IOI Central Boulevard Towers, the Grade A office project owned by IOI Properties Group in Marina Bay and scheduled to be completed by the end of 3Q2023. The development comprises two office towers of 16 and 48 floors, situated on the top of a seven-storey platform The development will comprise 1.26 million square feet of office space as well as 30000 sq ft of retail space and F&B after completion.
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Biophilia is an essential part to the overall development. It has a huge part of the site is devoted to the greenery. The development includes Central Green which is a huge 120,000 square foot park situated at the top of level seven within the building. The park is described as “largest Urban Sky Park” within the Marina Bay district, Central Green will be a vast expanse of landscape that is 160m long which is equivalent to 3 Olympic swimming pools that are laid out from end to end.
Based on the developer, Central Green is designed as an esplanade of Singapore Botanical Gardens or Gardens by the Bay. More than 68,000 plants are expected to be housed in Central Green, including 18 species specially selected. The plants will blend colors, textures and shapes to create a lush scenery with visual pleasure and air-filtering benefits.
The park will include an jogging track of 200m which is a first for the district. There will also be the park will also have meeting spaces and tranquil areas for contemplation or informal discussions. A restaurant will be available in which guests can dinewith the panoramic perspectives from Marina Bay.
Other amenities at the development include facilities for end-of-trips for commuters who need to get to work by bicycle as well as a child care facility. efficient office layouts that are floor plans that are column-free, as well as the the integration of touchless technology on gantries as well as entryways. The development also features secured access with 4 MRT Stations — Downtown, Marina Bay, Raffles Place, and Shenton Way. Link bridges will link it to adjacent developments like One Raffles Quay and Asia Square.
Based on the developer Central Green’s position as the central point of the project is in response to the increasing demands for workplaces that prioritize wellbeing, health as well as productivity and sustainability. “Building an environmentally sustainable and green future is a core value of IOI Properties Group, and we will do everything in our power to set new standards in urban green buildings through Central Boulevard Towers, the IOI Central Boulevard Towers,” Lee Yeow-Seng who is executive vice chairman for IOI Properties.
The development has received its Building and Development Authority’s (BCA) Green Mark Platinum Award as well as it has also received the BCA Universal Design Mark Gold Award. Karen Lau, IOI Properties director of business, claims that the project has been able to achieve an “robust utilization rate” which she is able to attribute in part to IOI Central Boulevard Towers fulfilling the requirements of today’s workforce. “Our idea of design has struck powerful connection in the current market.”
In September, it was announced that the tech giant Amazon had agreed to lease 369,000 square feet of office space at the development.