SG Plans unveiled for Singapore's tallest building
Property Here - Friday, May 03, 2013
By Shabnam Muzammil:
Singapore-listed developer GuocoLand has unveiled details of its upcoming Tanjong Pagar Centre (pictured). Set to become the city-state's tallest building, the 290m mixed-use development will be located above Tanjong Pagar MRT station.
It comprises Guoco Tower, a 38-storey Grade A office space and close to 200 residential units called TP180, which will be located on top of the office component to be ready in 2016.
There will also be six levels of premium retail and F&B spaces, a luxury hotel linked to the main tower and a community space integrated with Tanjong Pagar City Park.
“Tanjong Pagar Centre is GuocoLand’s first integrated mixed-use project in Singapore. Its fusion of premier office, retail, residential and hospitality spaces raises the bar for what is available in this part of the CBD,” said Trina Loh, Group Managing Director of GuocoLand in Singapore.
She added that Tanjong Pagar Centre “signals a transformed portfolio for GuocoLand in Singapore. It will expand our focus on commercial properties in Singapore, and reaffirms our position as a developer of large-scale integrated developments here and in the region”.
Shabnam Muzammil, Senior Journalist at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact her about this or other stories email firstname.lastname@example.org