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CanningHill Piers Review: 180m Tallest Residential Icon Along Singapore River

by Matt K
  • November 14, 2021
  • 69 min read

Our Verdict

85%

Overall Rating
CanningHill Piers is certainly a standout development in our books. Its iconic design is truly a huge addition to revitalising the Singapore River, and would probably remain an icon in the area for a long time to come. Its strong locational offering makes this development a very attractive one too, with direct access to Fort Canning MRT and the large retail mall just below. Given these reasons, we believe CanningHill Piers to be an attractive development for both investors and those looking to stay in the area.

Our Considerations

Unit Efficiency 3.5/5

Regular layouts with longer corridors for some units

Unit Size 4/5

Standard unit sizes with 4 & 5 Bedrooms above average

Quality of Fittings 4/5

Top European brands for furnishings with variations in flooring for the different bedrooms

Design 4.5/5

Set to be an icon along the Singapore River

Variety of Facilities 3.5/5

Creative use of the limited space to pack in a number of facilities

Quality of Facilities 4.5/5

Expect quality facilities from 2 of Singapore’s largest developers

Surrounding Amenities 4.5/5

Retail mall at your doorstep with a vibrant nightlife to boot

Developer 5/5

Singapore’s most reputable developers

Transport Links 5/5

Direct connectivity to Fort Canning MRT

Driving Accessibility 4.5/5

Easy access to town

Price Point 3.5/5

Seemingly reasonable pricing in today’s heated market

Project: CanningHill Piers
District: 06
Address: 1 & 5 Clarke Quay
Tenure: 99 Years
No. of Units: 696
Site Area: 139,128 sqft (including retail and hospitality components)
Developer: Capitaland and City Developments Limited
TOP: 2025

CanningHill Piers traces its recent history back to Liang Court, which is named after its developer, Singapore’s richest local-born citizen, Goh Cheng Liang. Since its opening in 1984, it has been the haven for the Japanese expatriate community in Singapore. As the first major mall in the River Valley precinct, Liang Court was iconic both for its 2 orange-candle-like towers and its tenants, which included the popular Japanese departmental chain Daimaru, Kinokuniya, and in the later years, Novotel Clarke Quay. Yet, as many of us would know, towards the turn of the century, Liang Court’s footfall started to decline due to its inability to keep up with the competition. 

liang court

Ultimately, it was a wise decision to redevelop this plum plot of land that is blessed geographically with both a hill to its back and a river to its front. While I know nothing about fengshui, I hear that this site represents the best of both worlds. Even the development’s name, CanningHill Piers, seems to incorporate both of these elements. Other than how apt the name is, I must say it does also exude an upmarket vibe – and I like how it’s a unique name that not many others can copy given the location next to the river. 

When completed in 2025, CanningHill Piers will be the tallest residential development along the Singapore River, with 696 units spread across 1 tower standing at 48 storeys tall (180m) and another at 24 storeys overlooking Fort Canning Hill. Indicative prices start from $1.16m to an eye-popping $50m for the Super Penthouse unit. 

Besides the 696 residences, the integrated development will also boast a 475-room hotel operated under Marriott’s Moxy brand and 192 serviced apartments by Somerset Ascott. Most excitingly, this new development will include CanningHill Square, an 80,000 sqft 2-storey shopping mall that will be managed by Capitaland. The level of convenience is elevated even further for residents, who will have direct, underground access to Fort Canning MRT. The rarity of such characteristics, especially in central Singapore, will certainly be a major selling point for CanningHill Piers. 

Without further ado, let’s dive straight into what CanningHill Piers has to offer!

CanningHill Piers Insider Tour

canninghill piers showflat model 1

A big part of the iconic nature of CanningHill Piers is undoubtedly due to its exterior design. In the words of Bjarke Ingel Group (BIG), CanningHill Piers’s Copenhagen-based architects, the development has been designed to “place community first, with a porous and multilayered realm at its heart that restores the connection between historic Fort Canning Hill and the Singapore River and creates a cascading green oasis in the birthplace of modern Singapore”. 

canninghill piers river

Indeed, as part of the redevelopment, the existing road leading to the entrance of the old Liang Court will be sealed off to form a seamless promenade connecting CanningHill Square to Singapore River and the rest of Clarke Quay. If you noticed, the 4 distinctive towers of varying heights are also “unified under a facade that is conceived as a single continuous drape tying together the various components of the development into an iconic and sculptural whole”. I don’t know about you, but the architecture here does remind me a little of Le Nouvel Ardmore and the iconic 432 Park Avenue as well. And that’s not to say it’s a bad thing at all, as both developments are pretty evocative in their own right.

canninghill piers canninghill square

And you’d notice how that drape will contour depending on which part of the facade that should be revealed to the world. Whether it be to show Canninghill Square as shown above..

canninghill piers somerset 4

..Or to show off the facilities on the different levels of the building as well (giving you a “peek” of the views around). It of course remains to be seen just how immaculate they can keep the white lines looking even after a long period of time – but I do like the variety that this brings to the surrounding landscape. It has a very clean yet intricate design, which certainly looks upmarket as well. In fact, its similar-looking peers like Le Nouvel Ardmore and 432 Park Avenue are in an even more expensive stratosphere of property prices.

canninghill piers design

And of course, the way it is designed means that the balcony and aircon ledges are all unified so its a very neat look altogether.

canninghill piers siteplan

I’ll just touch briefly on the overall development before going into the residential portion proper. As mentioned in the introduction, this is an integrated development with a shopping mall and direct, sheltered access to Fort Canning MRT. Capitaland will be managing the 80,000 sqft of NLA here and with malls such as ION Orchard, Jewel Changi Airport, Raffles City, and Clarke Quay under its belt, you can be assured that the tenant mix will be well-curated for the needs of the shopper profile here. Moreover, with Capitaland also managing the wider Clarke Quay shophouse scene, it is in their best interest to ensure that footfall is strong and well-integrated. 

canninghill piers river 1

Something I really like about the mall is how seamless visitors will be able to access it via the newly constructed promenade along the Singapore River in the future. There is also a water taxi kiosk and ORD Bridge that are situated just outside the mall, providing more streams of visitors here. 

canninghill piers shops 5

It could not be more different as compared to the old Liang Court, where everything was just more closed up and shut off from the rest of Clarke Quay. With the new design here, you can see how with the unfolding of the drapes and the full height glass nature of the shops really creates a much more inviting look. And because it’s so much more seamless, you understand how that integration of the shops here along with the planned revitalisation of Clarke Quay that is also managed by CapitaLand is so important.

canninghill piers entrance

I can envision that riverside lifestyle here, and it is frankly quite exciting. It’s a pity the nightlife industry at Clarke Quay has been wrecked havoc from the pandemic, but I’m sure it will be a roaring trade again once things open up.

canninghill piers canninghill square 1

The mall will be named CanningHill Square, which as mentioned above will span 2 levels as well as a basement. Here’s the breakdown of the retail components:

Supermarket / Food Shop B1
F&B/Restaurant L1, L2
Retail Shops/Gym/Schools/Services B1, L1, L2

All in all, unless you are looking for the high-end luxury labels you’d probably have no need to even venture too far out.

canninghill piers moxy hotel 1

Beyond the mall, which is named CanningHill Square, there are also the hotel (Moxy by Marriott) and serviced apartment (Somerset by Ascott) components. This will be Moxy’s first hotel in Singapore and for the unacquainted, it is Marriott’s youthful brand that embraces a playful and stylish concept. Its trademark? Checking in at the Bar, which fits in perfectly with the overall Clarke Quay vibe.  

canninghill piers somerset

Having these entities are important too, as the additional traffic and visibility to the development is great for the competitiveness of its retail offerings. As you may very well know by now, the curation of the tenants is important – not just for your shopping needs but to increase the overall value of the development as well.

canninghill piers residential carpark

For residents and visitors to the mall, the vehicular entrance will be via Tan Tye Place off River Valley Road. A total of 97 commercial car park lots will be available for shoppers at B2 while 373 lots will be dedicated to residents at B3 and B4. This represents just 54% of the 696 units at CanningHill Piers.

With 75% of units being 2 Bedrooms or smaller, and with direct underground access to Fort Canning MRT, it is a decent ratio in today’s context. Anyhow, this is part of the Government’s move towards a car-lite society, and in a location as central as this it is to be expected today. Do note that the indicative maintenance fees do not include a parking lot and there are no dedicated parking lots for any unit, including the Super Penthouse which has an asking price of $50m. That’s equality for the common man but I don’t think the owner of the penthouse would share similar sentiments! 

Most people looking to stay here wouldn’t have a need for a car anyway so it keeps the maintenance fees reasonable for this group.

canninghill piers showflat model

Now comes the more exciting part for most condo reviews, the facilities. These are spread across 3 floors, on the 45th, 24th, and 3rd floor. 

canninghill piers showflat model 4

I’ll start with the one offering the most spectacular views – CanningHill Sky on the 45th floor of Block 1, which is the tallest residential tower in the vicinity at 48 storeys high. On this floor, the most stunning facility would certainly be the Sky Club, comprising two Club Lounges spanning over 1,900 sqft for residents to host their family and friends for a nice dinner party (yes, there’s a kitchenette).

canninghill piers sky club 1

You get panoramic views of Marina Bay, the CBD, and beyond and those visiting will certainly be very impressed. Having these communal sky facilities is a great feature, as residents on the lower floors will get the opportunity to enjoy the views as well. 

canninghill piers sky club 2

From the renders, it does look the part of a luxury hotel setting. And I, for one, can certainly imagine the cityscape views to be pretty spectacular when lighted up at night.

