Belgravia Ace is the 3rd and final phase of the Belgravia Collection by Tong Eng Group on Belgravia Drive off Ang Mo Kio Ave 5.
There is nothing quite like owning a special edition that defines luxury and exclusivity. A prime property on premium freehold land, Belgravia Ace is about the joy of living in a landed property with communal facilities. Conceived to meet the desire for well-appointed living spaces within a shared, gated estate, it is an astute investment that is just minutes away from Singapore’s newest innovation-based business districts on the North Coast, Seletar and Punggol. Best of all, its freehold status will leave a lasting legacy for generations to enjoy
shopping malls in the area
AMK Hub is owned and managed by Mercatus.
Mercatus Co-operative Limited is the real estate subsidiary of NTUC Enterprise Co-operative Limited. Its vision is to own and manage a portfolio of commercial properties to provide NTUC social enterprises with access to commercial space and generate sustainable, long term returns for the Labour Movement.
Mercatus’s portfolio includes the following: AMK Hub, Jurong Point, One Marina Boulevard, Thomson Plaza and shop units all over the island.
Greenwich V is part of Far East Shopping Mall porfolio.
Nestled within the lush leafy surroundings of the established landed residential estate of Seletar Hills, the undulating site has a serene and charming quality that is rare in urban Singapore.
Greenwich V is a relaxed and quaint mall which is designed to be a retail and lifestyle hub with alfresco dining and casual outdoor spaces.
It has a vibrant blend of offerings, including tantalising F&B choices such as Cedele, Rakuichi Sushi, Toast Box and The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. There is also a Cold Storage supermarket to meet your daily grocery needs, and services such as 7-Eleven, Guardian Health & Beauty, a combined practice medical clinic and children enrichment schools.
With a combination of a relaxed, natural-chic and charming village-like ambience and a buzzing and unique outdoor concept, Greenwich V completely transforms traditional expectations of lifestyle and shopping.
A one-of-a-kind retail experience awaits you.
Hougang 1 is part of Far East Shopping Mall porfolio.
Hougang Point is now refreshed as Hougang 1
With a host of new and familiar F&B, retail, health and beauty, and enrichment choices housed under the brand new bright and spacious interior, Hougang 1 remains the heartbeat of the neighbourhood where families and friends can shop, dine and relax.
Conveniently located in the town centre of Sengkang, Compass One is one of the most extensive and fully integrated mall boasting numerous facilities and encompassing a comprehensive mix of more than 180 established brands providing a wide range of products and services uniquely curated for each and every individual.
Positioned as both a family oriented and recreational hub within the region, Compass One periodically curate special events and activities dedicated to enriching your experience with your families and friends at Compass One.
Connected to Fernvale Light Rail Transit (LRT) station which seamlessly links to the Sengkang North-East Line (NEL) MRT / LRT station and Sengkang bus interchange, The Seletar Mall has 6 levels of retail and 3 levels of parking with 384 parking lots and 188,000 square feet of nett lettable area.
The Seletar Mall is also conveniently linked to expressways including the Tampines Expressway (TPE) and Central Expressway (CTE).
Developer for Belgravia ACE
Tong Eng Group
In the 1940s, Teo Thye Chor and his younger brother, Teo Thye Hong, migrated from the Hui An district of Fujian, China, to Singapore in search of a brighter future. Overcoming early challenges, the brothers formed Tong Eng Brothers after the Second World War, engaging in the trading of electrolytic tinplates used in the production of cans and bottle caps.
Responding to the call for post-war rebuilding in the 1950s, the brothers anticipated a surge in demand for accommodation and decided to diversify into property development. A true visionary, Teo Thye Chor saw the potential of the undeveloped precinct of the Paya Lebar district and bought land in the area. Tong Eng went on to develop the land into the first industrial estate in that vicinity.
The brothers continued to acquire more greenfield land in the city’s suburbs such as Changi, Upper Serangoon Road, Yio Chu Kang and Pasir Panjang – amassing more than 40 hectares of freehold land.
Tong Eng developed some of these lands into houses for lease to the British forces who were in Singapore at that time. Notable projects in that era included Changi Grove, West Sea Garden in Pasir Panjang, Tong Kong Gardens in Upper Paya Lebar and Tong Eng Heights, which is now known as Changi Heights.
Tapping into Tong Eng’s tin can business dealings with major oil refining companies such as Shell, Esso and Mobil, the brothers displayed their business acumen by selling land to these oil majors for their use as petrol stations. These land parcels were carved out from tracts that Tong Eng had previously acquired. In doing so, Tong Eng found a novel way to offset most of the land costs.
In 1968, Teo Thye Chor’s eldest son Teo Tong Wah, together with his uncle, Thye Hong, took over the company, continued to develop the company’s land bank and pursued the legacy of land banking that its founders started. Tong Wah prioritised the acquisition of many pre-war rent control shophouses adjoining Tong Eng’s own three units at Cecil Street in the heart of Singapore’s central business district (CBD).
He then combined them to build Tong Eng Building, a 26-storey office building where the company’s headquarters is located.
Over the years, the group continued to develop real estate across different sectors comprising landed housing, condominiums, apartments, offices and retail malls. Some of these projects are Greenbank Park, Green Meadows, Trendale Tower, Stratton Park, Belgravia Park, Serenade Garden, Kew Cottages, Treasure Place, Eminent Plaza, Serangoon Plaza and Poshgrove East, to name a few.
Through the last 60 years, Tong Eng Brothers has owned and developed close to 200 acres of land, encompassing office, retail, landed housing and apartment. It has established itself as a leading property developer with a proven track record in delivering high quality projects.
Today under the leadership of Group Managing Director, Teo Tong Lim, the family business continues into its third generation. The Tong Eng Group continues to source for investment and development opportunities while developing their landbanks and expanding its Real Estate footprint in and beyond Singapore.
Architect for Belgravia ACE
JGP is a Singapore-based award-winning architectural practice established in 1985. The firm has offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Ho Chi Minh City, Kuala Lumpur and Yangon, providing comprehensive architectural consultancy and project management services.
JGP’s built work includes a diverse mix of Asia-Pacific projects, ranging from residential and commercial, to infrastructural and industrial. In recent years, the firm has undertaken ambitious projects including masterplanning commissions and healthcare developments. Some of the firm’s notable recent built projects include the award-winning Harbour Mall & Four Points by Sheraton (Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia), the Holiday Inn Express Singapore, and several masterplanning commissions in Zhuhai (Guangdong province, China). In 2014, JGP received the coveted SME One Asia Award, in recognition of outstanding business excellence, innovation, fair practices and growth in entrepreneurship.
JGP’s philosophy is to provide design excellence for clients. To achieve this, the firm is committed to foster a collaborative environment underpinning every project. One that is built on teamwork, trust and credibility, mutual respect and understanding, and principles of work ethics and professionalism. JGP believes that the environment promotes a culture for pursuits in pushing design limits and integrating multifaceted insights.
In the face of today’s challenges brought about by market volatility, social and geopolitical complexities, environmental concerns, and the ever-changing demands of society, JGP seeks to continuously evolve and find innovative ways to designing. Ultimately, the goal is to lead the way for bettering our built environment and the lives of the people.