Commercial Building Details
Keppel Bay Tower is a 18-storey commercial building situated at 1 Harbourfront Avenue Singapore 098632, district 04. It is one of Maple Tree’s developments. This waterfront business hub is primarily used for office sale and rental which is the perfect place for multinational corporations. The offices have full height windows which offer tenants unobstructed views of the marina , Mount Faber and the waterfront residential area.
Commercial Building Location
Keppel Bay Tower is strategically located near CBD, PSA and very close to the renowned Sentosa Islands. It is near to Harbour front, Telok Blangah and Labrador Park Mrt stations making it very convenient for commuters. There are also several bus services available. For vehicle owners, travelling to CBD and Orchard district will take you about 10 to 15 minutes. Travelling to Sentosa Island is made possible via ferry, cable or by bus.
Keppel Bay Tower is within walking distance to Harbourfront Centre and Vivocity which has a myriad of amenities like eateries, retail shops, supermarkets and banks. Vivocity is one Singapore’s largest shopping mall which was built on the site of the former World Trade Centre. Sentosa is a popular island resort is also a short distance away from here. Sentosa hosts a lot of attractions including Universal Studios Singapore, Fort Silosa, Golf Courses , Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon and Musical Fountain.
Keppel Bay Tower is definitely a highly sought after commercial building as it is centrally located and is seamlessly connected to all parts of Singapore with excellent transportation means. It is also close to the world renowned entertainment center; Sentosa Island which attract millions of local and tourists each year.All in all , Keppel Bay Tower is in close proximity to a myriad of vibrant facilities creating a unique work , play and live environment unlike the conventional business district.
Did You Know ?
Sentosa has over 30 heritage trees including insect eating plants, migratory birds and stunning butterflies. It also has 8 different habitats including wetlands, rocky seashores and coastal rainforests. The Magpie Robin which is an endangered species is seen frequently in Sentosa due to its highly suitable habitat.