Think of it like the Club Floor that most luxury city hotels would have, and you’ll get the idea.

canninghill piers sky arena

Besides the Sky Club, there is also a small lounge called the Sky Arena. The one here doesn’t seem to have a kitchen and will instead be a place for quiet indoor reading or work. Other than that, the facilities on the 45th floor are rather simple, with an area for hammocks and another with a couple of deck chairs.

canninghill piers sky retreat

As the facilities on the 45th floor only occupy a single tower, the number of facilities is also restricted by the size of the floor area available. 

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Onto Level 24,  and this will be what most onlookers will first notice about CanningHill Piers when they drive past. It has a stunning sky bridge that connects the 2 residential towers, Blocks 1 and 5. Named CanningHill Club, its focus is on wellness and relaxation for residents. 

canninghill piers lap pool

If I had to be completely honest, when I first saw the photo renders for the sky bridge at CanningHill Piers, I had high expectations, envisioning an actual lap pool stretching the entire distance. What I had in mind was something similar to the lap pool at Sky Habitat, or perhaps as outrageous as the clear-bottomed pool connecting 2 blocks at Embassy Garden, London.

canninghill piers infinity lounge pool

Instead, the connecting sky bridge held 3 cove-like areas, collectively known as the Sky Oasis. It’s still a very nice spot, don’t get me wrong, it just seems that it would have been more spectacular if they were all connected in one long pool.

I do understand the thought behind this though – as, from a privacy standpoint, this does make more sense. These small pools will allow residents to chill out in the individual coves while enjoying the great views of the Singapore River. 

canninghill piers gym pool

The actual 50m lap pool for CanningHill Piers is located on the same floor, at the corner of Block 5. It’s not a regular-shaped 50m lap pool but is instead of an L-shape due to land constraints. That said, I must commend the developers and architects for their effort in insisting on incorporating a 50m lap pool, which is becoming a standard these days for any decent-sized development. Furthermore, this is an infinity pool looking out towards some pretty views so it’s definitely one of the highlights of CanningHill Piers.

We have to remember that CanningHill Piers is no ordinary development but one that is right in the heart of Singapore with a mall downstairs and direct connectivity to the MRT. Therefore, to have a 50m lap pool, on the 24th floor no less, is already no easy feat so credit to them on that.

Note: The 50m spans the entire pool including the wrapped portion.

canninghill piers gym

Since we are on the topic of sports facilities, you also have 2 separate gyms – the larger Sky Gym that fronts the infinity pool (so that you have enviable views while you work out) and the smaller Power Gym, presumably focusing on weights. For yoga practitioners, there is also a yoga deck and other spots carved out for your sessions. 

Personally, the best feature here to me though is the towel service at the pool and gym – just like the service you’d receive at a luxury hotel.

canninghill piers kids pool

There is also a small kid’s pool located by the side. While this seems more like an afterthought than anything – I don’t expect many families with young children to be considering CanningHill Piers anyway. With the number of small units, and the lack of a primary school within a 1 km radius, it’s clear that isn’t the focus here.

canninghill piers function room

In line with the current Work From Home arrangements, the developers have incorporated Flexi Lounges and Flexi Pods with both having WiFi access and charging points. If you needed a spot outside your home to carry out your work, this could be the place to do so. The Flexi Pod is a more private space for individual meetings while the Flexi Lounge serves more as a co-working space. 

canninghill piers sky gourmet 2

In addition to the ones found on the 45th floor, the 24th floor also has a Sky Gourmet dining room fully equipped with an induction hob, oven, fridge, and wine chiller for a party of up to 20. This is a great addition especially since 75% of the units at CanningHill Piers will be small units – so having a big space to entertain will be useful.

canninghill piers meditation room

The Residential Services Reception will also be located on Level 24, which is essentially your concierge desk. They are able to provide you with help on anything from general inquiries, transport arrangements, wheelchair loans, to other services such as housekeeping or restaurant reservations. 

Finally, there is also a Meditation Room that features a couple of massage chairs should you feel you need to catch a break while doing work nearby.

canninghill piers greenery

Finally, on to Level 3, and you will find some unique facilities here, especially considering the locale the development is situated in. You get a 300m jogging track, bouldering wall, and rope climb among other sporty facilities. It’s certainly not going to be better than the nearby natural outdoors at Fort Canning Park, but there’s also something about incorporating greenery in a built environment that’s always fascinating to look at. And with the landscaping done by the renowned Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl (the same guys behind 15 Holland Hill and Meyerhouse), I’m certain this would turn out stellar.

There’s no dedicated play area for the children, but there is a splash play area that they will probably have some fun with. 

canninghill piers centre

What’s worth highlighting here is that the entire level 3 plate is dedicated to the residents of CanningHill Piers. So you are assured of privacy and exclusivity here.

It’s been a long tour, so now let’s head straight for the show flat units!  

CanningHill Piers – 1 Bedroom + Study Type AS2a (538 sqft) Review

canninghill piers 1 bedroom floorplan

1 Bedroom units (including those with a Study) are the most predominant unit type at CanningHill Piers, making up 47% of total units. At 538 sq ft, this show flat unit is one of the larger 1 Bedrooms on offer, with 560 sqft being the largest layout available. The variations between all the layouts are the inclusion of a balcony and/or a study. With its size, it just clears the definition of a shoebox unit (sub-500 sqft).

The joint developers CDL and Capitaland shared during their media briefing that CanningHill Piers took into account the changing needs of buyers following the pandemic. One might point out that if so, there should be a greater proportion of 2/3 Bedroom units instead. Yet those among us may not have accounted for the single professionals, who may desire greater personal space during the pandemic. 

Still, you could say that this is part of the decentralisation of everything. And I can see the appeal for single professionals to prefer to live here instead of the CBD. After all, you are still close and easily connected to the CBD – but the park, river, and lifestyle elements that this area offers are just much more attractive. 

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study entrance

Back to the show flat unit and all units will come with a 2.85m ceiling, which is a tad above average. Porcelain tiles are used in both the living/dining and bedrooms with the larger units getting marble and timber floors instead. Thus, you do get some quality differentiation between smaller and larger units. 

The first thing that struck me when I entered the unit was how long the walkway/entrance foyer was. For a 1 Bedroom unit, it is important to ensure that every square foot is fully maximised and I do think that they could have done better here. The ideal 1 + Study layout I have in mind would be the one seen at Midwood, which is of a relatively similar size and developed by Hong Leong, a company closely associated with CDL. 

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study kitchen

To the left of the entrance would be the open concept kitchen. The kitchen system is by Ernestomeda, an Italian designer kitchen brand, which was also used in Capitaland’s One Pearl Bank project. This is the start of the quality fittings you find here, with an integrated sink (more costly in general) and Miele/De Dietrich appliances in the form of an integrated fridge, induction hob, oven, and hood.

For 1 and 2 Bedroom units, you have the option of ‘Cool White’ or ‘Mystic Black’ for your kitchen cabinets. No prizes for guessing which one this 1 Bedroom show flat is fitted with – the 2 Bedroom show flat will display the ‘Cool White’ theme instead. 

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study dining

The kitchen also comes with a pull-out table that comes in handy if you need additional countertop space or as an extended dining table. It’s similar to the one at Irwell Hill Residences, and these small touches do show the developer’s attention to detail.

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study study 1

Moving on to the Study, which at 3.5 sqm, is not a huge space. It’s a lot of mirrors being used here, so it may seem bigger than you’d think. Nonetheless, the one here at CanningHill Piers will work just fine for its original purpose – a Study. In fact, it even comes with air conditioning, so you don’t have to worry even on warmer days. As with most other Study rooms in small units, this space does not come with a window.

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study dining 2

Over to the dining area, and it is in line with what one would expect from a 1 Bedroom unit. It fits 2 well enough and can potentially go up to 4 if you don’t mind encroaching on your corridor space.

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study dining 1

Since you do have the additional pull-out table that can help ease the space crunch if required, I’m thinking that it might even be best to do away with the dining table altogether and have a bigger living area instead. With the availability of function rooms and gourmet dining rooms for entertainment and the myriad of food options at your doorstep, I think that would be how most people looking to live here for that lifestyle would use the space anyway.

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study living 3

It is very much the same story in the living room. It does feel rather spacious here, but I do think it’s because of how this space was designed – no coffee table or TV console – so that has helped to save some precious space. If you absolutely need the 2 above, you would probably need to be smart about the choice. That said, it is very much the same as what you will find in every other new launch out there so the one here at CanningHill Piers is not atypical. 

