Tenet EC by Qingjian Realty
If you are looking for a new place to call home, consider a Qingjian Realty. This company was founded over a decade ago, in 2008. It has a long list of innovations, including a smart home living concept. In 2015, the company introduced the Smart Estate Management System, and in 2017 and 2018, it launched the CoSpace concept, which allows buyers to customize the layout of their units. In addition to the Smart Estate Management System, Qingjian has a dedicated team of experts who can guide you in buying the best apartment for your needs. Tenet EC is by the developer Qingjian Realty. The brochure for their latest development at Tenet EC can be found here.
For over twenty years, the property development arm of Qingjian Group has been making a name for itself in Singapore and Southeast Asia. With its focus on residential, commercial, and industrial property development, Qingjian Realty has consistently earned recognition for its groundbreaking innovations in the design of homes. In fact, the company introduced the CoSpaceTM concept in Visionaire Residences, the first EC in Singapore with smart homes. In addition to its numerous awards, the company has been named as one of the top ten developers in BCI Asia. The company has also won various regional property awards and is widely recognised for the quality of homes it offers in Singapore.
The Qingjian Group’s extensive experience in the development of residential property has been rewarded with numerous accolades, including state-level technology centre in Shandong province. The company has also completed several prestigious projects including the Olympic Sailing Centre, Qingdao Municipal Government Building, and the Qingdao International Conference Centre. With its exemplary track record, Qingjian offers exceptional value to its customers.
The company also has a solid reputation in Singapore, with its recent developments The Verdale and Arden – two high-rise projects in the West Coast Vale. At the end of the year, the twin-vertical VEW at West Coast Vale is expected to complete, and Forett @ Bukit Timah has already sold 36% of its units. It is one of the few developers in Singapore with an exceptional track record in the real estate development industry, with many projects being delivered on time and on budget.
Qingdao-based CNQC International has also expressed interest in developing redevelopment projects in Hong Kong. CNQC International, which controls the top ten Singapore developer Qingjian Group, revealed in August that the group planned to have four Hong Kong redevelopment projects completed by the end of the year. The company recently purchased 18 Tung Yuen Street from Hong Kong steel maker Shiu Wing Steel for HK$530 million.