Structure in general
- Outstanding feature: 5 shuttle double-deck elevators, load 2 x 1770kg, speed 5m/sec.
- This building was originally built as the headquaters for the Post Office Savings Bank (POSB).
- The POSB was subsequently bought over by the Development Bank of Singapore (DBS) while the building was only half-completed.
- The amalgamated bank already occupies two towers a few streets away (DBS Towers 1 and 2), and hence the building became the headquaters of the newly formed CapitaLand Limited, the result of a merger between Pidemco Land and DBS Land, the property arm of the bank.
- Since its completion, it graces the Singapore skyline as the fourth tallest, and the tallest building in the Shenton Way-Tanjong Pagar financial district.
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Also recorded for this building:
Tenant, Project management, General contractor, Elevator supplier, Facade engineering, Structural engineering, Wind surveyor, Developer, Client, Electrical engineering, Mechanical engineering, Foundation company, Lighting installation, Facade supplier, Landscape architect, Quantity surveyor, Security services
Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings
- City landmark
- Observation floor is available
- Public parking is available
- Skylobby is present
- Structured cabling is installed