After many years of neglect, new lease of life has been given to some of Singapore historical landmarks and tastefully transformed into part of new condominium projects. Let’s investigate…..
When it comes to purchasing a real estate property whether for own stay or for investment, prospective buyers are spoilt with the luxury of choices with the real estate industry offering many new launch property of residential projects be it condominiums by private developers or government developed executive condominium.
Each year, the industry is flooded with supply of new launch condominium properties, property developers are facing increasing challenges to differentiate their projects one from the other by making the new condo launch projects well developed with its distinctive mark outstandingly standing out from the rest so as to make the development highly creative and outstandingly unique. One such example is Principal Garden at Prince Charles Crescent jointly developed by UOL and Kheng Leong Group which has an excellent unique theme of beautifully designed garden within this new launch condo in the city fringe living.
Others had embarked onto more grander and uniquely designed projects of transforming old conservation bungalows and shophouses and incorporating these old buildings into their development design concepts and yet skilfully preserving the old and developed alongside with the new such as A Treasure Trove and The Red House which made headlines in the real estate industry when the respective developers acquired these old properties of conservation buildings with the sole aim of integrating them into the new developments.