About UIC Building at 5 Shenton Way
Walking into 5 Shenton Way, clients will see the UIC Building – a skyscraper in the city-state of Singapore. The former UIC Building dominated the city skyline as the tallest building in Singapore for many years since its completion in 1973. It was part of an essential collection of towers along the Shenton Way, in the heart of Singapore’s Central business district.
According to the project, two towers “grow” from a single plinth. The length of an office skyscraper is 123m (23 floors), and a residential one is 237m (53 storeys). The basic shape of the hexagon is used to create patterns that increase the performance of facades with corners and shaded devices that respond to the climate conditions of Singapore.
The sky lobby and sky garden are an integral part of the “V on Shenton” and provide a 360-degree view of Singapore. The most extensive and diverse of the three sky gardens cover the entire 8th floor of the development. Here, residents can take full advantage of all the amenities while maintaining privacy to educate or entertain guests.
Sky gardens are an integral part of the development of a sustainable lifestyle “V on Shenton”. These lush green spaces provide shelter from the city’s climate and vegetation, naturally providing fresher air. The location is situated alongside Marina Boulevard, International Plaza and Marina Bay Link Mall.