Kallang Riverside

Kallang Riverside

Kallang Riverside is a luxrious freehold mixed development @ the Greater Marina Bay District. Besides being conveniently linked to the New Sports Hub, URA Master Plan 2013 had outlined the Major Transformation Plan of the area which consists of 64-ha Waterfront Precinct of 4,000 new residential homes, 3,000 prime waterfront hotel rooms and approximately 400,000sqm of offices, retail & entertainment...

Kallang Riverside

Kallang Riverside is a luxrious freehold mixed development @ the Greater Marina Bay District. Besides being conveniently linked to the New Sports Hub, URA Master Plan 2013 had outlined the Major Transformation Plan of the area which consists of 64-ha Waterfront Precinct of 4,000 new residential homes, 3,000 prime waterfront hotel rooms and approximately 400,000sqm of offices, retail & entertainment...

URA releases sales conditions for Kallang hotel site

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has released the detailed sales conditions for a hotel site (Land Parcel B) located at Kallang Riverside. The land parcel, which can potentially yield about 490 hotel rooms, has an area of about 0.82 hectares with a lease period of 99 years. The site has a maximum permissible gross floor area of about 22,900 square metres and a maximum allowable building height of...

URA releases first sale site at Kallang Riverside for hotel development

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has released the first sale site at Kallang Riverside for hotel development. The 0.74-hectares land parcel will be made available on the reserve list under the Government Land Sales Programme for the first half of 2009. URA said the plot has a permissible gross floor area of 20,917 square meters with a maximum building height of 16 storeys. The site will have a...

URA gazettes Singapore’s Master Plan 2008

Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has gazetted its Master Plan 2008. It is a statutory land use plan that guides physical development of the country for the next 10 to 15 years. Some 200,000 people visited the exhibition of the Draft Master Plan 2008 over the past six months. And as part of public consultation process, the urban planners also reviewed 300 feedback received during the...

Government releases eight confirmed sites for sale

Capitol Centre at Stamford Road may be demolished to make way for a new hotel to meet demand for hotel rooms. The location is one of eight confirmed sites that have been released for sale, under the Government's Land Sales programme. The Ministry of National Development also announced on Thursday that it will release enough land to potentially build nearly 8,000 private residential units, in the second...

Kallang, Paya Lebar to be developed as new commercial hubs

Kallang and Paya Lebar will be developed into new commercial hubs, just like the Jurong Lake District. This is part of the government's Draft Master Plan, which charts land use over the next 10 to 15 years. Marina Bay and the city centre will continue to be the key commercial node in Singapore. New growth areas like Tanjong Pagar, Beach Road and the Ophir-Rochor corridor will also be developed. However,...

Leisure Plan drawn up to enhance recreational options in Singapore

In the near future, one will be able to stroll, jog or cycle around the whole of Singapore just by following an extensive route. The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) is developing a 150-kilometre round-island path as part of its Leisure Plan. Overview of Gardens by the Bay site National Development Minister Mah Bow Tan revealed details of new recreational options at the Architectural Design Awards...

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