The formerly iconic 21-storey Straits Trading Building on Battery Road in 1972, which was then one of the earliest landmark <!--more-->structures in a business district; and fully integrated and self-contained commercial and retail malls like Great Eastern Centre and China Square Central. In 2009, Straits Developments completed the redeveloped Straits Trading Building. The new 28-storey building cost $60 million and was officially opened in 2010.
Located at the landmark Straits Trading Building, be right smack in the business buzz of Raffles Place. Free your mind in an abstract forest inspired environment with plenty of cozy courtyards for discussion. Clinch the deal on two levels of gorgeous sky gardens with sprawling views of Singapore’s latest jewel: Marina Bay.
Battery Road is the Singapore equivalent to Wall Street, with the congregation of all major banks and other financial institutions within the vicinity. Hob-nob with other bigwigs in the game at any of the nearby interesting concept cafes and bars set up by local creative entrepreneurs. There is always something to see and do close to work, if not hop onto the nearby Raffles Place train to explore further, or stroll down the district for close-up views of the bay.