Tanjong Pagar Centre claims the title of the tallest building in Singapore. At 290m, Tanjong Pagar Centre will tower over the central business district, displacing UOB Plaza One, One Raffles Place and Republic Plaza, which had jointly held the title. The three buildings are about 280m tall – One Raffles Place was completed in 1988, UOB Plaza One in 1992 and Republic Plaza in 1995.
The 64-storey development, which cost $3.2 billion, comprises Guoco Tower, or 890,000 sq ft of Grade A office space; 100,000 sq ft of retail and food and beverage space; a 100,000 sq ft urban park; a 181-unit luxury residential component Wallich Residence; and the 222-room Sofitel Singapore City Centre hotel.
GuocoLand has secured temporary occupation permit (TOP) for its office tower, Guoco Tower, and the basement retail component of Tanjong Pagar Centre.
Source: The Edge Property