Milestones

2021.09

The Bountiful Journey Completion

The mixed-use project incorporating hotel and residential at the central business district in Taipei, designed by Rena Dumas Architecture Intérieure (RDAI), is now completed.

2021.08

The International Architecture Awards

La Bella Vita, the award winners of International Architecture Awards 2020.

2020.01

La Bella Vita Completion

The 37-story residential tower with its core wrapped in a honeycomb-patterned window structure that breaks light and reflections, designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel (ACPV) in Taichung, is completed.

2019.11

Happy Enterprise Award

CDC was awarded “Happy Enterprise” by 1111 Job Bank (one of Taiwan’s online HR service providers) 

2019.08

Fullerton Hotel Reconstruction Project Kick-off

CDC collaborated with Taipei Fullerton Hotel to reconstruct Taipei Fullerton Nanjing. This is the first project approved under the Statute for Expediting Reconstruction of Urban Unsafe and Old Buildings of Taipei City. 

2019.01

55Timeless Completed

55Timeless, CDC’s top-notch residential project in Xinyi District designed by Richard Meier (Pritzker Architecture Award winner), was completed. 

2018.12

2nd Development Project in Kuala Lumpur

Following its first project in Malaysia, CDC invested in another high-end residential development project in Kuala Lumpur. 

2018.12

The First Commercial Office Building Project in Taichung Completed

CTBC Taichung HQ, CDC’s commercial building project designed by Spanish architect Miralles Tagliabue (EMBT), was completed. 

2018.07

Kaohsiung City Market Entry

Together with Daiwa House Group (Japan), CDC invested in a hotel and residential project in Kaohsiung’s Asia New Bay Area. 

2017.09

USA Market Entry

CDC made its debut investment in USA - a multi-complex project combining a boutique hotel and luxury residence in San Francisco 

2017.09

Treasure Garden Completed

CDC completed Treasure Garden, the company’s first luxury residential project in Taichung’s 7th Redevelopment Zone, designed by famous Italian architect, Antonio Citterio. 

2015.10

A7 JV Project in Xinyi District Kick-off

CDC, via its affiliate Grand River D. Limited, invested in the commercial lot A7 in Xinyi District, Taipei City.   

2014.09

Malaysia Market Entry

CDC made its first investment project in Malaysia – a serviced apartment development project in Kuala Lumpur.   

2013.02

CDC Taichung Office Established

CDC Taichung office was established to develop its roots in Taichung, providing services to local communities.  

2012.07

Investment in Taichung's 7th Redevelopment Zone

CDC made its debut investment in Taichung by acquiring land near Taichung City Hall.  

2012.06

Xinyi District B7 Project Kick-off

CDC began the B7 development project within Xinyi District, Taipei, jointly working with Formosa Rubber Group, Great Union Construction Co., Ltd and Great Goal Construction Co., Ltd.  

2010.06

Continental Development Corporation (CDC)

CEC spun off its property development business to form a separate entity: Continental Development Company (CDC), which is 100% owned by Continental Holdings Corporation (CHC). 

1989

The Village Project Kick-off

The Village, Taiwan’s first township development project in Xindian District of New Taipei City, an exemplary large-scale residential project  utilizing integrated planning to protect environmental assets on a woodland hillside.  

1969

Glyn Ing was elected chairman of the Housing and Real Estate Association of Taipei (from 1969 to 1976). 

1965

Pioneering Developer of East Taipei

CEC completed two residential projects in downtown Taipei: Kuang Wu Villa and Jinhua residential apartments, pioneering multi-story residential complexes which spurred urban renewal in Taipei’s East District, a bustling residential, commercial, and business center. 

1948

CEC Moved to Taiwan

CEC’s branch offices were restructured in the move to Taiwan. CEC relocated its new headquarters to Chongqing South Road, Taipei, Taiwan. 

(Image: Mr. Glyn T.H. Ing in CEC’s Chongqing S. Rd. Office) 

1945

Continental Engineering Corporation (CEC)

Wei Dah Corporation was restructured as Continental Engineering Corporation (CEC) and relocated to Shanghai, China. 

1941

The Beginning

Mr. Glyn T. H. Ing founded Wei Dah Corporation in Sichuan, China during World War II. 

