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(Sizes subject to change)
** Special Provisions :
Centralised chilled water air-conditioning to the individual fan coil unit of all office units.
A/C ledge given to every office unit. Owners may install their own air cooled split aircon at their own costs to have air conditioning beyong normal operation hours of the central A/C system.
√ Toilet: All office units come with one toilet cum shower.
√ Hot/Cold Water: All toilets will have provision for this feature.
√ Glass panel: 3.6m low-e double-glazed glass enclosure provided for all office units.
√ Double-volume ceiling: 4.5m high floor to ceiling height with NO EXTRA CHARGE for void space.
Centrium Square Developer: Tong Eng Group
Tong Eng Group is formed by two brothers, Teo Thye Chor and Thye Hong, from Fujian, China. They set up shop in Singapore in the 1940s under their founded company Tong Eng Brothers Pte Ltd trading electrolytic tinplates for the manufacture of can and bottle cap. Their business grew tremendously to make them become an important steel trader in the region.
In the following decade, their vision led them into developing properties. A 5.5 acre industrial estate in Paya Lebar and Little Road was developed by the Tong Eng Brothers. Many sites were also sold to major oil refining firms Mobil, Shell and Esso and thus earning the brothers tidy sums.
In the next ensuing decade, a great number of apartments and landed houses were constructed in Changi Grove and Tong Eng Heights (called Changi Heights now) for rental to British Armed Forces. Over a hundred acres of land were owned and developed by the company comprising retail, office, apartments and landed houses.
Today, a tall and gleaming office of 26 storeys high in Cecil Street, known as the Tong Eng Building, belongs to the group. With clear foresight, the company continues to forge ahead and develop many residential and commercial new launches in the Singapore property market.