According to the Straits Time and Business Times.
“GuocoLand is weaving 30 gardens into a patch of Singapore’s concrete jungle, as more developers take up the challenge to embed green features into their projects.
Through its second flagship integrated mixed-use development, Guoco Midtown, the property developer looks to create the most extensive privately developed collection of gardens in the Central Business District, it said on Sunday (Feb 14) in a press statement.
The gardens and public spaces will span 3.8ha from the ground floor to the rooftops of the towers. Ten out of the 30 thematic gardens will be publicly accessible, GuocoLand said. The gardens will also feature more than 350 species of plants, including several rare and endangered native species.”