Singapore is presently among the most densely populated nations on the planet. Though land reclamation has fostered the island’s size through time, Singapore still faces substantial density challenges.
Vertical growth has for a while was shown to be an option for its efficient utilization of urban land. But, it has become evident that such growth could be further maximised via the introduction of large scale, holistic, mixed-use improvements offering round-the-clock programmes. In such advancements working, living and leisure activities are all catered for inside single plots, making sure maximum use of scarce land.
Found in the center of Singapore’s Central Business District, the prior UIC Building dominated the city skyline since Singapore’s tallest building for several years after its conclusion in 1973 and formed part of a significant group of towers situated along Shenton Way.
Recently the region has experienced a transformation and rejuvenation along with V on Shenton — the newest UIC construction — forms a part of the redevelopment found at www.vonshentoncondo.sg. The mixed-use programming of V on Shenton poses a exceptional situation in this region of the city.
Along with the residential and office programmes, the double tower construction houses a range of fully incorporated sky gardens that offer panoramic 360 degree views of Singapore and home many different amenities — like a fitness area, swimming pools plus a children’s play area, with lush green plant providing cleaner, fresher atmosphere. These regions offer spaces for shared communal activities, or to allow your occupants to entertain guests.
The ample and varied of the three skies gardens covers the whole 8th storey of their evolution. In both sky lobbies in the core of the home tower, residents have been granted even greater solitude, together with views of the town or the sea from the the 24th and the 34th flooring. On ground level, near the office tower lobby, a massive café creates the central assembly point for the general public places.