Far East Square
China Street, Pekin Street, Telok Ayer Street
Far East Square is a unique enclave located in the very heart of Singapore’s central business district, nestled at the confluence of Amoy Street, Pekin Street and Telok Ayer Street.
A heritage conservation project, Far East Square exudes a vibrant yet vintage energy as it is one of the rare developments that built around the conserved the shophouses . There is also a vibrant mix of office space, restaurants, cafes, and pubs, shops, pushcarts and kiosks.
Telok Ayer MRT (Downtown Line) is a 3 min walk from Far East Square while Raffles Place MRT is 7 mins away.
Office For Rent
|Floor||PSF||Size (sqft)||Asking Price (negotiable)||Available||Remarks|
|2F||$ 6.50||1,130||$7,345||Immediate||Walk-up. Basic Lightings. Attached toilet. Wet Pantry|
|2F||$ 6.50||1,464||$9,516||Immediate||Walk-up. 6 Workstations, Lounge Area, Attached Toilet, Wet Pantry|
|2F||$ 7.20||936||$6,739||Immediate||Lift access. 24 Workstations Meeting room|
|3F||$ 7.20||1,593||$11,470||Immediate||Lift access. Fitted with light, aircon & wooden flooring.|
|3F||$ 6.00||1,819||$10,914||Immediate||Walk-up. With Mezzanine Level (549 sf). Attached toilet. Wet Pantry|
|4F||$ 6.00||1,184||$7,104||Available with notice||Walk-up. Wooden flooring, centralised aircon, basic lighting ready|
*Disclaimer: Prices reflected above are guide prices and subject to change by management at any time.
accessibility & location
Telok Ayer is a vibrant enclave of commercial buildings and shophouses located between Raffles Place and Tanjong Pagar. The area is easily accesible via Telok Ayer MRT (Downtown Line), or a short walk from Raffles Place and Tanjong Pagar MRT.
Telok Ayer is also known for its many interesting restaurants, cafes and bars, frequented by the CBD working crowd. Streets commonly included in the Telok Ayer district – Telok Ayer Street, Club Street, Ann Siang Hill, and Amoy Street.
Did you know? The Malay name Telok Ayer means “water bay”, and the then coastal road Telok Ayer Street was located alongside the bay before land reclamation work started in 1879.