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Tong Eng Group
Tong Eng Brothers and its group of companies take pride in developing distinctive buildings that are a harmonious blend of form and functionality. From its inception, the group has owned and developed more than a hundred acres of land, comprising office, retail, landed housing and condominium projects.
Tong Eng strives to blend creative planning and understated elegance, while adopting new concepts and technology in developing buildings with enduring value. With each project, careful attention is paid to every detail, from redefining spaces to ensure the optimum layout, to providing only the most impeccable finishes and quality.
For property investment, the group developed ARC 380, an exceptionally designed 16-storey office building on the fringe of Singapore’s Central Business District that was awarded the 2018 Asia Property Awards for the Best Office Development in Singapore. In addition, the group is developing Centrium Square a cutting edge 19-storey mixed use building that was awarded the Asia Property Award for the Best Office Architecture Design.
In Australia, the Group owns a 100% interest in 5 Queens Road and 8 Lakeside Drive, Melbourne. Furthermore, through its joint venture with Roxy Pacific, the group owns a freehold prime commercial building at 312 St Kilda Road, Melbourne and 33 Argyle Street, Parramatta, New South Wales.
Roxy Pacific Holdings Limited
Roxy-Pacific Holdings Limited (“the Group”) is an established property and hospitality corporation with an Asia- Pacific focus and a track record dating back to May 1967. Listed on the SGX Mainboard since 12 March 2008, the Group is engaged primarily in the development and sale of residential and commercial properties (“Property Development”), Hotel ownership and other investment properties in Asia-Pacific (“Hotel Ownership and Property Investment”), including the ownership of Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy.
Since 2013, the three main arms – Property Development, Property Investment and Hotel Ownership have extended their reach beyond Singapore, to countries such as Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Japan and Maldives.