Telok Ayer Shophouses
Telok Ayer Street, Amoy Street, Stanley Street, Boon Tat Street, McCallum Street
|Street||Level||Size (sqft)||Asking rent /mth||Available||Remarks|
|Stanley Street||#02-01||750||$ 6,500||Immediate||Fitted with 8 workstations, features a roof deck space of 250 sf lift access|
|Stanley Street||#02-02||750||$ 9,500||Immediate||Fitted with 8 workstations, features a roof deck space of 250 sf lift access|
|Gemmil Lane||#03-02||1,000||$ 7,000||Immediate||Walk-up. Provision of workstations|
|Stanley Street||2F||1,120||$ 5,500||Mar-20|
|Stanley Street||3F||1,120||$ 5,500||Mar-20|
|Stanley Street||4F||1,389||$ 8,000||Immediate|
|Telok Ayer Street||3F +Attic||1,413||$ 6,000||Immediate||Retail|
|Amoy Street||3F||1,493||$ 7,200||Immediate|
|Amoy Street||2F + Attic||1,500||$ 7,500||Immediate|
|Stanley Street||3F||1,543||$ 9,600||Immediate|
|Gemmil Lane||3F + Mezz||1,650||$ 13,000||May-20||Walk-up|
|Amoy Street||2F||1,761||$ 8,800||Immediate|
|Stanley Street||2F& 3F||2,400||$ 13,000||Immediate||Details here|
|Amoy Street||#01-01||2,500||$ 35,000||Apr-20||Core F&B provisions provided, high ceiling height|
|Amoy Street||#03-03||2,605||$ 23,000||Immediate||Lift accessibility, refurbished common area, single floor plate featuring outdoor balcony. Details here.|
|Amoy Street||3F & Mezz||2,850||$ 23,000||With notice period||Lift accessibility, refurbished common area, single floor plate & mezz floor|
accessibility & location
Telok Ayer is a vibrant enclave of commercial buildings and shophouses located between Raffles Place and Tanjong Pagar. The nearest MRT is Telok Ayer MRT (Downtown Line), however, it is only a 5 -10 min walk from both Raffles Place MRT and Tanjong Pagar MRT.
Telok Ayer is known for its many interesting restaurants, cafes and bars, frequented by the CBD working crowd. Many offices and boutique gyms are located in the shophouses in the area as well. Telok Ayer district includes Telok Ayer Street, Amoy Street, Stanley Street, Boon Tat Street and McCallum 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.