Commercial Building Details
One Marina Boulevard is a commercial building located at 1 Marina Boulevard Singapore 018989, in district 01. It is mainly for office Rental and sale. This high rise skyscraper is sometimes known as Ntuc Centre. There is a total of 39,000 square meters of office space.
It was designed by DP Architects and was completed in 2004. In 2005, One Marina Boulevard received a Certificate Of Merit in the Best Buildable Design Awards. Ntuc is one of the major tenants here. Other tenants include Allen & Gledhill, and Microsoft Singapore.
One Marina Boulevard is used mainly for office sale and rental. The building has a very good office layout with maximum and efficient use of office space. It is also equipped with basic amenities. Being strategically located in Singapore Downtown Core Central Business District is definitely a plus point for business startup here.
Mon to Fri (Before 530pm): $2.14 per 1/2hr from 7am to 5.30pm
Mon to Fri (After 530pm): $3.21/entry from 5.30pm to 11pm
Saturday: $2.14 per 1/2hr from 7am to 1pm, $3.21/entry from 1pm to 11pm
Sunday and Public Holidays: $3.21/entry from 7am to 11pm
Commercial Building Location
One Marina Boulevard is strategically located at 1 Marina Boulevard Singapore 018989, in district 01. It is also located near to Singapore’s Downtown Core Central Business District. One Marina Boulevard is linked to Raffles Place Mrt Station and Downtown MRT Station via an underpass. It is also near to Landmark Mrt station. There are also several bus services nearby. Major expressways like ECP and AYE allow you to get to many places conveniently. Driving to Central Business District and Orchard Shopping District will take you about 5-10 minutes. It is seamlessly connected to the rest of Singapore.
There is nothing more energizing and exciting than reveling in the pulse of the city. There is a cluster of exciting amenities around here:
Malls: Nearby mega malls like China Square Central, Far East Square, Marina Bay Sands Shoppes, Capital Square, Chinatown Point, Esplanade Mall, Central and many more others which have a myriad of amenities like eateries, retail shops, supermarkets and banks. For more shopping, dining and entertainment purposes you can drive down to Orchard shopping district which is about 10 minutes’ drive away.
Restaurants: For more dining options to satisfy your taste buds, head down to the restaurants along Collyer Quay, Raffles Place and Marina Bay. For hawker food lovers, you can head down to Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market & Food Centre, Maxwell Road Hawker Centre, China Square Food Centre and Lau Pat Sat.
Night entertainment: If you are a party goer, you can head down to Singapore’s number 1 entertainment area around Mohammed Sultan, Boat Quay and Clarke Quay to party all night long.
Hotels: Nearby international luxurious hotels include The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Amara Hotel, Ascott Singapore Raffles Place, The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Marina Bay Sands Hotel and The Scarlet Hotel.
Condominiums: There are also several prestigious residential buildings like Marina Bay Residences, Spottiswoode Residences, V on Shenton, One Marina Residences, The Sail @ Marina Bay, Eon Shenton and One Shenton which are highly sought after by locals and expats.
Supermarkets: The nearest supermarkets are Cold Storage at China Square Central, NTUC Fairprice at Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Market Place Supermarket at Raffles City and Sheng Siong Supermarket at 52 Chin Swee Road.
Healthcare: For medical consult, General Practitioner clinics in the area, Outram Polyclinic, National Cancer Centre, Singapore National Eye Centre, National Heart Centre, Singapore General Hospital in the area to provide specialist healthcare services for you.
Education: There are few renowned local and international schools in the vicinity. The nearest educational institutions are Outram Secondary School, Duke Medical School and Singapore Management University.
Recreational facilities: There are many recreational facilities around here include Singapore Cricket Club, Singapore Turf Club, Kreta Ayer Community Centre, Tanjong Pagar Community Club, The Esplanade, Marina Barrage and Marina Bay Sands Singapore.
Places of worship: For places of worship in this multi-racial and religion society, one can head to Thian Hock Keng Temple at 158 Telok Ayer Street, Wak Hai Cheng Bio Temple at 30B Philip Road, Sri Mariamman Temple at 244 South Bridge Road, Armenian Church Of St. Gregory The Illuminator, Singapore at 60 Hill Street, 2 Ang Mo Kio Street 64 and Al Abrar Mosque Mosque at 192 Telok Ayer Street.
One Marina Boulevard is definitely a highly sought after commercial building located in Singapore’s Financial Hub. There are a myriad of facilities in-house and nearby to cater for all your needs. For more details, please contact the relevant personnel.
Did You Know?
1. Raffles House in Fort Canning was where the founder of Singapore Sir Stamford Raffles stayed in. He built this house in 1823. Currently this historical site is a heritage place visited by many.
2. The "long bar " found in Raffles Hotel is where the famous Singapore Cocktail " Singapore Sling " was first mixed.
3. The 500 meters long Esplanade Park was built in 1943 and underwent upgrading in 1991. It is a conserved park and here lies many significant monuments such as Indian National Army Marker, Dalhousie Obelisk, Lim Bo Seng Memorial, Tan Kim Seng Fountain and The Cenotaph.
The Cenotaph is a 18.3 meter monument designed by Denis Santry of Swan & Maclaren. It was built in 1922 to commemorate the 124 British soldiers that died in World War 1(1914-1918) and later on as an extension to the soldiers who died in World War 2 (1943-1945).
Tan Kim Seng Fountain is a victoria-styled fountain found in the park to commemorate this Chinese merchant and philanthropist who contributed to the construction of Macritchie Reservoir and Singapore’s Waterworks.
Lim Bo Seng Memorial is built to commemorate Mr Lim for his brave acts against the Japanese invasion in 1942. Throughout the Japanese occupation, Lim Bo Seng organised guerrilla fighter groups against the Japanese. However in 1944 he was captured in Perak of Malaya and was tortured till death. His remains were then buried at Macritchie Reservoir.