Far East Organization, together with Sekisui House and Sino Group, has created aspirational living in Singapore’s stylish Holland Village neighbourhood that benefits and recognizes the diversity of home dwellers.
Established in 1960, Far East Organization has earned a strong reputation for creating effective spaces and thoughtfully designed properties that improves the lives of their customers and users of their properties. Their dedication and achievements have been recognized through the various international and national accolades received across multiple categories.
Committed to inspire better lives, Far East Organization’s latest development, One Holland Village Residences, is an exemplary example of beautifully curated homes nestled in the unique neighbourhood of Holland Village characterised by quaint shophouses and streetscapes, eclectic charm and a laidback ambience. Throughout One Holland Village Residences, spaces and uses are carefully designed with lots of generosities – lots of spaces, fresh air, greenery, natural light and convivial common areas. It is this attribute, along with the incorporation of luxury design, that resulted in the company winning in the category of Best Luxury Real Estate in Singapore by the distinguished Luxury Lifestyle Awards panel.
The ultimate pad for the modern family, One Holland Village Residences is within easy reach of Holland Village MRT Station, local schools, business district, as well as the well-known shopping and entertainment district of Orchard Road. In the immediate vicinity of the development, Holland Village is a treasure trove of al fresco cafes and restaurants as well as popular lifestyle outlets. The neighbourhood has also earned a reputation for being a creative commune.
One Holland Village Residences, comprising 296 exclusive residences in three distinct offerings, is conceived as part of a mixed-use product. When completed in end 2024, the development will have a good diverse mix of uses – private residences, serviced residences, retail, office and community spaces.
Housed within 2 towers and 1 low-rise block, these thoughtfully fitted residential units are designed with spaces that open to nature. The 34-storey Sereen tower consists of one- to three-bedroom apartments with bright and airy interiors that can be transformed into flexible areas. Topping the Quincy tower in the uppermost 8 levels is the exclusive Quincy Private Residences offering a vantage point like no other. The towers offer magnificent views of the neighbourhood and good class bungalows surrounding the development. The low-rise limited-edition residences at Leven consists of 21 two-bedroom apartments. The ground floor units at Leven extend to the lawn, while Levels 2 and 3 have balconies and roof terraces respectively.
One Holland Village Residences is carefully and conscientiously put together for residents to gather at the open-to-sky BBQ pavilions with spa pools or workout at the 50m lap pool, outdoor fitness decks or rooftop tennis court.
With an ever-increasing diversity in modern family requirements, it is often hard for property developers to balance adaptability and versatility with luxury design, but the teams at Far East Organization, Sekisui House, and Sino Group have embraced this challenge, and the result is a welcoming home that is likely to be the next ‘must have’ address in Singapore.