by Cheryl Tay
More firms are moving to Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC), particularly at Tower 3 (pictured), wherein 76 percent or 960,000 sq ft is now committed, reported The Business Times.
The tower's latest tenants now include Lego Singapore and New York-based international legal firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, said Raffles Quay Asset Management (RQAM), the manager for MBFC. The building offers a total of 1.3 million sq ft of Grade A office space.
"We continue to see a healthy pipeline of interest from companies and prospects for Tower 3 who wants to be part of this development," said Warren Bishop, Chief Executive of RQAM.
Other tenants at the 46-storey tower are McGraw-Hill, Mead Johnson, WongPartnership, Clifford Chance, Ashurst LLP and DBS Bank. Earlier this month, French banking group CIC also moved to a 31,000 sq ft space on the 37th floor.
"With Singapore being positioned as the Asian financial gateway, we are confident that MBFC remains the choice location for multinational corporations," added Bishop.
Furthermore, the retail component of MBFC, the 179,000 sq ft Marina Bay Link Mall, has also been fully leased.
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