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Tanjong Pagar Centre (GPS: 1.27713, 103.84598) is a skyscraper in downtown Singapore. It is located on Wallich Street, in the Tanjong Pagar subzone of Downtown Core. Also known as Guoco Tower, it was completed in 2016 at a cost of S$3.2 billion. Standing at a height of 290 meters (950 feet) it is presently the tallest building in Singapore, surpassing the heights of UOB Plaza, One Raffles Place and Republic Plaza, which have jointly held the title of tallest buildings in Singapore for 20 years.

Tanjong Pagar Centre, SingaporeTanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore (27 July, 2017)


Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Tanjong Pagar Centre was developed by GuocoLand Limited, which owns the building. It is located right above the Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, and according to its developer, is intended to be a vertical city that houses a mix of commercial, residential, retail properties, along with a hotel and an urban park.

The main component of Tanjong Pagar Centre is the 64-storey Guoco Tower, which offers 890,000 square feet of lettable Grade A office space up to level 38. Housed within the tower, from levels 39 to 64, is Wallich Residence. Also within the complex is Sofitel Singapore City Centre, a luxury hotel managed by AccorHotels.

Tanjong Pagar Centre, SingaporeTanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore (27 July, 2017)

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Tanjong Pagar Centre is on the map of Wallich Street

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