The Trizon Developer-Singland
As one of Singapore’s largest property players, Singapore Land (SingLand) is synonymous with premier property developments in both prime and suburban locations.
The Group has about 2.2 million sq ft of office space and nearly 1 million sq ft of retail space across Singapore. Our portfolio includes Singapore Land Tower and Clifford Centre in the heart of Singapore’s financial district, Raffles Place, The Gateway with its I.M. Pei designed twin towers, SGX Centre which houses the Singapore Stock Exchange, as well as Marina Square, a large shopping, entertainment, hotel, and commercial complex close to the CBD. Other developments include West Mall, a suburban shopping mall in Bukit Batok, and office developments in Tampines Finance Park, Abacus Plaza and Tampines Plaza.
On the residential front, SingLand’s focus is on the development of projects in Singapore’s most prestigious locations. These projects include The Paterson, a 22-storey luxurious condominium and Stevens Loft, a 5-storey apartment block. Both projects are located in tranquil surroundings, yet near Singapore’s premier shopping and entertainment area, Orchard Road. SingLand has expanded its interests in the residential sector, with additional projects including One Amber in the popular East Coast/Katong area, The Sixth Avenue Residences in the exclusive and sought after Bukit Timah area. Other prime residential projects include, Mon Jervois, Pollen and Bleu, Archipelago, Thomson Three, Clement Canopy and Alex Residences.
In the region, SingLand has grown its property portfolio with interests in Hong Kong and China. The Group is actively looking for overseas investment opportunities in China, Malaysia and Vietnam.
SingLand will continue to focus on expanding its core property development and management business. The Group remains committed to the enhancement of its investment portfolio through active management and development of new prime Singapore offices and residential projects. This includes upgrading and renewal of existing buildings, and the acquisition of new development sites.