Nexus @one-north

1 Fusionopolis Link Singapore 138542


  • Type:

    Business Park

  • Region:

    West Region

  • Location:

    Bouna Vista

  • Nearest MRT:

    3 mins (240 m) to One-North MRT

    12 mins (900 m) to Buona Vista MRT

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Nexus @one-north

Nexus @one-north is a purpose-built office building located at 1and 3  Fusionopolis Link. It is situated within One North, the world’s leading research hub.

The Building

Nexus @one-north is a 6-storey twin office block with unique architecture and contemporary design. The buildings are connected by a lush sky garden to improve interactions amongst researchers. The buildings have a combined gross floor area of 25,511 square meters.

Together with its world-class research facilities and its contemporary design, Nexus @one-north offers premium rental office space perfect for industries such as Info communication, Science, media, and engineering that involve in research and development.

Transportation & Amenities

Nexus @one-north is conveniently located within One North. It is a few minutes’ walks away from the One North MRT station, about 10 minutes’ drive to Singapore CBD, and 10 – 15 minutes’ drive to Tuas Industrial Estate. It is also well served by major expressways like the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE).

It is with close proximity to an array of amenities such as the mall at Star Vista, hotel, supermarket, childcare facilities, banks, fitness centre, and lots of eateries and dining options.

Nexus @one-north is an ideal option for office rental in Singapore. If this is not right for you, discover over 1,000 office space for rent in Singapore on OfficeFinder. Need an office with a prestigious business address? Check out our office space in CBD or grade A office listings.


Nexus @ One North

1 Fusionopolis Link Singapore 138542
Business Park
3 mins (240 m) to One-North MRT
IT Office
$ 33,267
5,118 sqft / $6.50 PSF

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