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TMW Maxwell comprises of an iconic tower of luxury residence and office, just minutes walk to Telok Ayer Park & Ann Siang Hill, the quiet enclaves, away from main roads.


Thoughtfully designed – take pleasure in an uncommon spaciousness and a generous one to three bedroom specially curated units, lending itself an ambiance of openness – finer living, personified.


Be spoilt for choice with a myriad of amenities all around you. Play host to family and friends, work up a sweat, or just kick back, and enjoy the beauty around you. A sanctuary for your body and mind – the two swimming pools beckon you in, for an experience of exclusive paradise.


Nestled at the low-rise conversation house of Tras Street, Duxton Hill and Keong Saik Road, TMW Maxwell epitomises the most effective of urban living in an exclusive, inner city enclave, while Orchard Road is just 5 stations away.


TMW Maxwell is located near Duxton, where residents gets to enjoy a buzzy destination for nightlife and international dining, which will soon be further refreshed into a trendy & leisure destination, one of Singapore’s endearing Identity Node.




Project Name TMW Maxwell
District District 02 (Chinatown, Tanjong Pagar)
Plot Ratio 5.6
Site Area/GFA 41,799sqft/21,746.48sqm
Tenure 99years leasehold
Total Number of Units 324units
Address 20 Maxwell Road Singapore 069113 in Location Map
Unit Types 1 to 3-bedrooms* in Brochure & Floor Plan
Tender Price $276.8million
Developer Chip Eng Seng & Singhaiyi Group
Housing Developer’s License No. to be confirmed
Expected Date of Vacant Possession to be confirmed
Expected Date of Legal Completion to be confirmed
Expected Date of Preview Showflat opening in Q1-2023.
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tmw maxwell actual site (former maxwell house)

Source: The Straits Times

City Living in TMW Maxwell, Tanjong Pagar

The neighbourhood surrounding TMW Maxwell is a melting pot of cultures, with people from all over the world living and working in the city. This creates a vibrant and diverse community, with plenty of opportunities for cultural exchange and social interaction.

Firstly, Singapore is one of the safest and most secure cities in the world, with a low crime rate and strict laws. This makes it an ideal place to live, work and raise a family.

Next, Singapore is a highly developed city with world-class infrastructure, excellent healthcare facilities, and a highly efficient public transportation system. This makes it easy to get around the city, and ensures that residents have access to all the amenities they need.

TMW Maxwell‘s neighbourhood widely known for its food culture, with a diverse range of local and international cuisines available in the city. From hawker centres to Michelin-starred restaurants, there is something for everyone.

Related: Maxwell House sold en bloc to Chip Eng Seng, SingHaiyi for $276.8m, above asking price

Explore Chinatown Singapore: Sights And Activities

From checking out popular landmarks with cultural significance like Old Chinese Temple and Tian Hock Keng Temple, to anticipating delicious food from Chinatowns numerous street markets, you can find plenty of things to do around Maxwell.

If you are a foodie who loves experimenting with foods and tasting the local dishes from the area, then the Chinatown street markets are a must-visit. It is visited by both locals and tourists, and is a great place to indulge in Singaporean specialties.

Chinatown is a goldmine for Chinese heritage and culture, with its ancient temples, historic storehouses, and traditional wet markets. From seeing historical temples to sampling market-style street food, Chinatown in Singapore is a neighbourhood in the city that you should definitely add to your itinerary. Chinatown food street is an amazing place to grab a few bites and drinks for some relaxation after your day of exploring Singapore.

Chinatown is located in the central region of Singapore, in Outram District and within 8mins walk from TMW Maxwell.

Life in the Central Business District

When it comes to residential real estate, Singapore’s central business district (CBD) is where you want to be.

The CBD in Singapore has a low residential density because it is being used primary for commercial and multi-national companies having their headquarters here.

Over the years, Singapore has transformed the CBD to be easily accessible and planning to increase its residential population density, making it a perfect location for businesses to establish their offices and bring jobs closer to home.

If you live in the CBD, you will be at the epicentre of business activities, with access to retailers, offices, banks, restaurants, hotels within residential areas.

TMW Maxwell CBD Map

Source: URA

Related: Our Downtown.  A Place for All

Greater Southern Waterfront

The Great South Waterfront is a massive city-redevelopment project in Singapore, which seeks to turn the South Coast into a new dynamic neighbourhood. The project covers over 2000 hectares, and includes relocating a harbour terminal from downtown to Tuas.

