Once a dock that became the second largest in the world, now a landmark home for those who live with foresight, The Reef at King’s Dock’s rich heritage has always been one that looks towards tomorrow.
Discover an abode that stands on the frontier of luxury living, made possible by visionary architect and founder of Rotterdam-Zurich-Shanghai based KCAP Architects & Planners, Kees Christiaanse.
Like a series of urban sculptures, The Reef at King’s Dock, with its 10 residential blocks, creates an exclusive, tranquil environment within the vibrant Greater Southern Waterfront, right at the edge of the upcoming Sentosa-Brani district.
Be even closer to the sea on Singapore’s first floating deck in a residential development, only in The Reef at King’s Dock. The revolutionary 180-metre-long deck features an ensemble of swimming pools and a viewing deck overlookingthe underwater colony of corals and marine life thriving at King’s Dock.
i12 Katong, a retail mall under Keppel Land has announced its updated brand positioning, latest mall features, as well as a curated mix of new and returning retail tenants that will form an all-encompassing exciting lifestyle experience that shoppers can look forward to.
The 210,000-square foot mall in the Eastern region of Singapore closed its doors in early 2020 for major asset enhancement works to transform i12 Katong into a future-ready retail hub that will shape the increasingly “phygital” connected world. The mall is set to reopen in Q4 2021.
Offering more than just retail, the refreshed i12 Katong will provide visitors with a social platform for discovery and connection while they explore the mall’s newly revamped spaces. The mall will have an environment that imbues a sense of familiarity, relaxation and moments of delight across six levels of holistic experiential offerings. Beyond conventional shopping, i12 Katong aims to serve as the hub for the local community – from spending quality time with family over a meal, having valuable ‘me time’ within the holistic wellness spaces, to simply offering rest stops for those exploring the eclectic Katong neighbourhood with friends.
Presently, i12 Katong is approximately 50% pre-leased, attesting to the attractiveness and resilience of the mall’s new brand positioning and features amid market uncertainties. Anchor tenants, such as CS Fresh, Golden Village, United World Preschool and Wine Connection were previously in i12 Katong and will be returning, together with a contemporary mix of new tenants such as Climb Asia, Guzman Y Gomez, Kindermusik With Love Studios, Malaysia Boleh, PS Café, Signature KOI, We are Sultans and Scoop Wholefoods.
As one of the leading co-living accommodation operators in Singapore, Coliwoo @ 1557 Keppel offers convenient, modern, and contemporary residential options to working adults and expatriates alike. Housekeeping services are provided 3 times a week for you to further enjoy a hassle-free lifestyle in the city.
With Chinatown, Outram Park and Tanjong Pagar in close vicinity, Coliwoo @ 1557 Keppel is easily accessible and presents you with the utmost convenience for travelling to and from work. Major shopping districts like Vivocity and Orchard Road are also within a 10-minute drive.
City Living, Your Way. Whether you’re looking for temporary accommodation or a long-term home, Coliwoo aims to offer a sweet abode away from home.
Featuring 47 tastefully designed studio units; fully furnished with King/Queen beds, an en-suite bathroom, kitchenette, washing and dryer machine, work area, and cabinets.
This serviced residence offers 5 different types of studio units to fit every need and budget. Each unit provides a commodious and tranquil environment, overlooking a serene neighbourhood. Complete with unlimited wireless internet connectivity, these studio units are curated for optimal living. Equipped with 24-hour CCTV surveillance and privatised key card system, you can rest assured that you will be safe throughout your stay.
The large-scale, dual-mode Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant (KMEDP) is the first of its kind in Singapore, with an innovative design situating treatment equipment completely underground and featuring a lush green rooftop for community recreation.
Depending on the weather, the plant can treat both sea water and fresh water drawn from the Marina Reservoir, strengthening the resilience of Singapore's water supply in the face of climate change.
Seamlessly integrated with the surrounding greenery, KMEDP features nearly 20,000 square metres of open green rooftop space for community activity and recreation. The plant’s treatment facilities are situated underground, viewable via a private viewing gallery. For its outstanding design features and exceptional Active, Beautiful, Clean (ABC) standards, KMEDP became the first industrial plant in Singapore to be awarded the ABC Waters Certification (Gold) by PUB in October 2019.
KMEDP is one of the first infrastructure projects in Singapore to employ 3D, 4D and 6D Building Integrated Management (BIM) systems. This comprehensive integrated model enhances collaboration among the developer, designer, consultant, suppliers and sub-contractors by allowing them to visualise their plans via 3D modelling.
KMEDP is also the first desalination plant in Singapore to feature the energy-efficient direct coupling of the ultrafiltration (UF) and reverse osmosis (RO) systems, where water filtered from the upstream UF process is fed directly to the downstream RO process, eliminating intermediate break tanks and pumping stages, resulting in significant cost and space saving, and makes the process up to 15% more energy-efficient.
Indulge your every sense at Singapore's premium Pilates & wellness destinations. The VIVA Group's brand new sanctuary at VIVA Keppel Bay offers a diverse daily schedule of Pilates classes, using Pilates Reformers, Towers, Stability chairs, Cadillac, Mat & props and Barre equipment to provide awell-rounded fitness program designed to suit each individual needs.
Opening daily from 6:30am to 10:30pm, VIVA Keppel Bay provides a tranquil escape from the rush of daily life with a range of beauty and wellness services including Hair Salon and Nail Spa.
