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Guoco Tower @ Tanjong Pagar Centre

Guoco Tower, a soaring 290m high skyscraper, will be the beacon that will mark the new Tanjong Pagar Centre.

Guoco Tower at Tanjong Pagar Centre

Artist’s Impression :: Tanjong Pagar Centre :: Guoco Tower :: TP180

This new integrated development with a floor space of 1.7 million sq ft will comprise premium offices, retail shops and residential units linked to a luxury business hotel.

KEY ASPECTS

  1. Guoco Tower, a 38-storey, Grade A premium office tower.
  2. TP180, offering exclusive limited collection residences above Guoco Tower with unmatched city and sea views.  It will be the tallest homes in Singapore, starting at 180 metres (equivalent to starting from the 50th floor) and reaching up to 290 metres.
  3. A luxury business hotel linked to the main tower.
  4. Six levels of F&B and retail space directly linked to Tanjong Pagar MRT station.
  5. A community space integrated with the Tanjong Pagar City Park that will offer a vibrant place for recreation and events.

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COMMERCIAL OFFICE SPACE FOR SALE

The offices at Guoco Tower are not for sale. Good quality well located strata offices available for sale are rare, especially those in sizes small enough to be swallowed by retail investors.

The good news is that Far East Organisation will be launching one such development in early 2015. This is at Woodlands Square in the Woodlands Regional Centre, the new key economic cluster that will form our northern gateway into Malaysia. This project will comprise 2 office towers with retail at the ground and basement levels. Far East intends to keep one tower for lease, but plan to sell offices in the other tower.

For details on this project, head over to Woods Square.

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OTHER DEVELOPER LAUNCHES

See the Kent Ridge Hill condo at Buona Vista Road . New upcoming project at the edge of Kent Ridge Park . Close to One North and Science Park . In the education belt area . 9 minutes walk to Pasir Panjang MRT station . Being developed and launched for sale by Oxley Holdings

Tanjong Pagar Centre :: Guoco Tower :: TP180

Source: Straits Times 3 May 2013

The upcoming mixed-use development to be built on top of Tanjong Pagar MRT station is to be called the Tanjong Pagar Centre. It comprises a soaring skyscraper, Guoco Tower, with a residential component at the top called TP180, and a podium block housing retail spaces.

The 64-storey Tanjong Pagar Centre will stand at 290m and will be Singapore’s tallest building by the time it is completed in 2016, said the developer, Singapore-listed GuocoLand.

Tanjong Pagar Centre :: Guoco Tower & TP180 Tower

Source: The Straits Times 3 May 2013

This means it will edge out One Raffles Place, Republic Plaza and United Overseas Bank Plaza One, which are all 280m high.

It will also trump Singapore’s tallest residential skyscraper, the 245m Marina Bay Tower, which is part of The Sail @ Marina Bay and stands at 70 storeys.

The maximum building height allowable in Singapore is 280m but GuocoLand manage to obtain permission to build Tanjong Pagar Centre up to 290m.

Tanjong Pagar Centre will consist of a tower housing Grade A office space (Guoco Tower), residences (TP180) and retail space. This will be linked to a luxury business hotel housing about 200 rooms.

Its office section will take 38 storeys and have 850,000 sq ft of net lettable space.

As the office units have higher ceilings than the residences, the height of the office tower is roughly that of a 50-floor residential building. This portion, TP180 will be on top, taking up the 39th to 64th storeys.

It will have nearly 200 units ranging from one- to four-bedders and penthouses.

TP180 starts at the 180m mark and reaches to 290m, eclipsing Far East Organization’s 62-floor condominium Altez nearby, that is 250m high.

GuocoLand has said the homes will be priced at a premium to the surrounding area.

HSR research head Elaine Chow thinks that they could be sold at above $3,000 per sq ft (psf), given the project’s location directly above the Tanjong Pagar MRT station, and view of the city skyline. The 100,000 sq ft of retail space in Tanjong Pagar Centre will be integrated with the MRT station below.

Tanjong Pagar Centre is GuocoLand’s first mixed-use project in Singapore, and was estimated in 2011 to cost $3.2 billion, including cost of land.

According to Guocoland, construction cost alone is around $700 million.

GuocoLand, controlled by Malaysian billionaire real estate developer Quek Leng Chan, paid $1.71 billion – or $1,006 psf per plot ratio – for the white site at the corner of Choon Guan and Peck Seah Street in February 2011.

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OTHER DEVELOPER LAUNCHES

Nyon condo . New condominium launch along Amber Road . 3 minutes walk to Tanjong Katong MRT station . Freehold new development by Aurum Land . Contact us for details & Showflat Viewing