19 Tai Seng
19 Tai Seng Ave is a 7-storey B2 hi-specification industrial building located in Tai Seng. It is well located, within close walking distance to Tai Seng MRT.
- Renovated common areas & toilets
- Self controlled air-conditioning
- Ample parking
- Short 6-minute walk to Tai Seng MRT and amenities
Suitable for: Manufacturing, repair & servicing, production, assembly, storage of chemicals, oils, knitting mills, core media and e-businesses.
Floor to ceiling height: 3.5m – 8m
Floor Loading: 4 -15kN/sqm
Cargo lifts: 2
Cargo lift capacity: 3 tonnes
Car park: 111 lots
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Offices For Rent
|Floor||PSF||Size (sqft)||Asking Price (negotiable)
|Level 5||$3.50||4,462||$ 15,617||Immediate||Self-controlled AC|
|Level 5||$3.50||5,354||$ 18,739||Immediate||Self-controlled AC. Bright with ample windows and a balcony.|
|Level 6||$3.50||25,000||$ 87,500||Immediate||Self-controlled AC. Exclusive use of entire floor.|
*Disclaimer: Prices reflected above are guide prices and subject to change by management at any time.
accessibility & location
Tai Seng is an industrial and commercial hub, in the North-East region, city-fringe of Singapore. It is located close to Paya Lebar commercial hub and easily accessible with the circle line Tai Seng MRT.
Food and Amenities
Although most of the buildings in Tai Seng are industrial buildings, there are ample food and amenities within these buildings to cater to the working crowd in the area. Looking for good food? Check out Miss Tam Chiak’s Tai Seng Food Guide.
The industrial buildings on both sides of Upper Paya Lebar Road are linked by an underground walkway connected to Tai Seng MRT.
Industrial buildings located in Tai Seng : 16 Tai Seng, 18 Tai Seng, J’Forte, Sakae Building, BreadTalk IHQ, RE&S Building, Charles & Keith Building, Jackson Design Hub, Tat Wan Building, Comfort Driving Centre, Traffic Police, UE Print Hub, Lux Asia Building, Natural Cool Lifestyle Hub, Marvell Asia, SCDF HQ, UB. One, TATA Communication, Deutsche Telecom Centre, Leong Huat Building, Citimax Industrial Complex, Sakae Building, DHL