Commercial Building Details
Keppel Towers is an outstanding stunning blue tinged 27-storey commercial building situated at 10 Hoe Chiang Road Singapore 089315 in district 02. This commercial space right in the CBD is primarily used for office sale and rental.
Commercial Building Location
Keppel Towers is strategically located near Tanjong Pagar, Outram and Telok Ayer Mrt stations making it very convenient for commuters. There are also several bus services available. For vehicle owners, travelling to CBD and Orchard district will take you about 5 to 10 minutes. It is located in the financial hub and is seamlessly connected to the rest of Singapore.
Nearby mega malls like Lucky Chinatown, China Square Central, OG Building, Far East Square, Chinatown Point, Capital Square and Riverside Point as well as many more others which have a myriad of amenities like eateries, retail shops, supermarkets and banks. There are also nearby restaurants along Tanjong Pagar Road, Gopeng Street and Anson Road.
The nearest supermarkets are Sheng Siong Supermarket at Chin Swee Road, Cold Storage at China Square Central and NTUC FairPrice at Tanjong Pagar Plaza. For medical consult, you can go to General Practitioner clinics in the area, Outram Polyclinic, National Heart Centre, Singapore National Eye Centre and Singapore General Hospital.
The nearest educational institutions are Outram Secondary School and CHIJ Kellock Primary School.
Keppel Towers is definitely a highly sought after commercial building as it is centrally located in the Financial hub of Singapore. For more details, kindly contact the authorized personnel.
Did You Know?
1. Tanjong Pagar Railway Station was completed in 1932 and was closed down on 1st July 2011 after 80 years of glorious history. The government will conserve this historical place as a national monument. Before this station was built commuters have to take ferries across the 1 km straits.
There are four giant sculptures on the walls of the entrance which represent Agriculture, Industry, Transport and Commerce. These were the works of a famous Italian sculptor Rudolfo Nolli. There used to be a hotel at the second floor called Lim Eng Peng Station's hotel which closed down in 1993. In future commuters will have to catch a train from the upcoming Woodlands Station.
2. Singapore's earliest market is Telok Ayer Market which dated back to 1825 when it was just a wooden structure near the sea allowing unloading of goods. It was demolished in 1879 due to the reclamation at Telok Ayer Basin. It was rebuilt and designed with the octagonal structure by an architect called James Macritchie. It was conserved in 1973, but was demolished again to make way for MRT lines. Finally in 1991, it was rebuilt with the same octagonal structure and there after named Lau Pat Sat which means old market.
3. The current Fu Tak Chi museum was built in 1824 to worship the chinese god Tau Pek Gong. It was a place of worship for the taoists and confucianists. The cantonese and Hakka immigrants built this shrine to thank Tau Pek Gong for their safe journey to here from China. In 1969 the temple was restored when donations poured in. In 1989, it was converted into the current Fu Tak Chi Museum which is used to house historical artifacts that remained from the immigrant days.