Marina One Residences By M+S Pte Ltd
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Marina One Residences - 2nd Launch will be set soon!


Description : Integrated Development including Marina One Residences (Tower A1 and A4), Marina One Office (Tower A2 and A3) and Retail Podium (The Heart)
Developer: M+S Pte Ltd - a joint venture of Khazanah Nasional and Temasek Holdings.
Design Architect: Ingenhoven Architects (Germany)
Landscape Architect Gustafson Porter (London)
Address Marina Way ( Under construction)
Tenure 99 years wef 1st July 2011
Site Area 26,200sqm
Expected TOP: 1st half of 2017


MARINA ONE RESIDENCES WILL BE LAUNCHING SOON ! Please take a look at Marina One Residences ' Unit Mix ...


  • Superior Location: Marina One Residences is accessible to 4 MRT Lines via 3 MRT stations, all within walking distance. It is also well connected to the rest of the island via the nearby ECP, AYE, CTE and MCE
  • Prime Address: Marina One Residences is at the heart of Singapore new CBD at Marina Bay.
  • Prestigious Developer: Marine One Residences is the joint venture by Governments of Singapore and Malaysia
  • Potential for Appreciation: With the Future Waterfront City and new CBD, it will likely to boost up the price for Marina One


2 Towers - 34 storeys each - 1024 units from 1-4 Bedroom. Fill in the form to get full floor plan.
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Facebook tipped to move to Marina One

Industry sources who asked not to be named told The Straits Times that the American technology firm is taking up more than 250,000 sq ft at Marina One. A large office space at the upcoming downtown Marina One development has been secured by Social media giant - Facebook.

Facebook is slated to be a major tenant at Marina One, taking up about 13 per cent of the total 1.88 million sq ft of prime Grade A office space available.

Marina One, an integrated development with residential units and office and retail space, is expected to be completed later this year.

The Straits Times understands that Facebook will occupy several levels, including a high-density floor with panoramic sea views and room for up to 2,000 people.

It is one of two high-density floors, spanning 170m in length and offering 100,000 sq ft of space each. These floors are on levels 28 and 29 and straddle the two 30-storey office towers at the development.

Facebook moved to a 70,000 sq ft office at South Beach Tower in Beach Road in August 2015, from a commercial building in 158, Cecil Street. It is not clear when the company will vacate the relatively new South Beach Tower, which was developed by South Beach Consortium, a joint venture between City Developments (CDL) and Malaysia's IOI Group.

A spokesman said: "We are delighted to have Facebook as our tenant... and look forward to continuing our strong relationship." CDL did not comment on Facebook's lease term at South Beach Tower.

Other tenants said to have signed deals include Swiss private bank Julius Baer and consultancy PwC Singapore. Developer M+S - a joint venture between Malaysia's Khazanah Nasional and Singapore's Temasek Holdings - declined to comment.

In its last update in June, M+S said that the signed leases, together with those under documentation, will bring Marina One's take-up to more than 550,000 sq ft, or about 30 per cent of the total office space.

Swanky new builds with larger floor plates, such as Marina One and Guoco Tower in Tanjong Pagar, have been drawing big tenants from other commercial buildings in a "flight to efficiency", amid changing work culture and the rise of open-plan offices.

Consultancy Knight Frank noted in a recent report that it "continues to make sense" for many businesses to move to premium office buildings, as average rents have fallen by 10 per cent over the past year.

"For many big multinationals, there is a preference to put everyone on one floor to drive greater efficiency. They also need lots of space for meeting rooms and areas where staff could socialise and perhaps spark new ideas," said Dr Lee Nai Jia, head of South-east Asia research at Edmund Tie and Co.

Such moves are seen to have a cascading effect in the office market as firms upgrade from older buildings to newer ones or those that have better specifications.

Marina One offers one of the largest typical office floor plates in Marina Bay, ranging from 34,000 sq ft to 40,000 sq ft.

"It encourages landlords of older buildings to redevelop or enhance their property," said Chesterton Singapore's managing director Donald Han. "Redevelopment will take some office stock off the market and, over the long term, we will have better-quality buildings as well."

Prudential eyeing move to Marina One

NEW office projects continue to fuel leasing activity. Word in the market is that British life insurer Prudential is in advanced stages of negotiations for a lease in the low zone of Marina One's East Tower. The exact space may not be finalised yet but could extend up to 90,000 square feet, including a presence at ground level for a customer service centre.

Prudential currently occupies 70,000 sq ft at Prudential Tower, where its lease is said to expire in early 2018. Prudential declined to comment when contacted by The Business Times.

