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Corals At Keppel Bay

Waterfront living has always been a lifestyle of choice, epitomising class and prestige. Comprising two completed world-class residential developments such as Caribbean and Reflections at Keppel Bay, Keppel Land will now be adding to the collection another waterfront condominium, Corals at Keppel Bay, further redefining true and sustainable waterfront living in Singapore and the region.

Corals at Keppel Bay, where seafront splendour meets urban glamour…

The work of renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, Corals at Keppel Bay lies by the water’s edge, precious as a pearl necklace. With the open sea as a backdrop, this prized address is a delight to come home to every day.

Corals at Keppel Bay features a host of eco-innovations, and has been accorded GREEN MARK GOLD AWARD by the Building and Construction Authority for being a sustainable development.

Located in the exclusive Keppel Bay precinct along Singapore’s vibrant southern shores, Corals at Keppel Bay offers prime waterfront living with attractions at your doorstep. Get set for a life less ordinary.

Right across from Marina at Keppel Bay, Corals at Keppel Bay offers homeowners an idyllic lifestyle in a picturesque setting. Wake up to sheer tranquility, fresh air and magnificent views. Stroll across Keppel Bay Bridge and embark on ocean adventures. Or enjoy golden moments by the water as the day gives way to night.

Across Corals at Keppel Bay is Sentosa, home to Resorts World Sentosa. Universal Studios Singapore and many other enticing recreational venues. Lose yourself in the excitement of the theme park, gaming thrills, shopping pleasure, culinary delights and more!

When night falls, pulses quicken. Revel the night away at St. James Power Station, a sprawling entertainment complex next to VivoCity. Soak in the air of la dolce vita, and chill out to some of the best ‘live’ music in town.

Corals at Keppel Bay

Project Name : Corals At Keppel Bay
Address : Nos 1-23, Keppel Bay Drive, Singapore
Type : Seafront Condominium
Number of Units : 366 luxury units
Tenure : Leasehold 99yrs
Buyers Eligibility : All Nationalities
TOP : est 31 July 2018
Land Size : approx 420,000 sqft
Developer : Keppel Bay Pte Ltd
Architect : Daniel Libeskind
Unit Type / Size (approx.) :
  • 1 bedroom (570sf – 732sf)
  • 2 bedroom (840sf – 1,066sf)
  • 3 bedroom (1,184sf – 1,421sf)
  • 3 bedroom Deluxe (1,389 – 1,593sf)
  • 4 bedroom (2,573sf – 2,777sf)
  • 4 bedroom Deluxe (2,766sf – 3,660sf)
  • Penthouses (4,725sf – 7868sf)
    All sizes above are preliminary and subject to final survey.

Corals at Keppel Bay

Keppel Bay is set to put Singapore on the world’s prime real estate map as a true waterfront precinct, presenting the best in waterfront and urban lifestyles.

Located just a five-minute drive away from the Central Business District, Keppel Bay is part of the vibrant waterfront city in southern Singapore comprising Resorts World Sentosa, Universal Studios Singapore, HarbourFront and VivoCity, Singapore’s largest entertainment and retail hub.

Reflections at Keppel Bay is the second residential development to premiere at Keppel Bay which also comprises the FIABCI-award winning condominium, Caribbean at Keppel Bay, the world-class Marina at Keppel Bay, and the landmark cable-stayed Keppel Bay Bridge, linking the mainland to the marina.

Corals at Keppel Bay

Keppel Land

Keppel Bay is developed by one of Singapore’s largest multi-national conglomerates, Keppel Corporation and its property arm, Keppel Land. Highlights from our portfolio of sterling properties

Reflections at Keppel Bay, Singapore
Award winning development, Reflections at Keppel Bay is the brainchild of Asia’s premier developer, Keppel Land and celebrated architect, Daniel Libeskind. His first residential showcase in Asia, Reflections at Keppel Bay epitomises world-class waterfront living both in Singapore and the region.

