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

Coliwoo has recently started its 15th co-living property, the Coliwoo Hotel Pasir Panjang, a four-storey establishment at 404 Pasir Panjang Road. The brand name, a co-living branch within the realty management solutions group LHN Group, revealed in its announcement last September that it had obtained the Pasir Panjang estate for $30 million.

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

Chong Ching Yeng, primary commercial specialist of Coliwoo, claims that the label is delighted to increase its co-living profile throughout the metro fringe complying with the launching of Coliwoo Hotel Gay World. “Keeping in mind the demand amongst students and functioning professionals for long-term yet flexible stays, Coliwoo Hotel Pasir Panjang flaunts convenience and convenience without compromising on quality, specifically via its prime place in the center of Pasir Panjang.”

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The Pasir Panjang Road property spans 16,626 sq ft and is a freehold estate. Formerly the location of the Pasir Panjang Inn hotel, the group obtained the residential or commercial property uninhabited.

The rooms on the Pasir Panjang property are created with nautical styles, integrating light grey hues and vivid aquatic blue color choice to show the seaside associations of the area. All spaces are self-contained studio units with assistance services, consisting of a self-service mobile application, an onsite assistant and housekeeping services.

The new property is less than 500m from the National University of Singapore and around 1km from Curtin University. Positioned for accessibility, it is a short drive from Mapletree Business City, Science Park, and the CBD using Ayer Rajah Expressway, West Coast Freeway, and Keppel Viaduct. The area also offers proximity to West Coast Park, Hort Park, and Southern Ridges.

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