Canninghill Piers is a newly exceptional and anticipated unique place like no other
Canninghill Square launch, an integrated development in the area of Clarke Quay and River Valley Road is a planned development. It will house approximately 696 units in two residential towers of 48-storey height and 24 storeys. The integrated development, which is located next to Fort Canning MRT station along the Downtown Line’s Downtown Line, will open in phases starting in 2024.
Clarke Quay will be redesigned as an integrated development. This is one of Singapore’s most exciting entertainment precincts. The site’s vantage point, numerous frontages, stunning views, and easy access to Fort Canning MRT station make it an ideal location for integrated developments that include residential, commercial and hotel components. The site will become an iconic landmark on the Singapore River by leveraging the strengths and abilities of all its partners.
Ascott Reit, CapitaLand, and CDL are the three major developers behind Canninghill Piers. CapitaLand shares the residential and commercial units on a 50/50 basis with CDL. The hotel is under CDL while Ascott Reit manages the serviced apartments.
Three of the most prominent developers in Singapore plan to renovate the river promenade, adding new life to Canninghill Piers. These plans are in line with URA’s 2019 Master Plan to increase vibrancy in the region. Canninghill Piers will be in high demand due to its location, which allows for easy access to many lifestyle amenities.
Canninghill Piers, located in Clarke Quay is in the middle one of Singapore’s most renowned riverfront entertainment and lifestyle precincts. It is located right at the edge of the Central Business District and the river promenade.
Canninghill Piers can be easily accessed by public transport. It has a direct link with Fort Canning MRT station and is a short walk from Clarke Quay MRT Station on the North East Line. An overhead pedestrian bridge allows you to access Fort Canning Park for those looking for tranquility and greenery.