Caribbean at Keppel Bay, Singapore
The first development in Keppel Bay and fully sold out, Caribbean at Keppel Bay has won numerous international awards including Winner, Residential Category in FIABCI Prix d’Excellance Award 2005, the “Oscars” in the global real estate industry.

Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore
Singapore’s business and financial centre in the new downtown, Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC) will have a total gross floor area of 4.7 million square feet when completed. Phase One comprises two office towers and luxury homes, Marina Bay Residences. Phase Two consists of an office tower and Marina Bay Suites, the second luxury residential development within MBFC. Both phases will be complemented by retail and recreational facilities and are all scheduled for completion in 2010 and 2012 respectively.

Spring City Golf and Lake Resort, Kunming, China
This celebrated golf resort has won many accolades, including “2009 Best Golf Course in China and Hong Kong (Lake Course) – Rank 2 ” by US Golf Digest, “Top 100 Golf Courses (Lake Course) – Rank 1” by China Golf Digest and “Best Golf Course in China (Mountain Course) ” by Asian Golf Monthly.

The waterfront precinct of Keppel Bay comprises the Keppel Bay Tower office development, Reflections at Keppel Bay, the FIABCI-award winning Caribbean at Keppel Bay condominium and Marina at Keppel Bay. Future developments include exclusive residences on Keppel Island and Keppel Bay precinct.

What is envisioned is nothing less than a world-class precinct that will position Singapore as Asia’s destination for premier waterfront living.

Keppel Land Limited is one of Asia’s premier property companies, recognized for its sterling portfolio of quality award-winning residential developments and investment-grade properties and high standards of corporate governance and transparency.

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Daniel Libeskind

Daniel Libeskind

Daniel Libeskind, B.Arch. M.A. BDA AIA, is an international figure in architectural practice and urban design. He is well known for introducing a new critical discourse into architecture and for his multidisciplinary approach. His practice extends from building major cultural and commercial institutions – including museums and concert halls – to convention centres, universities, housing, hotels, shopping centres and residential work. He also designs opera sets and maintains an object design studio.

In 1989, Mr. Libeskind won the competition for the Jewish Museum Berlin, which opened to the public in September 2001 to wide public acclaim. The city museum of Osnabrück, Germany, The Felix Nussbaum Haus, opened in July 1998. In July 2002, the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester, England opened to the public. Atelier Weil, a private atelier/gallery, opened in Mallorca, Spain in September 2003. The Graduate Student Centre at the London Metropolitan University opened in March 2004, and the Danish Jewish Museum opened in Copenhagen in June 2004.Tangent, an office tower for the Hyundai Development Corporation, opened in Seoul, Korea in February 2005, Memoria e Luce, a 9/11 memorial in Padua, Italy opened on September 11, 2005 and the Wohl Centre, Bar Ilan University in Tel Aviv, Israel were opened in October 2005. The Extension to the Denver Art Museum and the Museum Residences in Denver, Colorado were both completed in October 2006.

Several of Mr. Libeskind’s projects are currently under construction, including: the Extension to the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto; Westside, the largest shopping and wellness centre in Europe in Bern, Switzerland; the Military History Museum in Dresden, Germany; the Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge, a residential high-rise in Covington, Kentucky; the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco; Sukkah, an extension to the Jewish Museum Berlin; a grand piano design for Schimmel Pianos is currently in production, and a chair for Wilde & Spieth will soon be released.

Mr. Libeskind has many other projects in design and planning, such as the Grand Canal Performing Arts Centre and Galleria in Dublin, Ireland; a Creative Media Centre for the City University of Hong Kong; the New Center for Arts and Culture in Boston, Massachusetts; Epic and Aura, two high-rise housing developments in Sacramento, California; the redevelopment of the Hummingbird Center for the Performing Arts in Toronto, Canada; the redevelopment of the historic Fiera Milano Fairgrounds in Milan, Italy, a 65-acre site of skyscrapers, housing, retail, and commercial space; Reflections at Keppel Bay, a waterfront, residential development in Singapore; a high-rise condominium tower in Union City, New Jersey; a retail complex in Las Vegas, Nevada, a residential tower in Warsaw, Poland; a master plan of the Orestad Development in Copenhagen, Denmark; and the Jewish War Veteran’s Memorial in Toronto, Canada.

