The future revolves around you
Singapore’s Master Plan for the city centre will see exciting plans take shape in four key areas around City Gate: Beach Road/Ophir-Rochor, Kallang Riverside, Marina Bay and Marina South.
The present Central Business District will grow to include the Beach Road/Ophir-Rochor areas, bringing the city centre right to your doorstep. Look forward to numerous entertainment, cultural
and lifestyle attractions, all set in lush garden settings. Nearby, nature and leisure await at Kallang Riverside. This area will transform into a waterfront lifestyle destination with beachside lagoons and walkways to connect you to the Singapore Sports Hub and Gardens by the Bay. The area is also planned to be an environmentally-friendly precinct where commuters can get around easily on foot, bus, train or water taxi to Clarke Quay and Raffles Place.
Just down the road is Marina Bay. With its iconic attractions and commercial buildings, this area will further establish itself as Singapore’s new financial and leisure district. In the near future, Marina South will also be developed into a green and vibrant precinct consisting of residences, offices, hotels and entertainment choices.
Non-stop excitement from dawn to dusk? Private moments of indulgence? Whatever you want, whenever you want it, it’s all within reach. Such is the beauty of world-class city living.
From international designer boutiques at Marina Bay to independent labels at Haji Lane, prepare to shop until you drop. Tantalise your tastebuds with an international smorgasbord of cuisines, from celebrity chef restaurants to some of Singapore’s hippest cafes and best local delights right at your doorstep. Chill over bespoke cocktails at exclusive bars. Or party the night away at amazing nightspots with the glittering city skyline as backdrop. The city is all yours to savour.
Elevate your mind. Nourish your soul. Dazzle your senses. Life seems so much richer when the arts, culture and heritage are flourishing all around you. Enjoy Shakespeare under the stars at Fort Canning Park. Listen to the world’s greatest orchestras play at the newly-reopened Victoria Concert Hall or Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay. See the greatest collection of Southeast Asia artworks at the new National Gallery Singapore. Or rediscover oneself through heritage walks in the Civic District or the Historic District of Kampong Glam. And look forward to more exciting developments in the nearby Kampong Glam and Brash Basah-Bugis districts.
Just across the road from City Gate, the Aliwal Arts Centre is one of the initiatives to take advantage of the burgeoning proliferation of arts in the area. Take a walk along the historic streets of Kampong Glam and you may chance upon a photo exhibition or poetry reading in a hip café. You may even come across a cultural performance at the Malay Heritage Centre.
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This area is already home to numerous museums, arts venues and schools like the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, School of the Arts and the Lasalle College of the Arts. The development of the Waterloo Street Arts Belt and the revitalisation of Bras Basah Complex will further establish this area as the Arts, Culture and Education Hub of Singapore’s city centre.
Singapore Sports Hub, integrating sports, entertainment and lifestyle
Across the river from City Gate is the much-awaited Singapore Sports Hub. From elite athletes to families, there’s something for everyone here. The centrepiece of this sports and recreation destination is the state-of-the-art 55,000 capacity National Stadium. Playing host to world-class sporting and entertainment events, it is complemented by the Singapore Indoor Stadium. There is also an aquatic centre, water theme park, sports library and museum, shopping and dining at the mall, multi-purpose sports halls and water sports centre for canoeing or kayaking. The choices for enjoyment are endless!
Take a leisurely stroll and within minutes, you are at the beach! Kallang Riverside will be transformed into an environmentally-friendly lifestyle precinct and will boast of beachside lagoons, alfresco dining, and scenic waterfront walkways that will connect you to the Singapore Sports Hub and Gardens by the Bay. There will also be facilities where you can enjoy a host of water sports activities, like water skiing, kayaking and dragon boating. Residences, hotels, offices, entertainment facilities and water taxi services to Clarke Quay and Raffles Place is also in Artist’s Impression the pipeline to bring new vibrancy to Kallang River.
City Gate is conveniently located near to the Central Business District (CBD) where many multi-national corporations, banking and financial institutions, as well several convention centres, are located. And as City Gate is directly linked to the Nicoll Highway MRT station, you can be right in centre of the CBD within a few quick minutes.
As the CBD expands to include Marina Bay and even right up to Beach Road/Ophir-Rochor areas, you will find that getting to work will be so much faster from your home at City Gate. And when the commute is made even shorter, you can spend the time saved on doing more of the things that you enjoy.