The Iveria is the flagship residence of The Ove Collection. It is inspired by cosmopolitan New York. Located at 2 Kim Yam Road, the freehold residence is a collection of 51 exclusive homes in Prime District 9. Its prestigious city address, striking architecture, and stylish interiors epitomise the best of cosmopolitan living.
The Iveria brings together the two sides of the city. The light and the dark. The contemporary and the contemplative. The raw and the reflective. One side of its facade is sleek and reflective, while the other is contemporary and bold. This is an architectural icon in the making.
The Iveria Development info
|Project :||The Iveria|
|Address :||2 Kim Yam Road, Singapore|
|Type :||Highrise Residential|
|# of Units :||51 units|
|Eligibility :||All Nationalities|
|T.O.P Date :||est Q4 2022|
|Site Area :||approx 14,692 sqft|
|Developer :||Macly Iveria Pte Ltd|
|Architect :||JGP Architecture|
|Unit Mix :||3br + Study|
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Developer for The Iveria
Till date, Macly Group has been the pioneer of innovations and USPs in reinventing liveable spaces for buyers. In its latest projects, Macly has also created unique design concepts, for instance, NoMa introduces art within the compound, Tedge has an iconic green façade, whereas The Iveria is a luxury residence that pioneers a different generation of luxury, with designer finishes designed by and under the brand of OVE, a premium and luxury homes brand.
In 2019, Neu at Novena (1-4 Bedrooms) sold 51% on launch day. The Iveria (all 3 Bedrooms + Study), sold 30% on launch day and has been visited by & featured in luxury magazines Tatler Homes, Robb Report, Boulevard Singapore, and Icon Singapore.
Compact and Affordable Apartments
Prompted to make private apartments more affordable, Macly Group was the pioneer in the “shoebox apartment” (i.e. Compact and Affordable) trend in Singapore. Its first Compact and Affordable apartment, Mackenzie 138, was sold out within a month in 2004. Suites @Amber, Wilkie 80, Zedge and Newton Edge were some of the Group’s projects that were developed during this period.
City Fringe Living
With real estate prices increasing further, Macly Group ventured into developing non-conventional sites such as Geylang, located near Singapore’s city fringe. This was well received by both consumers and the market, proven by the sales records of Sims Edge and Suites @ Sims, which sold out within 1 month of launch in 2011. All 275 units at Guillemard Edge was sold out within 2 weeks of launch in 2012. Till date, Macly has developed 7 projects in Geylang area.
Architect for The Iveria
JGP is a Singapore-based award-winning architectural practice established in 1985. The firm has offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Ho Chi Minh City, Kuala Lumpur and Yangon, providing comprehensive architectural consultancy and project management services.
JGP’s built work includes a diverse mix of Asia-Pacific projects, ranging from residential and commercial, to infrastructural and industrial. In recent years, the firm has undertaken ambitious projects including masterplanning commissions and healthcare developments. Some of the firm’s notable recent built projects include the award-winning Harbour Mall & Four Points by Sheraton (Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia), the Holiday Inn Express Singapore, and several masterplanning commissions in Zhuhai (Guangdong province, China). In 2014, JGP received the coveted SME One Asia Award, in recognition of outstanding business excellence, innovation, fair practices and growth in entrepreneurship.
JGP’s philosophy is to provide design excellence for clients. To achieve this, the firm is committed to foster a collaborative environment underpinning every project. One that is built on teamwork, trust and credibility, mutual respect and understanding, and principles of work ethics and professionalism. JGP believes that the environment promotes a culture for pursuits in pushing design limits and integrating multifaceted insights.
In the face of today’s challenges brought about by market volatility, social and geopolitical complexities, environmental concerns, and the ever-changing demands of society, JGP seeks to continuously evolve and find innovative ways to designing. Ultimately, the goal is to lead the way for bettering our built environment and the lives of the people.