CapitaSpring

Market Street, Singapore

Set to officially open its doors in 2021, CapitaSpring is the next premium development under Capitaland’s extensive portfolio of commercial properties. The tower is envisioned to be a fully-integrated, vertically-connected ecosystem where work, play, and life can all come together in one. With a height of 920 feet, this Grade A building will uphold the title of the second-tallest skyscraper in Singapore, only falling slightly behind Guoco Tower in Tanjong Pagar. CapitaSpring will make its home on 86 & 88 Market Street, right in the heart of Singapore’s financial district, Raffles Place. The entire project development is worth approximately $1,820,000, an amount worthy of Capitaland’s new flagship location. This building is expected to have it all: Grade A office floors, modern serviced apartments, and even a Green Oasis that spans more than 30 meters of social and activity spaces shrouded in trees and greenery. To encourage the reduced usage of cars, the development will also include its own cycling path around the perimeter of the complex. Currently located in Capital Tower, global financial giant J.P. Morgan is expected to relocate its Singapore headquarters to CapitaSpring and become the property’s anchor tenant.

CapitaSpring
88 Market Street, null 048942

Set to officially open its doors in 2021, CapitaSpring is the next premium development under Capitaland’s extensive portfolio of commercial properties. The tower is envisioned to be a fully-integrated, vertically-connected ecosystem where work, play, and life can all come together in one. With a height of 920 feet, this Grade A building will uphold the title of the second-tallest skyscraper in Singapore, only falling slightly behind Guoco Tower in Tanjong Pagar. CapitaSpring will make its home on 86 & 88 Market Street, right in the heart of Singapore’s financial district, Raffles Place. The entire project development is worth approximately $1,820,000, an amount worthy of Capitaland’s new flagship location. This building is expected to have it all: Grade A office floors, modern serviced apartments, and even a Green Oasis that spans more than 30 meters of social and activity spaces shrouded in trees and greenery. To encourage the reduced usage of cars, the development will also include its own cycling path around the perimeter of the complex. Currently located in Capital Tower, global financial giant J.P. Morgan is expected to relocate its Singapore headquarters to CapitaSpring and become the property’s anchor tenant.

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About CapitaSpring

Capitaland Commercial Management Pte Ltd
2021
Single
51
Grade A
Offices, Retail, Restaurants, Residential
J.P. Morgan (expected)
BCA Green Mark Platinum, BCA Universal Design Mark Gold Plus

Building Access

Yes
350
165

Floor Space

920
647,000
22,000

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Health & Fitness

With such a central location downtown, CapitaSpring will also be within arm’s reach of a variety of gyms and fitness centres, catering to both general workout requirements and more specialised, targeted regimens. Among the big fitness chains in Singapore, Virgin Active has a spacious location in One Raffles Place, which is just one block away and requires a mere 3-minute walk. There are up to 200 classes held at this centre per week, covering the likes of AntiGravity Yoga and High-Intensity Interval classes. Members are welcome to utilize the general weights and training machines as well, with or without a personal trainer. More niche offerings in the area include Ritual, who’s unique selling point is efficient, 30-minute workouts that promise to deliver results without taking too much time out of a workday. An excellent choice for busy people on the go. Clinics and hospitals are well-located in CapitaSpring’s surrounding area, catering to any medical concerns and walk-in appointments throughout the day. At One Raffles Place next door, tenants can drop by the OneCare Medical Clinic, which has several branches spread across the island. By taking a 7-minute walk towards the Telok Ayer area, tenants can reach a Raffles Medical, one of the largest chains of clinics and hospitals in Singapore. At these clinics, office workers can get access to general checkups and prescription medication if necessary.

Food & Drink

Following its launch in 2021, CapitaSpring will provide tenants with a variety of in-house restaurants, bars and cafes. The Raffles City area at large is bustling with F&B options as well! Next door, at Republic Plaza, drop by Teppei Syokudo for their signature kaisendon (sashimi rice bowl), pick up a warm cup of coffee from The Coffee Bean, or try out fresh handmade pasta dishes from StopOver Artisan Pasa. On the ground floor of Republic Plaza, Hans im Glück is a popular German burgergrill that tends to draw in large lunch crowds on workdays. Beyond Republic Plaza, there is a great diversity of choice throughout the entire neighbourhood, and most restaurants and eateries can be found among the many premium office towers in the area. Affordable and fast meals can be found in the staple food courts in Raffles Place. Noteworthy options include the Food Junction in One Raffles Place and the NTUC Foodfare located at the Clifford Centre, just a short walk away from the Raffles Place MRT station. Lau Pa Sat is arguably the most iconic hawker centre in the area, a popular destination for tourists with its breadth of local delicacies and unique, Victorian architecture.

Transport

As part of Singapore’s downtown core, CapitaSpring is designed to be easily accessible for all tenants traveling from the different corners of the island. Raffles Place MRT is the closest MRT station to the office tower, requiring only a 2-minute walk along Malacca Street. This station lies at an intersection point between the East-West Line and the North-East Line, enabling accessibility to three of the four major regions in Singapore. At this interchange, a network of underpasses connect travellers to several key developments, including the Marina Bay Link Mall and the Downtown MRT station along the Downtown Line. Slightly further out, tenants can also access the Downtown Line directly via Telok Ayer MRT, which occupies the intersection between Cross Street and Telok Ayer Street. While slightly more distant from CapitaSpring than Raffles Place MRT, this station requires only a 5-minute walk and enables more convenient access for tenants coming from Little India, Chinatown, Bugis and Suntec City. For those who prefer travelling by car, CapitaSpring is not directly connected to any of the major trunk roads or highways, but the closest would be Robinson Road, accessible via the Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE) and the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE).

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