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study living
canninghill piers 1 bedroom study balcony

The balcony here at 5.7 sqm is one of the more spacious ones in its class. This means that you will be able to do marginally more with the space, either for work, dining, or some home gardening. Some stacks will also feature noise-absorbing acoustic panels and this particular show flat stack will include them. Additionally, not all 1 Bedroom units have balconies so you do have an option if you don’t happen to enjoy the outdoors much!

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study bedroom 3

Moving on to the Master Bedroom, this space occupies 10.1 sqm, which is average for a 1 Bedroom unit. A Queen-sized bed will fit comfortably here with a couple of small bedside tables. It might be a struggle though, if you need to place a dresser here.

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study wardrobe

As for the built-in wardrobe, I really like the design of this one. It’s in a modern smoke glass finish and the quality feels good as well. It’s a classy look and it also comes with an accessories rack by the side for added functionality. 

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study bathroom

Finally to the Master Bath, which is above average in size at 5.3 sqm. It has a Jack and Jill entrance both from the Master Bedroom and the living room, making it easy for both the occupant and guests to access.

canninghill piers 1 bedroom study bathroom 2

This bathroom comes with an integrated sink and does look rather similar to the one at One Pearl Bank! You get top-notch European brands here, including Laufen for the wall-hung WC, Tece flush plates, and other bathroom fittings by Gessi including the tap and integrated rain shower. As with many other new launches, it does not come with a window and you will have to rely on mechanical ventilation. 

CanningHill Piers – 2 Bedroom + Study Type BS5 (861 sqft) Review

canninghill piers 2 bedroom floorplan

2 Bedroom units make up almost 30% of the unit mix and are the second most predominant type after the 1 Bedroom units. They range from 732 to 883 sqft, with this 861 sq ft unit layout being the 2nd largest. At 861 sq ft, this is also larger than the new launch average and comes with a dumbbell layout. All 10 of the 2 Bedroom unit types come with 2 Bathrooms, which is a plus point as it is the more versatile option.

The layouts vary from dumbbell to the usual corridor options and none of the layouts offer an enclosed kitchen. This is in line with expectations of the likely clientele, who will have a myriad of food options in their vicinity. 

Units come with a 2.85m ceiling height in general, and the flooring provided will be porcelain in the living and dining areas and solid timber (an upgrade from the 1 Bedroom unit) in the bedrooms.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study entrance 1

As you step into the unit, you are greeted immediately by the open concept kitchen on your left and a sizeable amount of built-in cabinets on your right.

And although I was aware of the size of the unit before stepping in, I was still pleasantly surprised at how wide the space was. Even with 2 or 3 people in the kitchen it would still be easy enough to move around.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study kitchen

Even though this unit is larger than the new launch average at 861 sq ft, it does not come with a utility/store, so it was thoughtful of the developers to include the abundant storage spaces on the right. They stretch all the way to the end of the kitchen, ending with a half-height countertop that can come in handy when you are preparing a buffet line or to place your accessories on a regular day. 

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study entrance

As for the open concept kitchen on the left, you will notice that this comes in the Cool White finish and you also have the option of Mystic Black (check out the 1 Bedroom above) for your kitchen cabinets and backsplash. As always, it is a matter of personal preference and in this case, I’m rooting for the mystic black finish – but my overall take is this part of the kitchen design is the weakest link of the overall package.

Appliances are top-quality and will be supplied by high-end German brand Miele and French brand De Dietrich. This includes the integrated fridge, induction hob, hood, and oven. The kitchen system is also branded, by Italian designer brand Ernestomeda, putting CanningHill Piers in the exclusive category of condos with branded kitchens. 

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study study 1

Adjacent to the kitchen is the Study, which is about the same size as the one found in the 1 Bedroom show flat at 3.4 sqm. It’s shown as a Zoom-ready setup, which is pandemic appropriate and something that buyers would probably be looking out for.

It can probably just about squeeze in a Single bed but that should really be for makeshift purposes instead of a permanent fixture. This Study does not have windows but thankfully will come with air conditioning for a more comfortable space. 

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study dining 3

Just opposite the Study is where your dining area will be. As this 2 Bedroom unit is slightly larger than your typical launch, the 4 seater dining set feels quite comfortable here. I like that the dining area is a continuous space leading to the living room and not a ‘nook’ per se. This means that if you really needed to extend the dining table when you have friends over, you could, albeit at the expense of blocking your Master Bedroom entrance.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study dining

Of course, the bench seating and the slimmer than usual dining table will give the impression of a more open space here. But even with a proper dining set up you should still have enough space to move around comfortably enough.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study living 1

As for the living room, the width is perhaps marginally wider than average but still remains a compact space. They have fitted a 3 seater sofa, 2 small coffee tables and a tiny TV console with sufficient walkway to get through to your balcony.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study living
canninghill piers 2 bedroom study balcony

Where this unit absolutely excels, is the balcony (depending on which camp you belong). At 10.3 sqm, this is huge by 2 Bedroom standards and is actually the same size as the one found in the 1,313 sq ft 3 Bedroom show flat. If you were wondering if you really needed this space, just think about the views – this stack fronts Fort Canning Hill and to have a vast expanse of greenery in the heart of Singapore is truly a rare find. This balcony is not squarish but rectangular in shape, extending to your Master Bedroom. 

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study common bedroom 1

It’s a pro and a con – on the one hand, this means that the width is not quite big enough for a proper dining table but on the other hand, it gives the Master Bedroom occupant a breath of fresh air every single day. Nevertheless, at 10.3 sqm, it is still a substantial amount of space and you could still have your bar stools and table, exercise, or gardening corner, whichever your preference is. At this juncture, it is also important to take note that the balcony at CanningHill Piers will seem more ‘closed-up’, as the building façade of white columns will take precedence.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study master bedroom 3

Moving on then to the Master Bedroom, which stands at 13.1 sqm and some 30% larger than the one found in the 1 Bedroom unit earlier. The room does feel larger, especially when you come in through its entrance (as opposed to the balcony) as the built-in wardrobe is laid in parallel, giving you a nice squarish space outside your Master Bath.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study master bedroom 4
canninghill piers 2 bedroom study master bedroom storage

I really like the wardrobe here – it’s not larger than normal but its design is modern with a smoked glass finish and the quality feels right up there as well. Plus, you get the added bonus of a pull-out accessory cabinet with a mirror. As for room for the bed, it comfortably fits a Queen as expected. 

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study master bathroom

The Master Bath, at 5.5 sqm, is also comfortably sized. This bathroom is in a greyish finish that is quite sleek and simple. It comes with an integrated sink that resembles the one at One Pearl Bank, which may not be a surprise given that Capitaland is the developer for both.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study master bathroom 1

Besides, you will also get high end European fittings here, including Laufen for the wall hung WC, Tece flush plates and other bathroom fittings by Gessi including the tap and integrated rain shower. That said, do note that this bathroom does not come with a window and relies on mechanical ventilation. 

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study master bedroom

We now move to the Common Bedroom, which stands at 9.4 sqm. This is about average for new launches, and as shown here, you can fit a Queen sized bed in this room. However, if you require a study table either for work or your children, you’d probably want to place a single bed here instead.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study common bedroom

As the aircon ledge is located just outside this room, windows will be half-lengthed – which is a pity given the nice sweeping views you get over Fort Canning Hill, especially when you are on a high floor. The built-in wardrobe here will be of a simpler design compared to the smoke glass finish found in the Master Bedroom. 

You can see that there is still some space next to the wardrobe, so if you need more storage space you can add more cabinetry here.

canninghill piers 2 bedroom study common bathroom

Finally, to the Common Bath, which is averagely sized at 4.7 sqm. Once again, there are no windows so you will have to rely on mechanical ventilation. The key difference here is the lack of a rain shower. Otherwise, you get similar integrated sink and appliances from Laufen and Gessi, both of which are more upmarket brands found in condos mainly in the prime districts. 

CanningHill Piers – 3 Bedroom Premium Type CP1 (1,313 sqft) Review

canninghill piers 3 bedroom floorplan

3 Bedroom units make up 11% of all units at CanningHill Piers and start from just 893 sq ft. This is the only 3 Bedroom Premium stack, boasting of a private lift and is the largest unit available. The other 3 Bedroom units do not have enclosed kitchens although some do come with windows, as does this showflat, which opens up to the balcony.

