Singapore Land Tower

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Singapore Land Tower
Singapore Land Tower 3.jpg
Alternative names 50 Raffles Place
Shell Tower
General information
Type Commercial offices
Government offices
Location Raffles Place, Downtown Core, Singapore
Coordinates 1°17′05″N 103°51′06″E / 1.2846°N 103.8518°E / 1.2846; 103.8518Coordinates: 1°17′05″N 103°51′06″E / 1.2846°N 103.8518°E / 1.2846; 103.8518
Completed 1980
Owner Singapore Land Limited
Height
Roof 190 m (620 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 48
Floor area 620,000 sq ft (58,000 m2)
Design and construction
Architect P & T Architects & Engineers Limited
Architects 61 Private Limited
References
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Singapore Land Tower is a 48-storey 190 m (620 ft) skyscraper located in the central business district of Singapore. The tower is located at 50 Raffles Place, adjacent to Raffles Place MRT Station.[4][5] It is just 100 metres away from Boat Quay and Collyer Quay.[6]

The German and Ukrainian Embassies are located in the building.

History[edit]

Construction on the Singapore Land Tower was completed in 1980. The tower underwent alteration and recladding works as well as a new roofing feature of which the works received statutory completion status in August 2003.

Companies involved in the development of the building included Singapore Land Limited, CapitaLand Limited, Rider Hunt Levett & Bailey, Mitsubishi Elevator and Escalator, Architects 61 Pte Ltd, Colliers International (Singapore) Private Limited, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, SEB and The Boston Consulting Group.

Another view of Singapore Land Tower 

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