The Reef At King’s Dock To Open For Preview This Saturday
Mapletree Investments and Keppel Land are readied to release for preview a new luxurious waterside proposal– The Reef at King’s Dock– 16January 2021, with observations purely by appointment only.
Reasonably settled among the HarbourFront furthermore Keppel Bay districts, the project is within the GSW, “that the govt plans to modify into an all-new major gateway for civic staying along SG southern coast”, announced the developers.
Expected to become accomplished by 2K25, The Reef at King’s Dock is going to offer ten housing towers making up 4hundred 29 homes of a single to 3 rooms residences with sizings running amidst 431 square foot and 1.572K square ft.
Costs to get the 1 bed room will begin with approximately $960,000, $1,600,000 for the two-bedders and also $2,800,000 for the three bed rooms.
Features at the development consist of a gym, roof garden, tennis court, multi-purpose spaces plus kid’s fun zone.
It furthermore offer “SG’s 1st floating deck in a residence property, located in the waters of King’s Dock”.
The 1hundred 80 metres floating deck will house an Olympic-length swimming pool, a revitalization pool as well as a recreation pool. It will additionally feature an aquatic monitoring location where tenants and guests can view the marine conservation around King’s Dock.
“We rejoice to work together with a similar associate namely Mapletree to bring a high-grade brand new condominium to the luxurious Keppel Bay waterfront precinct. The Reef at King’s Dock was considerately and also innovatively produced to mutually unite the civic as well as holistic surroundings, with the purpose of creating a sanctuary look property that tenants would definitely expect reaching home to every day,” shared Ng Ooi Hooi, President (Singapore as well as Territorial Investments), Keppel Land.
The sales gallery for The Reef at King’s Dock can be situated at the foot of HarbourFront Avenue.
Reservations are going to launch from 30 Jan, as soon as the property is released.