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New hotel for Docklands

04 Feb 2016

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Docklands’ hotel game is heating up with local developer Capital Alliance signing Marriott for its latest project.

The $250 million development, which remains subject to government approval, will include around 200 hotel rooms and 260 residential apartments across 36 levels.

The mixed-use tower will be built at Waterfront Way on top of Harbour Town Shopping Centre. It will feature a resort facility complete with rooftop infinity pool, bar area and dining open to the public.

The new hotel and residential tower will be the second Capital Alliance has delivered in Docklands, with M Docklands, including a five-star Peppers Hotel, set to open this month.

“Our vision is to deliver a hotel and apartment project that will be celebrated and draw tourists both internationally and locally to the area,” Capital Alliance managing director and founder Mohan Du said.

“We envisage the rooftop amenities will provide a unique experience and complement a range of amenities in the building that will be open to both residents, guests and the general public.”

Meanwhile, Singaporean developer Hiap Hoe’s Marina Tower project, which will include a Four Points by Sheraton hotel, is underway, Digital Harbour’s The Altus will also include a hotel component and Lend Lease has proposed a 280-room hotel for Victoria Harbour.

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