CanningHill Piers (Former Liang Court)
Integrated Living Along The Singapore River
LAUNCHING OCT 2021
TOP est 2025
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An Iconic Development Bringing Together the Best Brands in the World
CanningHill Piers (Former Liang Court)
CanningHill Piers takes the place of the former Liang Court, a redevelopment made possible following the sale by CDL Hospitality Trusts (CDLHT) of its entire stake in Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay to the 50:50 CDL-CapitaLand joint venture entities and CDL.
Concurrently, Ascott Reit, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of CapitaLand, will sell part of its interest in Somerset Liang Court Singapore to CDL.
With picturesque views of the Singapore River and Fort Canning Hill, CanningHill Piers is set to become the most anticipated launch in 2021.
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CanningHill Piers takes the place of the former Liang Court, offering picturesque views of the Singapore River and Fort Canning Hill
From 1 to 5-Bedroom Apartments, Sky Suites and a Super Penthouse at over 5000 sqft
CapitaLand and City Developments Limited purchased the Liang Court Site at $400m in 2019
Timeline of Events
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|23 Oct 2021||Preview of CanningHill Piers|
|6 Nov 2021||Booking Day for CanningHill Piers|
CanningHill Piers Project Summary
|Project Name||CanningHill Piers|
|Developer||Jointly Developed by Capitaland & City Developments Limited|
|Location / Address||Former Liang Court
• 48-storey residential tower (1 Clarke Quay)
• 24-storey residential tower (5 Clarke Quay)
|District / Planning Area||6 / Singapore River Planning Area|
|Description of Site||Proposed Mixed-Use Development Comprising 4 Blocks:
• 1 Block 48-Storey and 1 Block 24-Storey Residential Flats (Total 696 Units)
• 1 Block 21-Storey Hotel (477 Guest Rooms)
• 1 Block 20-Storey Serviced Residence with Hotel Licence (192 Guest Rooms)
• 2-Storey Commercial Podium
• 4 Levels Basement Car Park with Commercial at Basement 1
|Facilities||• Level 45: Sky Club (Clubhouse) 1900sqft, Sky Garden
• Level 24: Sky Bridge connecting residential towers, Sky Gym, Infinity Lap Pool, Sky Gourmet, Flexi Lounge, Function Room
• Level 3: Outdoor jogging track, bouldering wall, adventure-themed children's play area
|No. of Units||696 Residential Units|
|Tenure of Land||99-year leasehold|
|Expected Date of Vacant Possession||TBA|
|Site Area||12,925.4 sqm (139,128 sqft)|
|Building Height||• 180-metres (48-storey residential tower)
• 100-metres (24-storey residential tower)
CanningHill Piers Unit Mix
|Unit||No. of Units||Est. Min Size (sqft)||Est. Max Size (sqft)||Unit %|
|1 Bedroom + Study||229||474||560||33%|
|2 Bedroom + Ensuite Study||20||829||829||3%|
|2 Bedroom + Study||163||732||883||23%|
|3 Bedroom Premium||20||1313||1313||3%|
|4 Bedroom Premium||60||1755||1959||8%|
|5 Bedroom Premium||20||2788||2788||3%|
About CanningHill Piers
CanningHill Piers is named to reflect its rare hill and river dual-frontage, being nestled between Fort CanningHill and the Singapore River.
Crafted by two mega developers and designed by world renowned architects, the CanningHill Piers condo will rise to heights of 180m, offering breathtaking views of the city centre, and anchoring itself as a new icon along the River precinct.
There are a total of four towers of different heights, with a pair of diagonally facing residential towers and one each for the hotel and serviced residence.
About CanningHill Square
CanningHill Piers is a mixed development, and besides the residential segment, it also features a commercial component called CanningHill Square.
CanningHill Square will be a 2-storey commercial podium with another commercial level at Basement 1, and there will be F&B and retail outlets to add to the shopping options for residents.
CanningHill Piers Joint Developer
CapitaLand Limited (CapitaLand) is one of Asia’s largest diversified real estate groups. Headquartered and listed in Singapore, it owns and manages a global portfolio worth about S$138.7 billion as at 30 June 2021.
CapitaLand’s portfolio spans across diversified real estate classes which includes commercial, retail; business park, industrial and logistics; integrated development, urban development; as well as lodging and residential. With a presence across more than 250 cities in over 30 countries, the Group focuses on Singapore and China as its core markets, while it continues to expand in markets such as India, Vietnam, Australia, Europe and the USA.
