Hyll on Holland sits on a prime site with a coveted dual-frontage facing Singapore River and Fort Canning Hill. Its redevelopment offers CapitaLand a prized opportunity to deliver an upmarket, high-rise riverfront residential development that comes with stunning views of Singapore River and the city centre. The commercial component of the integrated development will be seamlessly connected to Clarke Quay, offering residents the convenience of top-notch F&B and retail offerings right on their doorstep. Drawing on CapitaLand’s extensive experience in creating award-winning integrated developments, we will harness our partnership with CDL to shape the property into a fresh focal point along the Singapore River for local and international visitors of all ages.
The Singapore River planning area is a vibrant local and international icon – home to a myriad of cultural, heritage and lifestyle offerings. Situated in the heart of Clarke Quay – Singapore’s most popular riverfront lifestyle and entertainment precinct – and on the fringe of Singapore’s Central Business District, the proposed integrated development is linked to the Central Expressway via River Valley Road. It enjoys excellent connectivity to public transport with a direct link to Fort Canning MRT Station on the Downtown Line and is a short walk from Clarke Quay MRT Station on the North East Line. The property is also connected to an overhead pedestrian bridge that provides direct access to Fort Canning Park, a well-known historical hilltop landmark.
For nature lovers and history buffs, Fort Canning Park just across the development looks set to provide hours of quiet respite as a green oasis in the city. The 18-hectare park is one of Singapore’s most prominent historical landmarks and is filled with attractions, from sprawling lawns, to lush greenery, gazebos, a spice garden, and the Battle Box, a former underground military complex that was used in World War II. Over the longer term, the government – under its Master Plan 2019 – has outlined plans to improve connectivity in the precinct, creating a continuous hill-to-hill link from Fort Canning Park towards Singapore River and eventually to Pearl’s Hill City Park, offering the public a seamless belt of leisure and recreation.