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Past Developments
Past Developments
2012
The Fullerton Pavilion
Marina Bay, Singapore
The latest addition to The Fullerton Heritage precinct, The Fullerton Pavilion is a first-of-its-kind floating dome-shaped structure set on Marina Bay between One Fullerton and Clifford Pier. Designed by DP Architects and opened in the second quarter of 2012, it is home to a contemporary chic Spanish restaurant & bar, complete with an observation deck on the roof. Visitors and patrons can look forward to an unforgettable experience on the waters of Marina Bay, complemented with stunning panoramic views.
2011
Maison Rosé
Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong
Located in the heart of Kowloon, Maison Rosé is only a two-minute stroll from Sham Shui Po Station. The elegant European architectural design blends with modern aesthetics with an elegant, timeless atmosphere and provides residents with an urbane lifestyle.
2010
Sino International Plaza
Fuzhou, China
Located in the business centre of Fuzhou, Sino International Plaza is an international Grade A commercial complex. It provides 491,000 sq ft of prime space over 23 levels of office floors and four levels of premium shopping mall.  The tower features a rooftop garden and a building façade made of energy-efficient 'Low-E' glass.
2010
The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
Marina Bay, Singapore
Adjoining Clifford Pier, this ultra-exclusive luxury hotel features exquisite architecture and superb five-star service, complete with full waterfront Marina Bay views. The chic sophistication sets the tone for an indulgent lifestyle experience and in another contrast, the area’s heritage is kept alive with dedicated public art areas that showcase antiquarian nautical maps and contemporary bronze sculptures.
2009
The Dynasty
Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
Easily accessed by a range of public transport, including the MTR West Rail Line and Tsuen Wan Line, The Dynasty has been designed as an integrated city. The development offers 256 units; residents can enjoy magnificent views of Rambler Channel and Ting Kau Bridge. It is connected to the retail complex Citywalk and Citywalk 2, a retail hub in the new centre of Tsuen Wan.
2008
Exchange Tower
Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
The 31-storey Exchange Tower offers a total of 600,000 sq ft of Grade A office space and a 100,000-square-foot, three-storey retail podium. The building was the first in Hong Kong to feature a green balcony on every floor.  Tenants can enjoy a panoramic view of Victor Harbour on the Sky Garden on the 15th floor. Exchange Tower is conveniently located, with shopping malls and Kowloon Bay Station, the Eastern Harbour Tunnel and the Tate's Cairn Tunnel on the doorstep.
2008
The Hennessy
Wanchai, Hong Kong
Located in the bustling precinct spanning Wanchai and Causeway Bay, The Hennessy provides approximately 90,000 sq ft of prime office and retail space.  The New York-style loft offices command panoramic views of Victoria Harbour, complemented by full-height windows, making it an ideal office for various businesses. The podium blends the building's theme red with vertical green plants, while the sky garden serves as a tranquil oasis. The Hennessy provides a new epicurean experience with an array of dining venues, spectacular views and rooftop alfresco settings.
2008
Vista
Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong
Located in heart of the buzzing district of Sham Shui Po, Vista is a stone’s throw from Sham Shui Po Station and is one of the tallest residential properties in the area.  The 170 units are complete with balconies offering magnificent sea views of Victoria Harbour and Kowloon Station. The development also comes with unique clubhouse facilities, including a resort-style swimming pool, a banquet room and a gymnasium.
2007 & 2010
Citywalk and Citywalk 2
Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
The first green shopping mall in Hong Kong, Citywalk represents an innovative architectural concept that strikes a fine balance between nature and shopping.  The 300,000-square-foot shopping mall has an 8,000-square-foot Vertical Garden and a 40,000-square-foot ‘Citywalk Piazza’ with landscaped water features. The unique green space provides shoppers and tourists with a stylish and natural environment.  Citywalk and Citywalk 2 won the inaugural Skyrise Greenery Awards initiated by the Development Bureau in addition to obtaining ‘Platinum’ rating by the Hong Kong BEAM Society for its 11 distinctive green features and designs.
