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History of SingLand

  • Our beginnings

    Our beginnings
    In 1963, the property market boomed and a group of professionals seized the opportunity to form Singapore Land & Investments Co., as SingLand was then known. The company, incorporated on 21 June 1963 was the first
    listed property company on the Stock Exchange of Singapore. It had an authorised capital of $20 million, of which $10 million was offered to the public at $1 per share
  • United Industrial Corporation

    Incorporated on 3 July 1963.
  • Cuscaden House

    Cuscaden House
    12-18 Cuscaden Road That Cuscaden House spelt luxurious living for its tenants, establishing Singapore Land as a developer with innovative offerings.
  • Wollerton Park

    Wollerton Park
    The company invested in a major housing estate and adjacent vacant land at Wollerton Park in the prime residential district 1025, off Farrer Road. 9 Bungalows and 4 blocks of 72 flats were built. To help with the financing for the flats, the company provided mortgage loans through its subsidiary, S L Home Loans Pte Ltd
  • UIC listed on Stock Exchange of Singapore

  • UIC Building

    UIC Building
    The tallest structure in Singapore upon its completion.
  • Mr Tao appointed Chairman of Singapore Land

    Mr Tao appointed Chairman of Singapore Land
    The company heads in a new direction to develop prime commercial properties for investment.
    Over 1 million square feet of CBD prime space including landmarks like Clifford Centre, Shing Kwan House (now known as SGX Centre 2) and Shell Tower (now known as Singapore Land Tower).
  • Shing Kwan House (Now SGX Centre 2)

    Shing Kwan House (Now SGX Centre 2)
    In 1973, Shing Kwan House, one of the company's earliest commercial buildings made history as the first office building to be erected on an Urban Redevelopment Authority site. Early tenants at Shing Kwan House, for example, included Chase Manhattan Bank, Barclays Bank PLc, National Westminster Bank PLc, and IBM. It is now known as SGX Centre 2.
  • Clifford Centre

    Clifford Centre
    Developed in 1970 at the height of the construction boom, Clifford Centre was the first major commercial development project to be undertaken by the private sector in support of the government's urban renewal programme.
  • Shell Tower (Now Singapore Land Tower)

    Shell Tower (Now Singapore Land Tower)
    A 47-storey commercial complex of banks and offices. Originally developed in the late seventies, it was first named Shell Tower after Shell Eastern Petroleum, the anchor tenant for 15 years.
  • Arcadia Gardens

    Arcadia Gardens
    A distinct condominium project with palatial-sized apartments and lush garden terraces.
  • Marina Square

    Marina Square
    Marina square is SingLand's urban entertainment and shopping complex for the people of Singapore. The combination of five-star hotels, modern offices and one of Asia's largest shopping malls till this day remains one of the most successful integrated commercial developments in Asia. It comprises 3 world class luxury hotels - The Oriental Singapore, Marina Mandarin and Pan Pacific with a total of nearly 2,100 rooms, over 200 stores and restaurants, family entertainment centres and supermarkets.
  • The Gateway

    The Gateway
    A pair of graceful 37-storey office buildings designed by American Chinese designer I M Pei. It is home to major multinationals such as Chase Manhattan Bank, Digital Equipment, ICI (S'pore) Pte Ltd, MasterCard Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, Proctor and Gamble (S) Pte Ltd, The First National Bank of Boston and Anderson Consulting Singapore Pte Ltd
  • UIC Acquisition

    On 6 April, mC's acquisition of 1.82 million SingLand shares at under $15 and its exercise of a total of 4.2 million warrants at $7.46 brought it to the much awaited 25 per cent trigger point for a takeover.
  • Mr Wee appointed Chairman of UIC

    Mr Wee appointed Chairman of UIC
    UOB became the second largest holder of UIC after the Salim Group, when Chairman Wee Cho Yaw took a 10% placement of UIC shares amounting to $102 million. Now that UOB had come to UIC's rescue, SingLand could look forward to new and exciting synergies with the UOB group.
  • Clifford Centre upgrading works

    Clifford Centre upgrading works
  • West Mall

    West Mall
    The company's first suburban shopping and entertainment complex in Bukit Batok. A 50:50 joint venture with parent company United Industrial Corporation (UIC). West Mall is a five-storey retail and entertainment centre with a lettable area of 18,000 sqm.
  • Clifford Centre upgrading works

    Clifford Centre upgrading works
  • Stamford Court

    Stamford Court
    A landmark in the heart of Singapore's civic and cultural district.
  • Tampines Junction

    Tampines Junction
    Cititbank was an anchor tenant, one of Singapore's leading financial institutions. Their operations were spread over more than 4 floors or about 10,000 sqm in Tampines Junction. The 9-storey Tampines Junction, was specifically designed to cater to the needs of financial institutions and includes useful features such as a backup power supply system to operate the air-conditioning system in case of power failure.
  • Tampines Plaza I and II

    Tampines Plaza I and II
    Construction works began in Novermber 1996, completed June 1998.
  • Singapore Exchange Centre 2

    Singapore Exchange Centre 2
    Re-development of Shing Kwan House as part of the Singapore Exchange Cetre
  • SGX Centre 2

    SGX Centre 2
    Redevelopment of Shing Kwan House to SGX Centre 2. The lobby underwent refurbishment in 2022.
  • UIC Building Redevelopment

  • The Trizon

    The Trizon
  • Mon Jervois

    Mon Jervois
  • Pollen & Bleu

    Pollen & Bleu
  • Alex Residences

    Alex Residences
  • V on Shenton & UIC building

    V on Shenton & UIC building
    Redevelopment of UIC building into iconic mixed-use V on Shenton and UIC building designed by UN studio.
  • UIC becomes subsidiary of UOL group

  • Name change from UIC to SingLand

    Name change from UIC to SingLand
  • Launch of SingLand Elevates and SingLand Volunteers

    Launch of SingLand Elevates and SingLand Volunteers
    At SingLand, we believe in building inclusive communities and recognise that we have a responsibility to help those who have fallen through the cracks of society. As part of our commitment towards this, we have introduced SingLand Elevates, a corporate initiative that centres around empowering our employees to champion, serve and care for the less fortunate through a series of programmes.
  • Launch of SingLand Inspires

    Launch of SingLand Inspires
    An initiative that supports art with a focus on local and regional artists through the commissioning of artworks for public spaces across our portfolio of properties, as well as placemaking and programming.
  • Clifford Centre Closed for Redevelopment

  • SingLand Celebrates 60th Anniversary

    SingLand Celebrates 60th Anniversary
  • Launch of SingLand Empowers

    Launch of SingLand Empowers
    SingLand Empowers is the vehicle through which we are championing greater diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in our organisation and in the real estate industry at large. Through initiatives that empower our employees through learning and development and collaborations with industry partners that drive talent diversity in the built environment sector, we aspire towards a norm where differences are celebrated and valued.
  • West Mall Refresh

    West Mall Refresh
    Rebranding, and AEI of plaza and basement food offerings.