Raffles City Singapore

Raffles City Singapore (RCS) is a large integrated development in Singapore. A prime landmark located in the downtown core, at the fringe of Singapore's Central Business District, and within the Civic and Cultural District. RCS is served by three main MRT lines, directly connected to the City Hall MRT interchange station and the Esplanade MRT Station. The integrated development comprises Raffles City Shopping Centre, Raffles City Convention Centre, Raffles City Tower, Swissôtel The Stamford and Fairmont Singapore.

CapitaLand Commercial Trust (CCT) and CMT jointly own the integrated development through RCS Trust, the special purpose trust that holds RCS. RCS Trust is 60.00% owned by CCT and 40.00% owned by CMT.

  • 3,136.0
    (100.00%) 1,254.4 (40.00% interest)
    Market Valuation
    (S$ million)
  • 93.7
    (40.00% interest)
    Gross Revenue
    (S$ million)
  • 69.2
    (40.00% interest)
    Net Property Income
    (S$ million)
  • 99.2
    Retail: 99.6
    Office: 98.7
    Committed Occupancy
    (%)1
  • 33.8
    Annual Shopper Traffic
    (million)

1 Based on retail leases only.

Property Information

  • Location
    Retail: 252 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179103 | Office: 250 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179101 | Hotel: Swissôtel The Stamford and Fairmont Singapore | Tel +65 6318 0238, Fax: +65 6337 3618
  • Website
  • Description
    A mixed-use development comprising a shopping centre, an office tower, two hotels and a convention centre
  • Gross Floor Area (sq ft)
    3,449,727
  • Net Lettable Area (sq ft)
    Retail: 423,442
    Office: 381,267
    Total: 804,709
  • Number of Leases
    278
  • Number of Car Park Lots
    1,045
  • Land Tenure
    Leasehold tenure of 99 years with effect from 16 July 1979
  • Purchase Price Acquisition Year
    2006
  • Key Tenants (by gross rental income)
    Robinson & Co., Wing Tai Clothing, Minor Food Group, Auric Pacific, Cold Storage

N.A.: Not Applicable.
Data as at 31 December 2015.
Gross Revenue, Net Property Income and Annual Shopper Traffic figures were for the year ended 31 December 2015.