The executive chairman of Oxley Holdings, Ching Chiat Kwong began as a niche developer popularizing micro apartments before bringing the concept to mixed-use, industrial and commercial projects. However, from late 2013, Oxley began venturing overseas where it bought and jointly developed mixed-use projects with its partners in Batam, London, Phnom Penh, Kuala Lumpur, Myanmar and Dublin.
This company intends to launch more overseas projects. For instance, it plans to launch SO Sofitel Residences, a 590 unit, after the Chinese New Year at Oxley Towers in Kuala Lumpur City Centre. The project comprises of an office tower with 28 storeys, 2 hotel towers that include residences and a retail podium linking the 3 towers.
In its Singapore developments, they obtained Temporary Occupation Permit for Oxley Towers in December 2016. It has already sold all except 3 of the strata office floors which it intends to occupy in the first half of 2017 as it moves from the current offices at Singapore Land Tower.
They will complete various projects in Singapore in 2017. These include Ibis and Novotel that are located on Stevens Road, there is also the KAP & KAP Residences located in King Albert Park, which is a mixed-use development on freehold that has 7 storeys comprising of 142 residential units and 107 commercial units.
Another development is The Flow @ East Coast which is a 56 unit commercial development located on East Coast Road that contains medical suites, retail and F&B. There is also The Rise at Oxley Residences, a 120-unit on Oxley Road. FloraView and FloraVista located in Ang Mo Kio is a mixed-use development with Flora View having 90 residential units and Flora Vista having 28 commercial units. Floraville is a residential development located on Cactus Road comprising of 4 storeys and 45 units.
NEWest, another one of Oxley’s mixed use development attained its TOP in 2016 and it is fully sold. It comprises of 136 residential units and 141 strata commercial units.
The developer is yet to sell the 20 available units at The Rise @ Oxley; which it plans to take to Hong Kong in February.