Singapore projects recognised at CTBUH Awards 2015 | Singapore Informer

Jun 23, 2015

Property giant CapitaLand has achieved international recognition for two of its Singapore developments at the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Awards 2015.

CTBUH is a Chicago-based association, widely recognised as the authority on tall buildings around the world.

CapitaGreen, a new Grade A premium office building in the central business district was awarded the CTBUH 2015 Best Tall Building Award for Asia & Australasia Region. The 40-storey, 242-metre building was completed in December 2014.

Residential development d’Leedon in prime District 10 was a finalist in the Urban Habitat Award category. The iconic 99-year leasehold condo was completed in October last year and comprises 1,703 apartments and 12 semi-detached houses.

CapitaLand has won five CTBUH accolades since 2013.

Meanwhile, the HDB project Sky Terrace @ Dawson was a finalist in the Tall Building category. Located in Dawson Estate, the five-building complex is connected by skybridges while interconnected loft units allow for flexible living arrangements.

The awards were judged by a panel of global industry leaders. This year’s selection was the most competitive yet, with winners selected from a pool of 123 entries, up nearly 40 percent from 2014.

Image: Facade of d’Leedon. (Photo by CapitaLand)

Romesh Navaratnarajah, Singapore Editor at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories email

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