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2021.09

The Bountiful Journey Completion

The mixed-use project incorporating hotel and residential at the central business district in Taipei, designed by Rena Dumas Architecture Intérieure (RDAI), is now completed.

2021.08

The International Architecture Awards

La Bella Vita, the award winners of International Architecture Awards 2020.

2020.01

La Bella Vita Completion

The 37-story residential tower with its core wrapped in a honeycomb-patterned window structure that breaks light and reflections, designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel (ACPV) in Taichung, is completed.

2019.11

Happy Enterprise Award

CDC was awarded “Happy Enterprise” by 1111 Job Bank (one of Taiwan’s online HR service providers) 

2019.08

Fullerton Hotel Reconstruction Project Kick-off

CDC collaborated with Taipei Fullerton Hotel to reconstruct Taipei Fullerton Nanjing. This is the first project approved under the Statute for Expediting Reconstruction of Urban Unsafe and Old Buildings of Taipei City. 

2019.01

55Timeless Completed

55Timeless, CDC’s top-notch residential project in Xinyi District designed by Richard Meier (Pritzker Architecture Award winner), was completed. 

2018.12

2nd Development Project in Kuala Lumpur

Following its first project in Malaysia, CDC invested in another high-end residential development project in Kuala Lumpur. 

2018.12

The First Commercial Office Building Project in Taichung Completed

CTBC Taichung HQ, CDC’s commercial building project designed by Spanish architect Miralles Tagliabue (EMBT), was completed. 

2018.07

Kaohsiung City Market Entry

Together with Daiwa House Group (Japan), CDC invested in a hotel and residential project in Kaohsiung’s Asia New Bay Area. 

2017.09

USA Market Entry

CDC made its debut investment in USA - a multi-complex project combining a boutique hotel and luxury residence in San Francisco 

2017.09

Treasure Garden Completed

CDC completed Treasure Garden, the company’s first luxury residential project in Taichung’s 7th Redevelopment Zone, designed by famous Italian architect, Antonio Citterio. 

2015.10

A7 JV Project in Xinyi District Kick-off

CDC, via its affiliate Grand River D. Limited, invested in the commercial lot A7 in Xinyi District, Taipei City.   

2014.09

Malaysia Market Entry

CDC made its first investment project in Malaysia – a serviced apartment development project in Kuala Lumpur.   

2013.02

CDC Taichung Office Established

CDC Taichung office was established to develop its roots in Taichung, providing services to local communities.  

2012.07

Investment in Taichung's 7th Redevelopment Zone

CDC made its debut investment in Taichung by acquiring land near Taichung City Hall.  

2012.06

Xinyi District B7 Project Kick-off

CDC began the B7 development project within Xinyi District, Taipei, jointly working with Formosa Rubber Group, Great Union Construction Co., Ltd and Great Goal Construction Co., Ltd.  

2010.06

Continental Development Corporation (CDC)

CEC spun off its property development business to form a separate entity: Continental Development Company (CDC), which is 100% owned by Continental Holdings Corporation (CHC). 

1989

The Village Project Kick-off

The Village, Taiwan’s first township development project in Xindian District of New Taipei City, an exemplary large-scale residential project  utilizing integrated planning to protect environmental assets on a woodland hillside.  

1969

Glyn Ing was elected chairman of the Housing and Real Estate Association of Taipei (from 1969 to 1976). 

1965

Pioneering Developer of East Taipei

CEC completed two residential projects in downtown Taipei: Kuang Wu Villa and Jinhua residential apartments, pioneering multi-story residential complexes which spurred urban renewal in Taipei’s East District, a bustling residential, commercial, and business center. 

1948

CEC Moved to Taiwan

CEC’s branch offices were restructured in the move to Taiwan. CEC relocated its new headquarters to Chongqing South Road, Taipei, Taiwan. 

(Image: Mr. Glyn T.H. Ing in CEC’s Chongqing S. Rd. Office) 

1945

Continental Engineering Corporation (CEC)

Wei Dah Corporation was restructured as Continental Engineering Corporation (CEC) and relocated to Shanghai, China. 

1941

The Beginning

Mr. Glyn T. H. Ing founded Wei Dah Corporation in Sichuan, China during World War II. 

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