Jul2002Listed on SGX Sesdaq as Futuristic Image Builder Ltd.
Aug2012Strategic investment by Haiyi Holdings Pte Ltd. ("Haiyi") with S$94.4 million subscription of Non-Redeemable, Cumulative Convertible Non-Voting Perpetual Preference Shares ("CCPS")
Nov2012Haiyi becomes the controlling shareholder through the conversion of CCPS into ordinary shares
Mar2013Changes corporate identity to SingHaiyi Group Ltd.
Jun2013Approval from shareholders on Rights Issue and Share Placement raising up to S$226 million, along with plans to invest in USA real estate
Feb2014Successfully tendered for land site at Anchorvale Cresent, an Executive Condominium project in Singapore.
Acquisition of 5 Thomas Mellon Circle to redevelop the property into a condominium project in San Francisco, California.
Mar2014Completes share consolidation of every 10 to 1 ordinary share
Jun2014Establishes S$500 million Multi-currency Debt Issuance Programme
Jun2015Invested in a portfolio of retail malls across Malaysia and acquired 25% stake in the general partner of the fund.
Dec2015Completed acquisition of 9 Penang Road.
Jan2017Fully redeemed its S$100.0 million notes under the S$500.0 million Multi-currency Debt Issuance Programme.
May2017Official Transfer from Catalist to Main Board
Sep2017An en block acquisition of Sun Rosier for S$271.0 million.
Nov2017An en block acquisition of How Sun Park for S$81.1 million.
Dec2017Acquired a 3.08% interest in Cromwell Property Group, one of the largest property players in Australia, for A$59.1 million.
Dec2017Listing and quotation of the Rights shares on the SGX-ST, 2-for-1 Rights issue at S$0.10 per share to raise S$143.5 million in proceeds.
Jan2018An en block acquisition of Park West for S$840.9 million.
Oct2018Group MD Mrs Celine Tang Awarded Singapore Real Estate Personality of the Year for 2018 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards（Singapore）
Feb2020Mrs Celine Tang and Mr Gordon Tang had contributed $3 million to the SME Help Fund to help local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) tide over the COVID-19 outbreak.
May2021En bloc purchase of Maxwell House at a price of S$276.8 million with joint venture partners.
Sept2021Named as Singapore Top Ten Developers 2020 at BCI Asia Awards 2020/2021
Dec2021Successfully acquired Peace Centre/Peace Mansion at a price of S$650 million with joint venture partners.
Jan2022Winner of the SPBA 2020/21 - Established Brands.
June2022Successfully bid for the Dunman Road site under the government land sales for S$1.28 billion.
July2022En bloc acquisition of Park View Mansions with joint venture partners for S$260 million.