Hmlet teams up with LHN to develop giant co-living property

April 10, 2019
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The co-living property will offer over 150 serviced apartment rooms and will come with a swimming pool, cafe, and gym.

Hmlet, a co-living company, has teamed up with LHN, a real estate group, to create a new property within the Tanjong Pagar/Cantonment Downtown CBD precinct.

This comes after the tender for the rental of the state property was awarded by the Singapore Land Authority to LHN Facilities Management, which is an indirect subsidiary of LHN.

To feature over 150 rooms operated as serviced apartments, the property will be the largest dedicated co-living property of Hmlet in Singapore to-date.

It is located at 150 Cantonment Road and nestled on a 76,002.5 sq ft site. With a gross floor area of 47,352.12 sq ft, the property is set to open in July.

“With Hmlet leading the design input, LHN will build additional facilities such as a swimming pool, gym and an all-day in-house Cafe concept,” said Hmlet in a statement.

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