IOI Central Boulevard Towers Holds Topping-out Ceremony
SINGAPORE – The developer of IOI Central Boulevard Towers held the topping-out ceremony for the Grade A office project in Marina Bay on Monday, reported The Edge on Monday evening (28 August, SGT).
IOI Central Boulevard Towers, which consists of two office buildings (16 and 48 storeys tall) located above a 7-level podium, features 30,000 sq ft of retail space and 1.26 million sq ft of premium office space.
The commercial property, which is being built by IOI Properties Group, is anticipated to obtain its temporary occupation permit (TOP) during the first quarter of next year. So far, around 40 percent of the net lettable area in IOI Central Boulevard Towers have been taken up, while another 20 percent are in advanced stages of talks.
IOI Properties Singapore’s Head of business Karen Lau disclosed that IOI Central Boulevard Towers has witnessed robust interest from would-be occupants.
“Apart from securing commitments from global business leaders in technology and finance, we have also observed significant interest from players in asset management, fast-moving consumer goods, legal and other sectors,” she noted.
Among the project’s attractive features is a 60,000 sq ft sky park called Central Green that also comes with a childcare centre, end-of-trip facilities, and 200m long jogging track. The commercial property is also eco-friendly. Apart from being given a rating of Green Mark Platinum by Singapore’s Building & Construction Authority (BCA), it’s equipped with a double-glazed façade and energy-efficient elevators.
“IOI Central Boulevard Towers stand tall as a spectacular new architectural masterpiece in Singapore’s central business district (CBD),” added IOI Properties Group’s Chief Executive Lee Yeow Seng.
“It is underpinned by an integrated, connected and sustainable workplace ecosystem harnessing the most leading-edge technologies.”
In fact, IOI Central Boulevard Towers is directly linked to the Downtown MRT Station, in addition to having sheltered routes to three other MRT stations, namely Raffles Place, Marina Bay, and Shenton Way. The commercial property is also connected via bridges to Asia Square and One Raffles Quay.