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Pollen Collection developer Bukit Sembawang Estates Limited is a renowned local developer firm that has been in operation since 1911. Starting off as one of the pioneer in Singapore’s rubber industry, Bukit Sembawang then went on to diversify into redevelopment of landed properties during the 1950s.

Then in 1967, the local group went public and was listed in the SGX with their core business being real estate development, property investment and other real estate related businesses. Since then, Bukit Sembawang has earned a plethora of accolades and awards such as the BCA Green Mark Gold Plus, BCA Awards, International Architecture Awards, BCA Construction Excellence Awards and New York Design Awards among many others.

For more than 50 years, they have successfully delivered more than 1800 luxurious condominium in Singapore’s Core Central Region and over 4500 landed properties located largely in the Seletar and Sembawang precinct.

Prior to Pollen Collection, their past developments include condominiums in Orchard such as The Vermont on Cairnhill, Paterson Suites and 8 Saint Thomas @ Orchard. Also, their notable landed home projects include Nim Collection, Luxus Hills and Watercove @ Sembawang. It is worthy to note that they have successfully completed a collectively sale in the former Katong Towers and is going to be redeveloped into the  Liv @ MB former Katong Park Towers.

With an impeccable past records in real estate development, home owners of Pollen Collection Singapore can expect exceptional quality in this amazing location where nature awaits.

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Track Records

8 Saint Thomas
Luxus Hill
Skyline Residences
Vermont on Cairnhill
Paterson Suites

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