Upon winning the World Trade Center design competition in Feb 2003, Daniel Libeskind was appointed as master plan architect for the site in New York City.

Mr. Libeskind has taught and lectured at many universities worldwide. He has held such positions as the Frank O. Gehry Chair at the University of Toronto, Professor at the Hochschule für Gestaltung, Karlsruhe, Germany, the Cret Chair at the University of Pennsylvania, and the Louis Kahn Chair at Yale University. He has received numerous awards, including the

  • 2001 – Hiroshima Art Prize – an award given to an artist whose work promotes international understanding and peace, never before given to an architect
  • 1999 – Deutscher Architekturpreis (German Architecture Prize) for the Jewish Museum Berlin
  • 2000 – Goethe Medaillon for cultural contribution
  • 1996 – the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award for Architecture and the Berlin Cultural Prize
  • 1990 – a membership in the European Academy of Arts and Letters
  • 1997 – an Honorary Doctorate from Humboldt Universit?t, Berlin
  • 1999 – an Honorary Doctorate from the College of Arts and Humanities, Essex University, England
  • 2002 – an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Edinburgh and an Honorary Doctorate from DePaul University, Chicago,
  • 2004 – an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Toronto. Two of Mr. Libeskind’s buildings won RIBA Awards in 2004, the London Metropolitan University Graduate Center and the Imperial War Museum North, the latter of which was also nominated for the Stirling Prize.

In 2004, Mr. Libeskind became the first Cultural Ambassador for Architecture by the U.S. Department of State, as part of the CultureConnect Program.

Daniel Libeskind’s work has been exhibited extensively in major museums and galleries around the world and has also been the subject of numerous international publications in many languages. His buildings have appeared on the covers of Time Magazine, Newsweek, Architectural Record, and the Wall Street Journal, among others. Mr. Libeskind’s ideas have influenced a new generation of architects and those interested in the future development of cities and culture. In September 2004, Riverhead Books (Penguin Group) published his memoirs, Breaking Ground. The foreign language editions were published in January/February of 2005, encompassing more than 90 languages.

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Keppel appoints Daniel Libeskind for another residential showcase at Keppel Bay

Leveraging the iconic landmark status of Reflections at Keppel Bay, Keppel Corporation and Keppel Land have once again partnered master architect Daniel Libeskind for the plot 3 development at Keppel Bay. Located along the historic King’s Dock, the new development is envisioned to be a premium waterfront property comprising 367 homes.

Mr Augustine Tan, President (Singapore Residential) of Keppel Land, said, “Demand for world-class waterfront homes such as Reflections at Keppel Bay has been encouraging, especially from Asia. Despite the external economic challenges, there is still a worldwide trend favouring premier waterfront living. This is where our properties at Keppel Bay meet the taste and demands of discerning buyers and investors alike.”

“In keeping with our commitment to deliver only what is premier in waterfront and urban lifestyles, Keppel has brought together the finest names and brands in the industry to lend their signature quality to Keppel Bay.

“We are happy to once again partner Libeskind for the plot 3 development at Keppel Bay.”

Libeskind’s appointment follows the success of Reflections at Keppel Bay, of which about 88% of the 950 launched units have been sold as at end-February 2012, with an international spectrum of buyers. Tapping on strong leasing demand for luxury waterfront residences, 154 units have been set aside as corporate residences.

Featuring six glass towers and 11 low-rise villa blocks, Reflections at Keppel Bay comprises 1,129 luxurious homes along an extensive 750-m shoreline. The homes open up to commanding views of the bay, golf course, parks and Mount Faber. The development received temporary occupation permit in December 2011 and homeowners have started moving into their apartments.