At 1,313 sq ft, this 3 Bedroom unit is very generous by today’s new launch standards. In terms of views, all bedrooms will front Fort Canning Hill, with the living room, kitchen and Master Bedroom getting views of Clarke Quay, Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay. As standard, units here come with a 2.85m ceiling height and marble floors (an upgrade from the smaller units) in the living and dining areas. Lastly, the bedrooms will have solid timber floors.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom entrance

As you come out from your private lift, you are greeted by the private lift lobby which measures 4.5 sqm. There are built-in shoe racks for your just by the side too, which comes in very handy and saves you the trouble from having to customise one. You will also notice that the main door by the left is not exactly visible when the lift doors open, giving you a desirable touch of privacy.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom shoe cabinet
canninghill piers 3 bedroom lift lobby

When you come through the entrance, you are greeted immediately by the 6 seater dining set. They have gone with a round table here, and you should be able to accommodate the same if you prefer to have a rectangular table instead.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom dining

Just by the dining area are cabinets and shelves where you can place your alcohol, photos and candles just as they have done here. However, the storage spaces will be on your own expense as they will not be provided by the developer. At this point, I would like to say that opening up straight to the dining area is very efficient from a space optimisation perspective and while I would ordinarily lament its lack of privacy, it is mitigated here given the private lift access.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom kitchen 1

Adjacent to the dining area is the kitchen and living areas, which are laid out in parallel. It’s not a layout that is often seen in new launches these days, although Ki Residences 3 Bedroom show flat did feature a similar one too. Perhaps in part due to the novelty factor, but I really do like such a layout, especially when the kitchen also features a full glass design which helps to accentuate the spaciousness of the unit. There will also be a glass swing door that helps to enclose the kitchen. 

canninghill piers 3 bedroom kitchen

While the floor plan does not indicate the specific size breakdown of the kitchen, you can tell that this is truly one spacious kitchen the very moment you enter. There is plenty of countertop space as it stretches the full length of the living room and forms a U-shape overall. You will also notice that the colour scheme here is a lot more toned down compared to the 1 and 2 Bedroom show flats and it is certainly a design that I prefer. Call me boring if you wish, but the wood-like finishes always have a more calming effect. Nevertheless, you still have an option to choose between the one you see here (Opulent Brown) and Modern Grey (which you will see in the 4 Bedroom show flat below).

canninghill piers 3 bedroom kitchen 3

The kitchen comes with an integrated sink, as with all other units here at CanningHill Piers, and gives it a sleeker overall look. You get plenty of bottom cabinets that extend the full distance of the kitchen. There is also a gas hob and hood given it is an enclosed kitchen, with the windows leading to the balcony just beside. Branded goods are provided through the kitchen, including the Ernestomeda kitchen system, Miele hob, hood and oven, and De Dietrich washer/dryer and integrated fridge. 

canninghill piers 3 bedroom kitchen 2

While the kitchen does ‘open up’ to the balcony, you cannot actually access the balcony from the kitchen. What the developers have creatively done, however, was to create a pull-out breakfast countertop, which is actually really classy in my opinion (you can see more with photos taken from the balcony). 

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There’s no doubt that if you are an aspiring chef or an avid baker, this kitchen setup with be a huge draw. It’s open, bright, and even affords you some views as it is right next to the balcony.

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On a side note, the cabinetry at the back has quite an odd way of opening and closing. You can only open up the left side by opening the right – which can be a bit cumbersome.

Behind the actual kitchen area is a rather long L-shaped yard area, where the De Dietrich washer/dryer can be found. There is also another integrated sink with top and bottom shelves built-in. If you think about it, it is actually really helpful and practical to have another washing area, especially if you have many friends over. The thing about the yard, however, is the lack of any windows, which means that you will probably have to rely on the washer/dryer entirely for your laundry. There is, however, a back door that leads you to the common lift lobby. This will also likely be where you will collect your deliveries.

Just beside the back door is the Store, which is absolutely necessary for a unit of this size. They have done this up as a helper’s room, but at 2.5 sqm in size, it is a little too tiny for helpers in my opinion. As usual, you will also get an additional WC here. 

canninghill piers 3 bedroom living

Moving back to the living area, and this is expectedly a wider space compared to the smaller units. This means that you have more flexibility around the size of the couch, coffee table, and TV console. Regardless, impressions do matter for guests so having a larger unit such as this will always come across as more impressive. The combined area of the living, dining, and kitchen stands at 44.3 sqm. 

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Of course, with the glass panels behind you’d need to be aware of the height of your sofa – but I don’t think too many people would have issues with this. In any case, for me, the pros of such a layout do far outweigh any such inconveniences.

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As for the balcony, this occupies 10.3 sqm of space (same as the 2 Bedroom above) and stretches from the living room to the balcony. Once again, it is a rectangular-shaped balcony, which means that while you cannot afford to place a large squarish dining set, you still have options. They range from a mini home garden, a spot to wind down over a book or an exercise corner.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom balcony

As mentioned previously, you will also notice a pull-out breakfast counter here, and CanningHill Piers might just be the only new launch condo with such a feature.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom counter

I find this to be a great feature and it also maintains the consistent design as the rest of the kitchen. It would have been perfect if the counter faced outwards though!

canninghill piers 3 bedroom common bedroom 2

Moving to the first of the 3 bedrooms, I’ll start with the smallest – Bedroom 3, which is situated at the end of the corridor. This room measures 8.2 sqm, which is average by new launch standards.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom common bedroom 2 2

They have kept this room sparse in the interior design here and made it into an exercise room cum study. Nevertheless, this room will still come with a built-in wardrobe and will fit a Queen sized bed if required.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom common bedroom 1

As for Bedroom 2, the other common bedroom, it is sized at a more generous 10.3 sqm. For context, this is the size of the Master Bedroom in the 1 Bedroom show flat reviewed earlier. Unsurprisingly then, you will notice how spacious this room feels, which is also aided by clever interior design. They have chosen to go with a Single bed and a small study here, leaving plenty of space in the rest of the room. This room also has jack-and-jill access to Bath 2, making this room ensuite as well.

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Note that because the AC ledge is placed on the outside, you will not enjoy full-length windows for this bedroom.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom common bathroom

Moving on then to Bath 2, which is averagely sized at 5 sqm. As you can see, the colour scheme here is neutral and does look upmarket enough. Nevertheless, it features an integrated sink and fittings from high-end European brands Laufen and Gessi. I did wish they provided a rain shower here though (especially with the Premium tag attached to it). There are also no windows in this bathroom, so it’s not the best ventilation-wise.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom master bathroom

Since we are on the topic of bathrooms, let’s move now to the Master Bathroom. This is a much larger bathroom at 6.6 sqm and features a more striking design. It has more modern black accents, including that for the countertop and shower glass. I much prefer the black-framed showers, and do wish that look would have been consistent throughout the unit instead.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom master bathroom 2

The Master Bath’s main differences from the Common Bath are the presence of a rain shower from Gessi and windows to provide natural ventilation. Otherwise, you get the same wall-hung WC from Swiss brand Laufen and mixer from Gessi. 

canninghill piers 3 bedroom master bedroom

Finally on to the Master Bedroom, which is sized at 14.4 sqm. It has a bit of a walkway leading into the room but you will notice that this room is not just bigger but much brighter as well. As this show flat unit occupies a corner stack, you get windows on 2 sides, which really helps to brighten the space. If given a choice, I would definitely prefer the unit with more windows! Otherwise, this room is large enough for a King and a dresser to be placed somewhere by the side.

canninghill piers 3 bedroom master bedroom 1

Consistent with everything you’ve seen so far, the Master Bedroom has a much classier form of wardrobe design with a smoked glass mirror finish. You will have the additional accessories cabinetry as well as an automatic light setup as you open the wardrobe. It feels pretty high quality as you slide it open, although as always, the amount of storage will be limiting for some.

CanningHill Piers – 4 Bedroom – Type DP1 (1,755 sq ft) Review

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium floorplan

4 Bedroom units are a rarity at CanningHill Piers, occupying just 9% of all units here. At 1,755 sq ft, this is the smallest 4 Bedroom layout in this development, with the other 2 being 1,948 and 1,959 sq ft. While all 4 Bedroom units have private lift access, this is the only layout that does not include a gas hob and comes with an induction one instead. The views for all bedrooms including the living room will be of Clarke Quay, Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay, and beyond while the Master Bedroom will also get views of the Singapore River. 

As with the 3 Bedroom units, those here comes with a 2.85m ceiling height and marble floors (an upgrade from the smaller units) in the living and dining areas. Note that for the main block, levels 23 and 48 will have units with a high ceiling height of 3.15m. Bedrooms will have solid timber floors.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium entrance

As you step out of your private lift, you are greeted by the 6.6 sqm private lift lobby, with some built-in shoe cabinets provided. It is larger than your typical private lift lobby so you can put on your shoes in comfort daily. 

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium entrance 1

Once you come into the unit, you are greeted by the vast expanse of space found in the living and dining areas. Combined with the kitchen, this makes up 59.3 sqm, which is larger than all the 1 Bedroom units found here.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium entrance 2

It’s certainly a good first impression, and even more so on a high floor unit which will afford you views of the Marina Bay/City area.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium living view

While you may be used to seeing the living and dining rooms being laid out in parallel for larger ones, this 4 bedroom unit at Canninghill Piers is uniquely segregated into 2 different areas instead. It works well for this layout as it allows you to have an amazing amount of space for furniture in the living room with a market-leading wall-to-wall distance. By market-leading, I am of course excluding unique, ultra-luxury projects such as Park Nova and Les Maisons Nassim. 

It also harkens back to the olden days where you have separate areas for dining and living, which I actually quite like. That being said, one of the downsides here is you don’t get to enjoy the sweeping views while dining if you’ve plunged for a higher floor.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium dining

Let’s take a look at the dedicated dining area first. Situated to the right of the entrance, the interior designers have placed an 8 seater dining set here with ease. With a unit spanning 1,755 sq ft, hosting friends and family should certainly not be of any challenge. For the eagle-eyed among you, you would have also noticed that the air conditioning in this 4 Bedroom Premium unit is ducted, which has the benefit of being more aesthetic and more consistent cooling.  

