Sim Lian Group Limited has been creating houses for families in Singapore for over 35 years earning an excellent history and award winning expertise in building.
Treasure-Crest-ECSim Lian Group is headed by a tactical and powerful direction team with a collective experience of over 15 decades in the business. The Group continues to grow from strength to strength and has seen many exciting periods of growth.
The strong standing of the firm is recognised in Singapore, having rated amongst the Top 100 Brands Brand Finance, by independent brand strategy and valuation consultancy in Singapore for five straight years from 2009 to 2013.
Evolving in tandem with market conditions over time, the Group remains committed to creating quality living and working spaces which make intelligent investments for the future of families, people and companies.

Sim lian is launching the new executive condo soon at Sengkang by name of Treasure Crest in 2016 and is expected to launch during June.

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Dubbed Merdeka PNB118, the 630m-tall tower is anticipated to become the tallest building in Southeast Asia when it’s finished by 2020 and in the nation.

In contrast, the 452m-tall twin towers, constructed during the management of former PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, was the world’s tallest building when it was ended in 1998.

In 2010, Dr Mahathir said he expected the Merdeka PNB118 tower would be constructed as he’d be unhappy to see it overshadow the Petronas Twin Towers, after he’s gone.

I want to keep the Twin Towers as the greatest buildings in Malaysia. At that instant, we do’t want than that. We should construct the 100-storey tower, but perhaps a bit after when I’m not about.”

Mr Najib responded that it’s not his aim to reduce the heritage of the former Prime Minister. That ’s a statement that is completely frivolous. What Tun Mahathir has done is commendable, what we should do is move on and to build on his success.”

Based on Y. Y. Lau, State Head of JLL Malaysia, the present office oversupply in Kuala Lumpur will worsen due to important property projects entering the marketplace in 2019.

Likewise, Malaysia’s central bank has increased worries about the present office glut, noting the huge projects in the capital increases the yearly average supply of office space to 4.9 million sq ft, compared to the historic average of 2.8 million sq feet per annum.

“In other states, this (office oversupply scenario) really precipitated an economic slowdown,” noted its Deputy Governor, Dr Sukhdave Singh, during a seminar organised by the Malaysian Economic Association.

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1501453Innovative technology and design are crucial in Singapore, as the property industry works to adopt green building practices, which are mostly driven by the solid regulatory framework.
Singapore’s position as one of Asia’s green building leaders, and the integration of green layouts and technologies by both the public and private sectors, is mainly credited to the government’s enactment of a solid regulatory framework and powerful market incentives, according to industry analysts.

“The green movement probably will grow more powerful because of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in addition to legislative pressure,” said Tan Yew Chin, Executive Vice-President for property services at Ascendas.

Incentives and “Strong government initiatives provide developers a platform on which to pursue and develop eco-friendly alternatives for buildings added Kevin Wong, Chief Executive at Keppel Land. And the upcoming executive condominium, Treasure Crest By Sim Lian

Mr. Wong also noted that the Singapore authorities takes a dynamic part in beginning academic research and development of green technologies, as well as encouraging and facilitating responsible sustainable development. Check out

The launching of the successful Green Mark rating system in 2005 was followed by the first Green Building Masterplan in 2006, which requires all new and major renovation projects for public buildings to be Green Mark certified.

The legislature has also developed a framework that ensures green building opportunities aren’t overlooked by private developments or new launch property.

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In order to achieve the Green Mark certification, most developers are now integrating greener features in new buildings.

Common practices include optimised orientation of a building to reduce solar heat gains, with lesser direct West-facing facades and architectural designs that maximise day -lighting.

Some projects feature extensive photovoltaic panels, while others use more eco-friendly stuff like “green concrete”, which consists of recycled concrete aggregates, copper slag and ground-granulated blast furnace slag.

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