Cooliv Waterfront is an all-new coliving space located at the coastline of the Greater Southern Waterfront overseeing the South China Sea. With a focus on creating a live-work-play environment, we offer carefully designed and integrated social spaces together with collaborative work zones, promoting genuine experiences and a gathering of a global community.
Immerse in local culture by visiting the surrounding areas which are rich in history, and engage in local experiences via some of our community events. Keep fit by exploring the nearby nature reserves such as Labrador Nature Reserve and HortPark, located a short walk away.
Having both serviced apartments and rooms available, Cooliv is the ideal accommodation choice for a solo traveller, families or a group of friends and we welcome guests on short and extended stays.
For business travellers, we are conveniently located just opposite the business hub of Alexandra precinct, which features the landmark Mapletree Business City. Futhermore, One-North district, which is known as a centre for innovation housing industry-focused hubs such as Fusionopolis and Biopolis, is also located just a short distance away.
Combining comfort and convenience with a genuine sense of community is our mission, and above all, we seek to be your home away from home.
Located at 5 Pasir Panjang Road, the premises of Cooliv Waterfront was built in 1953 and is part of the old Power Station District.
The building used to house employees of the Pasir Panjang Power Station and their families. However as times changed and the Power Station was eventually decommissioned, the premises was then rented out to the Public Utilities Board then to the state, before being vacated once again.
As the Singapore Land Authority (SLA) sought to retain key heritage elements of the premises while integrating it with future developments, the 10,500 square meters premises which offers 156 rooms across twelve floors, was renovated and refurbished based on the building’s original structure to become Cooliv Waterfront today.
The district is also affectionately known as a “Concrete Kampong” by residents who once lived there, referencing the strong bonds between neighbours and the community spirit, where people shared everything.