Australian developer Lendlease is jumping on the co-working bandwagon and taking its employees along with it.
About 100 of its 550 staff here will be moving into a co-working space at OUE Downtown in the Central Business District, partially in preparation for similar zones at its own upcoming office towers at the Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ).
Co-working spaces are working environments shared by people employed by different companies. Continue reading
The Park Place Residences at Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ) will open for a preview tomorrow.
The 429-unit development will be the third condo project to hit the market this year, after The Clement Canopy in Clementi and Grandeur Park Residences in Tanah Merah.
Developer Lendlease yesterday said it is confident there will be a good take-up for the 99-year leasehold Paya Lebar project. Continue reading
To carve out a big chunk of Paya Lebar and transform it into a sustainable and modern urban space, while also respecting its deep historical and cultural ties, is quite the gargantuan task.
It is one that now rests on the shoulders of Mr Richard Paine, a 51-year-old Australian leading the Paya Lebar Quarter transformation project for developer Lendlease. Continue reading
Tantalising new details have been unveiled about the massive $3.2 billion mixed development that will transform the area right next to Paya Lebar MRT station.
The mega project, Paya Lebar Quarter, comprising office space, shops and private housing, will be spread across seven buildings on land the size of eight football fields. Continue reading