This new luxury waterfront project by Mapletree Investments and Keppel Land is situated within the Greater Southern Waterfront. Bookings will start from 30 January. Image: The Reef at King’s Dock
Mapletree Investments and Keppel Land are set to open for preview a new luxury waterfront project – The Reef at King’s Dock – this Saturday (16 January), with viewings strictly by appointment only.
Strategically situated within the HarbourFront and Keppel Bay precincts, the development is within the Greater Southern Waterfront, “which the government plans to transform into a new major gateway for urban living along Singapore’s southern coast”, said the developers.
Expected to be completed by 2025, The Reef at King’s Dock will feature 10 residential blocks comprising 429 units of one- to three-bedroom apartments with sizes ranging between 431 sq ft and 1,572 sq ft.
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Prices for the one-bedders will start from around $960,000, $1,600,000 for the two-bedders and $2,800,000 for the three-bedders.
Amenities at the development include a gymnasium, sky gardens, tennis court, function rooms and children’s play zone.
It will also offer “Singapore’s first floating deck in a residential development, located within the waters of King’s Dock”.
The 180 metres floating deck will house an Olympic-length pool, a rejuvenation pool and a leisure pool. It will also feature a marine viewing area where visitors and residents can view the marine ecology within King’s Dock.
“We are glad to collaborate with a like-minded partner such as Mapletree to bring a high-quality new condominium to the world-class Keppel Bay waterfront precinct. The Reef at King’s Dock was thoughtfully and innovatively designed to harmoniously combine the natural and urban environments, with the aim of creating a resort-style development that residents would look forward to coming home to every day,” said Ng Ooi Hooi, President (Singapore and Regional Investments), Keppel Land.
The sales gallery for The Reef at King’s Dock can be found at the end of HarbourFront Avenue.
Bookings will start from 30 January, when the project is launched.