[email protected] wins architecture award in Barcelona

The [email protected] was among four Singapore projects that won top awards at the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona. The HDB's 50-storey residential project at Tanjong Pagar was named the World's Best Housing Development, said a press release from the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). This is the second big global award for the project this year. In June, it was named the 'Best Tall Building' by...

Over 95% of owners at [email protected] have taken possession of flats

More than 95 per cent of owners of flats at the [email protected] have taken possession of their property. This was revealed on Sunday at the Tanjong Pagar constituency's National Day Celebrations Dinner by the Chairman of the event, Ho Nai Chuen. Mr Ho said that of these, about 70 to 80 per cent of the owners have moved in. He noted that the public housing project was recently named the best tall...

Skybridge at [email protected] opens for non-residents

The Skybridge at the [email protected] offers a commanding view of the city. Residents are definitely enjoying what they paid for, but from Friday onwards, non-residents can enjoy the view too for a price. Non-residents can access the Skybridge, which straddles the 50th floor of the buildings, by paying S$5 per person. As of 5pm on Friday, 26 people had taken up the offer, soaking in the panoramic view of...

[email protected] holds two world records

The [email protected] residential project holds two world records for the longest sky-garden and the heaviest skybridge. The popular residential project, which includes a roof-top garden, will have a total of 12 skybridges. Each bridge weighs 354 tonnes which is equivalent to the weight of a Boeing 747. Contractors used heavy duty hydraulics to push the bridges in place. The bridges will be lifted to the...

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