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  • Selegie House

    Selegie House

    Selegie House is a building complex that consist of one block of 20-storey flats and two blocks of 10-storey flats. These blocks used to be linked by four rows of 2-storey blocks which had since been demolished and replaced with link ways.

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  • Newton Food Centre

    Newton Food Centre

    The Newton Food Centre is one of the earliest hawker centres built in 1971. In its early days, the hawker centre was promoted by the Singapore Tourism Promotion Board as a destination to sample Singaporean cuisine.

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    Community
  • SMU Residences' at Prinsep Street

    SMU Residences' at Prinsep Street

    The three blocks of four-storey apartments at the SMU Residences were converted from former Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT) blocks.

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    Community
  • Hollandse Club

    Hollandse Club

    The Hollandse Club was founded in 1908 by Mr J.C. Koopman for the growing Dutch community in Singapore.

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    Community
  • The Substation

    Substation

    The Substation, a much-loved arts venue today, began as a medium-size three-storey electrical substation building along Armenian Street.

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    Community
  • Mount Emily Villa

    Mount Emily Villa

    Also known the Osborne House, the building had been used as the Japanese Consul-General Office before the Second World War and was subsequently occupied by the Social Welfare Department.

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    Community
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