Future Gateway to Live, Work and Play
The Greater Southern Waterfront, spanning to Marina East from Pasir Panjang along Singapore’s southern coast, is the latest mega transformation which will create a new major gateway to live, work and play.
The redevelopment will start with Keppel Club, the old Pasir Panjang Power District and Mount Faber, and will be completed in stages in the next 5-10 years.
Pasir Panjang Redevelopment
The two old power station buildings and the surrounding decommissioned industrial structures, form the core of the Pasir Panjang Power District. The district can be transformed into a new destination with waterfront setting.
Linking Green & Blue
Places of interest along the Greater Southern Waterfront will be connected via a waterfront promenade. West Coast Park will connect to Labrador Nature Reserve through the new Pasir Panjang Linear Park. More connections will also link places of interest along the waterfront to the hilltops. Visitors will enjoy a unique recreational experience.
Keppel Club Redevelopment
A new residential district will occupy the land where Keppel Club currently sits on. Future residents will appreciate easy access to the waterfront, 2 MRT stations nearby and the surrounding nature.
The site redevelopment will be guided by a green and blue plan that will complement Berlayer Creek and Labrador Park nearby. Residents will enjoy the convenience of being connected to public transport nodes and amenities in the new neighbourhood.
With the planned transformation of the Greater Southern Waterfront, as well as several upcoming enhancements to the Bukit Merah estate, residents of Avenue South Residence will be well positioned to reap the benefits from the new rejuvenated district.