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Discover Keppel South Central: The Workplace of the Future

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The Edge Singapore • 4 min read
Discover Keppel South Central: The Workplace of the Future
Keppel South Central is strategically located along Hoe Chiang Road, minutes’ walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station and the upcoming Prince Edward Road and Cantonment MRT Stations. Photo: Keppel
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A new Grade A commercial tower by Keppel offers smart, flexible and sustainable urban spaces for the Talents of Tomorrow.

Imagine working in a building that is designed to meet your needs, preferences and lifestyle — a workplace that empowers you to work anywhere, anytime, however you want. Imagine a building designed for the future, with cutting-edge technology, super-low energy consumption, and 24/7 facilities. Welcome to Keppel South Central, the workplace of the future.

Keppel South Central is a 33-storey commercial tower in the heart of Singapore's CBD and the gateway to the Greater Southern Waterfront. Developed by Keppel, a global asset manager and operator with expertise in sustainability-related solutions, the tower offers about 650,000 sq ft of technology-forward spaces, comprising Grade-A offices, flexible workspaces, retail and event spaces, and a diverse range of indoor and outdoor amenities, including a social kitchen.

Slated for completion in Q1 2025, Keppel South Central is strategically located along Hoe Chiang Road, minutes’ walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station and the upcoming Prince Edward Road and Cantonment MRT Stations.

With its prime location, innovative design and customer-centric features, Keppel South Central is set to become an iconic building in Singapore that successfully marries distinctive architectural elements with energy-efficient design features.

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Designed by global architecture firm NBBJ, Keppel South Central is inspired by the concept of a vertical park with built-in workspaces. Photo: Keppel

Designed for the Talents of Tomorrow

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Keppel South Central, designed by global architecture firm NBBJ, is inspired by the concept of a vertical park with built-in workspaces.

The building will be 5G-enabled and fitted with leading-edge technology, including facial recognition access, smart lighting and micro-zoned air-conditioning systems in designated areas that cater for 24/7 business operations. Tenants will have the flexibility to manage their working hours to suit their lifestyles. They will also be able to book amenities via an all-in-one integrated application that can also be used for visitor management.

Tenants will enjoy a wide range of food and beverage offerings within the development, including a double-storey rooftop restaurant and bar. Shared amenities will also be dedicated to collaboration, social activities, health and wellness, family, and even pets. These include an indoor gymnasium, outdoor fitness decks, a swimming pool, event spaces, and learning facilities.

Tenants at Keppel South Central will enjoy a wide range of food and beverage offerings within the development, including a double-storey rooftop restaurant and bar. Photo: Keppel

A leading green icon

Keppel South Central has received the BCA Green Mark Platinum Super Low Energy Award for its myriad innovative and green features. These include a high-performance facade system that will significantly reduce the amount of solar heat gain in the building, smart building management systems, rainwater harvesting systems, and the use of renewable energy. With ESG targets a growing priority for companies, Keppel South Central’s sustainability features will make it easier for tenants to attain their green targets as well as save on energy and utility costs.

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When completed, Keppel South Central's annual energy savings are expected to amount to 6.2 million kWh a year compared to a code-compliant commercial building. The savings are equal to the amount of energy required to power about 1,300 homes in Singapore for one year. Annual water savings is expected to be at about 26,000 m3, the amount required to fill 10 Olympic-sized swimming pools.

Keppel South Central, with its smart and green features, will contribute to the transformation of the Greater Southern Waterfront into a new major gateway and location for urban living. As part of Keppel's vision to advance sustainable development, Keppel South Central will create enduring value for its tenants, stakeholders, and the community.

Tenants will have the flexibility to manage their working hours to suit their lifestyles. Photo: Keppel

If you are looking for a smart, flexible and sustainable workplace, look no further than Keppel South Central — the workplace of the future.

To find out more:
Visit www.keppelsouthcentral.com

Call 6803 2630 or
Email: [email protected]

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