Freehold waterfront living in the city is a reality with Sky Everton. Poised as the new waterfront gateway to future living as part of URA’s Master Plan, known as Greater Southern Waterfront – as mentioned by PM Lee in National Day Rally 2019 – Sky Everton will be seated in a vibrant enclave along Singapore’s southern coast to live, work and play. This Greater Southern Waterfront is six times the size of marina bay, stretching 30-kilometres from Marina East to Pasir Panjang.
Sky Everton brings about the notion of connected city living, being a short walking distance to Outram Park MRT Station – a triple-line interchange that connects the North-East Line, East-West Line and the upcoming Thomson-East Coast Line (opening in phases starting 2020). With the completion of Circle Line 6 in 2025, residents at Sky Everton can simply take a 2- minute walk to the upcoming Cantonment MRT Station.
As part of an upcoming waterfront district, Sky Everton will allow residents to enjoy new live-work-play concepts in Singapore’s expanding CBD, as a facelift is slated for the current port sites at Tanjong Pagar. Keppel Club will also give way to new residential developments (both private and public housing), while the nearby St James Power Station will be redeveloped into an office complex. These developments will take place by 2027 to provide housing, commercial and entertainment opportunities.
With major transformations underway, as part of URA’s Master Plan, Sky Everton is located in a neighbourhood that offers immense growth potential.
Here, old meets the new in a beautiful convergence. Quaint streets with nostalgic shophouses are juxtaposed against skyscrapers and amid a lively scene both day and night. Nearby shopping and dining havens include Marina Bay Sands, Vivocity, Tanjong Pagar Centre, Icon Village, 100AM Mall and Raffles City.