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NoMa was inspired by New York City’s NoMad district, shares Joan Chang, marketing manager at Macly Group. The neighbourhood became gentrified over time, with historic buildings refurbished, and has welcomed new restaurants, hotels and condominiums in its vicinity. Chang draws parallels from this to NoMa’s enclave in Geylang, which, due to gentrification, has attracted a “hip and cool” crowd.
NoMa sits on a site of 13,727 sq ft, and is the redevelopment of five terraced houses purchased by the group in January 2018 for $20.55 million. As the owner of a two-storey landed home held out from selling the property, Macly planned for NoMa’s three residential blocks to surround the landed home, each with a different facade. “We didn’t manage to buy the land, so we had to design something that is still unique,” says Chang.Describing NoMa as “exclusive”, Chang says that each lift in the development serves a maximum of three units. Some of the four-bedders have their own private lift.
NoMa is some 500m from Dakota MRT Station on the Circle Line, and is within close proximity to schools such as Dunman High School, Geylang Methodist School and the Etonhouse preschool. Amenities such as Kallang Estate Fresh Market & Food Centre and Old Airport Road Food Centre are also nearby.For the project, Macly has engaged local artists Angella Yuen and Samantha Chiang to snazz up its facade walls. An art mural spanning 12m will dress up the rooftop area on the sixth floor, which houses amenities like an 18m swimming pool, lounge decks, barbeque pits and an outdoor callisthenics gym. There will also be another mural at the north entrance of the car drive, Chang shares. “In New York, it’s actually very cool to have art on your building, so we thought, ‘Why can’t we do the same in Singapore?’”
Macly has designed “work-from-home friendly” layouts for its residents, Chang says. Homeowners will be able to work from a television console that doubles up as a work desk, equipped with power plugs. Sliding glass doors fitted out in some units will also allow users to utilise the space as a work space in the day, and a bedroom at night, says Chang. “This is actually designed with bachelors and young couples in mind”, so users get flexibility in their spaces, she says.