88 Market Street
CapitaSpring is Singapore’s premier upcoming 51-storey mixed-use Grade A development located in the heart of the CBD, with direct fully sheltered access to Raffles Place MRT (East-West and North-South lines) and within easy access to excellent amenities – F&B, hotels, and banks. Featuring an iconic façade and harnessing the latest workplace and lifestyle innovations, the new integrated development will redefine the skyline.
The new 280-metre integrated development will offer work, live, play spaces in a vertically connected environment. Up in the tower, between the Grade A office floors and the modern serviced residences is a Green Oasis, with a height of more than 30 metres, designed with social and activity spaces spread out over four storeys of lush greenery and trees, a re-connection with nature in the middle of the city.
In support of the government’s drive toward a car-lite society and to promote healthy living, the integrated development will feature a cycling path in its perimeter, 165 bicycle lots and end-of-trip facilities to encourage the office tenants to cycle to work.
CapitaSpring had already secured JP Morgan as an anchor tenant way ahead of the building completion date and is open for leasing enquiries.
Expected Completion Date: 2H 2021
Similar projects: CapitaGreen
accessibility & location
Raffles Place is at the heart of the Central Business District (CBD) in Singapore. Major businesses choose to be located here, as it brings them closer to the pulse of business activity in Singapore.
Raffles Place also has some of the tallest commercial buildings and landmarks of the city. The density of the working crowd created a vibrant night scene around the area, with numerous bars, pubs and restaurants integrated in the office buildings and along the nearby shophouse areas.
Raffles Place is well connected via both the East West MRT Line and the North South MRT Line. Retail malls, restaurants, cafes and various amenities such as gyms and banks are also located in the area to cater to the working crowd.