About Developers: Far East Civil Engineering & Sekisui House
Hillhaven Condo: Shaping the Future of Living with Far East Organization
One of Asia’s most substantial real estate groups, Far East Organization, is a Singapore-based construction company established in 1967. They have earned a significant presence in the realm of construction, design, engineering, property management, and wealth and asset management across diverse Asian countries.
Far East Organization’s legacy in the real estate sector of Singapore is underpinned by their commitment to innovation and excellence. They ardently conceive and execute each project, continually striving for new pinnacles of perfection and setting unprecedented industry benchmarks.
This relentless pursuit of delivering exceptional living spaces is fuelled by a team of seasoned professionals. Leveraging cutting-edge technology and strategic collaborations with industry frontrunners, the organization continues to devise innovative solutions that align with the evolving needs of the users.
Their portfolio of residential projects radiates the essence of their workmanship and commitment to their customers. Acclaimed developments like Cabana, Amber Sea, Altez, The Scotts Tower, The Reserve Residences, Alba, Alana, and Skyline @ Orchard Boulevard, all boast of strategic locations offering residents effortless access to a host of amenities, ensuring a comfortable lifestyle.
The exemplary quality of their development has earned Far East Organization a constellation of awards spanning various categories. These recognitions, both local and international, attest to the market’s reception of their projects. Some of their past accolades include:
- World Gold Winner 2018 – Oasia Hotel Downtown
- World Gold Winner 2020 for Residential (High-Rise)- The Scotts Tower
- World Gold Winner 2022 – Woods Square
- World Gold Winner 2016 – Discovery Walk on Orchard
- World Gold Winner 2012 Residential (High-Rise) -Hillvista
- World Gold Winner 2010 -The Central
The future residents of Hillhaven Condo can thus look forward to residing in a development that embodies the same commitment to excellence and innovation that has characterized Far East Organization’s illustrious legacy.
Hillhaven Condo: A Reflection of Sekisui House and Far East Organisation’s Excellence
Japan’s renowned residential property developer, Sekisui House, pairs with Far East Organisation to shape the future of Singapore’s residential landscape at Hillhaven Condo. With more than six decades of experience, Sekisui House has left an indelible mark in the residential sector globally, delivering over 2.6 million distinctive homes across Japan, U.K., Australia, China, U.S., and Singapore.
Their ethos, grounded in “love and humanity,” underpins their commitment to exceed industry standards, continually striving to create safe, comfortable homes. By drawing from their immense experience and adopting cutting-edge technology, they aim to provide projects that guarantee value for money while addressing their client’s evolving needs.
Joining forces with Far East Organisation, Sekisui House visualises the creation of a quality, vibrant residential development – Hillhaven Condo. This development is poised to be equipped with essential amenities and spacious layouts that cater to modern living demands.
One outstanding example of their collaborative work is the iconic One Holland Village Residences, located in District 10 of Singapore. This mixed-use development symbolises luxury and convenience. Nestled in the heart of Holland Village, it is a stone’s throw away from the Holland Village MRT and provides direct access to the Ayer Rajah Expressway. Apart from its strategic location, the development ensures all daily needs are met with ease, courtesy of its proximity to esteemed schools, shopping centres, and bustling Food & Market Centres.
Given their track record, future residents of Hillhaven Condo can anticipate a well-designed, high-quality living space that combines modernity with comfort, all while bearing the trusted stamp of Sekisui House and Far East Organisation.