30 Raffles Place, which was previously known as Chevron House and changed ownership in 2019, has just undergone a comprehensive refurbishment, completed in January 2020. This included enlarging the podium floors, increasing the floor plate size to 11,500 sq ft and fully renovating a 3-storey retail mall, which the building is linked to.
The property was originally called Caltex House, and was designed by Murphy/Jahn, Inc. Architects and Architects 61 and was completed in 1993. The design models the late-modernist architectural style and is one of the most distinctive looking buildings in Raffles Place. It is also designed to the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) Green Mark Platinum standard.
The property has a total of 32 floors, excluding 3 basement levels and it rises 152 metres (499 ft) tall. There are 3 levels of retail space on the lower floors. The average floor plate for the upper floors is around 9,000 sq ft, which is sub-divisible. It has a super-efficient design with a rear service core, flush floor trunking and excellent natural lighting, with views overlooking Raffles Place. Other features include an impressive 3-storey height escalator from Raffles Place to the spacious office entrance foyer, direct underground link to the MRT station and underground mall and a gym on level B2.
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