Singapore’s 290 metres high tallest building, Tanjong Pagar Centre is nearly to full completion, according to its developer GuocoLand on 10 October.
Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) of the retail space in the basement and the 890,000 sq ft office space Guoco Tower have already been issued.
According to GuocoLand, the Guoco Tower at Tanjong Pagar has secured 80% commitment from future tenants, showing an increase from just 10% at the start of 2016.
List of tenants includes investment company Straits Trading, a 31,000 sq ft gym by Virgin Active and online travel agency Agoda.
The integrated project includes a 222-room Sofitel hotel, an Urban Park and a 181 luxury units of Wallich Residences, which will starts operations in phases this coming November. This development is also well connected to Tanjong Pagar MRT station.
Wallich Residences units were made ready for sale a few years back, but the developer has not been actively marketing and introduce the project, according to the report from media.
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) data shows that 54 units at the project were released for sale, however only 16 units have been sold with $3,200 psf average price.
The upcoming Tanjong Pagar Centre is due to be fully completed by early next year.