Labrador Tower

Labrador Tower is a top-notch grade-A building comprising a 34-story office complex and a platform with two floors of retail space. The Labrador Nature Reserve is close by, and the development is located in the Greater South. The office levels will have unobstructed views of the ocean and are directly across from the Labrador Park MRT station. Three sky terraces will be available to tenants in the office tower, together with a garden roof deck and bar. The office complex and platform will also provide end-of-trip amenities.

The Integrated Transport Hub, which includes an immediate access link as well as an air-conditioned public transport hub, will be seamlessly connected to Labrador Tower. In particular, in comparison to other mixed developments, this has a significant advantage.

The future Greater Southern Waterfront precinct’s Labrador Park Development, which is conveniently located at the junction of Alexandra Road and Pasir Panjang Road, provides a lovely substitute for the conventional Central Business District (CBD). It is easily accessed via the Labrador Park MRT, well connected by major roads, and will be even more connected to the CBD once the Circle Line is completed. Many high-tech international and FMCG firms, as well as operations departments of major financial institutions, have opted to develop their footprint in this business zone, which increases the prominence of office tenants.

Labrador Tower has a design layout that makes the units more efficient, giving the future occupants a better working environment. This sets the development apart from other office developments. The lush greenery and cool environment with a perfect view of the nearby sea make the property more breathable and energy-driven. This greatly contributes to a more productive workday.

When it comes to modernity, this high-rise development will surely attract your attention. It’s not just glass windows and high ceilings. The overall interior of each level is built with an excellent choice of high quality materials for a more convenient and comfortable workspace.

With only a few minutes to the core of the business district, the future businesses that will soon be occupying the building. Neighboring areas include the financial hubs and F&B establishments, which are essential for businesses.



Location of Labrador Tower at Pasir Panjang Road


Pasir Panjang Road, which stretches along the coastline, was once known as West Coast Malay Settlement, and it contains a lot of Malay fishing villages. Back in the 1920’s, lots of residential bungalows were built in the area by wealthy Chinese, some of which are still standing.

Given the history of the area, there is no doubt that the property will attract lots of attention from the public and potential property investors. The Central Business District creates an additional pull for the potential occupants to see their business grow right in front of their eyes.

Your local shopping malls and hawker centers like Alexandra Retail Centre and Telok Blangah Market provide services that can potentially help your business’ workforce. Not to mention the convenient distance of Labrador Park MRT and Telok Blangah MRT, which is a great addition to the connectivity that Ayer Rajah Expressway and West Coast Highway provide.



Pasir Panjang Development

Pasir Panjang has been one of the most sought-after addresses in the area of District 05. Its rich heritage attracts more attention and interest from developers, which makes it one of the most developed areas in the country.

In this area will be the first 230kV underground electrical substation, which will be developed by SP Group. The substation will be integrated into various establishments aboveground.

In the following years, the Pasir Panjang area will be developed as a ‘heritage powerhouse’ that aims to celebrate the industrial wealth of Singapore.

There is a vast array of residential developments near the area, such as Sunstone Hill and The Verandah Residences, among them. Want an A-grade office? Visit


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