It's the old AIA headquarter.
Savills Singapore has been appointed to market 1A Keong Saik Road, a contiguous row of three storey 1920’s conservation shop houses with a total site area of 13,441 sf and gross floor area of 34,230sf.
The property is owned by AIA Singapore and up to late last year, the property housed part of AIA Singapore’s agency operations. The agency operations have since moved into AIA’s other owned properties within Singapore.Strategically located at the Keong Sail – Neil Road – Duxton junction, in an exciting district lined with colorful heritage shop houses, 1A Keong Said Road is just a stone’s throw away from Chinatown, Clarke Quay, Harbourfront and the Outram MRT station, and is a highly popular lifestyle destination for Michelin Star and celebrity chefs restaurants .
Surrounded by fancy boutique hotels, trendy designer bars and stylishly chic cafes, this property, according to Savills, is the 'missing jigsaw puzzle piece' that will firmly establish Tanjong Pagar as the latest and trendiest lifestyle destination.
Here's more from Savills:
As Singapore continues to evolve as a cosmopolitan city where heritage meets urban chic, Tanjong Pagar is fast transforming into a vibrant and popular destination for creative office spaces, swanky boutique hotels and celebrity chefs. In addition to the many new residential developments such as the Pinnacle@ Duxton, an integrated development Tanjong Pagar site, and Eon at Shenton, the quaint Tanjong Pagar is starting to stir, fast overtaking their glitzy neighbors like Club Street and Ann Siang Hill to become the precinct that never sleeps.
Tanjong Pagar is a well manicured district of historic shophouses juxtaposed with modern edifices. With the nearby docklands slated for relocation in 2026, to be replaced by low rise, sea fronting, residential developments, the area will begin to experience a sea of change expected to elevate both investment values and business activity. As more professionals strive to “work hard, play harder’, Tanjong Pagar is well positioned and aligned with the lifestyle trend towards living, working and playing in the city.
Senior Director of Lifestyle and Retail Savills Singapore, Sulian Tan-Wijaya says that Tanjong Pagar has truly evolved and transformed into a hip, colorful and exciting precinct where the rapid growth of office and residential developments have been matched by the proliferation of boutique hotels, Michelin Star and celebrity chef restaurants; trendy bars and cafes. “The main attraction for Tanjong Pagar is its quaint conservation shophouses juxtaposed with modern skyscrapers. It is this meld of contrasts that draws the crowd in-a playground that serves their needs day and night, whether at work, play or even at home” she said.
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