CLI, along with Mitsui and Co and Tokyo Tatemono, have officially opened office development 79 Robinson Road.
CapitaLand Investments, along with Mitsui and Co and Tokyo Tatemono, have officially opened office development 79 Robinson Road.
Located within what will be known as the Greater Southern Waterfront area, 79 Robinson Road is jointly owned by the three parties.
It is a 29-storey building with a net lettable area (NLA) of about 518,000 sq ft, and was designed by American firm Gensler in collaboration with Singapore’s DCA Architects. To date, 79 Robinson Road has secured close to 93% in committed occupancy.
In addition to the building’s core workspace offerings, Bridge+, CapitaLand’s flexible workspace and community platform, operates 56,000 sq ft of collaborative spaces at 79 Robinson Road that are also accessible by tenants of the building.
Chris Chong, CEO of Retail and Workspace (Singapore and Malaysia) for CLI, said: “We are heartened by the strong leasing interest in 79 Robinson Road, as well as in the newly completed CapitaSpring, which reflects CapitaLand’s ability to meet evolving workspace needs amidst robust demand for quality workspace in prime CBD locations.”
As at 3.08 pm, shares of CLI were trading at $3.59, down once cent or 0.28% lower than its previous close.