CDL belongs to Hong Leong Group Singapore.
CDL has built over 48,000 homes and owns approximately 23 million square feet of gross floor area in residential, commercial, and hospitality assets worldwide. As part of its global land bank, it has 3.3 million square feet of land under management.
Aside from bringing architectural masterpieces to Singapore’s skylines, CDL has contributed to the greening of Singapore’s built environment with several award-winning green buildings. Throughout the last two decades, CDL has adhered to its principle of conserving resources as we construct, investing heavily in innovations that have helped to improve resource efficiency and productivity.
In recognition of CDL’s outstanding green buildings, the company has consistently received new awards. For nine consecutive years, CDL has received the Quality Excellence Award – Quality Champion (Platinum) at the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) Awards 2021. It recognizes leading developers and builders for their commitment to quality assurance programs and workmanship excellence in delivering high quality homes.
CDL’s Chongqing Eling Palace won China’s first Green Mark Platinum Award, adding to its overseas achievements.
Since 2002, CDL has been listed on three of the most sustainable benchmarks in the world – Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (since 2011), Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World (since 2010), and FTSE4Good Index Series (since 2002). A Singapore-based company, City Developments Limited (CDL), has been named one of the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World for the longest time.
Locally, some of the most iconic properties which the developer has built include Irwell Hill, Canninghill Piers, Piccadilly Grand and a recent 100% sold executive condo, Copen Grand.