Realisation of a vision


More than half of Corals at Keppel Bay is covered with lush greenery and water features.

Keppel Land celebrated the completion of Corals at Keppel Bay, the third residential development to premiere at Keppel Bay.

Situated on the southern coast of Singapore, Corals at Keppel Bay is Keppel Land and world-renowned architect Mr Daniel Libeskind’s second collaboration following the iconic Reflections at Keppel Bay. Corals and Reflections at Keppel Bay are the only two residential developments in Asia designed by Mr Libeskind.

Corals at Keppel Bay comprises 11 five-to-10- storey buildings thoughtfully arranged in a necklace-like composition. Its 366 luxurious waterfront homes come in one-to four-bedroom configurations ranging from 600 sf to 3,000 sf as well as penthouse units spanning from 5,000 sf to 8,000 sf. Each unit is designed to provide an excellent layout with spacious rooms and expansive views of the waterfront, lush landscape, and the historic King’s Dock situated alongside the development.

Mr Tan Swee Yiow, President (Singapore) of Keppel Land, said, “Keppel Land is privileged to be able to contribute to shaping Singapore’s skyline with iconic residences and office buildings. Our vision for true waterfront living has been realised with Corals at Keppel Bay which features Mr Libeskind’s signature architecture. Following the iconic Reflections at Keppel Bay, we are confident that the waterfront homes of Corals at Keppel Bay, with a whole host of lifestyle offerings, will be sought after by discerning homeowners and collectors.”

Residents can enjoy the ultimate smart-living experience through the fully-integrated Corals at Keppel Bay Habitap smart home mobile application, in addition to a suite of homecare and lifestyle services via the Laureate concierge service, exclusive to Keppel Bay. Residents also receive a complimentary 10-year membership and five-year subscription at the precinct’s exclusive waterfront playground, Marina at Keppel Bay.

Over 50% of the development is covered by lush greenery and water features, including an expansive garden at its centre, surrounded by facilities such as an Olympic-length swimming pool and clubhouse with a landscaped roof, rainwater filtration and recycling system as well as double-glazed glass panels. The waters surrounding Corals at Keppel Bay are home to a thriving kaleidoscope of coral reefs and marine life.

For its sustainable features, Corals at Keppel Bay has achieved the Building and Construction Authority’s Green Mark GoldPlus Award as well as the Landscape Excellence Assessment Framework Award by the National Parks Board.


Corals at Keppel Bay, with its unique composition, curving planes and sculptured balconies, provides an inspiring subject for creative photography. To celebrate the completion of Corals at Keppel Bay, Keppel Land held an Instagram photography contest, #KeppelLandLens, from 26 September to 11 October 2016. Over the two weeks, more than 500 picturesque photographs of the exterior and surrounding areas of the new waterfront development were submitted on Instagram. Participants stood chances to win attractive prizes including a luxury yachting experience cruise.