Marina Centre

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Marina Centre
Subzone of Downtown Core Planning Area
Name transcription(s)
 • Chinese滨海中心
 • MalayMarina Pusat
Marina Centre, with Marina Bay in the foreground.
Marina Centre, with Marina Bay in the foreground.
CountrySingapore

Marina Centre (Chinese: 滨海中心; Malay: Marina Pusat) is a zone of reclaimed land within the Downtown Core in the southern part of Singapore. Together with the Marina South area, it encloses the sheltered Marina Bay.

Suntec City, Marina Square, Millenia Walk, and the Singapore Flyer are located within the Marina Centre.

Work began in 8 July 1978. Marina Centre was designed between 1986 and 1997 by DP Architects, in collaboration with John Portman Associates; Kevin Roche, John Dinkeloo and Associates; John Burgee and Philip Johnson; and Tsao and McKown.[1]

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  1. ^ Collin Anderson (2012). Evolution of a Retail Streetscape: DP Architects on Orchard Road. Images Publishing. ISBN 978-1-86470-462-4.[not in citation given]