83 AMOY STREET

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  • DESCRIPTION

    Originally, Amoy Street begins at the junction of McCallum Street and Telok Ayer Street and ends at Pekin Street before the development plans commenced and transformed the shorter section between Cross Street and Pekin Street into a pedestrianized street and mall in the late 1990s. It is part of Singapore’s CBD to date and is still bustling with activities since its first development in the 1830s.

    But regardless of that, Amoy Street is in fact surrounded by quaint and quiet green parks namely Telok Ayer Green, Ann Siang Hill Park, and Telok Ayer Park. These parks not only offer you lush greenery, perfect when you need a breather amid the hustle and bustle, but also hold significant importance to Singapore’s history. Ann Siang Hill, located just a stone’s throw away, was one of the three hills (the others being Mount Wallich and Mount Erskine, which were eventually levelled) collectively known as Telok Ayer Hills. It also had its name changed twice, having been owned by three different people – the last of whom was the wealthy Malacca-born landowner Chia Ann Siang.

    Likewise, if you need a quick lesson on the history of Amoy Street or the area in general, you can always check out Telok Ayer Green for historical information on the trade and way of life in early Singapore and also, the newly completed mural on the back wall of Thian Hock Keng Temple that is located next to the park itself. The 40-metre-long mural is commissioned by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan and painted by a local Singaporean who is a former finance professional turned artist, Yip Yew Chong. It is a combination of seven panels that showcases the migration, life, and culture of Singapore’s early Hokkien immigrants as well as their contributions to the nation’s development.

    Look out for the colourful artworks depicting imagery of the former coastline and echoes of immigrant narratives by a young artist Sarah Lin. This was in part of #RediscoverTelokAyer project by LASALLE College of the Arts and Urban Redevelopment Authority. They aim to provide the public with a variety of avenues to engage with and immerse themselves in the community memories of Telok Ayer that have been uncovered through artistic interventions.

  • PROPERTY TYPE

    Shophouse

  • LOCATION

    Singapore 069902


AVAILABILITY

83 Amoy Street

  • Floor

    Ground Floor

    2nd Floor

    2nd Floor Mezzanine

    3rd Floor

    3rd Floor Mezzanine

    Attic

  • Unit

    Office

    Office

    Office

    Office

    Office

    Office

  • Area SQ M

    249.4

    151.7

    26.1

    146

    23.5

    165.7

  • Area SQ FT

    2684.5

    1632.9

    280.9

    1571.5

    253

    1783.6

  • Status

    Sold

    Sold

    Sold

    Sold

    Sold

    Sold

AREA

83 Amoy Street, Singapore 069902

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  • ADDRESS

    83 Amoy Street
    Singapore 069902

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  • GENERAL

    182 Cecil Street #23-02
    Frasers Tower
    Singapore 069547