Prudential eyeing move to Marina One

At the new UIC Building coming up at 5 Shenton Way, Japan's leading shipping group Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) is said to have signed a lease for about 68,000 sq ft across three and a half floors. MOL is expected to consolidate from several locations across the island. It declined to comment.

The first office tenant signed at UIC Building was JustGroup, which will occupy 40,000 sq ft on two levels. A few other leasing deals are said to be in discussions at the 23-storey office tower, which will have more than 280,000 sq ft of net lettable area (NLA) office space and is expected to receive Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) in the first quarter of next year. The average gross effective monthly rental at the new UIC Building is said to be close to S$8 per square foot.

It will be part of an office and residential mixed development project on the former UIC Building site. The residential component, named V on Shenton, will have 510 apartments in a taller tower that is slated to receive TOP in the second half of 2017.

As for Marina One, other recent tenant names being mentioned in the market include Olam, which is currently at Suntec City, and JustGroup.

Earlier-reported tenant names at Marina One include The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU), which has leased 140,000 sq ft over three and a half floors, and PwC, which is believed to be taking a lease for around 180,000 sq ft.

Swiss private bank Julius Baer has leased the development's 104,000 sq ft Level 28, which spans the East and West towers. This is one of two high-density floors in the Marina One project.

BTMU will be exiting Republic Plaza, PwC will be leaving its current location at 8 Cross Street and Julius Baer will be vacating its space at Asia Square Tower 1.

Marina One's two officer towers will yield about 1.88 million sq ft of office space.

Savills executive director (commercial leasing) Marcus Loo noted that rentals have dropped to a level where tenants are beginning to appreciate and justify relocating vis-a-vis a lease renewal at their existing premises. "The bulk of leasing activity is a flight-to-quality movement to new projects with little expansion in the physical area take-up of space.

"That said, even if a tenant leases the same amount of space in a new office development, it should be able to house more people, thanks to bigger and more efficient floor-plates - resulting in a saving of circulation space and duplication of common facilities."

About 3.5 million sq ft of offices are being completed in 2016 and 2017 - at Guoco Tower (which received TOP last month), Duo, Marina One and the new UIC Building.

Moray Armstrong, managing director of advisory and transactions at CBRE, noted that most of the big pre-leasing activity over the the past few quarters has been done at rentals which are at support levels.

"The bulk of the best deals from a tenant's perspective have already been done, and we are starting to see selectively a few examples of developers testing higher rents.

"The office rental recovery, when it comes, will be led by quality, Grade A Core CBD buildings - though there will be some residual downward pressure that may impact some older-generation Grade B buildings in the CBD" that are expected to see vacancies rise from mid-2017 onwards as tenants move to the newly-completed projects.

The challenge in backfilling such space in older buildings may impact the prospects for the Grade B segment in the mid-term; in such a scenario, a rise in islandwide office vacancy rates seems inevitable, he added.

A commonly-held view about the Singapore office market is that things will improve from 2018 when the current supply bulge would have been absorbed, with very limited new office supply in the CBD between 2019 and 2021. But this view may be starting to lose currency.

A seasoned office agent who declined to be named said: "We may be headed for another big wave of completions in 2019-2021 to the tune of more than two million sq ft - from redevelopment projects such as Golden Shoe Car Park, CPF Building, Funan, Afro Asia Building and Park Mall and not forgetting the brand new development on a greenfield site along Central Boulevard on offer at an Urban Redevelopment Authority tender that closes next month."

He estimates that following the completion of 3.5 million sq ft of offices in 2016-2017, the following year is set to see another 1.5 million sq ft of new completions - primarily from Frasers Tower in the Telok Ayer/Cecil Street area and Paya Lebar Quarter.

"We're staring at a scenario of no growth in employment or population, so unless the government comes up with some plan to boost the economy, we'll likely continue to see people moving from older buildings to new buildings with not much net increase in demand. I do not know where new demand will come from to backfill the space that will be vacated in older office properties from next year onwards."

Marina One Residences will launch the second block in 2017.
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Marina One Residences Launch in 2017 - Price From $2,248 psf !!!

More than 90 percent units released in the first tower of Marina One Residences have been taken up. The next phase of 521 units at the second block will be launched when the property obtains its TOP (Temporary Occupation Permit) in 2017. After being exempted from the Qualifying Certificate (QC) rules by the Residential Property Act can result in the better prices later for home-buyers.

Marina One Residences Latest Price

Average Price For Marina One Second Launch - $2,248 psf !!!

