Set in the rejuvenated heart of the financial district, V ON SHENTON is the ideal base for city living. Connected by clusters of modern amenities, the city is your backyard that extends into a convivial neighbourhood. Daily commuting, a stroll to a nearby café or a quick trip to the boutique grocer all become occasions brimming with lifestyle opportunities. What is metropolitan living if not being in the centre of it all?
Collaborating with good designers is our key to drawing out the spirit of city living. From the street level, V on Shenton is a 237m-high tower that rises over its surrounding buildings. A column of light and greenery, its distinctive honeycomb façade is alive and ever-changing. Within the residence, contemporary interiors provide undisturbed environments with impressive vantage points for taking in the city.
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Developer for V on Shenton
United Industrial Corporation Limited (UIC) was incorporated in Singapore in 1963 as a private company and was listed as a public company in 1971.
The core business of the Group is property development and investment and with the acquisition of the majority equity of Singapore Land Limited, a well-established property company in 1990, the Group became a major real estate developer with a portfolio of 2.5 million sq ft of office space and 1 million sq ft of retail premise in Singapore.
The Group’s property portfolio includes some of Singapore’s best known commercial and retail landmarks as well as residential projects in prime and suburban areas. Overseas investments include properties in Shanghai, Beijing and Tianjin, China and London, UK.
Singapore Land Limited
Singapore Land Limited (“SingLand”) was incorporated in 1963 as the first public listed property company. As one of Singapore’s largest property organisation, SingLand is synonymous with premier property developments. SingLand has about 2.2 million square feet of office space and nearly 1 million square feet of retail space across Singapore. These include Singapore Land Tower, Clifford Centre, SGX Centre, The Gateway, ABACUS Plaza and Tampines Plaza, West Mall, as well as Marina Square.
In 1990, the Company was taken over by United Industrial Corporation (“UIC”) Limited. Today, SingLand, together with parent company UIC Limited, is one of Singapore’s largest property groups. Since its inception, SingLand has played a crucial role in shaping Singapore’s built environment.
SingLand has been delisted from the Singapore Stock Exchange with effect from 25 August 2014 and remains a public non-listed company.
UIC Asian Computer Services Pte Ltd
UIC Asian Computer Services Pte Ltd was incorporated in 1982. Its core business is in the provision of premium Systems Integration, IT Services, Payroll software, HR Outsourcing Services to customers in Financial Services, Education, Healthcare, Manufacturing, and the Public sectors.
For more information, please visit https://www.uicacs.com/
Architects for V on Shenton
UNStudio, founded in 1988 by Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos, is an international architectural design network with four full-service international offices in Amsterdam, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Frankfurt. We specialise in architecture, interior architecture, product design, urban development and infrastructural projects.
Over 200 staff from 27 countries are spread throughout the network in a streamlined structure that enables us to spend less time organising and more time designing and collaborating with our clients.
UNStudio’s current management team consists of Ben van Berkel, Caroline Bos, Gerard Loozekoot, Astrid Piber and Hannes Pfau, closely supported by a strong group of long-term directors and associate directors.
Founded in 1974, architects61 remains one of the most established corporate architectural practices in Singapore. Over the past decade, the firm has been awarded around one hundred local and international awards – including the first Singapore President’s Design Award for the Fullerton in 2006-2007 – and is responsible for completing around hundred and fifty million square feet of floor space on projects worth more than S$50 billion in Singapore alone.