Located along Bedok South Avenue 3, eCO is a development that was part of URA’s Land Sales scheme. Developed jointly by a partnership consisting Far East Organization, Frasers Centre point and Seikisu House, the development covers an area of 28,644sqm and offers 748 living units with 5 residential lifestyle typologies within a singular condominium development. The notion of ‘choice’ thus presents itself in a future where a variety of needs have to be addressed in a singular development. The prestige of the Townhouse, comfort of the Condo and Lofts, the exclusiveness of the Suites and Entrepreneurship of the SOHO units come together in the eCO, strengthening communal relationships, while also meeting the lifestyle choices of each individual.
eCO has several unique site features including a 12m high slope that cuts across the centre of the site and 18 conserved trees that must be maintained as part of the Sales Conditions entree the townhouses line the site in an East-West orientation, and thereby commanding sweeping views of the “forest” below, the rest of the towers are orientated in the North-South direction with extensive pool facilities.
The project was launched for sale on 18 September 2012, 12 hours after the strata application was approved. The Sales Office and six numbers of show units were built in tandem with the rest of the Main Building submission and they are available for viewing now. The project is also one of the largest residential developments that were audited by URA following the Developer’s Act (Amendment)-2012.
DP Engineer’s scope of work in this project was to provide both Civil and Structural (C&S) and Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) Consultancy Services to the client. The development was designed to be cost-effective, environmentally sustainable and fulfil statutory requirements. With these design strategies, the project was awarded with Green Mark Gold Plus by BCA.