Magnificently Crafted Singapore Property
Singapore property V on Shenton harmonises habitat and nature into a magnificent column of light, space and greenery. Using its signature organic shapes and structures inspired by nature herself, the building cultivates the sense of a sculpture. Sculptures that has been crafted by artisan's hands to deliver appealing qualities of next-generation metropolitan living. Just like the sculptures, this Singapore property is also magnificently crafted.
It was not until the 1960's that the first buildings appeared along Shenton Way. The first being the Conference Hall and Trade Union House (1965), later becoming the Singapore Conference Hall, and the ICB Building (1968) and Shing Kwan House which is now the SGX Centre. Also of significance to the area in the 1970s were Robina House, Shenton House and of course, UIC Building.