IOI Central Boulevard Towers to feature ‘largest urban sky park’ in Marina Bay
According to the property developer, Central Green’s positioning as the prime focus of the project is an action to heightening interest for workplaces that prioritise health, well-being, productivity and sustainability. “Building an eco-friendly, lasting future is in the DNA of IOI Properties Group, and we spare no initiative to set fresh standards in metropolitan environment-friendly structures with the IOI Central Boulevard Towers,” says Lee Yeow Seng, corporate vice chairman of IOI Properties.
Additional attributes at the development include end-of-trip centers for those commuting to the workplace by riding a bike, a childcare center, effective workplace layouts with column-free layout, along with integration of intelligent touchless technology at gantries and entryways. The property in addition has secure connections to four MRT Terminals– Downtown, Marina Bay, Raffles Place and Shenton Method. Link bridges will connect it to adjoining properties, One Raffles Quay as well as Asia Square.
IOI Central Blvd Towers, the Grade An office space project by IOI Properties Group in Marina Bay, is schedule for finish in 3Q2023. Comprising 2 workplace towers of 16 and 48 floors sitting on top of a seven-storey podium, the project is going to have 1.26 million sq ft of workplace and 30,000 sq ft of retail store and F&B upon finalization.
According to the property developer, Central Green is modelled as a miniature Singapore Botanical Gardens or Gardens by the Bay. Greater than 68,000 plants will be placed at the park, with 18 specially-curated species. The plants will blend colours, appearances and types to offer a grassy landscape with a visual treat and air-filtering advantages.
The park is going to house a 200m exercising track, noting one more initial in the community and also meeting coverings and silent places for informal conversations or contemplation. There will possibly even be a cafe where visitors can eat, overlooking breathtaking scenery of Marina Bay.
The development has achieved the Building and Construction Authority’s (BCA) Green Mark Platinum Honor along with the BCA Universal Design Mark Gold Award. Karen Lau, IOI Properties’ head of business, states that the development has attained a “robust tenancy price”, which she credits to IOI Central Blvd Towers fulfilling the demands of the today’s workforce. “Our style principle has struck a firm chord with the market.”
Biophilia is a crucial component of the property, with a large portion of the location dedicated to greenery. This consists of Central Green, a large 120,000 sq ft park on level 7 of the development. Called the “largest urban sky park” in the Marina Bay district, Central Green will present a stretch of yards expanding 160m long, or the equivalent of 3 Olympic-sized pool set end-to-end.
In September, it was reported that technology business Amazon.com had signed a rent for 369,000 sq ft of workplace at development.