On the completion of his first Asian residential showpiece, Reflections at Keppel Bay, Master architect Daniel Libeskind shared, “Turning a dream into a reality is always a thrill for an architect. Singapore is a paradigm of harmony of culture, nature and the built environment. I wanted to convey this while highlighting the spectacular beauty of the setting.

“Reflections at Keppel Bay is truly an expression of the wonderful collaboration with Keppel and exemplifies the ongoing and future success of Singapore.”

In designing Reflections at Keppel Bay, Libeskind artfully avoided the uniformity and feeling of congestion often found in residential developments. His design also deftly tackles the challenge faced by architects working in Singapore, where high-density construction is often the only way to recoup the high cost of real estate. By placing the low-rise villa blocks along the water and high-rise towers behind them, Libeskind creates an airy, light-filled grouping that feels exceptionally expansive.

Reflections at Keppel Bay joins Libeskind’s line-up of celebrated architectural icons including the Jewish Museum in Berlin and Denver Art Museum in the US. He is also the master planner for the World Trade Center site in New York.

Each Reflections at Keppel Bay home is finely created to meet the taste and quality expectations of discerning homeowners. All fittings and finishes are meticulously sourced to ensure premium quality – from the finest marble and splendid imported oak to leading designer ware under brand names such German brand Miele, Axor Stack of Hansgrohe, Duravit and Kaldewei. Award-winning US-based landscape architect, Hargreaves Associates has also created a lush oasis within the expansive grounds in Reflections at Keppel Bay.

By night, Reflections at Keppel Bay stands out with lighting designed by Lighting Planner Associates, the renowned Japanese specialists also responsible for the light-up of Singapore’s city skyline and Orchard Road.

A true waterfront lifestyle awaits homeowners at Keppel Bay where exclusive amenities and facilities extend to the Marina at Keppel Bay on Keppel Island which include a clubhouse with a member’s lounge, fine restaurants and leisure charter services to access neighbouring islands. All homeowners of Keppel Bay enjoy complimentary 10-year membership and five-year subscription at the Marina.

To commemorate the completion of the iconic development, the developers – Keppel Corporation and Keppel Land – have commissioned a 30-minute documentary entitled ‘Reflections on the waterfront’ which will premiere on Thursday, 29 March at 9.30pm on Channel NewsAsia. Encore telecasts are available on Friday, 30 March (at 10.30pm); Saturday, 31 March (at 3.30pm) and Monday, 2 April (at 5.30pm). Trace the journey of an impossible dream that has been transformed into reality.

About Keppel Bay

Keppel Bay is set to put Singapore on the world’s prime real estate map as a true waterfront precinct, presenting the best in waterfront and urban lifestyles.

Located just a five-minute drive away from the Central Business District, Keppel Bay is part of the vibrant waterfront city in southern Singapore comprising Resorts World Sentosa, Universal Studios Singapore, HarbourFront and VivoCity, Singapore’s largest entertainment and retail hub.

Reflections at Keppel Bay is the second residential development to premiere at Keppel Bay which also comprises the FIABCI-award winning condominium, Caribbean at Keppel Bay, the world-class Marina at Keppel Bay, and the landmark cable-stayed Keppel Bay Bridge, linking the mainland to the marina.

About Studio Daniel Libeskind

Since establishing Studio Daniel Libeskind in Berlin in 1989, architect Daniel Libeskind has designed major cultural, commercial and residential projects around the world. His commissions include the Jewish Museum Berlin; the extension to the Denver Art Museum; Zlota 44, a residential high-rise in Warsaw; the Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre in Hong Kong; the Grand Canal Theatre in Dublin; and Crystals at CityCenter, a 500,000-square-foot retail complex in Las Vegas. Upon being named master planner for the World Trade Center site in 2003, Mr. Libeskind and his wife and business partner Nina Libeskind moved the practice to New York City, later opening offices in Milan and Zurich.

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