The fresh natural greenery on Singapore's Wall Street
V on Shenton harmonises habitat and nature into a magnificent column of light, space and greenery. Using its signature organic shapes and structures inspired by nature herself, the building cultivates the sense of a sculpture that has been crafted by artisan hands to deliver the most appealing qualities of next generation metropolitan living.
Nature's most efficient cell for strength, the hexagon shape dominates the design of V on Shenton. These organic geometric panels also weave texture and cohesion to the development, reflecting light and pocketing shade. As you move around the building, the effect is a structure that is alive and constantly changing.
A Collective and creative collaboration
When best can be better, that's when you know you have achieved something special. With the same vision, passion and foresight, architects have put together with their difference of unique language and expertise. The world renowned UNStudio in collaboration with well-established local architect, a61 to create this masterpiece.
The gold history of the past
Shenton Way proudly is known famously as Singapore's wall street, holds the financial and trading history of Singapore.
It was not until the 1960's that the first buildings appeared along Shenton Way. The first being the Conference Hall and Trade Union House (1965), later becoming the Singapore Conference Hall, and the ICB Building (1968) and Shing Kwan House which is now the SGX Centre.
In the 1970s, the significance to the area were also Robina House, Shenton House and of course, UIC Building. Standing at 152m tall, and 39 storeys high, UIC Building at fiVe Shenton Way was the tallest of the 'three sisters' on the south side of Shenton Way. Robina House and Shenton House make up the other two.
V on Shenton Factsheet
|Project||V On Shenton|
|Developer||UIC Investments (Properties) Pte Ltd|
|Location||5A Shenton Way|
|Tenure||99-year leasehold Wef 29 Nov 2011|
|Legal TOP||31 Dec 2017 (Targeting Q2 or Q3 2017 estimated)|
|Legal Completion||31 Dec 2020|
|No. Of Towers||1|
|No. Of Storeys||54 for Residential / 23 for Office|
|No. Of Units||510 Residential + Commercial Units|
|Site Area (approx)||6,778.06 m2 / 72,959 ft2|
|Total No. Of Car Park Lots||2 levels basement
588 Residential Car Park Lots
6 Handicap Lots
3 Power Charging Lots
|Ceiling Height||Floor to Ceiling: Typical Unit|
|Architect||World renowned UNStudio and established Architects 61|
V on Shenton Distribution Chart
V on Shenton Unit Mix
|Unit Type & Mix||Approximate Size (sqft)||No. Of Units|
|Studio||441 – 474||104 units|
|1-Bedroom||484 – 506||40 units|
|1+Study||689 – 743||72 units|
|2-Bedroom||883 – 1033||80 units|
|2+Study||1055 – 1216||104 units|
|3 Bedroom||1356 – 1765||104 units|
|Penthouse||3315 – 3918||2 units|
|Penthouse + Sky Terrace||5533 – 7255||4 units|