Ocean Financial Centre
|Ocean Financial Centre|
An artist's impression of the finished building
|Location||Raffles Place, Downtown Core, Singapore|
|Roof||245 metres (804 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects|
|Developer||Keppel Land International Limited|
|Main contractor||Obayashi Corporation|
The Ocean Financial Centre is an office building in Singapore. It is built on the site of the former Ocean Building, which has been demolished. The new building retained the name and many of the tenants of the former office block, and will serve primarily as a home to financial corporations.
On October 17, 2011, K-REIT Asia acquired the building from Keppel Land for more than S$2 billion.
Ocean Financial Centre houses the Honorary Consulate of Cyprus on the 37th floor of the building.
Demolition of the old building. The Sail@Marina Bay can be seen in the background.
Behind the Customs House in the foreground is Ocean Towers. Ocean Financial Centre now occupies the vacant plot to the left of Ocean Towers, in front of Republic Plaza.
The topping out of the new building on 24 November 2010
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