2007
Vision City
Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
Located in Tsuen Wan town centre, Vision City features Hong Kong’s first and largest green shopping mall, Citywalk. Vision City provides 1,466 residential flats in five towers with a 180,000-square-foot clubhouse fitted with an array of facilities. A sprawling footbridge system connects the major buildings to form an integrated city.
2006
Mount Beacon
Beacon Hill, Hong Kong
Located in the coveted precinct of Beacon Hill, this elegant development offers 22 houses and 197 apartments with comprehensive clubhouse facilities. Finished to an impeccable standard, it commands panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula.
2006
One SilverSea
West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Offering 700 elegantly appointed residential units with breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour, this exquisite development features a full range of recreational facilities and direct access to Olympic Station.West Kowloon, Hong Kong
2005
St. Andrews Place
Sheung Shui, Hong Kong
With magnificent views of the Hong Kong Golf Club and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Beas River Country Club, St. Andrews Place is synonymous with exclusive lifestyle with its exquisite residences amid beautiful surroundings.  Ranging from 4,848 to 7,510 sq ft, each house provides vast living space with a 19-foot ceiling height, and well-appointed bathrooms and kitchens, complemented by lush gardens.
2004
Bowen’s Lookout
Hong Kong
Nestled in a tranquil area among consulates and discerning developments, Bowen’s Lookout is conveniently located in Bowen Road on The Peak, with Admiralty and Central just a few minutes’ drive away. The 26 luxury apartments occupy a single floor each and feature a grand private lobby and the 50-square-foot balcony offering sea view panoramas.
2004
Residence Oasis
Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong
Located atop Hang Hau Station, Residence Oasis is a magnificent residential development with shopping and recreational facilities. The development provides 2,130 units over six tower, and each unit is fitted with an environmentally friendly balcony.
2004
The Royal Oaks
Sheung Shui, Hong Kong
Adorned with acres of verdant greenery, The Royal Oaks is nestled between the Hong Kong Golf Club and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Beas River Country Club. The collection of luxury homes in three architectural styles has been crafted to the most discerning standards.
2004
Three Bays
Island South, Hong Kong
Three Bays offers nine spacious homes in Tai Tam Bay with stunning 270-degree views of Stanley, Turtle Cove and Tai Tam Bay. Each house comprises four storeys with lofty headroom ranging from 12 to 16 feet, terrace garden and outdoor spaces. The clubhouse features a 35-metre swimming pool, a children's pool, an outdoor Jacuzzi and a gymnasium equipped with comprehensive fitness facilities. It takes only a few minutes to walk to Stanley Beach, Hairpin Beach and the American Club and is within easy reach of the Hong Kong International School, Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay.
2003
Skyline Tower
Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
Located in the revitalised Kowloon Bay commercial district, Grade A office tower Skyline Tower offers panoramic sea views. Representing a new generation of spacious, functional and intelligent buildings, the 39-storey tower provides a gross floor area of close to 910,000 sq ft with an eight-level car park with spaces for more than 360 vehicles and direct access to the office tower.
2001
Central Park and Park Avenue
West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Located in the heart of Kowloon and atop Olympic Station, Central Park and Park Avenue offer unrivalled convenience and comprehensive facilities including a landscaped pool and lush gardens, which comprises a 300,000-square-foot landscaped area with three themed parts: Olympian Park, Tuileries Garden and Borghese Garden, designed by renowned landscape architect Belt Collins.
 
The comprehensive 150,000-square-foot clubhouse, designed by renowned hotel designer Leese Robertson Freeman, features a grand lobby with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, scenic garden views and comprehensive leisure and fitness facilities.
