The Pinnacle@Duxton (previously known as Duxton Plain Public Housing) is a 2.5 hectare residential complex located at 1 Cantonment Road, Singapore. The project consists of seven connected 50-storey towers, labelled 1A to 1G, with a total of 1,848 units. Unique amongst Housing and Development Board (HDB) developments, these units are designated as special types, S1 and S2, having altogether 35 different unit variations for buyers to choose from – with dissimilar combinations of features such as extended bays, balconies, bay windows and planter areas.
The Pinnacle@Duxton features the world’s two longest sky gardens of 500 metres (1,600 ft) each, on both the 26th and 50th floors. In June 2010, The Pinnacle@Duxton was the recipient of the 2010 Best Tall Building Asia and Australasia award by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. On 8 August 2010, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong delivered his annual National Day message on the 51st-floor viewing gallery of The Pinnacle@Duxton. Also, owing to the sky garden’s popularity as an elevated viewing location for National Day firework display on 9 August, entry for the day was publicly balloted.