The Hillier is a residential/commercial development comprising one block of 13 storeys and one block of 25 storeys residential development, with commercial development at 1st & 2nd storey, 5 storeys multi-storey car parks, swimming pool & ancillary facilities.
The residential development consists of two towers nesting on a water and leafy canopy landscape plateau. Aesthetically balanced with a myriad of materiality that echoes the hardworking ethos of the industrialization age, the development oozes a confident rework on the sweat shops and production floors, evolving the plans onto canvas of opportunities to suit each occupier. The SOHO and suites loft spaces enable pioneering individuals to construct within them highly personalized environments in opposition to more traditional living spaces, thus catering very much to the injection of a new generation of transurban population that sees a harmonious integration of work/live/play spectrum as living the life.
Three connected cascading levels of amenities, each a distinct zone, enjoins the residential towers. The Business centre is designed to synergise the realms of business, wining and dining, and retreat — a lifestyle resort of pavilions, pods and plunge pools to conduct the modern work style. The Energy centre is an active zone for body workouts, mental battles, and revisits to one’s carefree childhood. The Oasis offers under-the-stars free form leisure gardens to revitalise the senses.
AT A GLANCE
Gross Floor Area
Far East Organization
BCA Construction Excellence Awards – Merit (Residential)
SILA Singapore Landscape Architecture Awards – Merit (Commercial Building)
NParks LEAF (Landscape Excellence Assessment Framework) – Certified
International Property Awards Asia Pacific – Winner in Mixed-use Development Singapore
FIABCI Singapore Property Awards – Best Purpose Built (Residential)
The Hillier channels post-modern industrial chic with an exciting selection of retail and F&B offerings and loft-style apartments for a quintessential New York and London SOHO lifestyle. Photo Credit: Patrick Bingham-Hall