High Park Residences at district 19 is developed by Chip Eng Seng (CEL), Heeton and Kim Seng Heng.
About Chip Eng Seng (CEL)
Since 2000, CEL has been actively acquiring sites for property development and investment. These developments include residential, commercial and industrial properties. The current portfolio of CEL includes mid-market and high-end prime properties.
CEL believes in growth through partnerships. It has established joint ventures with reputable foreign funds such as Lehman Brothers Real Estate Partner II and Citadel Equity Fund Ltd. CEL has also teamed with local partners like NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Ltd and Keppel Land Limited on several highly successful property projects.
Going beyond local boundaries, CEL has launched an expansion into the emerging regional economies, beginning with Vietnam, where it is actively seeking property development opportunities. It is also exploring other markets in South East Asia.
Heeton Holdings Limited is engaged in property development and property investment in Singapore and beyond. Established in 1976, it has been listed on the Singapore Exchange since 8 September 2003.
As a boutique property developer, the Group has a niche focus on developing distinctive and high-quality residential properties in Singapore's choice districts. Among its completed projects are DLV at Dalvey Road, The Element@Stevens at Steven Road, detached and semi-detached houses along Holland Road, as well as a joint-venture project, The Lumos at Leonie Hill.
Heeton has also formed strong partnerships with other established property developers to develop properties locally and in the region. Such properties include Lincoln Suites off Newton Road, The Boutiq at Killiney Road, Sky Green at MacPherson Road, and Twins at Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur.
Heeton prides itself on building exceptional and uniquely designed homes that measure up to international standards. As testament to its commitment to innovation and cutting-edge design, the Group has brought in YOO Inspired by Starck, a world-renowned design company co-founded by designer Philippe Starck and British developer John Hitchcox, to design the interiors and landscaping of iLiv@Grange.
About Kim Seng Heng
KSH Holdings Limited ("KSH" or the "Group") is a well-established Construction, Property Development and Property Investment group that was incorporated in 1979 and listed on the Mainboard of the SGX-ST since February 8, 2007.
KSH has an established track record for handling construction projects across a broad spectrum of industries, and its projects have performed well in CONQUAS, a standard assessment system on the quality of building projects. KSH had won several BCA Construction Excellence Awards including that for Fullerton Bay Hotel and NUS University Town's Education Resource Centre in 2013 and Madison Residences in 2014, amongst others.
Through strategic alliances and joint ventures, KSH's property development and investment presence span across various real estate sectors including residential, commercial, hospitality, and mixed-use developments. Apart from having successfully executed residential and mixed-use development projects in Singapore and the People's Republic of China ("PRC"), it has jointly acquired properties in other geographies including the United Kingdom, Australia, Malaysia and Japan. It will continue to explore opportunities in new geographies with favourable real estate cycles with a focus on Southeast Asia.
On the Property Investment front, the Group invests in yield-accretive assets that generate a sustainable stream of income with potential capital gains. Its investments include a 30-storey Grade A office development, Prudential Tower in Raffles Place, and a 36-storey retail and office complex, Tianxing Riverfront Square in the heart of the business district of Tianjin, PRC.
The Group seeks to continue broadening its businesses and projects, explore opportunities in new markets while striving towards sustainable growth to enhance shareholder value.