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium dining 1

Frankly, I find the design here a little too messy for my tastes, but even with so much going on the it clearly doesn’t detract on the space available. I can only imagine a minimalist design to allow the space to be highlighted even more. Thank goodness this is just part of the ID design and would not be coming with the unit.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium living 1

The wall-to-wall distance is certainly commendable in the living room and definitely one that your friends and family will be impressed by. Whatever space constraints you saw in the living rooms of the smaller units (even for the 3 Bedrooms above) will instantly disappear here. Hopefully by the time 2025 comes around the pandemic would have been long over and you’d be able to utilise the space to entertain more than the current pittance of 2 visitors.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium living

While you do still have to be careful with the length of the sofa given it might encroach into the Junior Master Bedroom, it still is very decent all around.

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Not to mention, the entrance from the lift lobby and the dry kitchen just makes the space feel very open as well – with a big part to play also due to the light that the balcony brings in.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium balcony

As for the balcony, it stretches the length of the living room and measures at 10.3 sqm. It’s certainly a good amount of space here, and the developers have intentionally left this space rather sparse to illustrate how plentiful your options can be. They did place a 2-seater bar counter here but you could easily extend that to the entire length of the balcony to take advantage of the city views you get from here. As part of CanningHill’s façade, do note that your balcony will feel a little more closed-off as the fin-like structure will protrude from the exterior. 

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium dry kitchen

Moving back to the dry kitchen area, where you will find a kitchen island made of engineered stone. This supplements the countertop space you will have in the wet kitchen, but is a functional space that large units should always include. You have 2 options for the colour scheme used in the kitchen and the one seen here is ‘Modern Grey’ while the 3 Bedroom show flat displays the ‘Opulent Brown’ option. 

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium dry kitchen 1

Along the kitchen island is where you will also find an integrated sink and wine chiller, both of which will come in handy for a quick breakfast prep in the morning or an evening cocktail. The dry kitchen area also includes 2 integrated fridges, and other appliances from Miele and De Dietrich so you can be assured that you will be getting plenty of quality goods here. 

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium wet kitchen

It’s very much the same case in the wet kitchen, where the grey-based kitchen cabinets continue the trend. All units at CanningHill Piers get Ernestomeda kitchen systems, which is an Italian kitchen designer brand that was also used to fit other luxury projects like One Pearl Bank and Leedon Green.

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Countertop space spans an L-shaped layout and while it does not span a large amount of space, it is complemented by the kitchen island outside as well. Size-wise though, this wet kitchen is rather generous. If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, you should be happy with the amount of space dedicated.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium wet kitchen 1

Although it must be said, this is the only 4 Bedroom unit that does not have windows in the kitchen and hence, is also the only one with an induction hob. The other layouts come with gas hobs, which is common for larger units as developers usually presume larger families cook more often at home. It is a bit of a downer, although you can open the backdoor for additional ventilation.

And while I’d have much preferred gas hobs here they have at least provided a very special type of induction hob here – it’s specially made for a wok (with a rounded hole) to ensure consistent heat throughout. I wonder if you can whip up a good plate of char kuay teow with this?

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium yard

As for the Miele washer cum dryer, it can be found in the yard adjacent to the wet kitchen. There are no windows for this space, so you will have to rely entirely on the washer/dryer to do the job.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium helpers room

There is a utility room (4.8 sqm) here too and this is definitely more of a need than a want in a 4 Bedroom unit sized at 1,755 sq ft. Utility rooms are required for most families but these days, it is a luxury that only a few can afford.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium wc

Rounding up the kitchen area is a small w/c and back door leading to the common lift lobby.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium common bedroom 1

The 4 bedrooms are laid out in a dumbbell format, with the Junior Master Bedroom located on one end and the other 3 bedrooms at the other.

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I’ll start with the Junior Master, which is located at the end closer to the kitchen. Because this room is standalone, it is ideal for a multi-generational family where one party may need more privacy away from the other members. This Junior Master measures 12.1 sqm and comes with an ensuite bathroom as well.

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The room has been done up as a guest room of sorts, with a dresser table and a single sofa/bed. As this room is well sized at 12.1 sqm, it leaves you plenty of space in the room. It also has your built-in wardrobe with a wood laminate finish as well. As the aircon ledge is located just outside this bedroom, you will get half-length windows here. 

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium common bathroom 1

As for the ensuite bath, it is at the market average of 4.2 sqm but slightly smaller than the rest of the bathrooms at CanningHill Piers. Nevertheless, you still get the same reputable brands here – including Laufen wall-hung WC and other fittings from Gessi. However, as with most other bathrooms at CanningHill Piers, the one here does not have windows which is a bummer in terms of natural ventilation. Surprisingly you don’t have a rainshower in all bathrooms too with the exception of the Master Bathroom.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium common bedroom 2

Moving on to the other side of the apartment, Bedrooms 3 and 4 are identically sized at 9.9 sqm. That is a tad larger than the new launch average of between the mid-7 and 8 sqm. I’ll start with Bedroom 4, which is the first bedroom along the corridor. This was done up with a Single bed, which leaves room for a standalone study table as well. I wouldn’t go so far as to call this spacious, but it is certainly slightly more comfortable than many other new launches out there. 

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The storage is provided by the typical 2-panel wardrobe, with a wooden finish that I quite like the look of. You do have full length windows here too which is great.

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As for Bedroom 3, the developers have done this room up with a Queen-sized bed instead. It’s a good contrast to have and gives you an idea as to how a small and larger bed would fit into an identical room size.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium common bedroom 3 1

Here, they have been quite creative in actually fitting a built-in table just by the window, which helps to enhance the practicality of this room while not compromising on the size of the bed (it is slim though so I can’t say it would be very conducive for proper work). Both bedrooms will come with solid timber floors and built-in wardrobes with a wood-like finish. 

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium common bathroom 3

Bathroom 3 will be shared between the 2 common bedrooms and your guests. It is 5.3 sqm large and does not have windows here. It’s in the same neutral palette as the rest of the common bathrooms and features sanitary furnishings such as the handheld shower, wall-hung ,WC and taps from both Laufen and Gessi. Both brands are popular choices in the premium segment, renowned for their quality and reputation. 

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium master bedroom

Finally, the highlight for the main occupants of this apartment has got to be the Master Bedroom. It is the place where the owners retreat to at the end of the day so it’s important to ensure the experience is comfortable and luxurious.

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At 21.9 sqm, it is definitely very comfortable for one or two occupants and can more than easily fit a King size bed. The space you have to walk around the room is more than decent too.

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As this also occupies a corner stack, you get windows on 2 sides which helps to bring in lots of natural sunlight too. It certainly helps make the case for buying on a higher floor to enjoy the view as you enjoy a lie-in on the weekends.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium master bedroom wardrobe

The built-in wardrobe, whilst not walk-in, is also much larger than the ones found in the other bedrooms and has the smoked glass mirror finish, making it look sleeker as well. It looks suitably upscale, and I like that it is differentiated as well from the rest of the bedrooms.

canninghill piers 4 bedroom premium master bathroom

In comparison, the Master Bath at 9.6 sqm is almost twice the size of Bathroom 3 and more than twice that of the one in the Junior Master. It’s got nearly all the bells and whistles you might come to expect from a luxury development.

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You get several added features here, including a bathtub, an increasingly rare sight these days so it was nice to see one here. As with most, the length isn’t the longest so for the vertically blessed you might find it a tad of a squeeze. It would have been nice too to have the ledge low enough so that you can enjoy the views from the window, but I do also understand the need for privacy here.

Besides that, you also have an integrated rain shower here as well as more modern looking black frame windows and countertop. Brands used in this bathroom are similar to the rest at CanningHill Piers – Laufen and Gessi. 

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Perhaps the only missing feature would be his and hers sinks here, but there’s certainly more of a good to have rather than a dealbreaker for the majority of people.

CanningHill Piers Location Review

CanningHill Piers occupies one of the rarest plots along the Singapore River. Not only is it the tallest residential development in this precinct, but it also boasts an integrated development concept with Fort Canning MRT directly accessible underground. The mall, CanningHill Square, is also expected to be hugely popular given Capitaland’s strong track record in this area. 

One could almost find no fault with this location – it is extremely central and yet boasts of lush greenery in the form of Fort Canning Hill and water elements along the Singapore River. Staying near the hip district of Robertson Quay also means that food and nightlife are never too far away. 