The new area will have a mixture of residential, commercial, and entertainment spaces, along with green corridors and waterfront promenades. The development is expected to generate new employment opportunities, improve connectivity, and create a unique residential experience for residents.

Keppel Club to be redeveloped into 9000 residential HDB flat and private homes for Greater Southern Waterfront project

Source: The Business Times

Related: 9,000 HDB flats and private homes to rise from Keppel Club site

11 more stations on Thomson-East Coast Line to open in 2nd half of the year

Straits Times
Duxton Hill minutes walk from TMW Maxwell

Source: Expedia

Culinary tours along Ann Siang Hill and Duxton Hill

Ann Siang Hill and Duxton Hill are two charming, historic hills located in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown district. They are known for their well-preserved Peranakan shophouses, colonial architecture, and vibrant culinary scene.

Ann Siang Hill is home to trendy bars, restaurants, and cafes housed in restored shophouses. The area is also known for its boutique shops and creative businesses. It’s a popular destination for both locals and tourists looking for a unique dining and shopping experience.

Duxton Hill, located just a short walk from Ann Siang Hill, is known for its bustling nightlife and eclectic mix of restaurants and bars. It’s also home to a number of creative businesses and co-working spaces.

Both Ann Siang Hill and Duxton Hill are easily accessible by public transportation and are a must-visit for anyone looking to experience Singapore’s rich history and vibrant culinary scene.

Related: Duxton Hill.  Travel Guide

New URA guideline call for bigger spaces for homes in non-landed projects in Central Area

The Business Times

Benefits of Thomson-East Coast Line

Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) would offer improved connectivity to northern, central, and eastern parts of Singapore, paralleling its operation with North-South Link (NSL). It will connect with the North-South Line (NSL), giving North-South Corridor commuters an alternate, faster way of getting into the centre.

The TEL is intended to serve areas that are not adjacent to any stations on the East-West Line, and relieve congestion at existing stations.

Extending to a 43-km long, the TEL will feature 31 new stations, with seven feeder stations connecting with other MRT lines; East-West Line, North-South Line, North-East Line, Circle Line, Downtown Line, and future Cross Island Line.

thomson east coast line map near TMW Maxwell

Source: LTA

TEL will add 32 new stations to the Singapore MRT network, connecting North, South, and East of Singapore with the Central Business District (CBD). More than 240,000 households across Singapore located within 10 minutes walking distance from the 11 new stations will benefit from TEL3 when it opens later this year.

The TEL 1 and TEL 2 lines will bring benefits to 100,000 residents, with 100 of them now located within a 10-minute walk from one of nine stations.

Four of them are transfer stations, which together link TEL commuters with all existing MRT lines. The other 11 stations are Stephens, Napier, Orchard Boulevard, Orchard, The Great World, Havelock, Outram Park, Maxwell, Shenton Way, Marina Bay, and Gardens by the Bay.

Stevens Station is connected to the Downtown line, Orchard Station is connected to the North-South Line, Outram Park is connected to the East-West and North-East lines, and Marina Bay is connected to Circle and North-South lines.

Singapore’s sixth rail line, the Outram Park Station — also near the TEL Maxwell Station – links to an existing Interchange Station, connecting passengers with the East West Line (EWL) and the North East Line (NEL).

The new Marina Bay TEL station would join the existing interchange station, connecting both the NSL and Circle Line (CCL); while Shenton Way TEL station, located on Shenton Way and Marina View, would have branches on Asia Square Tower 2 and Marina One West Tower. The addition of the Orchard MRT stations would further improve convenience for living in One Shenton.

With a new MRT line close by to TMW Maxwell, commute times into the CBD or into northern parts of Singapore will significantly decrease, thanks to Thomson-East Coast Line, saving you precious time in commute.

TMW Maxwell CBD Connectivity Map

Source: URA

With all of these new stations being opened, it would no doubt result in a net positive impact on property values, particularly those properties where there is a Thomson-East Coast Line station nearby.

Thomson-East Coast line – Maxwell

The Thomson-East Coast Line is a Mass Rapid Transit line in Singapore that extends from the north to the east of the island and serves the Maxwell and Tanjong Pagar areas.

TE18 Maxwell Station TMW Maxwell

Source: The Straits Times

Maxwell Station is a station located along this line and just 3minutes walk from TMW Maxwell.  It is situated near various amenities such as office buildings, shops, and food establishments, making it a convenient transportation option for commuters and residents alike.