2001
Olympian City
West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Located at Olympic Station and connected to Mongkok and the affluent catchment of West Kowloon by a comprehensive footbridge system, the 800,000-square-foot Olympian City serves as a regional mall, and offers a wide variety of shops, from international fashions and cosmetics to kids’ favourites and lifestyle accessories. Olympian City is famous for its culinary varieties, from alfresco restaurants and bars to international cuisines, as well as a mega food court. The 80,000-square-foot open piazza houses arts and community events throughout the year; together with the six-screen cinema, it adds vibrancy to the shopping experience for both local shoppers and tourists.
2001
The Centrium
Central, Hong Kong
On the doorstep of Hong Kong’s renowned dining and entertainment precinct of Lan Kwan Fong, The Centrium provides approximately 256,000 sq ft of prime commercial space, including 25 storeys of office space, six levels of car park and a retail space that complements the lively ambience.  F&B tenants of the building provide an eclectic mix of fare, while nearby the Fringe Club and the Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC) offer art and cultural diversity.
2001-2012
The Fullerton Heritage
Marina Bay, Singapore
Commanding an eminent spot stretching 1.4 million sq ft in the heart of Singapore’s CBD and historic district, the meticulously master planned dining and hospitality complex comprises The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Waterboat House, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, Clifford Pier, Customs House, One Fullerton and The Fullerton Pavilion.  The renovated heritage buildings combine elegant historical grandeur with contemporary touches to create an enticing and ever-lasting waterfront precinct. They bring a new dimension to the area’s long established cultural heritage while offering panoramic views over the renowned waterfront.
 
The Fullerton Heritage features a dazzling line-up of brands and restaurants, making it the new focal point for waterfront fine dining, upscale shopping and entertainment.
2000
Island HarbourView
West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Island HarbourView is located in the heart of the city, near Olympic Station, providing a tranquil environment in addition to commanding a 180-degree view over Central and Victoria Harbour.
1998
Clifford Centre
Cheung Sha Wan, Hong Kong
Strategically located in Cheung Sha Wan, the bustling commercial district in West Kowloon where merchandisers and textile and garment players abound, Clifford Centre provides the desired specifications, including ample parking spaces for trucks and private cars.
1996
Corporation Park
Shatin, Hong Kong
A contemporary commercial building in the traditional industrial heartland of Fo Tan, Corporation Park provides new-generation specifications catering to the evolving catchment, including parking facilities for containers, trucks and private cars.
1996
Vista Cove
The New Territories, Hong Kong
Located in Castle Peak Road, Vista Cove comprises 16 houses, each with spacious rooftop terraces, individually accessed gardens and panoramic views of Tsing Ma Bridge. Residents of Vista Cove can enjoy its unique blend of green views, beautiful beaches and seaside tranquillity.
1995
Hong Kong Gold Coast
Tuen Mun, Hong Kong
Situated on the spectacular Castle Peak Bay, residents of Hong Kong Gold Coast Residences can enjoy sweeping views of the Gold Coast Yacht Club marina, sea and mountains beyond. Seaview apartments range from 610 to 1,718 sq ft with 19 high-rise towers, while eleven 1,950- to 3,540-square-foot low-rise marina houses feature private gardens and rooftops.
 
Highlights include one of Hong Kong’s largest outdoor free-form pools, landscaped gardens, tennis courts and leisure facilities, such as private cruises on a 58-foot luxury yacht. Golden Beach, Gold Coast Piazza, Gold Coast Yacht & Country Club and the Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel are all within minutes.
1993
Vista Cliff
The New Territories, Hong Kong
With the beach on your doorstep and stunning views of the Tsing Ma Bridge, these 12 houses form the quintessential dream home. Each of these two- or three-bedroom residences includes expansive private terraces and some feature an open kitchen. The tranquil surroundings and spacious luxury of Vista Cliff are minutes from Kowloon Station, Gold Coast Piazza, the Hong Kong International Airport and ifc in Central.