The VIVA Group Pilates & Wellness offers a range of private, duet and group Pilates classes daily using brand new state-of- the-art equipment. Classes cater for individual, couples or groups – both men and women of all ages, and no prior experience is necessary. Specialist classes are also available for pre and post-natal as well as Pilates for athletes, sports conditioning and injury rehabilitation.
Home is where your story begins. Where you choose to live, is equally as important as what your lifestyle will be when you are living there.
The Garden Residences, overlooking one of Singapore’s best known and much-loved neighbourhoods, Serangoon Gardens, presents a life that has been built on these fundamentals.
Location, one that surrounds you with lifestyle, shopping and F&B establishments. Connections, with a transport network that takes you anywhere you need to be in minutes. Education, because the pursuit of learning at any age should never be undervalued. Architecture, in creating a home that stands the test of time and draws inspiration from the gardens outside, to create a life that’s well-lived inside.
Overlooking one of Singapore's most-loved neighbourhoods, Serangoon Gardens, residents of The Garden Residences can enjoy the convenience of being surrounded by a diverse selection of lifestyle, shopping and dining options.
At The Garden Residences, living well comes naturally. With 55 exclusive residents’ facilities specially designed for physical invigoration and also total relaxation, unwinding has never been this easy.
A smart nation calls for a smart home. The Garden Residences also seamlessly incorporates intelligent community and home features to provide residents a connected, convenient, secure and empowered life.
Select your dream home from 613 one- to five-bedroom residences ranging from 452 sq ft to 1,981 sq ft – spread across five 15 storey towers with North and South orientations for maximum air ventilation.
Escape city life and get into a holiday mood at Bayswater Kitchen, a seafood-centric restaurant located on Keppel Island. Featuring seasonal produce like whole fish and lobsters, this casual indoor and alfresco dining space is perfect for any social occasion.
Overlooking the Marina at Keppel Bay, Bayswater Kitchen is a celebration of all things related to the sea, from the fresh produce to the relaxing Mediterranean atmosphere. The approachable seafood-centric menu revolves around seasonality, freshness and bringing forward inherent flavours and textures. The open kitchen, raw seafood bar and live fish tanks create an approachable setting where Chef de Cuisine Jack Allibone works with sustainably-sourced ingredients, including wild-caught seafood where possible.
Emphasising the restaurant’s location and contributing to the overall laidback feel, the indoor and al fresco area are designed to offer the perfect waterfront getaway where guests can unwind and have fun.
First rooftop bar in Harbourfront, Propeller sits at the top of Bay Hotel Singapore. Enjoy the lovely view of Sentosa and Keppel Harbour with a cocktail in hand.
With this successful launch of Propeller in Singapore, the second Propeller is already in the works at Bay Hotel Singapore’s sister property, Bay Hotel Ho Chi Minh. It is slated to open later this year.
Beautifully positioned at the gateway to Sentosa, couched in the verdant embrace of Mount Faber and with perfectly-formed views to match, Bay Hotel Singapore satiates urbane travellers with a taste for adventure and the different. With the opening of Propeller in the premise, it is even better!
Besides the amazing panoramic views, Propeller’s main draw is its specialty cocktails, the creations of Bar Manager Farhhad previously from Lantern and House @ Dempsey.
All of their drink garnishes are made in-house using their own dehydration machine and selected drinks come with herbs from the hotel’s mini edible garden.
After satiating your thirst, a tapas menu is available to curb all your hunger pangs as well.
This project marks another step towards water sustainability. When completed in 2020, it will produce up to 30 million gallons of fresh drinking water per day.
Leveraging its close proximity to the sea and reservoir to enhance water supply resilience, the Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant is poised to be a lush green gem along the Eastern Park Connector Network with its innovative design.
Keppel Infrastructure Holdings Pte Ltd (Keppel Infrastructure) and PUB, Singapore's national water agency, have unveiled the innovative design of the Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant, Singapore's fourth desalination plant, at its groundbreaking ceremony conducted recently at the Marina Barrage.
The first of its kind in Singapore, the Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant will be a large-scale dual-mode desalination plant in Singapore that can treat both seawater and freshwater. Depending on wet or dry weather conditions, water is channelled either from the Marina Reservoir or the sea to the plant, where it will be treated.
The plant also achieves multiple uses of land, with underground treatment facilities and 20,000 square metres (sqm) of open green space on the rooftop for community recreation.
All of the plant's water treatment equipment will be located underground, topped off by a gently sloping green lawn as its roof.
The desalination plant will also incorporate environmentally friendly features such as rainwater harvesting. Rainwater collected will be used to irrigate the green roof and support the facility's water features and landscaping needs.
The Sentosa Gateway Tunnel will open on Thursday, 27 April 2017 at 10am. It is a one-way tunnel that connects outbound traffic from Sentosa Island directly to Keppel Road and Lower Delta Road.
The Tunnel will help to alleviate the current congestion experienced at the busy at-grade junctions at Sentosa Gateway, Telok Blangah Road, Kampong Bahru Road and Lower Delta Road.
As the SGT is in close proximity to the North East Line MRT tunnels and the West Coast Highway viaduct foundations, it was constructed with a limited headroom of 3.5m. In view of the height constraints, only cars and motorcycles will be permitted to use the tunnel.
Buses, heavy and light goods vehicles such as pickups, vans and lorries etc. can continue using the at-grade roads towards Telok Blangah Road to reach their destinations.