Dalvey Haus is jointly developed by KOP Properties and Low Keng Huat
KOP Properties is continually on a mission to fundamentally rethink and reinvent the places and ways in which we live. For the past decade, it has been building stellar properties on prime land. Apart from residential and commercial developments, the company’s diverse portfolio also includes hotels, resorts and yachts.
In Central Singapore, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, (Singapore, Cairnhill), was a development of many firsts — KOP’s first residential project, the first Ritz-Carlton serviced residence outside of North America, and a first of its kind in Asia. Hamilton Scotts was launched immediately after, as the world’s tallest ultra-luxury condominium with en-suite car porches. Venturing into hospitality, KOP then introduced the Montigo Resorts, an award-winning brand of top-tier seafront oases in Indonesia. There is also Wintastar, the upcoming integrated sports-entertainment-tourism ski resort in Shanghai.
Set to make waves in Singapore’s prime District 10, Dalvey Haus is a freehold residence near the Tanglin-Orchard enclave with its proximity to the Singapore Botanic Gardens and fashioned with impeccable interiors. Elegantly refined and designed for the discerning few, this coveted development is a hallmark of KOP’s taste for understated quality and luxury.
Low Keng Huat
Low Keng Huat (S) Limited (LKHS), a diversified group consisting of 33 subsidiaries and 12 associated companies, is involved in three core activities – property development, property investment and building construction.
Established in 1969 and listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange, LKHS contributed significantly to the shaping of Singapore’s breathtaking skyline. It is notable for its diverse portfolio, including People’s Park Complex, the first commercial housing project under the Urban Renewal Department of the Housing and Development Board’s Sale of Sites programme; the 52-storey OCBC Centre, once hailed as the tallest building in Singapore; Hard Rock Hotel & Convention Centre located inside Singapore’s first Integrated Resort in Sentosa; and the restoration of CHIJMES from a Catholic convent to an iconic commercial landmark of Singapore, which has been accorded the URA Architecture Heritage Award. Two of its residential developments also won the coveted FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Award – One North Residences and Duchess Residences.