About The Tre Ver Condominium
The Tre Ver condo is developed by Singapore based UVD Projects Private Company Limited which was founded in 2016. They offer real estate development services and operate as a joint venture company between United Industrial Cooperation Limited and UOL Group Limited.
The current tenure of the Tre Ver Land is 99 years beginning in March 2018 with an estimated temporary occupation on August 2022 when it is expected to be vacant and ready for residence. There is a total of 729 units with 3 tower blocks of 20 storeys and 2 tower blocks of 19 storeys. There are also 4 garden blocks of 7 storeys, 2 storey car carparks and a basement car park. The buildings are green, community driven and humanistic.
The Tre Ver Actual Site
Address: Blk 60, 62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74 and 76 Potong Pasir Ave 1.
The Trees River home was located in District 13 at Block 60, 62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74 and 76 Potong Pasir Avenue 1, formerly known as Raintree Gardens, Singapore.
A little history about the area of Potong Pasir which was dominated by sand quarries from 1910 to 1937 giving it the name which translates to cut sand. The Kallang River which is close by used to be connected to four ponds which were later reduced to two because of the excessive flooding. It used to be a great source of food which was later abandoned because of pollution.
Before this, Potong Pasir used to be one of the vital vegetable growing areas in Singapore in the 1950s and even farther down, in the 1830s when Cantonese farmers used traditional methods to grow the land with high success rates.
The houses that used to be in this area were for farmers who lived in attap houses with zinc roofs and somewhat concrete houses. Due to the family farming business, most families could not afford more expensive housing and most farmers leased land from the government. This area has now evolved into what currently hosts the Potong Pasir Housing Estate.
The Tre Ver condo - is developed by renowned architects – WOHA who are well known for sustainable design and living thereby guaranteeing the highest standards and sustainability. The entire site area is 201,405 square feet with a gross floor area of 563,934 square feet.
WOHA’s built projects –throughout Southeast Asia, China, and Australia –range from apartment towers to luxury resorts, mass-transit stations, condominiums, hotels, educational institutions, and public buildings. They have won an unprecedented amount of architectural awards for a Southeast Asian practice: from an Aga Khan Award in 2007 for 1 Moulmein Rise apartment building, to the RIBA Lubetkin award for The Met Bangkok in 2011, to their World Architecture Festival award winners in such diverse categories as education -School of the Arts, holiday -the Alila Villas Uluwatu resort, and transport -the Bras Basah MRT station. Their Platinum Green Mark-rated PARKROYAL on Pickering hotel, since opening in 2013, has become one of Singapore’s most iconic buildings, receiving the 2015 Urban Habitat Award from the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, the 2014 Design for Asia Award Grand Award and the 2013 World Architecture News Hotel of the Year Award. [Read More]