Affinity at Serangoon developer
Affinity at Serangoon new condo launch is developed by a joint-venture firm by Oxley Holdings Limited, SLB Development Ltd, KSH Holdings and Apricot Capital. To get the latest official information about the developers as well as book your units, please kindly contact us now.
Oxley Holdings Limited
Oxley is a homegrown property developer and is principally engaged in the business of property development and property investment, with an overseas presence across eight geographical markets. The Group has a diversified portfolio with property development projects in Singapore, the UK, Cambodia, Malaysia, Ireland, Indonesia and China and investment projects in Singapore, Cambodia, Malaysia and Japan. The Group also provides project management and consultancy services in Myanmar.
The Group’s property development portfolio includes quality residential, commercial and industrial projects incorporated with retail elements and lifestyle features and facilities and are located in choice areas that are easily accessible. In 2013, the Group expanded its property development portfolio into other countries through partnerships with reputable developers and business partners. Oxley’s balanced portfolio of investment properties comprises industrial, hospitality and commercial properties.
The Group also has investment in leading UK property developer, Galliard (Group) Limited that operates in four divisions – sales and marketing of homes, property construction, property developer, and homes letting services.
SLB Development Ltd
SLB Development Ltd is a diversified property developer that was "spun out" from the listed Lian Beng Group. In case you don't know, Lian Beng is one of the big local construction firms along side Chip Eng Seng, Koh Brothers and Lum Chang. "新" Lian Beng used to be part of the "developer" arm of Lian Beng but has since decided that the time is ripe for it to "step out" of its parent's shadows and moved vertically upwards to "developer" status - meaning to own the land bank and the units to be constructed and sold.
Post the listing, Lian Beng will continue to own 74% of SLB and the balance will be held by the public.
Apricot Capital is a seed stage investment firm based in Boston and Toronto. Apricot was founded in 2010 by partners Peter Wernau and Jennifer Lum; colleagues of many years interested in investing in smart entrepreneurs and sharing their combined financial and operational expertise. Apricot invests in early-stage technology companies in the US and Canada, some part in Asia.
KSH Holdings Limited
KSH Holdings Limited ("KSH" or the "Group") ("金成兴控股有限公司") is a well-established Construction, Property Development and Property Investment group that was incorporated in 1979 and has been listed on the Mainboard of the SGX-ST since February 8, 2007.
KSH is an A1-graded contractor under BCA CW01, with the ability to tender for Public Sector Construction projects of unlimited value, and is a main contractor for both the public and private sectors in Singapore. The Group also has an A2 grade under BCA's CW02 category for civil engineering, allowing KSH to tender for Public Sector projects for values of up to $85 million.
KSH has an established track record of handling construction projects across a broad spectrum of industries, and its projects have performed well in CONQUAS, a standard assessment system on the quality of building projects. KSH had won several BCA Construction Excellence Awards including that for Fullerton Bay Hotel and NUS University Town's Education Resource Centre in 2013 and Madison Residences in 2014, amongst others.
Through strategic alliances and joint ventures, KSH's property development and investment presence spans across various real estate sectors including residential, commercial, hospitality, and mixed-use developments. Apart from having successfully executed residential and mixed-use development projects in Singapore and the People's Republic of China ("PRC"), it has jointly acquired properties in other geographies including the United Kingdom, Australia, Malaysia and Japan. It will continue to explore opportunities in new geographies with favourable real estate cycles with a focus on Southeast Asia.
On the Property Investment front, the Group invests in yield-accretive assets that generate a sustainable stream of income with potential capital gains. Its investments include strata units in a 30-storey Grade A office development, Prudential Tower in Raffles Place, and a 36-storey retail and office complex, Tianxing Riverfront Square, in the heart of the business district of Tianjin, PRC.
The Group seeks to continue broadening its businesses and projects, and exploring opportunities in new markets while striving towards sustainable growth to enhance shareholder value.