|Category||Office | Retail | Residential | Mixed Use|
Paya Lebar Quarter
Revitalising a District
Directly connected to the dual MRT lines at Paya Lebar Interchange, the centrally located Paya Lebar Quarter is a four-hectare mixed-use development that will comprise 93,000sqm of next-generation workspaces and amenities in three Grade A towers, a standalone mid-to-mid plus mall with a retail area of 31,600 square metres, as well as a 429-unit private residential development with covered access to the surrounding shopping and lifestyle amenities.
The office towers, retail mall and residences are connected at the second storey via an elevated pedestrian network.
The retail mall will offer six floors of retail, a floor with cinema and other entertainment offers, and a rooftop garden. It was important to us that pedestrian flow was as seamless as possible in the development, activating civic spaces between the buildings.
Two 14-storey office blocks are linked via a public plaza, which has a contiguous connection to the MRT, retail and office plots. A public promenade separates the residences and another single 13-storey office block. The plaza and promenade provide covered urban spaces and a lush garden setting respectively for community events.
Inspired by the intricate weaving patterns of the Songket, a traditional Malay brocade textile, the design language and gold-and-silver colour palette for the façade, interior and landscape designs seek to unify the buildings and public areas, and seamlessly weave the four plots into a single tapestry.
Integrated services provided for this project.
BCA Green Mark Award (Platinum)
Park Place Residences at Paya Lebar Quarter