As a developer of boutique residential buildings, Heeton enjoys a reputation for its distinctive and high quality properties in the choicest districts of some of the world’s major cities including Singapore, London and Bangkok, collaborating with some of the world’s best creatives and brand names.
Completed residential projects include: the DLV at Dalvey Road, The Element@Stevens Road, detached residences on Holland Road and the Lumos at Leonie Hill, all located in Singapore; Dalvey Click Denim and Haus 23 condominiums in Bangkok, Thailand; and The Britton and the Earlington boutique apartments in London UK.
Heeton’s commercial real estate portfolio includes shopping malls, serviced offices and hotels. The company’s first major venture into the non-residential sector was Tampines Mart in 1992, a neigbourhood market centre in Singapore that became the standard for community-based developments. Since then, in addition to venturing into retail and leasing, the company has also embarked on serviced office operations, Venue-for-hire services, as well as hotels.
1996 saw the launch of Woodgrove, Heeton’s first substantial mixed development with specialty shops and community related amenities; and Sun Plaza, a joint venture state of the art mega-mall development. Heeton’s expansion into international territory has seen the same multi-faceted entrepreneurship in overseas projects, including the Sapporo development in 2016 which embraces hotel, retail and residences, and the Leeds project in UK, a 2 acre mixed-use site in the country’s third largest city, where plans for six high profile buildings have been heavily endorsed by Leeds City Council as an important part of the City’s regeneration programme.