We are recognised for our sterling portfolio of award-winning residential developments and investment-grade commercial properties.

Keppel Land is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Corporation, a Singapore flagship multinational company, which provides solutions for sustainable urbanisation, focusing on energy & environment, urban development, connectivity and asset management.

Keppel Land delivers innovative and multi-faceted urban space solutions that enrich people and communities. Its sterling portfolio includes award-winning residential developments, investment-grade commercial properties and integrated townships. It is geographically diversified in Asia, with China, Singapore and Vietnam as its key markets, while it continues to scale up in other markets such as India and Indonesia.

Here, as across Asia, our thoughtful innovations have led to thoughtful experiences; to creating spaces with an added difference. It’s what we at Keppel Land call Thinking Unboxed.

It’s an approach that has helped us establish a portfolio of award-winning properties across Asia. In Singapore, we brought waterfront living to a whole new level with iconic residences at Keppel Bay and Marina Bay. We reshaped Singapore’s skyline and changed the face of business, with landmark developments such as Marina Bay Financial Centre and Ocean Financial Centre.

Here, as across Asia, our thoughtful innovations have led to thoughtful experiences; to creating spaces with an added difference. It’s what we at Keppel Land call Thinking Unboxed.

Thinking brought to life

Can buildings be more than plain boxes? Can they be homes that inspire, excite, or enrich us? Can they marry both form and function? Can they be designed to reflect the merging of the many facets of our lives? Can they work for both businesses and people?

We adopted thoughtful innovations and applied them to our many developments, from our commercial entities like Ocean Financial Centre, to our exquisite residences like Reflections at Keppel Bay and Marina Bay Residences.

Can buildings be more than plain boxes? Can they be homes that inspire, excite, or enrich us? Can they work for both businesses and people?

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