If you are interested in owning a condo in Singapore, Skywaters Residences is a great choice. It is located in 8 Shenton Way, District 2 and offers a number of benefits for residents.

This 63-storey residential building is a collaboration between DCA Architects of Singapore and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), the architects behind tall skyscrapers like Burj Khalifa in Dubai and One World Trade Center in New York City.


Located in Singapore’s District 1’s exclusive Marine Bay neighbourhood, Skywaters Residences is the perfect location for those who want to be close to city life but still have a tranquil and pastoral ambiance. This is because it is adjacent to several small parks such as Tanjong Pagar Park, Telok Ayer Park and Ann Siang Hill.

Moreover, the development is also close to other major public parks such as Gardens by the Bay and Mt Faber Park. Its proximity to these parks makes it a convenient place for residents to enjoy nature and have a relaxing time with friends and family.

Besides, it is also conveniently connected to public transportation. It is within walking distance to Tanjong Pagar MRT station and also Maxwell MRT station, making it easier for commuters to travel around the city.


There are several amenities available for residents at Skywaters Residences Condo. They include a clubhouse, fitness center, leasing office, swimming pool, spa, and more. In addition, the development is well-connected to the CBD and Marina Bay area.

The development is also designed with environmental-conservation in mind. Its developers, Alibaba Group and Perennial Holdings, along with architect, DCA Architects, are committed to reducing energy and water consumption and waste.

Additionally, residents can enjoy the natural spaces of numerous parks within the city, including Duxton Plain Park, Spottiswoode Park, Neil Road Park, Telok Ayer Park and Ann Siang Hill Park. These parks are perfect for a break from the hustle and bustle of the city.

The development is also surrounded by shopping malls that offer an array of products for residents. These shops stock everything that you need to live with, from furniture to toys and electronic devices. The malls are also connected to the MRT network and provide convenient transportation options for residents.


Skywaters Residences Condo is conveniently located at the heart of Singapore’s CBD. It is a short walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT station and is easily accessible by public and private transport. The surrounding areas are also well connected by roads such as Keppel Viaduct and Anson Road.

A trip to the nearest supermarket is a breeze and there are numerous dining options including hawker centres in the vicinity of Skywaters Residences, including the popular NTUC Fairprice at Tanjong Pagar Plaza and Little Farms at Guoco Tower. Taking the cake in terms of shopping are the many malls in the vicinity.

Among them are the aforementioned 100AM Mall, OUE LINK Shopping Center and Change Alley Mall. Among the parks within walking distance of Skywaters Residences, the Tras-Link Park, Duxton Park and Neil Road Park are all worthy of a mention. The skyscraper aforementioned is 8 Shenton Way. It is the tallest building in Singapore, with a maximum height of 305m, and is expected to be completed in 2028.


Skywaters Residences Condo is a mixed-use development that’s being built on 8 Shenton Way in District 2. The building will be the tallest skyscraper in Singapore. It will be a 63-storey development with commercial shops, offices, hotels and residential units.

The development is designed with environmental conservation in mind. Developers Alibaba Group and Perennial Holdings have commissioned local DCA architects along with American architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) to design the building.

There are a range of 1-5 bedroom unit types and Penthouses to choose from at the condominium. Residents can also enjoy exclusive access to the common facilities in the development.

The development is located in a high-end area that offers residents easy access to the Central Business District. It is also near the historic Tanjong Pagar and Chinatown neighbourhoods, as well as the upcoming Greater Southern Waterfront.