An unexploded World War II bomb was found at The Cape condo worksite at Amber Road and safely removed on Tuesday evening.
Police had blocked off the area around Chinese Swimming Club as a precaution, diverting human traffic and vehicles during the nearly three-hour bomb disposal operation.
A police officer, who declined to be named, confirmed that a war relic had been found and removed from the site.
Buses and passers-by were re-routed and turned away, according to our onsite reporter.
The traffic diversion started before 10pm and shortly after midnight, the roads were opened up for traffic after the bomb was safely removed by SAF bomb disposal experts.
The Cape is a 76-unit freehold development being built by Far East Organisation that's expected to be completed by 2015.
Just last week, firefighters put out a major fire at the East Village Hotel, formerly known as Paramount Hotel, at nearby Marine Parade.
The five-hour blaze started after construction materials had caught fire in the basement of the hotel, which was undergoing renovation.
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