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Most units are 3-Room (originally 78 sqm) but on Stirling Road there are some 4-Room (99 sqm).
It also built tenements (blocks with communal kitchen and toilets, opposite of “self-contained flats”), that can be built quickly for the victims of various fires.
Some floor plans of rental flats are available on HDB Info WEB under PPHS (whole block floor plans, no dimensions).
During 1950s (or even earlier), SIT also built terraced houses, two clusters survived: Jalan Bahagia (in Whampoa, 28 blocks, 200 units), Stirling Road (in Queenstown, 13 blocks, 84 units).
Michael, Kampong Tiong Bahru, and launched new estates like Bukit Ho Swee, Brickworks, Alexandra Hill, Redhill, Henderson (in Bukit Merah); Bendemeer, Boon Keng, Kallang Bahru and Tanjong Rhu (in Kallang), Upper Changi Road aka Chai Chee (now part of Bedok), Mac Pherson (in Geylang), Mac Pherson Homes (in Toa Payoh).
Many other layouts exists, unique layouts with slanted rooms, as well as variations of the standard layouts, these usually have larger sizes. The blocks built at just 10-15 meters apart, denser than HDB estates. Collection of Tiong Bahru Pre-War SIT blocks floorplans (3-room to 5-room): https://tiongbahruestate.wordpress.com/2007/06/29/tiong-bahru-pre-war-floor-plans/ https://tiongbahruestate.wordpress.com/category/uncategorized/ After war, SIT built mostly 2-Room and 3-Room, but 4-Room flats were built too in Alexandra North, Silat Estate and Tiong Bahru (at least), no floorplan available.
Most searched floor plans: 1960s 3STD 3I 4I, 1970s 3NG 4NG 5I, 1980s 3S 3A 4S 4A 5A, 1990s 4A 5I, EA, 2000s 4A 5I EA, Maisonette, Jumbo, Pinnacle, Largest HDB flat FAQ: age of HDB block? The SIT housing was similar with British housing, 2-storey terraced houses, 3/4-storey walk-up flats, and since 1950s, 7/9-storey high-rise flats, plus one 14-storey block built in Queenstown in 1956.