The Thomson-East Coast Line also connects to other MRT lines, providing easy access to other parts of Singapore.

Related: Thomson-East Coast Line – Journeys to the East | TEL3 on track to open this year: What to do near the 11 new MRT stations

Marina Bay Sands Expansion

In 2019, parent company Las Vegas Sands announced ambitious expansion plans for Marina Bay Sands.

Marina Bay Sands expansion will include a signature fourth tower, featuring over 1000 hotel rooms, rooftop pool and dining, as well as 15,000-seat entertainment arena, a ballroom, luxury retailers, an exhibition space, just to name a few. Marina Bay Sands announced the plans for the S$4.5bn expansion at the beginning of April, almost 10 years since opening the doors to Singapore.

MBS Expansion Aerial View

Source: Marina Bay Sands

Las Vegas Sands (LVS) said that MBS expansion is on track for completion in 2026, one year behind the 2025 deadline, because Las Vegas Sands is betting on tourism rebounding.

Since opening in 2010, with development costs of $5.6 billion, its existing property has delivered meaningful benefits for the country’s tourism sector, attracting over 380 million visitors to the property, and helped bring over 1000 brand-new MICE events to Singapore.

Related: Marina Bay Sands to invest S$4.5billion to expand the Integrated Resort

Marina Bay Financial Center

Marina Bay Financial Center is an iconic addition to the central business district in Singapore. The first integrated, complete development at Marina Bay, featuring three commercial towers, two luxury condominiums, and a shopping centre.

Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore

Source: Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore

The tenant-centric design of Marina Bay Financial Centre brings together the best in form and function, making it a key attraction for businesses and fitting Singapore’s status as a global financial centre.

Its three office towers are designed to meet the needs of today’s businesses, offering modern amenities, abundant natural light, and panoramic views of the city and bay.

The development also includes two housing projects, Marina Bay Suites and Marina Bay Residences, and the Marina Bay Link mall, a below-ground retail centre which serves as an easy underground connection between its three office towers and the Raffles Place and Downtown MRT stations.

Marina Bay, as the commercial and financial hub, as well as a lively 24-hour waterfront Garden City by the Bay, is the planned, developed area that supports Singapore’s urban cores long-term growth, and anchors Singapore’s position as the leading global commercial and financial centre in Southeast Asia.

It is designed to seamlessly expand the core area of Singapore, further supporting Singapore’s continued development as an important Asia-Pacific business and financial centre. In Singapore, HongKong Land is helping create a new central business district for Singapore through expansion of its new joint-venture portfolio.


A good education can help to give a good head start in life. Take your pick from some of Singapore’s most sought-after primary schools to established junior college and international schools, TMW Maxwell is surrounded by education institutions for kids of all ages.


With the CBD at your doorstep, let your heart beat with the city as it offers all it’s wonders and attractions to you. And with the latest proposal to rejuvenate the area, including Marina Bay, with more round-the-clock life and excitement, there is no better place and time to enjoy it all than now at TMW Maxwell.


What is the monthly maintenance fees for TMW Maxwell?

The monthly maintenance fees is to be announced.

What are the breakdown of unit types at TMW Maxwell?

The unit types is to be announced.

What is the PSF for TMW Maxwell?

The PSF is to be announced

What is the closest MRT Station to TMW Maxwell?

TMW Maxwell is 3mins walk to Maxwell MRT.

What is the building height of TMW Maxwell?

TMW Maxwell will have building height of 20 storey.

How many blocks does TMW Maxwell have?

TMW Maxwell will have 1 tower block.

What is the postal code of TMW Maxwell?

The postal code of TMW Maxwell is 069113.

Where to get floor plans for TMW Maxwell?

The floor plans can be downloaded here.

Where can I find the TMW Maxwell site plan?

You can view the Site Plan here.


  • 1- to 3-bedroom residences*
  • Contemporary facilities within the development
  • 3mins walk to Maxwell MRT (Thomson East-Coast Line)
  • 3mins walk to Maxwell Food Centre and nearby F&B establishments
  • 1 MRT stops to Outram MRT Interchange and be connected to Triple Line MRT Stations
  • 2 MRT stops to Marina Bay
  • 4 MRT stops to Orchard MRT

A journey of a ten thousand miles begin with a single step.  Get to know TMW Maxwell unit availability, prices and floor plans and showflat viewing is by appointment only.