CanningHill Piers Joint Developer
City Developments Limited (CDL)
City Developments Limited (CDL) is a leading global real estate company with a network spanning 112 locations in 29 countries and regions. Listed on the Singapore Exchange, the Group is one of the largest companies by market capitalisation. Its income-stable and geographically diverse portfolio comprises residences, offices, hotels, serviced apartments, integrated developments and shopping malls.
With a proven track record of over 55 years in real estate development, investment and management, the Group has developed over 47,000 homes and owns over 23 million square feet of lettable floor area in residential, commercial and hospitality assets globally. Its diversified global land bank offers 3 million square feet of land area.
CanningHill Piers Design Architect
Bjarke Ingels Group
Bjarke Ingels Group, often referred to as BIG, is a Copenhagen and New York based group of architects, designers and builders.
They are one of the world’s most renowned contemporary architects, who have crafted award-winning residential developments such as 8 House in Copenhagen and Via 57 West in New York.
Among their slew of accolades include Innovator of the Year – WSJ, 2011.
CanningHill Piers Actual Location
CanningHill Piers is located at the former Liang Court mall site, which occupies an excellent location along the Singapore River, offering scenic views of the riverscape on one side, and the historic Fort Canning Hill on the other side.
The location at the heart of activity in the Singapore River and Clarke Quay region.
CanningHill Piers Showflat Location
The CanningHill Piers showflat is conveniently located just across the Singapore River from where the CanningHill Piers site is at.
If you are driving, the showflat can be accessed via Merchant Road, and the entrance is along Merchant Loop.
If you are taking public transport, Fort Canning MRT Station is the nearest station, and is a mere 5 minute walk away, over a bridge spanning the Singapore River.
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Why CanningHill Piers?
A New Iconic Development
The duo towers will be the tallest residential development along the Singapore River and is set to become a new landmark icon
Direct Access to MRT
CanningHill Piers will have a direct link to Fort Canning MRT via an underpass, which means unparalleled convenience rain or shine!
Living by The Singapore River
The Singapore River is one of the most esteemed icons of the city state, and now there is an opportunity to live right along it
Right Next to Clarke Quay
The Clark Quay area offers a plethora of options for F&B and shopping, including entertainment outlets and also a 5-storey retail mall
Views of Fort Canning Hill
A key part of Singapore’s history, Fort Canning Hill has once sited the palaces of 14th century Kings and served important roles during the war
The Heartbeat of the City
Residing in District 6 also means being right in the centre of activity, feeling the City Heartbeat and having easy access to any part of the island state
CanningHill Piers : Amenities Around
The CanningHill Piers condo is located at the heart of activity in the Singapore River precinct, with a slew of F&B and retail options!
Located just across the Singapore River over a bridge, Clarke Quay is one of the most famous entertainment zones in Singapore and practically needs no introduction. Its eclectic mix of restaurants, riverside outdoor dining areas, drinking joints and snazzy nightlife has made it one of the top choices for locals and tourists alike.
Clarke Quay itself is a historic conserved site – from its early days serving as a loading/unloading dock, it was later designated as a commercial and entertainment district.
Managed by CapitaLand, Clarke Quay boasts of a wide range of F&B outlets, carefully selected to cater to the tastes of young urban professionals.
Following the completion of Clarke Quay MRT Station (along the North East Line) in mid-2003, Clarke Quay has seen a huge boost in popularity and footfall, cementing it one of the top destinations in the city state.
Clarke Quay Central
Managed by Far East, Clarke Quay Central is a 5-storey shopping mall directly above the Clarke Quay MRT station, offering commuters a convenient stop for shopping, rain or shine.
There are 2 office towers alongside the main shopping mall – SOHO 1 and 2, that offers compact and functional office spaces with pantries, washrooms, electric cookers and sinks.
With key tenant Don Don Donki, Clarke Quay Central offers a plethora of lifestyle oriented F&B and shopping options, including Charles and Keith, Giordano, Marutama Ramen, Starbucks and TungLok Signatures.
Also managed by Far East, Riverside Point is located just a stone’s throw away from CanningHill Piers and is a mixed-use development comprising of offices, F&B and retail outlets.
Its facade consists of pitched roofs that hail back to the history of the riverport: that of bustling trade and warehouses that one lined the quayside.
Catered for business executives, locals and tourists, the mall offers a selection of well known F&B outlets including Brewerkz, Cafe Iguana, Harry’s and Jumbo Seafood.
Orchard Shopping Belt
Probably one of Singapore’s most famous attractions, the Orchard Shopping Belt is the ultimate retail experience that brings together the best of all worlds.
The 2.2km one-way street offers a dizzying array of shopping options that can last even the most fervent of shoppers the entire day. Stretching from Tanglin Road and connecting to the next retail haven at Dhoby Ghaut, Orchard Road consists of malls on the street level and a labyrinth of underground pedestrian walkways that connects the region into a massive shopping paradise.
