You are in the company of something quite extraordinary when both the encounter and experience leave you breathless and in awe. Reflections at Keppel Bay, in all its design and architecture wonder, has just that effect. As well as being located in a dramatically developing precinct in Singapore’s Southern Waterfront, this has grabbed the attention of Asia, if not the world.
Reflections at Keppel Bay is a cutting-edge world-class development designed by the internationally-acclaimed master architect, David Libeskind. Libeskind’s design is unprecedented in waterfront development, not only in Asia but around the world.
Reflections at Keppel Bay is ranked amongst Libeskind’s most celebrated works. It takes pride of place among his most noteworthy creations, such as award-winning Jewish Museum of Berlin, Denver Art Museum, Fiera Milano in Italy and Zlota 44 in Warsaw, Poland.
REFLECTIONS AT KEPPEL BAY
WORLD-CLASS WATERFRONT LIVING AT ITS FINEST
Truly iconic. Reflections at Keppel Bay’s mesmerising architecture is a Daniel Libeskind showcase in Asia.
Combining courageous forms and classical elegance, the towers breathtakingly rise like “beacons of light” at the gateway of Singapore’s southern waterfront with commanding views of the sea, golf course, parks and Mount Faber.
Housed within 6 sky towers and 11 villa-style apartments blocks are 1,129 exquisite waterfront homes, ranging from 2-bedroom to 4-bedroom apartments to spacious penthouses and the 13,300 sq ft grand penthouse which features 6 bedrooms and a huge entertainment lounge.
Taking centre stage in this development is a 100,000 sq ft reflecting pool skirting the towers and villa-apartments. Lifestyle amenities such an Olympic-length swimming pool and a state-of-the-art gymnasium provide a stylish ambience for leisure and social gathering.
An architectural feat, six glass towers at alternating heights of between 24 and 41 storeys
rise like beacons of light at the water’s edge.
Located just minutes away from the Central Business District and within walking distance to Singapore’s largest shopping mall VivoCity and entertainment hot spot, St James Power Station, homeowners can indulge in a variety of dining and leisure options. Across from Reflections at Keppel Bay is Sentosa Island, home to Resorts World Sentosa and Universal Studio Singapore theme park.
- Blangah Rise Primary School 1.02 km
- Shelton College International 1.30 km
- Lock Road Kindergarten 1.47 km
- ISS International School (Preston Campus) 1.65 km
- Radin Mas Primary School 1.72 km
- Canadian International School (Middle) 1.93 km
- NTUC Fairprice(Telok Blangah) 0.72 km
- Cold Storage(HarbourFront Centre) 1.09 km
- Giant(Vivocity) 1.34 km
- Market Place(Naturally) 1.34 km
- NTUC Fairprice(Depot) 1.56 km
- NTUC Fairprice(Bt Merah) 1.91 km
- Telok Blangah MRT Circle Line 0.37 km
- Labrador Park MRT Circle Line 1.14 km
- Harbourfront (NE1) 1.27 km
- Keppel Marina 0.15 km
- The PSA Club 0.21 km
- Keppel Driving Range 0.39 km
- Keppel Club 0.46 km
- Mount Faber Park 1.04 km
- Telok Blangah Hill Park 1.28 km
- SAFRA Mt Faber 1.37 km
- Hort Park – The Gardening Hub 1.82 km
- The Southern Ridges 1.82 km
BIG PLANS FOR THE SOUTHERN WATERFRONT
- The new waterfront city will most likely be seamlessly integrated with waterfront housing, hotels and buildings that are used for commercial, retail and entertainment.
- New public spaces will be formed to create new city districts. The entire area will be car-free and the district will be filled with rich and vibrant public spaces such as lovely streetscapes.
- Marina Bay’s Central Linear could be linked by a continuous, uninterrupted 30Km-long waterfront development. Imagine the current green spaces such as Mount Faber, Labrador Park being connected to the Garden By the Bay. Cyclists or joggers will be able to move from one place of interest to another without being interrupted by the road traffic.
- A new reservoir between Tanjong Pagar and Pulau Brani could also be formed to serve as an additional water supply in Singapore. It would also allow for the creation of an attractive network of canals through human-scale neighbourhood with lively streetscapes.
- With land size of about 1,000 hectares, three times the sizes of Marina Bay, the region that would be painted in the mind as imagination only after 2030.
- The original plan of relocation of the City and Pasir Panjang terminals would help to free up 325 and 600 hectares of waterfront land respectively. With both terminals would be operational ready by 2027. These areas that are currently occupied by the two terminals would provide a great opportunity and potential for future redevelopment.
Keppel Land is the property arm of the Keppel Group, one of Singapore’s largest multinational groups with key businesses in offshore and marine, property as well as infrastructure and investment.
One of Asia;s premier property companies, Keppel Land is recognised for its sterling portfolio of award-winning residential developments and investment-grade commercial properties as well as high standards of corporate governance and transparency.