Former Liang Court to be redeveloped to Canninghill Square Integrated Development

Source: | Robertson Quay Areas Near To Canninghill Square Condo Integrated Mixed Development at River Valley Clarke Quay by CDL and CapitaLand

Using two residential blocks, the prior Liang Court website at Clarke Quay is predicted to be changed into Canninghill Square incorporated development.

City Developments (CDL) and CapitaLand shown in a joint press release on Thursday (Nov 21) they would be united by Ascott Residence Trust (Ascott Reit) in the job that’s scheduled to be available in stages in 2024.

Canninghill Square is an upcoming integrated development situated at River Valley Road and in the vicinity of Clarke Quay. For official project details, floor plans, and showflat appointment to be obtained at

The Website currently includes Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay resort, Liang Court mall and Singapore flats at Somerset Liang Court.

With roughly gross floor space of 100,263 sq m, a commercial part, a hotel and a serviced residence would also be contained in the proposed improvement, which can be subject to government’ acceptance, the release said.

The redeveloped place could be closely linked to the MRT of Fort Canning, ” it stated.

Strategies for the website follow the projected selling of its whole bet in Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay from CDL Hospitality Trusts (CDLHT) into CDL-CapitaLand joint venture entities and CDL, the developers said.

Ascott Reit is also likely to sell a part of its Somerset Liang Court Singapore attention to CDL, the release continued.

Upon building, the industrial and residential components will be held from the 50:50 CDL-CapitaLand joint venture businesses, while Ascott Reit will have a hotel permit for the 192-unit insulated home.

Under a forward buying deal with CDL, CDLHT will have the resort, that will have between 460 to 475 spaces. Marriott International will operate the resort beneath the Moxy title though, according to the joint announcement, the serviced home will keep its Somerset branding.

It’s expected that the proposal could increase footfall and improve mobility for pedestrians across the Singapore River.