BUILDING WITH INTEGRITY
Backed by more than eight decades of experience, Woh Hup is one of Singapore’s leading construction and civil engineering specialists, recognised for shaping the landscape with high quality, innovative building solutions.
Situated right next door to Bartley MRT station Bartley residences comprises of 702 units that are all build on a higher ground.
Catering to the basic needs of tenants, euHabitat provides a diverse selection of four different housing forms, accompanied by flexibility, comfort, security and privacy. Located in Eunos, it allows convenience for tenants with a wide range of facilities and close reach of a myriad of schools, libraries and shopping malls. In light of the “Go Green” movement, the 748-unit estate is shaped like a leaf to accentuate the theme of “living in harmony with nature”.
Designed by renowned German architect Ole Scheeren, partner of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), The Interlace offers a radical new approach to contemporary tropical living – thirty-one 6-storey apartment blocks comprising 1,040 apartments, stacked in a hexagonal arrangement to form eight large-scale open and permeable courtyards.
Soaring to a height of 250 metres, Altez brings a new perspective to the term ‘high-life’. Offering panoramic views of the sea and the city, this residential development in the Tanjong Pagar area consists of one 62-storey, 280-unit residential tower, complemented by commercial development on the first storey.
Located at Marina Bay, this 66-storey development comprises 223 luxuriously appointed three- and four-bedroom apartments ranging from around 1,500 sq ft to 2,500 sq ft, as well as three penthouses with private pool.
What's New at Woh Hup
Woh Hup wins the highest rating of Quality Excellence Award at BCA Awards 2013
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Woh Hup Trust was formed with the mission to provide financial support for social integration of the elderly and under-privileged children in our society.