The only main downside to staying in the city is the lack of schools – there is only River Valley Primary School within a 1km radius

Nearest MRT: Fort Canning MRT (50m, 2 mins), Clarke Quay (600m, 7 mins)

Public Transport 

Bus StationBuses ServicedDistance From Condo (& Est. Walking Time)
Before Fort CanningStop ID: 043311N, 2N, 3N, 4N, 5N, 6N, 32, 54, 195, 195A, NR1, NR2, NR3, NR5, NR6, NR810m, 1 mins
Fort Canning Stn Exit BStop ID: 0433932, 54, 19190m, 3 mins

Schools

CanningHill Piers Primary Schools

Retail Outlets

MallDistance From Condo (& Est. Walking Time)
CanningHill Square0.0km, 1 min
UE Square0.2km, 4 mins
Central0.6km, 7 mins

Private Transport 

Key DestinationsDistance From Condo (Average Time at Peak Hour [0830] Drive Time)
CBD (Raffles Place)2.6km, 9 mins
Orchard Road3.1km, 11 mins
Suntec City3.2km, 10 mins
Changi Airport 21.0km, 23 mins
Tuas Port (By 2040)37.km, 47 mins
Paya Lebar Quarters/Airbase (By 2030)10.6km, 17 mins
Mediapolis (and surroundings)8.0km, 16 mins
Mapletree Business City8.8km, 21 mins
Tuas Checkpoint 27.0km, 32 mins
Woodlands Checkpoint21.7km, 30 mins
Jurong Cluster (JCube)15.0km 25 mins
Woodlands Cluster (Causeway Point)24.9km, 31 mins
HarbourFront Cluster (Vivo City)5.4km, 17 mins
Punggol Cluster (Waterway Point)19.4km, 27 mins

Immediate Road Exits: 1 – Tan Tye Place, which leads you to River Valley Road  

Unit Mix (by layout and any general points about it) 

Canninghill Piers Floor Plan Layout 1
Unit TypeSizeNo. of UnitsEst Maintenance
1 Bedroom / 1 + Study409 -560 sqft328$395 – $474
2 Bedroom / 2 + Study / 2 + Ensuite Study732 – 883 sqft203$474
3 Bedroom / 3 Bedroom Premium893 – 1,313 sqft80$474 – $553
4 Bedroom Premium1,755 – 1,959 sqft60$632
5 Bedroom Premium2,788 sqft20$790
Sky Suites2,874 sqft – 3,972 sqft4$790 – $948
Super Penthouse8,956 sqft1$1,422

CanningHill Piers is only the 2nd residential condo in District 6 besides Eden Residences Capitol, making this a rare class of condos to begin with. Its RCR location is not exactly in the CBD, but more around the lifestyle precincts of Robertson Quay and Fort Canning, with views of both to speak off. Add its integrated development concept to the mix and tenanting the unit out would surely be on the minds of many buyers here. 

Unsurprisingly then, units which are 2 Bedrooms and smaller make up 75% of the project, with 25% for the larger units. I like that the 4 Bedroom and larger units are luxuriously sized at 1,755 sqft and above, which is important considering that some buyers considering CanningHill Piers do not have a firm budget and space is also an important factor for them. 

The standout has got to be the Super Penthouse, at 8,956 sqft (likely priced in excess of $30m) and the single loading layout does look to be a winner (although I am surprised at the lack of a private swimming pool). I’ve heard from the grapevine that there are already multiple parties interested in it, and I suppose the recent sale of the $75 million Les Maison Nassim penthouse unit would have probably helped their case here. $50 million for a much high floor, better views, and an iconic development almost seem like a good deal in comparison. 

As for maintenance, it is reasonable for a luxury development of this standard, although some may lament that you’d have to add a fee each month if you need a car park lot as well.

CanningHill Piers Developer Review

Developer Notes

City Developments Limited is one of Singapore’s largest real estate developers and continues to play a significant role in the local real estate market. Besides CanningHill Piers, they currently have at least 8 other new launches in the market, including Sengkang Grand Residences (JV with Capitaland), Irwell Hill Residences, Haus on Handy, Amber Park, and Boulevard 88 among others. A member of the Hong Leong Group, CDL has a global footprint across 29 countries and has developed over 47,000 homes with over 23m of lettable floor area in residential, commercial, and hospitality assets globally. They are listed on the Singapore Exchange with a market capitalisation of $6.5Bn. 

Capitaland was founded in 2000 as a result of a merger between DBS Land and Pidemco Land, making it the largest listed real estate company in Southeast Asia then. Today, Capitaland has grown larger than ever before, much to the credit of founding President and CEO Liew Mun Leong, and manages a portfolio of some $140Bn in just 20 years. These days, it is no longer the most active player in the local residential market as it has interests in commercial, retail, business parks, industrial and logistics assets. Nevertheless, they are still behind some of the most iconic developments in town, including One Pearl Bank, Sky Habitat, D’Leedon, and The Interlace among others. 

Architect Notes

Bjarke Ingel Group (BIG) is a Copenhagen-based architecture practise with offices in New York and London. Their architectural philosophy comes from careful analysis of how contemporary life evolves and changes and seeks to mix conventional elements of living, leisure, and work with pragmatism and utopia. Some of their landmark projects include CopenHill (Denmark), Lego House (Denmark), and VIA 57 West (USA). The lead architect at CanningHill Piers is Copenhagen-based Brian Yang, who is of Singapore-American heritage and he was also behind the design of CapitaSpring, a mixed-use project in the CBD due to be completed in late 2021.

Stack Analysis

CanningHill Piers Site Plan

CanningHill Piers Site Plan

Best Stacks

CanningHill Piers Best Stacks

In general, there are 4 main outward-facing views – towards River Valley (North West facing), towards Singapore River and Pearl’s Hill (South West facing), towards Fort Canning Park (North East facing), and towards MBS, Clarke Quay, and the CBD (South East facing). 

My personal favourites would be the latter 2. To face Fort Canning Park and its vast greenery so close to the city is a rarity so that view takes the cake for me. There is a certain allure around the peace that greenery offers so that might grant some tired folks among us some respite after a hectic week. The South East facing towards MBS, Clarke Quay, and the CBD is not too shabby either – and for those for us working in the CBD, it is a good reminder of the reason you have been hustling for. 

The other units either face Moxy Hotel (21 storeys) or the Somerset Serviced Residence (20 storeys) so you will have to be on the higher floors to clear these buildings if you want views of any sort. 

Afternoon West Sun Analysis

Canninghill Piers West Sun 1

It’s clear that the north-west facing units are the hottest as it faces the afternoon sun for about half the year. These are stacks 02 to 05 and 17 – 20. Those looking to avoid both the morning and afternoon sun should aim for stacks 06-06 and 21-23.

Price Review

If you are considering CanningHill Piers, you will undoubtedly compare it against its neighbouring developments. So here is how it stacks up!

Development UnitsPsfTOPTenurePrice Gap
CanningHill Piers696$3,100202599 Years
Eden Residences Capitol39$3,233201699 Years+4%
Riviere455$2,656202399 Years-14%
The Avenir376$3,1352025Freehold+1%
Martin Modern450$2,758202199 Years-11%
UE Square495$1,8231997929 Years-41%
Aspen Heights606$1,9781998Freehold-36%

Indicative pricing for CanningHill Piers starts from $1.16m ($2,836 psf) for the 1 Bedroom, $2.16m ($2,641 psf) for the 2 Bedroom + Study, $2.75m ($2,904 psf) for the 3 Bedroom, $5.22m ($2,665 psf) for the 4 Bedroom, $8.1m ($2,905 psf) for the 5 Bedroom, $13m ($4,523 psf) for the Sky Suites and a whopping $50m ($5,581 psf) for the Super Penthouse. 

Interestingly, we see a trending up of psf from the 1 to 3 Bedroom units before tapering slightly for the 4 and 5 Bedroom units and exploding for the Sky Suites and Super Penthouse, presumably due to their rarity factor. It’s always interesting to find out the methodology behind a developer’s pricing, which we are often not privy to of course.

The condos I have chosen for comparison do vary quite a bit in terms of location and age but let me justify. 

First up, Eden Residences Capitol. It was the only residential development in District 6 before CanningHill Piers was launched. It is also an integrated project, with direct access to City Hall MRT (arguably the most central MRT around) and a retail mall (Capitol), hotel (Capitol Kempinski), and Capitol Theatre just below. It is also housed in 3 iconic conserved buildings, as I had covered previously in another article. Nevertheless, Eden Residences is a boutique development with just 39 units, compared to a full-fledged project we have here. When compared to Eden Residences, CanningHill Piers looks reasonable as the projected psf of $3,100 is even cheaper than the current average psf at Eden. New launches tend to have a new build premium but without having to factor that in, CanningHill is already the more reasonable option. 

Next up, would be the closest new launch/recently TOP-ed condos. This includes Riviere, The Avenir, and Martin Modern. The first 2 are new launches and have a price difference of -14% and +1% respectively. The 14% gap is justifiable given this development’s integrated nature, with direct access to the MRT. That said, buyers who prefer more peace and tranquility might opt for Riviere given its more ‘condo-like’ environment without a retail mall below. 

As for The Avenir, it has a 1% premium over CanningHill Piers, which is unsurprising as it is a Freehold project. Units at The Avenir also tend to be slightly larger especially for the 1 Bedroom units. This will come down to personal preference to me. If you are a fan of convenience, CanningHill Piers will undoubtedly be the indisputable choice. But if you prefer a Freehold project at this price point and a traditional condo with facilities such as a tennis court, The Avenir is not a shabby choice either. 

As for Martin Modern, prices have risen significantly from its launch in 2017 till today. Its lowest psf was $2,007 psf in 2017 with a unit of the same size (1,012 sqft) sold at $3,335 psf earlier in June 2021, representing up to a 66% paper gain for the early buyers. In any case, its average psf stands at an 11% discount to CanningHill Piers. Integrated developments have a natural premium, as we have seen from the likes of Pasir Ris 8 and Sengkang Grand Residences, so this 11% premium is certainly justifiable as well. 

