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Parkview Square, Singapore

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4.2/5 based on 80 reviews on the web
Parkview Square is an office building located in the Downtown Core Planning Area, Central Region, Singapore. It is situated along North Bridge Road, and is near the major commercial hub at Marina Centre. It is next to Bugis MRT Station, Bugis Junction, and The Gateway, and straddles the Rochor Road and Ophir Road corridor.Parkview Square is one of the most expensive office buildings in Singapore.Parkview Square houses the Honorary Consulate of Oman on the 4th floor, Embassy of the United Arab Emirates on the 9th floor, as well as the embassies of Austria and Mongolia on the 24th floor of the building.,Design and architectureParkview Square was designed by the US firm James Adams Design, together with DP Architects of Singapore.It was built as the last major project enterprised by the late Mr. C. S. Hwang, a Taiwanese tycoon chairman of Chyau Fwu Group.The office space on each floor is column-less so it can be reconfigured according to the tenant's wish. Although it is a modern building, having been completed in 2002, it is specially designed in the classic Art Deco style, following New York City 1929 Chanin Building as an inspiration. The exterior surface of the building is clad in brown Granite, bronze, lacquer, and glass.
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  • Located not far from MRT station, Bugis much The building is a large granite construction decorated with bronze and glass. The front patio with large gold are birds flutter. Built according to Feng Shui principles There are varieties of plants to the beautifully decorated, including the world famous statues are located on both sides. Whether it is William Shakespeare, Sir Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, or Abraham Lincoln.
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  • With Gotham-harkening architecture and insides the like of Bioshock, this building is a must-see, especially for anyone even semi-interested in video games or art deco. This place is just gorgeous. It...  read more »
  • Parview Square aka Gotham City of Singapore is located near the City Hall MRT station. Amazing architecture! It's just wow! 
  • Thats one of the iconic building in Singapore. Owned and build by taiwanese tycoon in art deco style, this building suppose to be inspired by one from New York, however the park view square became totally unique piece pf art deco. You could feel that time , when people mind and power create an industrial revolution, when everything was chic and charming. Like one of my friend told that the place where superman live:)
  • This is Singapore's Gotham. Heavily influenced by art deco, there are various statutes in the building of various people inside. Walking into the building, you can't help but feel awed by all this...
  • Parkview Square is an amazing Art Deco building which belongs in the depths of Gotham City, or NY at the last! Built in 2002 by a fanatic it's got some great features and attention to detail - particularly like the status of European thinkers on one side and Asia's offering on the other as you enter. Inside is just as ornate as the outside and you could sit and admire the details for hours. Take a look at the wine fridges that run up to the multiple aspect ceiling. If you're wondering how you get things down just look for the winch and the bar girl dressed as a fairy!
  • Crazy gorgeous art Deco building. Tell the taxi driver to take you to "the building where batman lives". Original art everywhere. Building reputedly built/owned by a Taiwanese multi-millionaire with a spare no expenses budget.
  • Known as the local Gotham City, it's impressive to look up to (literally) either in the day or the night. There's statues of big names such as Abraham Lincoln too, though I'm not sure why.
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