Canninghill Piers promises to become the new symbol of Clarke Quay, taking over the former location of the famous Liang Court at River Valley Road in Singapore district 6. The property giants, developer City Developments Limited (CDL) and Capitaland have joined forces to develop this new exciting project.
Canninghill Piers is a 99-year leasehold mixed-use project that is directly linked with the Fort Canning MRT station on the Downtown Line, promising to include four towers atop an office podium with two floors.
The mixed-use development includes four elements to it. Two towers, one with a 48-storey, one with a 24-storey height and will be used to residential usage. The 21-storey one hotel will be constructed that will be managed through Marriott International under their Moxy brand. The remaining 20 stories will be designated a serviced residenceand will be managed through Somerset Serviced Residence. The towers are located on top of an CapitaLand designed shopping mall known as Canninghill Square. The project was designed by the famous Bjarke Ingels Group and DP Architects It is evident that joint developer, both of them heavyweights in the field will go to great lengths to ensure that the planned Canninghill Piers will be included on Singapore’s list of famous developments.
In fact the last time City Developments Limited (CDL) and CapitaLand joined forces to create Sengkang Grand Residences and Sengkang Grand Residences, it produced record prices in Sengkang which is which is a North-Eastern Suburb classified as an OCR or outside of Central Region location. Homebuyers and investors alike recognize the huge significance and value of projects jointly developed by City Developments Limited (CDL) and CapitaLand provide and many are watching closely the development for Canninghill Piers.
A New Icon Is Born
The Canninghill Piers promises to become an icon in the center of Singapore. Its vantage point overlooks Singapore River, it is the largest of its kind. Singapore River, its 48-storey residential tower is expected to be the highest residential building in the Singapore River and offers unparalleled panorama views of the city skyline. Along with its 24 storey counterpart Canninghill Piers will provide 696 luxurious homes in this prime location. The development’s unique topography and site allows it to offer the views Fort Canning Park, the Clarke Quay Conservation Area and the tranquil Singapore River.
The person in charge of designing this brand new symbol is the internationally recognized Danish architect firm Bjrake Ingels Group, well recognized for their contemporary design as Canninghill Pier’s Design Architect. Their projects include local CapitaSpring and the Audemars-Piguet Museum located in La Brassus, Switzerland and Via 57 in Manhattan, New York. They are also a part of the Project Architect is DP Architects which has a portfolio that includes local landmarks like Frasers Tower, Our Tampines Hub, Paya Lebar Quarters, Singapore Sports Hub and Bugis Junction. To complete the highly-regarded architectural team are Ramboll Studio Dresiseitl, appointed as the landscape architects for Canninghill Piers. They are famous for their work at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park Kampung Admiralty, and the soon-to-be launched Mandai Nature Safari Park.
Canninghill Piers will be an architectural landmark along the serene Singapore River and will be a landmark for the urban landscape of Singapore as landmarks in the years to come.
The name is recognized by many, and owned only by a Select Few
It is located in Singapore’s rich cultural Clarke Quay district, Canninghill Piers is in the middle of Singapore’s history. The location is right close to Singapore River. Singapore River, the riverside is now urbanized and has be the site of beautiful restored heritage buildings as well as the bustling nightlife. Canninghill Piers will be the centerpiece of the revitalization of Singapore River precinct as its prominent central location and mixed-use development makes it possible to become a hub of activities for community, leisure and business activities. The area is bordered by the historic Fort Canning Park and the Clarke Quay Belt known for its lively nightlife scene and nightlife, the development is situated to provide its residents with the best of nature as well as urban life.
Connected directly with directly connected to Fort Canning MRT station on the Downtown Line, residents will be able to easily access the CBD. Other notable landmarks such as Chinatown, Marina Bay, Little India and Bugis are just a few stops from the Downtown line. There are few areas that have this kind of connectivity via a brand new and modern MRT line.
Nature lovers will also be delighted at this fact Fort Canning Park is located close to Canninghill Piers.
The park’s 18-hectare size is one of the most important places in Singapore and features World War II landmarks located in its sprawling, lush lawns and lovely gazebos. As part of the Master Plan 2019, the government also plans to enhance connectivity within the area by connecting Fort Canning Park towards Pearl’s Hill City Park by it’s Singapore River. When completed, it is expected to be a green trail within Singapore’s central districts, exemplifying the city’s Garden City planning.
With its impressive architectural design and its location, along with the development of the historic Clarke Quay precinct to rejuvenate the city’s heart. Singapore, Cairninghill Piers has been positioned to become an iconic landmark that will be acknowledged by many, and only owned by a small few.
A Rare Opportunity for Investment
A fully integrated community, those who live in Canninghill Piers will experience the greatest convenience and comfort that’s not available in Singapore. Because of its central position, Canninghill Piers’ direct connection directly to the Fort Canning MRT station along the Downtown line provides unparalleled convenience for its residents and tenants. The Downtown line connects Canninghill Piers to the CBD as well as the most extreme Western and Eastern areas of Singapore as well as Singapore’s Bukit Timah Belt to west and Singapore Expo located in East. In addition, Canninghill Square is managed by CapitaLand. This gives owners the confidence that the shopping center will be carefully planned and efficiently run by one of the best in the world. CapitaLand also runs other iconic shopping mallslike Ion Orchard, Raffles City, Tampines Mall and Bugis Junction.