https://www.todayonline.com/singapor...ing-collective

About 3,000 private residential properties in Singapore that are built on land with freehold and 999-year tenures, but sold on shorter leases.
These units make up 0.8 per cent of the total private residential units

1. Spring Grove condominium - 325-unit - District 10 - United States government -72 years left on its lease -264,000sqf site to developer City Developments in 1991 for S$80 million on a 99-year lease.
2. Shore Residences - 408-unit - Rose Garden, a freehold development - Far East Organisation 2009
3. Cabana - 119-unit - a freehold development - Far East Organisation 2009
4. The Scotts Tower - 231-unit - 2010
5. Greenwood Mews - 62-unit - 2011
6. The Chui Huay Lim club - 2008.
7. Rochelle - 129-unit
8. Red House Bakery - 2012
9. Alias Villas - six-unit cluster development - 2014
10. East Bay Gardens - 40-unit - 1995. 76 years left

Normanton Park - 661,000sqf - Kingsford Huray Development, for instance, had to pay S$231.1 million to the state for a fresh 99-year lease
Southbank - Eng Cheong Tower is . it is a leasehold (99 yrs from 1970) apartment property located at D7 / Kallang.
SGX Building - Shing Kwan House & ICB Building
OUE Bayfront - Overseas Union House
Lumiere - HMC Building
Díleedon- Farrer Court apartments 618 units were sold for a total of S$1.3388 billion dollars, netting each homeowner a cool S$2.122 to S$2.238 million dollars
The Avenir- Pacific Mansion
https://www.99.co/singapore/insider/...erty-99-years/