Built in 1992, and standing 37-storey’s high and 166 M (545 Ft.) tall on 16 Collyer Quay in the Raffles Place zone of Singapore’s CBD, is 16 Collyer Quay – formerly known as the Hitachi Tower. Facing towards Clifford Pier and offering tenants a breathtaking view of Marina Bay, this stately structure is within 100 meters proximity of other distinguished skyscrapers like The Arcade, Change Alley, Chevron House and Tung Centre. Prominent amongst its tenants are American Express and Hitachi.
Fruit of the design work of architect firm Murphy/Jahn, Inc. Architects, in collaboration with Architects 61 Pte Ltd., a local firm, the tower features a stately-looking 13 m (43 ft) tall spire which pushes the overall structure’s height to 166 to 179 m (545 to 587 ft).
16 Collyer Quay has a convenient underground connection linking it to Raffles Place MRT Station, and offers a NLA of roughly 25,980 m2 (279,600 Sq ft).