If you are looking to buy a new house in the city and money is not an issue – then you should consider getting a brownstone home. It exudes that elegance and sophistication which is one of the best combinations for an urban dwelling. There are few types of homes that can match it. The Brownstone was popular as a building material back in the late 19th Century. Back then the quarries producing these stones were as busy as they could be. Rows upon rows of brownstone homes were constructed in urban places like Brooklyn. Quarrying for Brownstone- Quarrying for brownstone is relatively easy since the deposits where it is derived is near the surface. It is also a soft stone so working on it even in those days when there were no modern tools to aid in the quarrying was relatively easy, at least when compared with working on other stones at that time. The deposits of brownstone were created hundreds of million years ago when the continents were still joined together. The stone owes its reddish color to the high ferric oxide content. Brownstone EC Singapore – One city that has been identified with brownstone homes is New York, where a lot of these types of houses were constructed.
Canberra EC is a new lifestyle mall, located opposite Canberra MRT. With a spacious 11,000sqm of gross floor area, Canberra Plaza will provide a supermarket, food court, restaurants, clinics, enrichment centers, and shops, bringing convenience to residents.
It offers a 24 hour access thoroughfare to the precinct green and facilities. A wide variety of social and community spaces are located on the landscaped decks, giving residents a choice of recreational facilities. Canberra Drive. Developed by very reputable developers City Development Ltd and TID International
The Brownstone EC is proudly developed by Canvey Development Pte. Ltd, a joint venture between City Development Ltd., and TID International. The Brownstone EC is the first executive condominium built using the Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC).
Since its inception in 1963, City Developments Limited (CDL) has been Singapore’s property pioneer. With an extensive network of more than 400 subsidiaries and associated companies under its wings, CDL has five companies listed on notable stock exchanges in New Zealand, Hong Kong, London and Philippines.
CDL holds an impressive track record of having developed over 36,000 luxurious and quality homes across diverse market segments. As one of Singapore’s biggest landlords, it owns close to 7.2 million square feet of floor/lettable area of office, industrial, retail, residential and hotel space locally and globally. As a socially responsible corporation, CDL is fully committed towards environmental sustainability and has been taking the lead in shaping Singapore’s built environment since the 1990s.
Established in 1972, TID Pte. Ltd. is a joint venture between two multinational corporations: Hong Leong Group from Singapore, and Mitsui Fudosan Co. Ltd from Japan.
Hong Leong Group Singapore is a globally diversified company and is one of Asia’s largest and most successful conglomerates. The Group’s core business are property development, hospitality, financial services, and trade & industry.
Mitsui Fudosan Co. Ltd is one of Japan’s largest real estate and a market leader in almost every aspect of real estate activities.
TID Pte. Ltd. is led by a strong Japanese management team, and has been very active in property development in Singapore for the past 40 years.
Its portfolio of successful quality projects include Optima@Tanah Merah, and Nathan suites.
CDL is pioneering the use of Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC), an innovative new technology in The Brownstone EC.
The use of PPVC for the Brownstone EC is the first of its kind in Asia, and likely to be the world’s largest application for a large-scale residential development.
Enjoy extraordinary construction for your home, with the advanced technology of PPVC.
Our high quality is maintained through stringent quality control as components are fabricated in factory conditions off site and assemebled onsite.
More than 40% increase in productivity as compared to conventional construction methods, for a shorter construction time.
Enhanced worksite safety and increase in worksite cleanliness because most of the building is done in factories rather than onsite.