People’s Park Complex was a game-changer. It was pivotal when Singapore’s architectural model turned from low-rise to high-rise. It began as a 6-storey shopping mall in 1970 before the 25-storey residential tower was added in 1973. It achieved instant acclaim as the tallest residential space in the country in that time.
Rolling back to the 1960s, the area was not just an overcrowded enclave. Housing was affordable but shophouses were run-down and living conditions poor for the mostly migrant worker population.
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Known as the Queen of Estates, Queenstown is Singapore's first satellite town. Queenstown pioneered many firsts: 1) First HDB flats 2) First point blocks 3) First community and social institutions –...
Singapore’s historic Chinatown is a bustling mix of old and new, filled with traditional shops and markets as well as cool stores and cafes. Pockets of history such as dingy alleys and raucous street...
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