Midview Building

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Midview Building is a leasehold (60 yrs from 1997) industrial property. The development occupies a land area of 12,495 sqm and a Gross Floor Area of 31,238 sqm.

MIDVIEW BUILDING is located along Bukit Batok Street 23 in Bukit Batok, in District 23. It is accessible through the nearest MRTs including Bukit Batok NS2 and Jurong East EW24, NS1. Other nearby amenities include: 3 Grocerie(s): TOH GUAN MINI MART PTE LTD, T S J INDUSTRIAL (S) PTE. LTD., SHAFEN SUPERMARKET & TRADING (S) PTE. LTD..

Buyers and tenants are attracted to District 23, which covers Choa Chu Kang, Bukit Batok, Hillview and Bukit Panjang. Choa Chu Kang's name was derived from "kangchu", which refers to plantation owners in Teochew. Originally a kampung, the town has evolved into a modern neighbourhood with strong public transport links and two shopping malls. One of which is Lot One Shoppers’ Mall, a mall located next to the Choa Chu Kang MRT station offering various retail and dining options. Walking along Choa Chu Kang Park, visitors can also still see old fruit tree plantations. Bukit Batok is home to many natural landmarks, such as Bukit Batok Town Park, Bukit Batok Nature Park, Bukit Batok Hill and Little Guilin, which bears a resemblance of Guilin in China, offering a view of towering granite rock sitting within a lake. The main shopping mall is West Mall, which has a public library, post office and cinema within its compounds.

With a land area of 25,500ha, the West Region is the largest of the five regions in Singapore. Jurong East is the regional centre of the region, while Jurong West is the most populous town in the region. A large number of Singapore's heavy industry companies are concentrated in the West Region. These are mainly petrochemical companies, comprising of international players such as BP, ExxonMobil, DuPont, Mitsui Chemicals and Shell. The West Region is also at the forefront of the government's industrial development efforts. The government plans to develop the Jurong Lake District and Jurong Innovation District into the second Central Business District (CBD) area in Singapore. Additionally, the Tuas Mega Port, upon completion in the 2040s, is anticipated to be the world's single largest container port with an annual capacity of 65 million TEUs.
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4
"Nice industrial park"
A**** K***
Google Review     |   01 Jun 2022
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"Parking too expensive. Already spent money on repairing bike / car, upon exiting, still have to pay for overnight parking. Cannot imagine the parking cost if a car has to be left there for several days for repairs. Landlord, please spare a thought for your workshops."
D***** L**
Google Review     |   01 Jun 2022
5
"Very nice to eat"
H****** S****
Google Review     |   31 May 2022
4
"Lots of motorcycle and car repair shops here. Bike parking is less than a dollar per entry. Not sure abt car."
V** Â******** W*****
Google Review     |   11 May 2022
4
"Good place to get your bike or car repair. Always ask the type of repair and price. The staff there can be very helpful but be ready for a long wait."
H***** D***
Google Review     |   17 Aug 2021
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$708,000

      • Light Industrial (B1)
      • D23
      • 60 years
      • S$ 424 psf
      • Bukit Batok Street 23
      Peck Leng Yew
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      $590,000

        • 2 Below Valuation
        • Light Industrial (B1)
        • D23
        • 60 Yrs From 13/03/1997
        • S$ 373 psf
        • Bukit Batok Street 23
        Leonard Chen
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        $1,200,000

            • Light Industrial (B1)
            • D23
            • 60 years
            • S$ 664 psf
            • Bukit Batok Street 23
            Jeff TanKP
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            $1,250,000

                • Light Industrial (B1)
                • D23
                • 60 years
                • S$ 691 psf
                • Bukit Batok Street 23
                Jeff TanKP
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