address: 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956

Website: https://ko.marinabaysands.com/

Contributor: danioh

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Location Description
Marina Bay is a bay located in the Central Area of Singapore, surrounded by the perimeter of four other planning areas, the Downtown Core, Marina East, Marina South and Straits View. The area surrounding the bay itself, also called Marina Bay, is a 360 hectare extension to the adjacent Central Business District. It is also the new downtown of Singapore, built on reclaimed land.[1] Buildings include Gardens by the Bay, the Marina Bay Sands, Marina Bay Financial Centre, Asia Square, The Sail @ Marina Bay and Marina One integrated mixed-use developments. It is one of the key focus areas by the Urban Redevelopment Authority. Marina Bay is envisioned by the URA as a work-live-play vibrant 24-hour CBD. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Contributor Daniel Oh

danioh

For the last several years, my researches have revolved around how technology can improve one of the most undervalued and underperforming spaces in a city: public space. I've been working with other disciplines trying to rethink how urban issues and problems can be shared in order to arrive at more sustainable and more holistic solutions. Urban regeneration and smart city projects have helped me to foresee how the future of public space can bring a brighter and happier urban environment for everyone.