CanningHill Piers

177 River Valley Road, Singapore

CanningHill Piers | Location Map

A Home Without Peer For A Life Without Compare

Jointly developed by CapitaLand Development (CLD) and City Developments Limited (CDL), there is no place quite like CanningHill Piers. On one side lies glittering Singapore River and its vibrant cafes, bars and restaurants. On the other side, the verdant tranquillity of Fort Canning Hill provides the perfect foil. Beyond its unmatched position overlooking two of Singapore’s historic sites, this new luxury residence is set to be a landmark in its own right.

Bearing the bold signature of lauded architectural frm BIG–Bjarke Ingels Group, CanningHill Piers rises proudly above Clarke Quay. And as part of a transformative integrated precinct housing an inspired mix of F&B, retail, hotel and serviced residence too — truly, the very best of life is yours for the taking.

Go Far With All The Right Connections

Seamlessly connected to tranquil Fort Canning Hill and vibrant Singapore River

With three levels of recreational facilities above, three levels of F&B and retail below, as well as direct access to Fort Canning MRT, residents can look forward to conveniences of every kind. Feeling peckish? Simply take the lift down and take your pick of eateries. In the mood for an impromptu party? The gourmet supermarket at the basement has all you need to whip up some canapés, paired with wine or champagne as you please.

In addition to the two residential towers of CanningHill Piers, Moxy Singapore Clarke Quay and Somerset Serviced Residence take up the other two towers, completing this new landmark and social hub of the Singapore River district.


Stretching far back in history, Singapore River has been the heart and soul in the development of Singapore as a nation and as an economic powerhouse. Legend has it that the river’s mouth was where prince Sang Nila Utama spotted the lion and renamed our land Singapura, Sanskrit for Lion City. After the founding of modern Singapore in 1819, the river area was further developed, cementing the city’s position as an important port. Goods from all over the world were brought up the river by flotillas of bumboats, hurriedly unloaded by coolies and stored in warehouses lining the banks.


Today, the river continues to bustle with life. The heritage warehouses and shophouses have been turned into all manner of cafes, bars and restaurants as well as arts spaces. These conserved buildings stand alongside impressive skyscrapers, and together they make up Singapore’s cultural and financial districts. Yet more is to come, for the latest Urban Redevelopment Authority master plan calls for an exciting rejuvenation of the Singapore River. As a new landmark in its midst, CanningHill Piers is ready to lead the way.


Across the road from CanningHill Piers stands Fort Canning Hill. No mere park, it has witnessed many historical milestones, being the place from which 14th century royalty once ruled, the site of the original botanical garden set up by Sir Stamford Raffles himself, and also where the British commanded the defence of Singapore in World War II.

Ancient artefacts and historical gardens aside, you are just as likely to come upon lively festivals, concerts and performances. And whether nature lover or fitness buff, the 18 hectares of rolling greens offer you much to explore and conquer.

On top of recent enhancements, there are also plans afoot to turn Fort Canning Hill into a green corridor linking a revitalised Orchard Road to Singapore River, creating a seamless belt of recreation and leisure. Making it entirely possible to take a leisurely stroll starting from your home by the river and find yourself ending up at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, basking in lush greenery every step of the way.

Lovers of nature will find much to explore

Let the hillside greens be Mother Nature’s fitness circuit

Ancient artefacts take you back in time.


You know you have chosen well when all that’s exciting in the city is also so close to home. Literally at your doorstep, slake your thirst for life at Clarke Quay, teeming with cafes, bars, clubs and restaurants; Boat Quay and Robertson Quay dazzle with even more choices.

For a dose of arts and culture, turn to the many museums, galleries and theatres of the Civic District. For sartorial inspiration, Orchard Road remains the grand dame of shopping streets on par with the best in the world. Marina Bay Sands and its sophisticated entertainment, luxury ateliers and celebrated restaurants is just minutes away too.

Easily accessible by boat, car or MRT, the Central Business District (CBD) and the Marina Bay Financial District will keep your finger on the pulse of Singapore’s economic heart.


1. Nearby Orchard Road never fails to provide sartorial inspiration


2. Make it a day museum-hopping, starting with the National Gallery just minutes on foot


3. Get down to business at the CBD and the Marina Bay Financial District


4. A year-round lineup of world -class performances at the Esplanade


5. Gourmands will rejoice in the numerous Michelin-starred choices within stone’s throw


6. Direct access to Fort Canning MRT (Downtown Line), 8 minutes’ walk to Clarke Quay MRT (North East Line)


7. Hail a river taxi right from your doorstep and skip the traffic on the roads


Taking full advantage of its prime location, the views at CanningHill Piers are nothing short of breathtaking. Bask in multiple vistas, from the shimmering waterscapes of Singapore River to the soothing greenscapes of Fort Canning Hill. Looking towards Orchard Road or turning around to take in Marina Bay and the CBD, the cityscapes remind you once more that you are at the heart of it all.

Revel In The Pleasures Of A Prime City Location


Across the road from CanningHill Piers stands Fort Canning Hill. Besides its ancient artefacts and historical gardens, you are just as likely to come upon lively festivals, concerts and performances. And whether nature lover or ftness buff, the 18 hectares of rolling greens offer you much to explore and conquer.


It’s easy to slake your thirst for life when your home is along the bustling Singapore River, its banks lined with all manner of cafes, bars, clubs and restaurants as well as arts spaces. Clarke Quay is literally at your doorstep, and a short stroll takes you to Boat Quay or Robertson Quay in no time.


From the museums and theatres of the Civic District, to the endless shopping and entertainment options of Orchard Road and Marina Bay Sands, everything that’s exciting in the city is mere minutes away. Or if work calls, the Central Business District and the Marina Bay Financial District are easily reached by boat, car or MRT.

CanningHill Piers Nearby Amenities


From Fort Canning MRT Station

  • 1 stop to Chinatown Interchange
  • 3 stops to Downtown (CBD)
  • 4 stops to Bayfront Interchange (MBS) • 6 stops to Bugis Interchange

From Clarke Quay MRT Station

  • 1 stop to Chinatown Interchange
  • 1 stop to Dhoby Ghaut Interchange
  • 3 stops to Harbour Front Interchange


  • FairPrice Chinatown Point - 5mins
  • Cold Storage UE Square - 3mins
  • I-Tec Supermart Pte Ltd - 4mins
  • Sheng Siong Supermarket - 4mins

Estimated Duration:

  • 8 minutes’ walk to The Central
  • 10 minutes’ walk to Funan Mall (City Hall)
  • 7 minutes’ drive to Orchard Road
  • 5 minutes’ drive to Central Business District
  • 10 minutes’ drive to Marina Bay Sands and Esplanade


  • Cambridge @ Robertson - 3mins
  • EtonHouse Pre-School Robertson Walk - 3mins
  • River Valley Primary School - 5mins
  • Outram Secondary School - 4mins
  • DIMENSIONS International College (City Campus)- 3 mins


  • Fort Canning Park - 4mins
  • Jubilee Park - 2mins
  • The Foothills - 1mins