Singapore Property | The Business Times reports that Frasers Property Singapore launched Rivière, a high-end residential property strategically located along the Singapore River, for viewing on 25 May.
The 99-year leasehold development is expected to be completed by 2023 and will consist of 455 units throughout two 36-story towers. It provides one- to four-bedder units whose sizes are between 560 sq. ft. and 2,002 sq. ft. Rivière prices begin from $2,580 per sq. ft. (psf).
“Every exemplary city has a historic river, and Singapore isn’t an exception. With Rivière, we are working day and night to build a space that would maximize the benefits that come with its unique and important location,” pointed out CEO Christopher Tang of Frasers Property.
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Raised more than 18m above ground level, Rivière’s units provide breathtaking views of the nearby Singapore River. On the 37th story of the development, there is a sky deck that enjoys city views together with a cafeteria and spas. You may view floor plans here.
This upcoming development enjoys unparalleled connectivity. It is close to three MRT stations – the Great World City, the forthcoming Havelock, and the Fort Canning station.
Developer Frasers Property intends to develop Rivière’s neighbourhood. This huge development will feature three reserved century-old warehouses in Jiak Kim Street, and freshly built 4-story serviced apartments. The warehouses will consist of a specialised grocery store and a couple of food and beverage shops. The developer plans to launch this luxurious development in phases beginning in July. Fraser Property is one of the leading residential developers in Singapore. It also owns and operates malls in the same country. It has built and sold over 20,000 properties and owns and/or runs 12 shopping centers and 10 office and commercial properties. The developer has expanded its business to several countries like Australia, Vietnam, China, and Thailand. Fraser Property has developed several award-winning properties like the Sydney-based Central Park and Thailand-based One Bangkok.