Finally, CanningHill’s 2 closest resale competitors of reasonable size are Aspen Heights and UE Square. Both are Freehold/near Freehold but maintain a significant discount over CanningHill. Perspective matters, we know that new launches have surged way above their resale peers in recent years and it will not be an apple-to-apple comparison to do so. 

That’s a simplified overview, but for now, given how the majority of the units at CanningHill Piers are of the 1 and 2 bedroom variety, I’ll focus on the prices for such unit types around:

Canninghill Piers Map

The map highlights private properties in the area, with a 1km radius selected around CanningHill Piers. You can immediately see that while there are a lot of private properties in the River Valley area (top left side), there aren’t that many directly besides or opposite CanningHill Piers. And this is what makes this new launch special – not only is it the highest in an area, but it is also one of the few projects that have the Singapore River view, park view, and CBD view – admirable from an advantageous height few can boast about.

With such an advantage, we can expect a premium over its new launch and resale peers, so let’s take a look at what prices of resale condos 500m around look like:

Resale PriceTenureCompletion Year1BR Price1BR Size1BR Yield
ROBERTSON EDGE999 yrs from 01/07/18412008$808,000398 – 463 sqft3.71%
VIVACE999 yrs from 01/07/18412012$899,000398 – 452 sqft3.07%
RIVER PLACE99 yrs from 07/11/19951999$1,138,888678 – 872 sqft3.16%
CANNINGHILL PIERS99 yrs from 03/09/2021Est. 2025$1,160,000409 sqft
RIVERWALK APARTMENTS99 yrs from 15/12/19801985$1,297,500818 sqft2.96%
THE PIER AT ROBERTSONFreehold2006$1,400,000657 – 732 sqft3.00%
Source: URA. Prices from January – September 2021.

As usual, older resale developments tend to have bigger spaces. This is clear as most developments listed have 1-bedder units that are above 500 sqft – increasingly rare for new launches today. However, of interest are Robertson Edge and Vivace.

Both developments are not only cheaper, but they are also 999-year leasehold (so freehold in a way) and do come in very small unit sizes – similar to the size you can get at CanningHill Piers. Not only that, but they do offer a pretty decent rental yield for almost freehold properties – 3.07 – 3.71%.

Here’s what a 431 sqft unit at Roberson Edge units looks like:

Robertson Edge 431 sqft 1

A unit of this size went for $880,000 and is about the size of a 1 bedroom at CanningHill Piers. It does not have an entryway, and also has enough space for a study area. This price is about 24% cheaper (quantum-wise) than the cheapest 1 bedroom (indicative pricing) at CanningHill Piers.

However, it is not an integrated development, has fewer facilities (smaller number of units overall), and will be 17 years older by the time CanningHill Piers obtains its TOP. It also does not boast as much of a good view as what CanningHill Piers offers. Moreover, the 431 sqft unit here does include planter and bay windows. Now here’s what the smallest 1-bedroom at CanningHill Piers look like:

canninghill piers 1 bedroom

The 1-bedroom here is small and unfortunately does include a sizeable amount of space at the entranceway. However, it does have more kitchen countertop space and no unnecessary bay windows or planters.

Next, let’s look at the rental rates here:

Project1BR Average Size1BR Median Rental2BR Average Size2BR Median Rental
RIVERPLACE775$3,0001,124$3,900
RIVERWALK APARTMENTS850$3,2001,250$4,300
ROBERTSON EDGE438$2,500642$2,925
THE IMPERIAL957$4,700
THE PIER AT ROBERTSON703$3,5001,058$5,000
UE SQUARE939$3,5001,118$3,800
VIVACE386$2,300637$3,000

Assuming a $2,500 monthly rental rate for the 1 bedroom at Robertson Edge, you’re looking at a rental yield of around 3.4% for the $880,000 unit.

For the $1,160,000 CanningHill Piers unit to match this yield, it needs to command a minimum rental of $3,286 per month.

This is just my opinion, but I do think that CanningHill Piers would not have any difficulty reaching this amount. In fact, we could even see rental rates going from $3,500 per month onwards.

The reason is due to the lack of integrated developments in the vicinity, as well as the views it offers. The attraction of having a potentially popular mall in the area mixed with the F&B lifestyle along the Singapore River and connectivity to the CBD could come together as the perfect combination to make this what could probably be the most rentable development in the area.

Next, what’s interesting to note is that the 1 bedroom is actually cheaper than the very old 99-year leasehold development, Riverwalk Apartments. In June, an 818 sqft 1 bedroom unit here went for $1,245,000. This is about a 7.3% premium over the smallest unit at CanningHill Piers. Here’s what the unit looks like:

While I am all for a bigger space, it’s safe to say that at this size, the space might not be the most efficient. Moreover, this large size has led to a situation where the quantum becomes quite unpalatable for a lot of buyers. Investors, in particular, should be cautious about buying such a large 1-bedroom unit. It is probably why as an old leasehold project, the rental yield here is just about 3% when leasehold projects of such an age should be attaining about 3.5-4% rental yields.

In fact, the unit is so big to the point that it feels almost wasted that a 2nd bedroom is not inside here.

Moving forward, I do think that the much smaller CanningHill Piers, with its newer facilities and Integrated status would still be more attractive to tenants than this dated-looking development, making it more rentable in the longer run. It is also more relevant to investors going forward since larger 1 bedroom units fell out of favour.

Next, let’s look at the 2-bedroom units.

Resale PriceTenureCompletion Year2BR Price2BR Size2BR Yield
ROBERTSON EDGE999 yrs from 01/07/18412008$950,000474 sqft3.69%
VIVACE999 yrs from 01/07/18412012$1,150,000570 sqft3.13%
RIVER PLACE99 yrs from 07/11/19951999$1,435,000969 – 1055 sqft3.26%
RIVERWALK APARTMENTS99 yrs from 15/12/19801985$1,780,0001259 sqft2.90%
UE SQUARE929 yrs from 01/01/19531997$1,910,0001055 – 1173 sqft2.39%
THE PIER AT ROBERTSONFreehold2006$2,010,0001023 sqft2.99%
CANNINGHILL PIERS99 yrs from 03/09/2021Est. 2025$2,160,000*818 sqft
THE IMPERIALFreehold2006$2,200,000980 sqft2.56%
Source: URA. Transactions from January – September 2021.

*Update 15 November 2021: We previously wrote that the 2-bedroom unit starts from $2,160,000. This is incorrect. It is the 2-bedroom + study that starts from $2,160,000.

The CanningHill Piers 2 bedroom + study unit is going for an indicative price of $2,160,000. This makes it the 2nd most expensive 2 bedroom within the vicinity – not much of a surprise here given it’s a new launch with an integrated status.

Unlike the 1-bedroom units here, the 2-bedroom + study unit at CanningHill Piers seems miles away from its resale peers in terms of price. All but 1 freehold/almost freehold project costs less, and in some cases has a larger size overall.

However, if you calculate the $PSF, you’ll see that CanningHill Piers indicative $PSF is at $2,641 psf for the 2-bedroom + study compared to the $2,836 psf for the 1-bedroom.

While the $PSF is very attractive, the overall quantum still more or less commands a premium over surrounding developments. But why should anyone pay a premium for a leasehold property over a freehold one?

To answer this, I’ll look at another integrated development that’s 99-year leasehold and compare it to a freehold nearby – The Poiz Residences vs. One Leceister.

YearONE LEICESTERTHE POIZ RESIDENCES
2006$615
2007$675
2008$835
2009$825
2010$947
2011$1,096
2012$1,211
2013$1,357
2014$1,257
2015$1,181$1,446
2016$1,181$1,460
2017$1,216$1,403
2018$1,270$1,402
2019$1,327$1,563
2020$1,406$1,703
2021$1,380$1,718
Source: URA

When The Poiz Residences first launched, its average $PSF was $1,446 – a 22.4% premium over its freehold peer. 6 years in, One Leicester has appreciated 17% while The Poiz Residences appreciated 19%.

In terms of gains then, it would seem that the 99-year leasehold did fare better. But is it really a surprise?

We have highlighted the effects of freehold vs leasehold in our recent case study of Jardin vs Gardenvista that it is difficult to judge a development just by looking at its tenure – particularly true if we’re concerned over the first 10-20 years of a development’s performance. There is a lot more than just tenure and age when it comes to demand!

I have also pointed out in my review of Riviere that the premise of paying more for a leasehold development here isn’t too daunting considering what happened to Martin Modern. Indeed, you can see how people are willing to pay up to $3,000psf for a 99-year leasehold condo here – and certainly not as iconic as CanningHill Piers too!

martin modern transactions

Of course, it’s a long shot to say that CanningHill Piers would perform as well as Martin Modern and continue to appreciate. Instead, what we can draw from here is that the secondary market has come to accept this pricing in the area, and Canninghill Piers’s $PSF certainly does not look as unreasonable as some might think.

Next, let’s see how prices at Canninghill Piers compare with its new launch peers.

