Work-in-Progress – Part 25
The first August visit to The Minton building site. Lots of small visible changes to the construction as most of the large developments to amenities have been done now. Each visit reminds me the pixel hunts in those old PC adventure games; here, I have to squint very hard from the several vantage points to see what are the new developments each visit.
For logging’s sake too since in a couple of years, I’m pretty sure I’d forget the walking path I take each visit. Here’s a map of it:
The circuit starts from (1) Block 142, which offers very different points of views of Blocks 10 and Tranquil World at levels 12, 9 and 5 with their public corridors. From there, it’s a short back down to the ground floor and up to levels 12 and 9 at Block 143 (2) for a look at Blocks 2, 6 and 8 and Fun World. Next comes a walk around the compound’s perimeter. The pedestrian’s path at spot (3) Block 14A is adjacent to the private housing areas, and makes for a pleasant-enough walk though sans shade. There’s a temple around (4), which makes makes it necessary to go round Block 155 to spot (5), which offer a look at the heated pool, carpark entrance, and also the elevated tennis court.
From there, it’s up to levels 13 and 9 of Block 158 (6) for very different views of The Minton’s front area. Then back down to ground level to complete the walk from (7), then along Lorong Ah Soo, turn a corner at (8) where the secondary exit point from the compound is. The last stop is the low-ride apartment at Block 145 (made an incorrect annotation there for (9)) which gives a good view of the fitness station stretch in front of Block 8A.
And as for the developments at site: