Perennial, a company with a unique focus on both real estate and healthcare, has ties to not just Singapore but six other countries as well: China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and Ghana. Its real estate sector is centred around large-scale mixed-use developments with a portfolio that extends over 68 million sqft of gross floor area.
Its presence spans across 16 cities in China, with developments including the Chengdu East Highspeed Railway (HSR) Integrated Development, Tianjin South HSR International Healthcare and Business City, Xi’An North HSR Integrated Development, and Perennial Kunming South HSR International Healthcare and Business City.
In Singapore itself, Perennial has had its hands in a number of key developments including Capitol Singapore, AXA Tower, Chinatown Point, CHIJMES, 111 Somerset, and House of Tan Yeok Nee.
Some other notable developments they have worked on are Perennial Jihua Mall, Perennial Qingyang Mall and Beijing Tongzhou Integrated Development in China, The Light City in Penang, Malaysia and the Accra Integrated Development in Ghana.