Here’s a look at the $PSF for transactions between 409 – 560 sqft (size of the 1-bedroom units):

Project NameMedian Unit Price ($ PSF)TENURE
PEAK RESIDENCE$2,388Freehold
FOURTH AVENUE RESIDENCES$2,40099 yrs from 07/03/2018
KOPAR AT NEWTON$2,46599 yrs from 22/04/2019
WILSHIRE RESIDENCES$2,601Freehold
ONE BERNAM$2,60299 yrs from 10/12/2019
DUNEARN 386$2,608Freehold
35 GILSTEAD$2,616Freehold
HAUS ON HANDY$2,66899 yrs from 07/05/2018
IRWELL HILL RESIDENCES$2,67799 yrs from 13/04/2020
LEEDON GREEN$2,704Freehold
GRANGE 1866$2,743Freehold
THE HYDE$2,761Freehold
JERVOIS MANSION$2,779Freehold
THE M$2,79399 yrs from 03/07/2019
CANNINGHILL PIERS$2,83699 yrs from 03/09/2021
PULLMAN RESIDENCES NEWTON$2,895Freehold
RV ALTITUDE$2,921Freehold
MIDTOWN MODERN$2,98999 yrs from 10/12/2019
ONE HOLLAND VILLAGE RESIDENCES$2,99099 yrs from 13/08/2018
THE AVENIR$3,002Freehold
MIDTOWN BAY$3,02399 yrs from 02/01/2018
3 CUSCADEN$4,213Freehold
Source: URA. Prices from January – November 2021 (incomplete).

Note: Martin Modern is included here as it also registered new sales during this period.

You can see that in terms of the 1-bedroom unit, CanningHill Piers is actually more affordable ($PSF wise) than another Integrated Development – Midtown Modern and Midtown Bay which is both slightly older.

Midtown Modern and Midtown Bay are also both pretty strong in their offering. They are integrated directly with Bugis MRT which is an interchange between the Downtown Line and the East-West Line. They boast F&B options and are in proximity to Grade A offices nearby.

All of these traits are very similar to CanningHill Piers (except it’s not sitting on an interchange). But CanningHill Piers is close to nature given its proximity to the park, and few can boast of being at the doorstep to the Singapore River.

Of course, this is just the indicative pricing which we expect to be higher, but otherwise, it does seem to be priced on par with equivalent new launches.

But it is even better for the 2-bedroom units (732 – 883 sqft)

Project NameMedian Unit Price ($ PSF)Tenure
PARKSUITES2,091110 yrs from 01/11/2017
FYVE DERBYSHIRE$2,334Freehold
PEAK RESIDENCE$2,351Freehold
ONE BERNAM$2,39799 yrs from 10/12/2019
10 EVELYN$2,429Freehold
ONE HOLLAND VILLAGE RESIDENCES$2,49899 yrs from 13/08/2018
WILSHIRE RESIDENCES$2,519Freehold
THE M$2,52299 yrs from 03/07/2019
MOOI RESIDENCES$2,547Freehold
JERVOIS MANSION$2,548Freehold
35 GILSTEAD$2,595Freehold
NEU AT NOVENA$2,623Freehold
CANNINGHILL PIERS$2,64199 yrs from 03/09/2021
IRWELL HILL RESIDENCES$2,65299 yrs from 13/04/2020
LEEDON GREEN$2,677Freehold
GRANGE 1866$2,730Freehold
ROYALGREEN$2,778Freehold
MARTIN MODERN$2,79599 yrs from 28/09/2016
THE HYDE$2,835Freehold
MIDTOWN BAY$3,02899 yrs from 02/01/2018
THE ATELIER$3,040Freehold
THE AVENIR$3,111Freehold
SLOANE RESIDENCES$3,211Freehold
8 HULLET$3,671Freehold
3 CUSCADEN$4,213Freehold
Source: URA. Transactions from January – November 2021 (incomplete).

At $2,641 psf, CanningHill Piers is even more affordable ($PSF wise) than its new launch “rival” Irwell Hill Residences. Irwell Hill Residences is a few minutes walk to Great World Shopping Centre and Great World MRT which is certainly not as convenient as CanningHill Piers. And at this price, you could see it as being around 13% cheaper than the new Integrated Development Midtown Bay!

At this $PSF, it also looks really reasonable considering it is less expensive than projects that are not as well connected and have fewer F&B options in the area such as The Atelier and Sloane Residences. Of course, these are freehold projects, but you can clearly see that the premium to own an iconic integrated development still makes its $PSF pretty reasonable compared to its peers.

Overall, I think that the excellent locational attributes, proximity to the park, and great views will continue to prop up rental demand for this project and in turn, support its prices.

Appreciation Analysis

  1. Iconic Project with Perpetual Views

CanningHill Piers is not only the tallest residential building (48 storeys, 180m) along the Singapore River, but is also surrounded by many conserved regions close by. This includes the Clarke Quay precinct of shophouses and Fort Canning Hill. This ensures that the views you enjoy will almost certainly be there to stay, bar an unexpected u-turn in government policy. This makes this development a rare project to own, as it will boast of unblocked views that are increasingly hard to find, and much more so in the Central region.

  1. Decently Priced Integrated Development 

Integrated developments have a premium over their neighbouring condos, as established clearly in the OCR launches in the form of Pasir Ris 8 and Sengkang Grand Residences in recent years. Yet, if we look at the price review chart above, we notice that there is a little premium that has been built into a project that has both a mall and MRT at its doorstep. Not to mention the entire Clarke Quay area that residents will be able to stroll out to in the evenings. Being priced sensitively will allow buyers to retain value well and enhance yield for investors looking to let their units out. 

What we like
  • Very centrally located
  • River views, Marina Bay views, and Fort Canning views
  • Travel connectivity
  • Upscale design
  • Sky Club on 45th Floor
What we don’t like
  • Facing hotel and serviced residences for some units
  • Busyness below could be overwhelming

Our Take

canninghill piers showflat model 1

Every once in a while you get something iconic in nature, whether it be a modern-futuristic project like Marina One Residences or the eye-catching Reflections at Keppel Bay. CanningHill Piers is undoubtedly one such development to be included, and it will be an exciting addition to the Clarke Quay precinct. Not to mention, it is the only integrated development to include a hotel, serviced apartments, and a retail mall. 

For me though, the best part about CanningHill Piers is its location. It’s probably been overused to death – but I am impressed by the combination of views that are available here. It’s not often you get to boast of views of the Singapore River, Marina Bay, and Fort Canning Hill, and it is something I find incredibly rare and priceless. 

It’s not just about the views though. As a lifestyle, it is nearly a perfect choice. It’s close enough to the CBD that travelling will not be a chore, yet it is in a very liveable location. The Clarke Quay area, Robertson Quay, and Orchard are all very close by, and the fact that you can still enjoy a walk by the Singapore River or choose to take a short hike at Fort Canning Hill is a luxury not many can choose from. 

The design of CanningHill Piers is modern and striking and rejuvenates the Clarke Quay area that has been void of any landmark development for a couple of decades now. The 4 towers are also seamlessly connected with each other with a drape of sorts and integrate well with the promenade leading to Clarke Quay. 

While everything may sound very positive so far, there are of course downsides to consider. For one, with the hotel, serviced residences, and the open nature of the lower levels, it is going to attract a considerable amount of traffic. So if you’re the sort that prefers somewhere quieter, it’s easy to see this isn’t the development for you. 

It’s also not one for families with younger children, as it is there’s only one primary school nearby and the lack of a truly open area for kids to run around will be something on the minds of those that are attracted to the convenient location. 

Also, its design does create a bit of a flaw for the balconies in the units, as the external facade will make the balconies feel a little darker and more ‘internal’. Additionally, you will definitely have to pay the premium for the outer facing views, as internally you will be facing the different towers of the projects. 

Finally, the indicative prices also look relatively attractive compared to the new launch peers in the vicinity. There does not seem to be much of a price premium packed in on the back of its integrated development status, making CanningHill Piers seem rather reasonably priced. 

Overall, I believe that CanningHill Piers has been well thought out to attract its targeted clientele – and those that fall within that range will no doubt be seriously considering it right now.

What this means for you

You might like CanningHill Piers if you:

  • Wish to own a rare Central development:

    Being the tallest residential building in the area with views of Fort Canning Hill, Marina Bay, Singapore River and beyond, Canninghill Piers is also situated in a zone with many conservation buildings, making the views you have almost perpetual.

  • Enjoy the convenience of an integrated development:

    Integrated with a mall and MRT station, CanningHill Piers gives you convenience that few Central projects can rival.

  • Desire to be in the heart of Singapore’s nightlife:

    Lifestyle options are just steps away as you have the Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay precincts close by.

You may not like CanningHill Piers if you:

  • Prefer more condo-like elements:

    Some among us (myself included) prefer developments that are away from the hustle and bustle of the city with full condo facilities such as a tennis court and regular shaped 50m lap pools.

  • Have a limited budget:

    While I do feel that this project is rather reasonably priced compared to its peers, it is a Central project that appeals to a select group of buyers who have the ability to fork out more than $2m for a 2 Bedroom unit.

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