Suntec City

Suntec City is a major multi-use development located in Marina Centre. It was designed and built with emphasis on Chinese geomancy (feng shui). The five buildings and the convention centre are arranged to look like a left hand when viewed aerially. The Fountain of Wealth appears like a golden ring on the palm of the hand. As the fountain is made of bronze, it is believed that the balance of metal and water paves the way for success. Furthermore, the specially selected Chinese name, 新达, means "new achievement". The convention centre has a total of 100,000 square metres of column-free space, over multiple levels. It is one of the largest multi-purpose convention and exhibition facilities in the centre of the city, the Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre has hosted some of the world’s biggest meetings, exhibitions and conventions – including the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) World Bank Congress in 1994. Suntec City office towers comprise five buildings across Towers One to Five with four 45-storey and one 18-storey tower making up the five office towers at Suntec City. The latter has 28,000 square feet of net lettable floor area on each floor while the 45-storey towers consist of floor plates ranging from 10,000 to 14,000 square feet. In total, there are about 2.3 million square feet of office space. The building also boasts a theatre, meeting rooms and ballrooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors, as well as food courts, restaurants, retail stores and a large lobby and event registration counters on the ground floor. 2 basement levels provide ample parking.

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