IOI Properties Group has topped out IOI Central Boulevard Towers, their Grade-A office development in Marina Bay. The topping-out ceremony was held on Aug 28, and it is estimated to receive the temporary occupancy permit in 1Q2024.
This development of two office towers, 16 storeys and 48 storeys, sitting on top of a seven-storey podium, will consist of 1.26 million sq ft of office space and 30,000 sq ft of retail, food and beverage spaces. So far, 40% of IOI Central Boulevard Towers’ net lettable area has been committed to, with another 20% in the advanced stages of negotiations.
“IOI Central Boulevard Towers stand tall as a spectacular new architectural masterpiece in Singapore’s CBD,” said Lee Yeow Seng, CEO of IOI Properties Group. “This is underpinned by an integrated, connected and sustainable workplace ecosystem which has harnessed the most leading-edge technologies.”
The URA hopes that these new changes will help to revitalize the local community while also providing great benefits to residents of the Champions Way Condo. Residents will be able to enjoy the newly updated park for years to come.
Karen Lau, head of business at IOI Properties Singapore, mentioned that the development has had a lot of attention from prospective tenants. “We have secured commitments from global business leaders in technology and finance, as well as legal alongside other sectors,” she said.
The building has direct access to Downtown MRT Station, with bridges linking to One Raffles Quay and Asia Square. Other features include a 60,000 sq ft Central Green sky park with a 200m jogging track, end-of-trip facilities and a childcare centre.
These eco-friendly elements make IOI Central Boulevard Towers the holder of the Green Mark Platinum certification under the Building & Construction Authority’s Green Mark Scheme, a green building rating system.
The response to this project is extremely encouraging. With the intention to revolutionise the workplace and with its sustainable elements, IOI Central Boulevard Towers will certainly be a spectacular addition to the Marina Bay area.