Commercial Building Details
Introduction of Robinson Centre
Robinson Centre is a 20-storey commercial building soaring to a height of 68.94 meter. It was built in year 2000. Robinson Centre is situated in the heart of Central Business District at 61 Robinson Road Singapore 068893 in the prime district 01. This commercial space is primarily used for office sale and rental.
Robinson Centre has a very good office layout with maximum and efficient use of office space. It is also equipped with basic amenities. Its location in the center of Singapore’s Downtown Core Central Business District which is a very favorable location for many business.
MON-FRI before 5/6pm: $2.00/30min
MON-FRI after 5/6pm: $3/entry
SAT: Charges same as weekdays but $2.50/entry after 1pm
SUN / PUBLIC HOLIDAYS: Charges same as weekdays but $2.50/entry after 1pm
Commercial Building Location
Robinson Centre is strategically located at 61 Robinson Road S068893 near to the bustling Central Business District Financial Hub in the Shenton Way Zone. It is approximately 0.27 KM to Downtown MRT Station. Other nearby Mrt stations includes Tanjong Pagar and Telok Ayer Mrt stations. There are also several bus stops nearby at UIC building, opposite GB Building and opposite The Ogilvy Centre. Major expressways like AYE and ECP allow you to get to many places conveniently. Driving to Orchard Shopping District will take you about 10-15 minutes. It is seamlessly connected to the rest of Singapore.
There is nothing more energizing and exciting than reveling in the pulse of the city. There is a cluster of exciting amenities around here:
Malls: Nearby mega malls like Marina Bay Link Mall, Marina Bay Sands, Capital Square, Far East Square, China Square Central, Chinatown Point, Central, Esplanade Mall and many more others which have a myriad of amenities like eateries, retail shops, supermarkets and banks.
For more dining options to satisfy your taste buds, head down to the restaurants along Raffles Quay, Robinson Road, Shenton Way, Marina Boulevard and Market Street. For hawker food lovers, you can head down to China Square Food Centre, Maxwell Road Hawker Centre, Market Street Food Centre, Golden Shoe Hawker Centre and Lau Pat Sat.
Night entertainment: If you are a party goer, you can head down to Singapore’s number 1 entertainment area around Mohammed Sultan, Boat Quay and Clarke Quay to party all night long.
Hotels: Nearby international luxurious hotels include Fullerton Bay Hotel, Pan Pacific Hotel, Marina Mandarin Hotel and Marina Bay Sands Hotel.
Condominiums: There are also several prestigious residential buildings like Skysuites @ Anson, One Shenton, 76 Shenton Way, Eon Shenton, V on shenton, Marina Bay Suites, The Sail which are highly sought after by locals and expats.
Supermarkets: The nearest supermarkets are Cold Storage supermarket at China Square Central, Sheng Siong Supermarket at 52 Chin Swee Road and NTUC Fairprice supermarket at Tanjong Pagar Plaza.
Healthcare: For medical consult, General Practitioner clinics in the area, Outram Polyclinic, Singapore General Hospital, National Heart Centre, National Cancer Centre and Singapore National Eye Centre in the area to provide specialist healthcare services for you.
Education: The educational institutions around here include CHIJ Kellock Primary School, Outram Secondary School and Singapore Management University.
Recreational facilities: There are many recreational facilities include Hong Lim Park, Fort Canning, Kreta Ayer Community Centre, Tanjong Pagar Community Club, The Singapore Flyer, Esplanade, Marina Bay Sands, Marina Barrage and Art Science Museum. For Art Enthusiasts, there are also art galleries and museums here such as the Asian Civilizations Museum and Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall.
Places of worship: These include Thian Hock Keng Temple at 158 Telok Ayer Street, Uttamayanmuni Buddhist Temple at 32B Hong San Terrace, Sri Mariamman Temple at 244 South Bridge Road, Fairfield Methodist Church at 1 Tanjong Pagar Road and Haji Muhammed Salleh Mosque at 37 Palmer Road.
Robinson Centre is definitely a highly sought after commercial building as it is centrally located in the financial and commercial hub of Singapore’s Downtown Core. There are a myriad of facilities in-house and nearby. For more details, please contact the relevant personnel.
Did you know?
1.The current Fu Tak Chi museum was built in 1824 to worship the chinese god Tau Pek Gong. It was a place of worship for the taoists and confucianists. The cantonese and Hakka immigrants built this shrine to thank Tau Pek Gong for their safe journey to here from China. In 1969 the temple was restored when donations poured in. In 1989, it was converted into the current Fu Tak Chi Museum which is used to house historical artifacts that remained from the immigrant days.
2.Singapore's earliest market is Telok Ayer Market which dated back to 1825 when it was just a wooden structure near the sea allowing unloading of goods. It was demolished in 1879 due to the reclamation at Telok Ayer Basin. It was rebuilt and designed with the octagonal structure by an architect called James Macritchie. It was conserved in 1973, but was demolished again to make way for MRT lines. Finally in 1991 , it was rebuilt with the same octagonal structure and there after named Lau Pat Sat which means old market.
3.Telok Ayer Street during the immigrant days , it was lined with religious institutions such as the Al Abrar Mosque, Nagore Durgha Mosque, Thien Hock Keng Temple and Fu Tak Chi Temple. Here the immigrants offer their prayers to thank their gods for their safe journey here.
4. Tanjong Pagar Railway Station was completed in 1932 and was closed down on 1st July 2011 after 80 years of glorious history. The government will conserve this historical place as a national monument. Before this station was built commuters have to take ferries across the 1 km straits.
There are four giant sculptures on the walls of the entrance which represent Agriculture, Industry, Transport and Commerce. These were the works of a famous Italian sculptor Rudolfo Nolli. There used to be a hotel at the second floor called Lim Eng Peng Station's hotel which closed down in 1993. In future commuters will have to catch a train from the upcoming Woodlands Station.
5.Golden Bridge Food Centre along Shenton Way used to be crowded with local hawkers from 1973-2011. When the 30 years leasehold expired in 2003, many hawkers slowly ended their long time business there as Singapore Land Authority had plans to demolish the bridge which was postponed. Hence in late 2011, it was reopened for food, beverages and retail shops on shorter term lease of 3 years.