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The much-talked-about Greater Southern Waterfront is set to transform 30 km of Singapore’s Southern coastline from Pasir Panjang to Marina East into a new gateway for urban living. If you’re living in or planning to reside near Keppel Club, soothing local green spaces such as Mount Faber or the Pasir Panjang Power District, you’re in luck! This massive project to develop the ‘Live, Work, Play’ gateway of the South is bound to improve amenities, facilities and connectivity in your neighbourhood. Here’s what we think residents living around the area will enjoy in the years to come:

Distinctive recreational experience 

As part of the Greater Southern Waterfront development, Pulau Brani, the island between Singapore and Sentosa, will be redeveloped to create more recreational spaces for residents and visitors.  The new Pasir Panjang Linear Park will also connect with West Coast Park to Labrador Nature Reserve to offer a glimpse of the two decommissioned Pasir Panjang power stations between Labrador Nature Reserve and the current Pasir Panjang port terminal. The defunct stations will be transformed into lifestyle destinations that promise to pump up the fun and vibrancy of the precinct.

Excellent connectivity           

The new developments near the Keppel Club site will bring accessibility and connectivity up a notch with two new MRT stations and seamless connectors along the continuous waterfront promenade. This allows the estate to go car-lite and residents can conveniently get around the vicinity by walking or cycling.  

Just imagine having a smooth connector that links Labrador Park to the Rail Corridor and West Coast Park to Kent Ridge Park. The connectors allow residents and visitors to explore the estate on foot while enjoying the amenities along the promenade.

In time to come, there may even be a cable car station and a new funicular system at the foothill of Mount Faber to carry visitors to the hilltop. This provides easy access to Mount Faber and the rest of the 10 km-long Southern Ridges.

More commercial spaces   

Adding to the list of prominent business parks like Mapletree Business City and Alexandra Technopark Tower in the precinct, more office spaces are likely to be added to the Great Southern Waterfront to allow more residents to work near where they live.  This assures shorter commutes to and from work, and residents can make the most of their time for better work-life balance. 

If you’ve just invested in a residential property near the Greater Southern Waterfront region, surely the increase in commercial spaces is good news to you.  Such development ensures a steady tenant pool and increases the profitability of your property.

Living close to the Greater Southern Waterfront region can be such a delightful experience that increases your quality of life and lets you live, work and play close to home.

If this is what you are looking for, visit the new condominium launch of Terra Hill (former Flynn Park) to explore the possibility of residing in this exciting neighbourhood.  The luxury condominium with 271 units of modern homes and full facilities located along Yew Siang Road may just be the ideal home you’re looking for.