Property News Archives - Canninghill Piers by CDL

Clarke Quay to undergo a $62M transformation

CapitaLand, which owns and manages Clarke Quay, announced on Tuesday (July 26) that the $62 million transformation will begin in the third quarter of 2022 and be completed one year later, with Clarke Quay to be operational throughout. The revamp of Clarke Quay will include a rebranding of Clarke Quay to CQ @ Clarke Quay and...

Units at CanningHill Piers along Singapore River priced at S$1.16m and above; more VTLs may spur demand

  THE introduction of vaccinated travel lanes is likely to drive more foreign investment activity, especially in the high-end segment, said City Developments Limited (CDL) executive vice-president and head of property development, Lee Mei Ling. Lee was speaking to the media at a briefing on Wednesday (Nov 3) to introduce the 696-unit luxury residence CanningHill Piers,...

CapitaLand and CDL introduce CanningHill Piers, a new landmark residence nestled between Fort Canning Hill and Singapore River

Only hill and river dual-frontage residential development in the Central Area to be launched in Q4 2021 Tallest residential development along the Singapore River designed by renowned Danish architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group Part of an integrated development conveniently linked to Fort Canning MRT station and near riverfront restaurants at Clarke Quay CanningHill Piers is...


SINGAPORE – Property heavyweights City Developments Limited (CDL), CapitaLand and Ascott Residence Trust (Ascott Reit) said on Thursday (Nov 21) that they will together redevelop the Liang Court site in Clarke Quay. The site comprises Liang Court mall, midscale hotel Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay and serviced residence Somerset Liang Court Singapore. Subject to approval from...

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