Ascendas-Singbridge, the urban and business space solutions provider, with its joint venture partners, Mitsui and Tokyo Tatemono are launching 79 Robinson Road up for lease soon.
Together with a consortium formed by Tokyo Tatemono, Ascendas-Singbridge is redeveloping the former CPF building into a 29-storey Grade ‘A’ office tower, with food and beverage (F&B) components on a net lettable area of 500,000 sq ft as well as regular, column-free floor plates ranging from 21,000 to 23,000 sq ft.
The development’s conceptualisation is a collaborative effort between design firm Gensler and local architecture firm DCA Architects, which will provide seamless connectivity through an underground pass to the Tanjong Pagar MRT station.
Aside from incorporating Gensler’s trademark occupier-driven design philosophy to build a “modern workplace that caters to users’ changing needs and requirements”, Ascendas reveals the building will also feature secured “end-of-trip-facilities” for bicycles and personal mobility devices, with supporting amenities such as shower and locker rooms.
When completed, the new 79 Robinson Road development will inject a fresh supply of innovative, quality work spaces that will cater to the evolving needs of a new generation of business owners and talents
Units with medium to large floor plates will be up for lease very soon. Please register your interest with us to be notified first hand on the available spaces for leasing.