From malls such as Ion Orchard and Tang’s on one end with fashion and F&B options including Aldo, Bottega Veneta, Bvlgari, Chanel, Gucci and Louis Vuitton, to the more family oriented malls such as Takashimaya and Cineleisure, Orchard is a destination that caters to everyone.
Ophir Rochor Corridor
First announced in 2008, the Ophir-Rochor corridor was earmarked by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) for continuous development over the next ten to 15 years, as part of the plans to rejuvenate and grow the existing Central Business District (CBD).
The Ophir-Rochor corridor is flanked by the bustling arts, cultural, entertainment and education hub at Bras Basah in Bugis area as well as the historic districts at Kampong Glam and Beach Road. It offers the opportunity to extend the existing vibrant, street-level experience with a series of active courtyards, linkways and plazas, lined by pedestrian-orientated activities and uses. The development of the district will also build upon the existing signature tree planting to create a series of developments in a park-like setting with an attractive, lushly landscaped, green environment.
Arts and Civic District
Residing in the city centre also means being close to some of the most historic areas in Singapore.
Located just a few minutes walk away, the Civic District is a thriving arts, cultural and lifestyle precinct comprising historic buildings and spaces. Some of the most important landmarks of Singapore’s history are located within the area, including the former Supreme Court and City Hall, Old Parliament House, and the Padang.
With pedestrianised areas including the Anderson Bridge and Empress Place, it’s a leisurely enjoyable stroll, underneath an abundance of shade-giving trees and across wide, open lawns. There are also convenient connections to Fort Canning Park, the Bras Basah-Bugis district and the Marina Bay waterfront.
CanningHill Piers : Parks and Greenery
For future residents of CanningHill Piers who love the greenery and want to connect with nature on hikes and trails, there are many choices around!
Fort Canning Hill
Fort Canning Hill holds the key to Singapore’s past, having witnessed even the decision to surrender Singapore to the Japanese on 15 February 1942, in the Underground Far East Command Centre, commonly known as Battle Box.
Today, Fort Canning Park features nine historical gardens – the Pancur Larangan, Artisan’s Garden, Sang Nila Utama Garden, Jubilee Park (Phase 1), Raffles Garden, First Botanic Garden, Farquhar Garden, Spice Garden and Armenian Street Park.
The Park offers not only a 2.5km trail, but is also a popular venue for celebrations and events such as concerts, theatre productions and festivals, as well as weddings, parties and gatherings.
Pearl's Hill City Park
As part of the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s (URA) Master Plan 2019, there are plans to make provision for a trail that connects from Fort Canning Park to Pearl’s Hill City Park through the scenic Singapore River.
Pearl’s Hill City Park is a hidden gem of peace and tranquillity. Built around a reservoir on top of a hill, the park is situated within a bustling Chinatown and a great place to take a brief respite from pace of city life.
Visitors can look forward to enjoying the wooded ambience provided by the mature Tembusu trees while basking in the serenity of the park. Alternatively, sit back and relax by the pond and admire the beautiful lotus plants. When in full bloom, the lotus plants provide a brilliant splash of colour across the pond’s still waters.
Read more here
Walk from Hill to Hill, URA
CanningHill Piers : Transport
Besides the usual modes of transport, living in close proximity to the Singapore River has an additional perk for residents of CanningHill Piers condo: a very different transport option!
Singapore River : Water Taxi!
The Singapore River is a 3.2-kilometre-long waterway that has been the lifeline of Singapore for almost 200 years. In its earlier days, the river-port’s waterways and quays were hubs of economic activity as flotillas of boats plied its waters, loading and unloading their goods for import or re-export.
These days, besides serving as one of the most scenic places in Singapore, the River also offers Water Taxis as an alternative mode of transport.
The water taxis currently cover 5 stops: Robertson Quay, Clemenceau, Clarke Quay, Boat Quay, and the Esplanade. These places will cover some attractions such as the Asian Civilisations Museum, Raffles’ Landing Site, Merlion Park, Esplanade Theatre, and Singapore Flyer.
FARES: $5 (USD3.65) per person
SERVICE HOURS: 08:00 – 10:00 and 17:00 – 19:00 Mon to Fri (No service on weekends and PHs)
SERVICE SCHEDULE: Every 20 minutes
Mass Rapid Transport (MRT)
Residents at CanningHill Piers will be able to access Fort Canning MRT directly via an underpass, a convenience which will delight owners, residents and visitors to the development.
Fort Canning MRT is part of the Downtown Line and commuters can enjoy a short train ride to access places such as Chinatown, CBD, Bayfront and Bugis, and also direct access to the Airport without having to change trains!