1992
Central Plaza
Wanchai, Hong Kong
A much-loved Hong Kong landmark, this 78-storey, state-of-the-art 'intelligent' Grade A office building commands panoramic harbour views and provides a gross floor area of 1.4 million sq ft. Its prestigious location in the heart of Hong Kong’s business district makes it a sought-after address. Central Plaza is conveniently connected to Wanchai Station and various modes of transport. Its illustrious tenants include Fortune 500 companies, consulates and financial institutions.
1992
Sino Plaza
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Situated at a coveted waterfront location in Causeway Bay, Sino Plaza provides over 290,000 sq ft of Grade A office and 70,000 sq ft of prime retail spaces. Close to the Cross Harbour Tunnel and Hong Kong's key north-south expressway, Sino Plaza is also a short stroll from Causeway Bay Station.
The unique tenant mix includes personal care stores, high fashion brands and acclaimed eateries amid the vibrant shopping district.
1991
Hong Kong Pacific Centre
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Situated in the heart of Kowloon's business hub, Hong Kong Pacific Centre is in close proximity to Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Star Ferry, China Hong Kong Ferry Terminal and major bus routes. Sought-after by medical specialists, Hong Kong Pacific Centre houses over 60 medical practitioners, specialists, clinics and laboratories, making it a one-stop-shop medical hub.
1991
Pacific Palisades
Braemar Hill, Hong Kong
Pacific Palisades is conveniently located in Eastern Mid-Levels, offering easy access to Central and Taikoo Shing. The well-designed flats range in size from 702-square-foot studios to 3,839-square-foot four-bedroom duplex penthouses. Each flat features marble kitchens and bathrooms, and balconies overlooking marvelous city and harbour views. Clubhouse facilities include an outdoor landscaped pool, a spa, a gymnasium, tennis courts, children's playgrounds and restaurant. Renowned international schools in the vicinity include the Chinese International School, Hong Kong Japanese School and Korean International School, making it a sought-after location for parents who are looking for a good education for their children.
1988
China Hong Kong City
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Located in the vibrant precinct of Canton Road, China Hong Kong City is one of Hong Kong’s most prominent commercial complexes, and is minutes away from the Star Ferry Terminal and three MTR stations. The expansive development comprises five office towers offering spectacular sea views, complemented by a shopping mall, The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, China Ferry Terminal, various modes of transport and car parking facilities.
1987
tmtplaza
Tuen Muen, Hong Kong
Launched in 1988, the 1,000,000-square-foot tmtplaza sits atop the transport hub with direct connections to West Rail and Light Rail stations. tmtplaza is home to over 400 shops and restaurants, from sought-after international fashion and cosmetics brands to department stores and electrical appliances and to jewellery and kids’ wear, there is something for every one. With the all-year-round promotional events and exhibitions taking place at its 5,000-square-foot atrium, together with a wide spectrum of international cuisines and a four-screen cinema, the mall offers a one-stop shopping experience, welcoming more than 300,000 customers every day.
1982
Far East Finance Centre
Admiralty, Hong Kong
A glittering office tower celebrating Hong Kong’s status of the financial centre in Asia Pacific, it is situated atop Admiralty Station and is home to a great number of international financial institutions.
1981
Empire Centre
Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong
Empire Centre provides more than 341,000 sq ft of office and retail spaces, and is connected to Tsim Sha Tsui Centre by an enclosed walkway, forming the twin anchor buildings of the Tsim Sha Tsui East precinct.
1980
Tsim Sha Tsui Centre
Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong
The very first development in East Tsim Sha Tsui, a new district formed on reclaimed land in the 1980s. Today, it serves as the headquarters of Sino Group, standing as a tribute to the Group’s pioneering spirit. An important office-cum-retail centre, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre is conveniently located near the Tsim Sha Tsui and Tsim Sha Tsui East Stations and the Cross Harbour Tunnel. Surrounded by five-star hotels, the Alfresco Lane of Tsim Sha Tsui Centre offers fine dining experience amid the stunning views of the Harbour.
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