ONE BEDROOM - Median Price around $1.5 million !!!

It is expected that the demand for one-bedders will be quite healthy. They will be gone with the average price of about $1.5 million. Units - can be bought at the premium average price of $2,248 psf during the its upcoming launch in 2017, M+S Chief Operating Officer (COO) Kemmy Tan noted, then they can increase once the development has obtained its TOP.

In June 2016, M+S Pte Ltd (M+S) celebrated Marina One's topping-out, its flagship development in the prestigious Marina Bay area, Singapore.

Besides three awards for Best Mixed-use Development, Best Mixed-use Architecture and Best High Rise Architecture at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012, Marina One Residences with environmentally friendly and sustainable design have achieved a BCA Green Mark Platinum rating.

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Showflat Units of Marina One Residences

Showflat units of Marina One Residences will be designed by August Design Consultant for 1 and 3 Bedroom and by Axis ID for 2 and 4 Bedroom.

The iconic landmark of Marina Bay consists of 1024 units, situating on 2 blocks of 21 Marina Bay and 23 Marina Bay.

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Keyplan of block A4 - 21 Marina Bay with showflat units marked

Showflat Units of Marina One Residences by M+S

Unit Type Unit ID Unit Size
1 Bedroom Type 1D (#9) 65 sq m/ 700 sq ft (including balcony of 8 sq m / 86 sq ft)
2 Bedroom Type 2E (#17) 103 sq m / 1109 sq ft (including balcony of 12 sq m / 129 sq ft)
3 Bedroom Type 3A (#7) 141 sq m / 1518 sq ft (including balcony of 12 sq m / 129 sq ft)
4 Bedroom Type 4A (#8) 202 sqm / 2174 sq ft (including balcony of 23 sq m / 248 sq ft)

Showflat Unit Floor Plan

Type 1D Showflat unit

Type 1D (#9) - Typical Showflat Unit for 1 Bedroom

Type 2E Showflat

Type 2E (#17) - Typical Showflat Unit for 2 Bedroom

Type 3A Showflat unit

Type 3A (#7) - Typical Showflat Unit for 3 Bedroom

Type 4A Showflat unit

Type 4A (#8) - Typical Showflat Unit for 4 Bedroom

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Why to invest in Marina One Residences?

1. Marine One Project - Multiple Awards Winner

With all the infrastructure currently in place as well as those slated in the near future, all the signs bode well for projects in the Marina Bay vicinity. This groundbreaking joint venture between Singapore’s Temasek Holdings and Malaysia’s Khazanah Nasional is rightly getting all the accolades and attention even before the official launch. Marina One - Joint Venture between Singapore and Malaysia
To date, Marina One Singapore has won three awards – Best High Rise Architecture, Best Mixed Use Architecture and Best Mixed Used Development at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012.

2. Marina Bay – New York Central in near future

Marina Bay is shaping up to become like the New York Center of Asia :
  • The tallest buildings in Singapore are in the CBD (Central Business District) near the Marina Bay area.
  • Some of the best and prestigious restaurants in Singapore are found within a one-km radius of Marina Bay.
  • Five MRT lines will serve this area: the North-South line, Circle line, and, in the future, the Downtown line, Eastern Region Line, and Thomson Line.
  • The Esplanade is becoming a major venue for the arts and theatre scene
  • And, similar to Central Park, there is Gardens by the Bay.
  • And, for the Statue of Liberty, well, there is the Merlion.
  • And, Marina Bay is flanked by water, the Singapore River and the Bay on one side, and the sea on the other.
  • The CBD (Central Business District) is the financial heart of Singapore where multinational companies hold regional headquarters.
Just like New York, Marina One Singapore is increasingly a greater attractive piece of real estate for the shrewd investor and savvy home-stayer alike.
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Marine One Office - Prime Location defines your business's success.

3. Marina One Residences - Simply a different world that's entirely yours

This prestigious mixed-use development at the centre of Singapore’s business district aims to become its signature real estate development. Its brief is to define new standards of luxury urban living and to create an international benchmark for design and sustainability excellence.

marina one landscape

Marina One’s is one of the first developments of its type to integrate soft landscape into the fabric of the building. Called ‘The Green Heart’, Marina One’s elevated public garden sits between its four high-rise towers, creating a seamless transition between a sculptural, planted landscape and architecture.

The vertical garden is designed with lower and mid-level ‘sky terraces’ offering lush vegetation, spectacular waterfalls and calm reflecting pools. The planting is designed to create inspiring and multi-functional urban spaces to be enjoyed by all in Singapore.