Alternatively, a short walk away to Clarke Quay MRT, part of the North East Line, will offer access to other areas of attraction such as HarbourFront (and Sentosa), Dhoby Ghaut, Little India and Farrer Park.
Driving: Arterial Roads and Expressways
The excellent central location of CanningHill Piers provides access to some of the major arterial roads in Singapore, and the Central Expressway is but a short drive away.
The Central Expressway (CTE) is a 15.8km long motorway that runs right through the middle of the island, connecting the city centre and the northern region.
It also intersects with the other major expressways including Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), Pan Island Expressway (PIE), SLE (Seletar Expressway).
CanningHill Piers : Healthcare Facilities
Healthcare needs are also well covered, with a number of healthcare facilities located within a short distance away.
Singapore General Hospital (SGH) - 7 min Drive
Located at Outram Road, the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) established in 1821, is Singapore’s first general hospital and oldest medical institution.
SGH was ranked as the third best hospital in the world by Newsweek in 2019.
It is also the flagship hospital of SingHealth and the principal teaching hospital for the Duke–NUS Medical School. Its campus includes four national specialty centres, namely the Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC), the National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS), the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) and the National Dental Centre Singapore (NDCS).
Mount Elizabeth Hospital - 11 min Drive
Mount Elizabeth operates two hospitals in the city centre – one located at Orchard, and the other at Novena, both of which are a convenient drive away.
The private hospital is a choice facility for many and caters to patients of all ages from Singapore, Southeast Asia, and international patients from all countries visiting Singapore.
The hospitals specialise in a wide variety of medical disciplines, including cardiology, oncology, neuroscience, dental specialties, endocrinology, gastroenterology, gynaecology, plastic surgery and urology.
CanningHill Piers : Schools
For residents of CanningHill Piers planning for the education options for kids, there are a number of good schools within close proximity that will prove to be great options.
River Valley Primary School
2 River Valley Green S(237993)
Approx Within 1km
River Valley Primary is a mixed school, and was established in 1985 when three primary schools, River Valley Chinese, River Valley English and Kim Seng merged to form one school with a student enrolment of 1700.
It is one of the popular primary schools in Singapore and has among its accolades, it has received the Best Practice Award and School Distinction Award.
Singapore Management University (SMU)
81 Victoria St S(188065)
Located right in the city centre, SMU was established on 29 July 2000, as the third autonomous university and has now become one of the most famous universities in Singapore.
SMU was ranked in the 511-520 band in the world, #99 in Asia, and #11 compared to similar specialist universities in the 2021 QS World University Rankings.
The campus has an enrolment of about 10,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students and offers undergraduate and graduate degree programmes in a wide variety of disciplines including business administration, business analytics, financial services, accountancy, economics, information systems management, law, and the social sciences.
There are a total of six schools, which include the School of Accountancy, the Lee Kong Chian School of Business, the School of Economics, the School of Computing and Information Systems, the Yong Pung How School of Law, and the School of Social Sciences. SMU has been awarded the Triple accreditation by AACSB International, EQUIS, and AMBA.
School of the Arts (SOTA)
1 Zubir Said Drive S(227968)
The School of the Arts (SOTA) was established in 2008 and has an enrolment of about 1200 students.
It is Singapore’s first national pre-tertiary specialised arts school with a six-year integrated arts and academic curriculum, leading to the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma or Career-related Programme, for youths aged 13-18 years old.
SOTA offers a dedicated development path for those who have interest and show early talent in the arts, providing a learning environment where both the artistic and academic potential can best be realised.
CanningHill Piers : Master Plan
In the URA Master Plan, there are a number of transformations happening in the vicinity of CanningHill Piers that residents can look forward to.
1. Walk from Hill to Hill
A walkway adorned with lush greenery that connects Fort Canning Park, through Singapore River to Pearl’s Hill City Park.
2. Transit Priority Corridor
Robinson Road to be transformed into a transit priority corridor, strengthening it as the key car-lite spine between Raffles Place and Tanjong Pagar.
3. Rail Corridor to Marina Bay
New cycling paths through Anson will connect the Rail Corridor to Marina Bay.
4. Connecting Green and Blue
Street improvements at Canning Rise and Waterloo Street to improve connectivity from Fort Canning to Rochor Canal
5. Stitching our Green Heritage
A new park at Armenian Street and greenery enhancements along Coleman Street invite an easy stroll between Civic District and Fort Canning Park.
6. Bring back the Orchard
Orchard Road will be enhanced as a lush green corridor with colourful plants, connecting the Singapore Botanic Gardens and Fort Canning Park.