Talk:Golden Mile Complex

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Please assert notability or it will probably be deleted. --NeilN 06:19, 12 August 2007 (UTC)

Trust me, I only create notable articles. —Sengkang 06:21, 12 August 2007 (UTC)
Great! Adding the {{underconstruction}} tag would help prevent calls for speedy deletes while you're working on an article. --NeilN 06:25, 12 August 2007 (UTC)
Oh ok, thanks for the advice. —Sengkang 06:34, 12 August 2007 (UTC)


This sentence makes no sense at all:

The building is serviced from the rear with a Mass Rapid Transit line and a continuous pedestrian spine linking all buildings in the Golden Mile of Beach Road.

There are no MRT stops anywhere near GMC and while I'm not sure what a "continuous pedestrian spine" is supposed to be, as a vertebrate pedestrian myself, I think it sounds pretty painful. Jpatokal 14:15, 12 August 2007 (UTC)

This sentence generally refers to the building's location in terms of services, like public transport, and the building's design relative to pedestrian accessibility with the other buildings in the stretch. The reference to the MRT refers to the building's location relative to the nearest MRT line, i.e. the East-West line at Lavender. It does not mean that the station has to be located right next to the building's door step. "Pedestrian spine" is an architectural term and conveys the designer's intent to link all the buildings within the Golden Mile stretch of development. These services to the building is from its rear, and not its frontage to the sea. This is the main point that the sentence is trying to make. By the way, these are adapted from Robert Powell's book on Singapore Architecture, published in 2004, and are not plucked from the sky. I've re-phrased the sentence to make it clearer to the layman. Thanks. —Sengkang 15:30, 12 August 2007 (UTC)
I repeat, there are no MRT stops anywhere near GMC, and it's highly misleading to state that it's connected to the line if the line doesn't bloody stop there. Jpatokal 16:57, 13 August 2007 (UTC)
So be it. —Sengkang 00:54, 14 August 2007 (UTC)

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