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Sino Land to spruce up Collyer Quay

The Collyer Quay redevelopment site which comprising Clifford Pier (map) and the former Customs Harbour Branch Building (map) has been awarded to Hong Kong’s Sino Land, the related company of Singapore property giant Far East Organization. The entire project would cost more than S$ 300 million which is anchored by a luxury boutique hotel featuring about 120 rooms with ’full sea views’ that will take up almost half the floor area of the 2.67 ha plot. The rest of the site will also be transformed into a ’hip and trendy Fisherman’s Wharf’ with some unique features include a floating public plaza and discotheque within the water space near One Fullerton, as well as six floating ’pods’ to be used as function rooms, shops or restaurants. The discotheque will be connected to the adjacent waterfront promenade and deck via an illuminated floating glass walkway and a retractable bridge, while the pods will be connected by floating decks. A maritime gallery showcasing the history of the Collyer Quay area will also be set up.

Updated On: 06.12.19