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The Greater Southern Waterfront is Singapore’s most iconic transformation that brings about huge transformation around the southern part of Singapore. The Greater Southern Waterfront consists of 30 ha of prime land that is due for redevelopment near to Sentosa and will bring about more amenities close to the developments around the area. The Greater Southern Waterfront will initiate from the Marina Bay financial district where there will be upgrades and new developments that will bring about convenience and as well as more amenities in Marina Bay stop after that the Greater Southern Waterfront transformation will move in faces westwards to Vivocity Queenstown and Pasir Panjang Terminals. This bring about more amenities and transformation that will fulfil the live work and play district which the government seemed that would be the next normal going forward.
The Greater Southern Waterfront will also start from the Gardens by The Bay the Pasir Panjang Terminals consider about 2000 ha of prime land for redevelopment. This initial estimates by surveyors would mean that the size of the Greater Southern Waterfront will be 6 times the size of Marina Bay or 6 times the size of the existing Punggol Town. The GSW will also start from the city terminals which will move by 2027 freeing up prime piece of land available for the Greater Southern Waterfront redevelopment. Combining with the Pasir Panjang Terminals which also most to was this will free up additional land available for the live work and play district.
In more prospective for the Greater Southern Waterfront development, existing capital club will be redeveloped into residential land that consists of 9000 housing units, HDB and private which will be a good addition to the forms there will be built in Greater Southern Waterfront. The housing units will be a prime living choice that you will have a sea phasing promenade having unblock views of the southern part of Singapore and Sentosa.
The Greater Southern Waterfront will feature more offices which will be located at the existing labrador park near to The Reef at Kings Dock which will be expended to feature more offices in the development. Several companies are already located in labrador park and this will expand feature more land there is available for commercial office. There are several companies which are important in the redevelopment of the Greater Southern Waterfront and one of them is Mapletree investments which is the developer for The Reef at King’s Dock. This will bring in more jobs also for the Greater Southern Waterfront redevelopment.