Marina Bay Financial Centre

Marina Bay Residences & Suites

Marking a significant chapter in Singapore’s ongoing commitment to dynamic urban development, Marina Bay Financial Center blends varied programs in an assemblage of buildings with unique, crystalline language.

The development marks a significant chapter in Singapore’s ongoing commitment to dynamic urban development. The three commercial towers employ a range of floor plate sizes in order to accommodate the demands of a variety of corporations and institutions. The towers are positioned to maximize the office perimeter views of the bay, promoting a visual porosity throughout the site. Expansive, urban-scaled lobbies with floor-to-ceiling glass facades activate the adjacent plazas and streets, coupled by high-quality materials and finishes.

A new city park sits at the center of the development linking commercial, residential, and retail programs while reflecting Singapore’s affinity for public outdoor space. The extensive above- and below-grade retail and dining venues open onto pocket parks and urban plazas, offering a varied spectrum of user experiences. The Marina Bay Financial Center is situated atop Singapore’s Underground Pedestrian Network (UPN), connecting the center at multiple points to Singapore’s MRT and a subterranean retail concourse.




Cheung Kong Holdings, Hongkong Land, Keppel Land


Aplusi Asia (Interior Designer), DCA Architecture (Associate Architect, Phase 1), A61 (Associate Architect, Phase 2)


Mixed-Use, Office, Planning + Urban Design, Residential, Retail


371,700 m2 / 4,000,000 ft2


970 Residences


Greenmark Gold


10 Year Award (CTBUH Award of Excellence 2023), Mixed Use Building-Gold Award (MIPIM Asia 2011), People’s Choice Award (MIPIM Asia 2011), Best Tall Building in Asia + Oceania-Finalist (CTBUH 2011), Tall Building: Excellence Award-Commendation (FIABCI 2012), High-rise Residential Building ( FIABCI Singapore 2014), Excellence Award: Office category (FIABCI 2012)

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Project Type:Mixed-Use
Project Location:Asia Pacific