Far East Square
Far East Square
19 China Street
|Locality Raffles Place||
|Year Built 1999||Typical Floor Area 7000 sqft||Storey 16|
|Grade A -||BCA Greenmark -||F&B Options High (>10 food places within 100m)|
Far East Square is nestled at the confluence of Amoy Street, Pekin Street and Telok Ayer Street. It is a unique retail and office mixed development located in the heart of Singapore's Central Business District, District 01. Opened in 1999, it is a heritage conservation project with a vibrant mix of restaurants, cafes, and pubs, as well as shops, pushcarts, kiosks and offices. Office units located within modern shophouses with a centralized air-conditioning system, are available for rent. It is within a 5 minutes walk to Telok Ayer and Raffles Place MRT Station.
Raffles Place is the epi-centre of the Singapore’s financial district. It is located within the Downtown core and houses some of the world’s largest and most renowned financial and technology establishments. That considered, this core district is heterogeneous in nature given its geographical span as well as the varied selection of real estate offerings. This includes some of Singapore’s tallest buildings as well as a meaningful portfolio of conserved shophouses located nearer to the upstream of the Singapore River (Boat Quay precinct). Raffles Place is very well supported by a wide range of Food and Beverage (F&B) options and is strategically located just right beside the civic districts which house some of Asia’s best museums.