Amoy / Telok Ayer Area
89 Amoy Street (Sold)
This historic 3-storey conservation shophouse lies in the heart of Amoy Street, within walking distance of Telok Ayer MRT station. In its vicinity is a mix of cafes, restaurants, cocktail bars and gyms.
6 Mosque Street
This exquisite 2.5 storey conservation shophouse, situated minutes from Chinatown MRT and Telok Ayer MRT stations, sits at the heart of historic Chinatown and is one of the few remaining First Transitional style shophouses along Mosque Street.
198 South Bridge Road (Sold)
Located at the key cross intersection of Chinatown, 198 South Bridge Road housed Weng Cheong Co Pte Ltd, an established jeweller with nearly 100 years of history, known for their diamond, jade and gold jewellery.
26, 28 Temple Street
Nestled in the historic district of Chinatown, this pair of unique adjoining shophouses on Temple Street enjoys close proximity to Chinatown MRT. In the early 1900s, 28 Temple Street was once a common gaming house and its owner, Chui Kong, assisted in carrying out a Chap Ji Kee lottery.
62 Pagoda Street (Sold)
Recently renovated to combine the charm of a historic shophouse with the feel of a modern office, this majestic shophouse in bustling Chinatown was once occupied by Guang Xing Xiang Tailor Shop in the 1930s.
Duxton Hill Area
70, 71, 72 Duxton Road
This charming adjoining trio of 3.5-storey shophouses situated near the bustling intersection of Duxton Road and Craig Road enjoys triple frontage.
38, 39 Craig Road
This unique pair of 3-storey conservation shophouses lie in the heart of Craig Road, which links Neil Road to Tanjong Pagar Road. With a distinct forecourt and intricate “Chinese Baroque” architectural design, the shophouses also have unblocked views of the Pinnacle at Duxton park area.
Tanjong Pagar Area
33, 35, 37 Tras Street
This prominent trio of amalgamated shophouses stands at the corner of Tras Street, next to Maxwell House and the newly opened Six Senses Maxwell. Just a stone’s throw away from the current Tanjong Pagar and upcoming Maxwell MRT Stations, the shophouses enjoy a steady flow of foot traffic.
25, 27 Tanjong Pagar Road
This pair of four and a half-storey conservation shophouses sits amidst a row of 15-unit 4-storey prewar Art Deco shophouses, flanked by Murray Street and Cook Street and near the upcoming Maxwell MRT and existing Tanjong Pagar MRT stations. The block is adjoined with the 14-unit 3-storey Murray Terrace at the back, which once housed Murray Street Food Alley.
67 Tanjong Pagar Road
This elegantly conserved property in the vibrant Tanjong Pagar area was once occupied by Chop Wing Joo and Chop Wing Foh pawnbroker shops.
^Ann Siang / Club Street Area
64 Club Street (Sold)
Designated as Singapore’s 44th historic site by the National Heritage Board in 2000, this prime sprawling shophouse used to serve as a communal house for Baweanese immigrants in the 1930s.
9 Ann Siang Road (Sold)
Elegantly restored, this traditional shophouse located on the tallest geographic point in Chinatown, was built in the 1900s and was once owned by Chia Ann Siang, a wealthy Malacca-born Hokkien Chinese sawmiller.
^Boat Quay Area
52 Boat Quay (Sold)
Tastefully restored, this rare 6-storey CBD shophouse located in the heart of bustling Boat Quay stands out amongst its neighbours along the Singapore River, lined with an eclectic mix of premium restaurants, alfresco dining and lively bars.