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Commercial Building Details

6 Battery Road is a commercial property located at 6 Battery Road, Singapore 049909, district 01. This skyscraper is formerly the Standard Chartered Building, in the heart of central business district connected to Raffles Place Mrt Station. The building is on 999 years leasehold and has a net floor area of 46,060 sqm. It is a Grade A 42 storey building that remains top choices amongst reputable local and multi-national companies .6 Battery Road is owned by CapitaCommercial Trust and managed by CapitaLand.

6 Battery Road is designed by P & T Architects & Engineers Ltd and RSP Architects Planners & Engineers Private Limited. The building was officially opened on 24 October 1984 by Lord Barber, then the chairman of Standard Chartered Bank Group. It has a unique vertical indoor garden called Rainforest Rhapsody which is created by Dr Patrick Blanc in collaboration with CapitaLand team in 2011. The new lobby is decorated with “Waterfall “paintings by the famous Japanese artist, Mr. Hiroshi Senju. The lobby also has the new Gastronomia cafĂ© by Da Paulo Group and also a service counter to aid tenants and guests. 6 Battery Road has been awarded with the prestigious BCA Green Mark Platinum award by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore.

Parking rates

Mon – Fri before 6 pm: $3.10 per ½ hour

Mon – Fri after 6 pm: $3.10/ entry

Sat before 1 pm: $3.10 per½ hour

Sat after 1 pm: $3.70/ entry till 7 am next day

Sun/ Public holidays: $3.70/ entry from 7 am- 7 am next day

Commercial Building Location

6 Battery Road is distinctive building with a prime location and overlooking the panoramic views of Marina Bay and Singapore River. It is within walking distance to Raffle Place Mrt station and the future Downtown and Telok Ayer Stations. There are also several bus services available. For vehicle owners, driving from here to the vibrant Orchard Road shopping district takes about 10-15 minutes. Major expressways such as CTE and ECP allow drivers easy access to any part of Singapore. There are also several bus services available.

Amenities around

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 Capital Square, Far East Square, China Square Central, Lucky Chinatown, Chinatown Point, OG Building, Esplanade Mall, Marina Bay Sands, Central and many more others which have a myriad of amenities like eateries, retail shops, supermarkets and banks. For more shopping, dining and entertainment purposes you can drive down to the Orchard shopping district which is about less than 15 minutes’ drive away.

Restaurants: For more dining options to satisfy your taste buds, head down to the restaurants along Raffles Place, Marina Bay, Telok Ayer Street, Market Street and Collyer Quay. For hawker food lovers, you can head down to Market Street Food Centre, China Square Food Centre, Golden Shoe Hawker Centre, Maxwell Road Hawker Centre, Lau Pat Sat and Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market & Food Center.

Night Entertainment: Singapore’s number one nightlife entertainment area around Robertson Quay, Clarke Quay and along Mohammed Sultan is just few minutes’ drive away.

Hotels: Nearby international luxurious hotels include Marina Bay Sands Hotel, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Bay Hotel, The Westin Singapore, The Scarlet Hotel, Amara Hotel and Carlton City Hotel Singapore.

Condominiums: There are also several prestigious residential buildings like The Sail at Marina Bay, Marina Bay Residences, Marina Bay Suites, Marina One Residences, Skysuites @ Anson, One Shenton and V on Shenton which are highly sought after by locals and expats.

Supermarkets: The nearest supermarkets is Sheng Siong supermarket at 52 Chin Swee Road, Cold Storage at China Square Central, NTUC Fairprice at Tanjong Pagar Plaza and Market Place Supermarket at Raffles City Shopping Centre.

Healthcare: For medical consult, General Practitioner clinics in the area, Bukit Merah Polyclinic, National Cancer Centre, National Heart Centre, Singapore National Eye Centre, National Dental Centre and Singapore General Hospital in the area to provide specialist healthcare services for you.

Education: The institutions nearby include Outram Secondary School and Singapore Management University.

Recreational facilities: There are many recreational facilities around here include Tanjong Pagar Community Club (CC), Telok Ayer Hong Lim Green CC, Kreta Ayer Community Centre, Marina Bay Sands, Esplanade, The Singapore Flyer, Marina Barrage and Art Science Museum.

Places of worship: For places of worship in this multi-racial and religion society, one can head to Thian Hock Keng Temple at 158 Telok Ayer St, Wak Hai Cheng Bio Temple at 30B Phillip St, Nagore Durgha Shrine at 140 Telok Ayer St, Jamae Mosque (Chulia Mosque) at 218 South Bridge Rd, Sri Mariamman Temple at 244 South Bridge Rd and Petra Church at China Square Central.

Front View

Front View


6 Battery Road is definitely a highly sought after commercial building due to its strategic location and the myriad of facilities that is nearby. For more details, please contact the relevant personnel.

Did You Know?

1. Raffles House in Fort Canning was where the founder of Singapore Sir Stamford Raffles stayed in. He built this house in 1823. Currently this historical site is a heritage place visited by many.

2. The "long bar " found in Raffles Hotel is where the famous Singapore Cocktail " Singapore Sling " was first mixed.

3. The 500 meters long Esplanade Park was built in 1943 and underwent upgrading in 1991. It is a conserved park and here lies many significant monuments such as Indian National Army Marker, Dalhousie Obelisk, Lim Bo Seng Memorial, Tan Kim Seng Fountain and The Cenotaph.

The Cenotaph is a 18.3 meter monument designed by Denis Santry of Swan & Maclaren. It was built in 1922 to commemorate the 124 British soldiers that died in World War 1(1914-1918) and later on as an extension to the soldiers who died in World War 2 (1943-1945).

Tan Kim Seng Fountain is a victoria-styled fountain found in the park to commemorate this Chinese merchant and philanthropist who contributed to the construction of Macritchie Reservoir and Singapore’s Waterworks.

Lim Bo Seng Memorial is built to commemorate Mr Lim for his brave acts against the Japanese invasion in 1942. Throughout the Japanese occupation, Lim Bo Seng organised guerrilla fighter groups against the Japanese. However in 1944 he was captured in Perak of Malaya and was tortured till death. His remains were then buried at Macritchie Reservoir.