Launch of icFox Singapore, a joint venture internet hub that provides business-enabling solutions for the construction industry. icFox is a joint venture between pFission, Davis Langdon & Seah Group, BruVest Limited, BuildVest (Holdings) Pte Ltd and icFox International.




Divestment of three properties – Thomson Plaza, 11 Beach Road and 79 Anson Road – by CapitaLand Commercial, in line with its strategy to divest fringe assets.


Acquisition of 11 floors of office space in Shinjuku Square Tower, Tokyo, by CapitaLand Commercial.


Secured contract, by The Ascott, to manage the 135-unit Somerset Elizabeth in Melbourne’s central business district.




Divestment of Orchard Point, a four-storey retail podium for S$91 million by The Ascott.


Secured contract, by The Ascott, to manage a 94-unit apartment project in Bencoolen Street in Singapore. The property is located in an area earmarked to be an international entertainment hub.




Assignment of retail property management contracts for S$8.5 million by The Ascott, in line with its strategy to focus on its core serviced residence business.


Official opening of CapitaLand Tokyo office, solidifying strategy to grow through “gateway” cities.


Launch of Ubi Techpark, a prime industrial complex in the Paya Lebar sub-regional centre, by CapitaLand Commercial.


Relaunch of The Floravale and Woodsvale with innovative Financial Investment Package.


Meeting of the CapitaLand International Advisory Panel (IAP) to discuss the business strategies and plans of the Group after the merger (pictured above).




Launch of Capital Tower, the flagship and HQ for CapitaLand, as the “newest landmark in Singapore”. Officiated by Minister for National Development, Mr Mah Bow Tan (pictured above).


Won the prestigious Building and Construction Authority’s “Best Buildable Design Award” (Commercial and Office Buildings), for Capital Tower.


Clinched inaugural Garden City Award by National Parks for Hillbrooks and certificates of merit for Pinevale and Woodsvale.


Won Building and Construction Authority’s inaugural Best Buildable Design Award (Open Category, Residential) for Woodsvale.




Divestment of 55% stake in Raffles City (Private) Limited by Raffles Holdings for S$984.5 million.


Completion of the acquisition of Swissotel Holding AG by Raffles Holdings, significantly increasing its global presence.


Sale of 40% interest in Little India Arcade Pte Ltd by CapitaLand Commercial, in line with its strategy to divest non-core investments.


Official launch of CapitaLand China Holdings Group in Shanghai.


Official launch of Manhattan Heights, a luxury condominium in Shanghai, by CapitaLand China (pictured below).


Launch of SunGlade condominium by CapitaLand Residential, which went on to become the top-selling home, in terms of units sold, in Singapore during the second quarter.


Completion of Singapore’s first internationally rated securitisation programme, a S$200 million progress payment securities Fixed Rate Bond issue, by CapitaLand Residential.


Won four awards at the 38th Annual World Congress of the International Federation of Landscape Architects, officiated by Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong. Temasek Tower and The Floravale came out tops in the Commercial and Residential categories respectively, while Cuppage Mall/H2O Zone received a merit award in the prestigious SILA Professional Awards Competition 2001. Temasek Tower also won a merit award in the Garden City Awards 2001.


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