What Top Executives think about canninghill piers

Bird’s eye view of Canninghill Piers

Mr Jason Leow, President, Singapore & International, CapitaLand Group, mentioned: “CanningHill Piers presents the best of both worlds – effortless access to Singapore’s city centre with top-notch F&B and lifestyle amenities at its doorsteps; and within itself a thoughtfully designed serene sanctuary with coveted amenities that offer excellent vantage points of the historical Fort Canning Park, the Singapore River, as well as the Marina Bay city skyline. Coupled with its unique location embraced by nature and historical landmarks, we are confident that CanningHill Piers will set a new benchmark in refined urban living and meet the aspirations of city dwellers for style, wellness and connectivity. With upcoming plans to reposition Clarke Quay as a wellness, lifestyle and F&B destination that is vibrant both in the day and at night, residents of CanningHill Piers can look forward to raising their families in a lively and modern neighbourhood.”

Mr Sherman Kwek, CDL Group Chief Executive Officer, mentioned: “Conceptualised as a vibrant integrated waterfront development, CanningHill Piers seamlessly melds the convenience of urban living with a holistic wellness lifestyle and this icon will dramatically redefine the Singapore skyline. Through this timely urban renewal initiative, the former Liang Court site will be transformed into a prominent landmark next to Fort Canning Hill, imbued with the serenity of the Singapore River and the entertainment buzz of Clarke Quay. Along with our JV partner CapitaLand, we look forward to rejuvenating the historic Singapore River area with this majestic architectural masterpiece that will truly anchor and enliven the precinct.”

Inspiring itself from the surrounding area The landscape is a reflection of the surrounding landscape. CanningHill Piers extends the lush greenery of Fort Canning Hill to its numerous sky terraces. A portion of the road that divides the site from the river is set to be transformed into a beautiful riverfront promenade, which will connect to the lively Clarke Quay lifestyle precinct along the same stretch. In the near future, residents will be able to enjoy taking a hike between Fort Canning Park to Pearl’s Hill City Park, which runs along the picturesque Singapore River, as part of the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s Master Plan 2019. Furthermore Clarke Quay’s revitalized retail and F&B options will meet the increasing number of residents living who live in and around the River Valley vicinity.

Inspiring itself from the surrounding area The landscape is a reflection of the surrounding landscape. CanningHill Piers extends the lush greenery of Fort Canning Hill to its numerous sky terraces. A portion of the road that divides the site from the river is set to be transformed into a beautiful riverfront promenade, which will connect to the lively Clarke Quay lifestyle precinct along the same stretch. In the near future, residents will be able to enjoy taking a hike between Fort Canning Park to Pearl’s Hill City Park, which runs along the picturesque Singapore River, as part of the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s Master Plan 2019. Furthermore Clarke Quay’s revitalized retail and F&B options will meet the increasing number of residents living who live in and around the River Valley vicinity.

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The project is scheduled to be completed in 2025, CanningHill Piers enjoys convenient access to the CBD through The Central Expressway. It will be connected via an underpass to Fort Canning MRT station on the Downtown Line, and a just eight minutes’ walk away from Clarke Quay MRT station on the North East Line. Transport via water between Marina Bay and Robertson Quay is also accessible via river taxi.

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