Sim Lian Group began in 1976 as Sim Lian Construction, a building and construction firm with extensive capabilities and expertise in construction.
In 2001, in response to changing market conditions in Singapore, the Group embarked on property development with the formation of Sim Lian Land.
Sim Lian Group has since added property investment and other supporting divisions to its business. It is now recognised as a comprehensive property player with an extensive portfolio of residential, commercial, industrial, retail and mixed-use projects in the region.
1976 Founding of Sim Lian Construction
2000 Sim Lian Group listed on the Singapore Exchange
2001 Sim Lian Land formed, marking the company’s foray into property development
2006 Sim Lian Group becomes the first private developer in Singapore to embark on the pilot HDB’s Design, Build & Sell Scheme (DBSS), The Premiere @ Tampines
2010 Sim Lian Group launched its first Malaysian property, Taman Bukit Bayu, a landed home project in Senai, Iskandar Malaysia
2011 Sim Lian launched KL Trillion, its first integrated development in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Prime office units were released for sale
2011 Sim Lian Group launched its first industrial project, UB.1 in Ubi
2013 Sim Lian Group launched Hillion, its first integrated development in Singapore in the heart of Bukit Panjang. First phase of Hillion Residences condominium units were released for sale
2013 Sim Lian Group acquired its first Australian property, a commercial building at the heart of the Sydney central business district (CBD)
2014 Sim Lian Group made a second Australian acquisition of five investment-grade neighbourhood shopping centres in Eastern Australia
2015 Office and retail component of Sim Lian Group’s first integrated development in Kuala Lumpur- KL Trillion is completed.
2016 Sim Lian Group is privatised and delisted from the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange.
2017 The Group obtained T.O.P for its first commercial development – Vision Exchange. The Group also opened its first retail mall- Hillion Mall in February 2017