Reside at an iconic address along the Singapore River. Located at Jiak Kim Street, Riviere is a luxurious development nestled in a private enclave at the residential end of prime Robertson Quay. Following this river, residents will arrive at Singapore’s commercial centres, the CBD and Marina Bay.
Fronting a river view, Riviere will sit within a site that comprises of two luxurious residential towers, three conservation warehouses and a suite of serviced apartments. Of which, the three conservation warehouses will be transformed into a riverfront lifestyle stop that converges bars, bistros, cafes, grocers, as well as yoga and culinary schools.
Developed by Frasers Property Limited, renowned for bespoke residential developments and serviced apartments, and designed by award-winning architecture firm SCDA, Riviere will reflect the finest.
Riviere will be within a short walking distance from 2 MRT Stations, namely the upcoming Great World MRT (8-min) and Havelock MRT (9-min) – underground stations located along the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL), slated for opening in 2021 and connecting residents to destinations like Orchard, Shenton Way, Marina Bay, Gardens by the Bay and Marine Parade, as well as the north region of Singapore.
Residents will also be directly connected to the Downtown Core – another precinct earmarked as an economic and cultural heart as planned by URA.
Riverside living by Singapore River means that residents can soak in the vibrancy offered at three quays, namely the Robertson Quay, Clarke Quay and Boat Quay, making Riviere a sought-after address for rental, especially among expats from America, Korea and Japan.
Great World City, The Central and Liang Court are some of the nearby shopping malls. Within the vicinity, established international schools include LASALLE, Crescent Girls’ School, Gan Eng Seng School, River Valley School, Chatsworth International School and ISS International School.
Nearby parks include Fort Canning Park and Kim Seng Park.
Read more about Riviere from The Straits Times:
Two luxury residential towers coming up next to former Zouk site