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Pollen Collection is a landed housing development by Bukit Sembawang Estates Ltd to be launched after the very successful sales result of the 1st release Nim Collection which is almost 100% sold out.

Developed by Bukit Sembawang Estates Ltd and located in District 28 at Nim Road and Ang Mo Kio Ave 5. Within mere minutes drive from the locale, there are abundance of amenities. Such as Ang Mo Kio Hub, Greenwich V, Hougang Mall, Compass One, Seletar Aerospace etc.

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development info

Project : Pollen Collection
Address : Nim Road, Singapore
Type : Landed Residential
# of Units : 132 units
Tenure : Leasehold 99yrs
Eligibility : Singaporeans Only
T.O.P Date : est TBA
Site Area : approx TBA
Developer : Bt Sembawang Ltd
Architect : W Architects
Unit Mix : Inter / Corner / Semi-D

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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).

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Developer for Pollen Collection

Bukit Sembawang Estates Ltd

From our humble beginnings as a leading rubber company in 1911, we have diversified into the development of landed property in the Fifties. In 1968, Bukit Sembawang was incorporated in Singapore as a public-listed company to focus on property development, investment and other property-related activities.

For over half a century, we have been building some of Singapore’s most well-known residential developments including 2,500 homes in Seletar Hills, over 1,000 houses in Sembawang Hills and more than 500 in other locations. As one of Singapore’s pioneers in residential property development, we have established a reputation as a trusted developer of fine quality homes with great value. It is through this unwavering commitment that we have won numerous Accolades and Awards through the years.

Our exacting standards have delivered not just houses but distinctive lifestyle homes where lives revolve memorably around. Homes that are characterized by thoughtful planning, outstanding design, fine detailing and quality finishing – often surpassing the expectations of discerning home-buyers.

We pride ourselves on the fact that thousands of families now call our developments – Home. And expect many more to do the same in the years to come. Our office is awarded the ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 certification for “Provision of Property Development and Management Services”. This is a testament to our promise of delivering the highest standards of quality and satisfaction to our customers. We value every customer, every family, and we shall remain dedicated to creating quality homes that property owners will love, cherish and appreciate – for generation after generation.

Architect for Pollen Collection

Mok Wei Wei

W Architects Pte Ltd, Singapore

Mok Wei Wei graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture (Honours) in 1982 from the National University of Singapore. He is presently Managing Director of W Architects Pte Ltd, a practice known for its innovative and contemporary architecture. Mok’s numerous architectural projects have received critical acclaim both locally and internationally. His works are featured in numerous regional and international publications. Lauded in the world’s list of Top 100 architects, W Architects was featured in the “10 x 10_2” publication by renowned international visual arts publisher Phaidon Press, which showcased 100 of the most exceptional architects in the world.

With award-winning projects such as The Loft Condominium at Nassim Hill, the Morley Road House, 33 Robin, Paterson Edge, it is no wonder that author and former Assistant Professor at the National University of Singapore, Robert Powell had referredto Mok as ‘one of Singapore’s foremost exponents of Contemporary Modernism’.

Mok’s innate understanding of local heritage and Chinese tradition fuses seamlessly with modern day urban sensibility. Tan Kay Ngee of Kay Ngee Tan Architects agrees, “I particularly like one of his houses (Morley Road House). Although expressed in a Modern vernacular, it has drawn sources from the traditional dwelling in Suzhou, China, cleverly fusing the internal and external spaces whilst introducing ventilation to the tropical domestic environment at the same time with one masterful gesture. Similarly, the simple forms for his house projects in Beijing are rich and full of subtle plays of the traditional and the new. If built, it will be the most refreshing Contemporary Chinese Architecture to be seen in Asia.”

Mok’s relentless pursuit to find better design solutions and meticulous studio studies had led him to pioneer many ground-breaking projects such as the Singapore National Museum, where he had combined the use of steel, glass and black pigmented concrete, to juxtapose a 120-year old Neo-Palladian and Renaissance style monument that was made from traditional bricks and concrete. The Glass Passage along the museum grounds is one of the world’s largest self-supporting glass structures. Along with the magnificent Glass Rotunda which stands at 16 metres high, this national monument, which re-opened in 2006, is definitely a spectacular building to marvel at and is a testimony to Mok’s ingenuity and innovation.

Despite his busy schedule, Mok is committed to the education of the young minds of Singapore. He has been a part-time tutor at the School of Architecture in National University of Singapore since 1992 and a member of the Advisory Committee in the Temasek Polytechnic School of Design from 1999 to 2003. He was a member of the Scholarship Recommendation Committee of The New Media Arts Fund, National Arts Council from 2001 to 2006 and currently sits on the Urban Redevelopment Authority Scholarship Committee.

Through the course of 25 years, Mok has managed to develop and inject his highly regarded practice with a fresh identity and guide the next generation of young architects. His influence as a role model extends to peers and students. His design studios prove to be highly popular at the National University of Singapore.

Mok’s work was also exhibited in the Singapore Pavilion at the Venice Architectural Biennale in 2005 with an exhibition titled ‘Second Nature’. In 2006, he was invited to exhibit in the prestigious Aedes Gallery in Berlin, which is Europe’s first private architectural gallery that showcases about 20 exhibitions annually.

Mok is actively involved in the Arts scene in Singapore. He was a Board Member of The Substation, an alternative arts group, from1995 to 2004. He was awarded the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Singapore Foundation Arts Award in 1996. He is currently on the 2006/2007 Venice Art Biennale Advisory Panel at the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts.

To further attest to his outstanding contributions to the Arts, Heritage and Design scene in Singapore, Mok was a Committee Member of the Singapore Heritage Society from 1995–2001, a Board Member of the Preservation of Monuments Board since 1999 and a Council Member of the Chinese Heritage Centre from 2005. He was also appointed as a Member of the Board of Architects, as well as a Member of the Urban Redevelopment Authority Board in 2006.

Advice for emerging designers:
“To have the wisdom to wait.”

Source: https://www.designsingapore.org/pda/award-recipients/2007/Mok-Wei-Wei

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