Developer

Developed By:

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Ho Bee Land Limited

Ho Bee Land Limited is a real estate organization established in year 1987 and were listed on the Singapore Exchange Mainboard in 1999.

Ho Bee Group has a global portfolios that span across countries such as China, Australia, United Kingdom and many parts of Europe. Its diversified portfolio covers several premium residential, commercial, retail and high-technology industrial developments since its inception.

Locally, Ho Bee Group is widely recognized as one of the leading developer of luxury premium homes in the exclusive private residential enclave of Sentosa Cove.

Other standout developments in Singapore comprises of The Metropolis at one-north district, the largest Grade-A office development outside the Central Business District(CBD) and Elementum, a cutting edge biomedical sciences tower that is slated to be completed by end-2023.

In UK London, the Group has a portfolio of eight investment developments, notably The Scalpel, 1 St Martin’s Le Grand and Ropemaker Place.

With its excellent core values and strong passion, Ho Bee is dedicated towards delivering quality premium homes and buildings for its stakeholders and upholding a high corporate social responsibility to a sustainable built environment.

Track Records

Our notable Ho Bee Land developments include Seascape, The Orange Grove, Orange Grove Residences, Turquoise, Cove Island, Trilight, Parvis, Paradise Island, Quinterra, The Berth by the Cove and Dakota Residences among many more.

Dakota Residences
Dakota Residences
Coral Island
Coral Island
Metropolis
Metropolis
Seascape
Seascape
Turquoise
Turquoise
Orange Grove Residences
Orange Grove Residences

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