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Capital Tower (Chinese: 资金大厦) is the fourth tallest skyscraper in the city of Singapore, reaching a height of 254 metres. Formally planned as the POSBank's headquarters building, it was transferred to the ownership of CapitaLand. It became the company's flagship building and was then named after the company. Since the completion of the building in 2000, Capital Tower graces the Singapore skyline as the fourth tallest skyscraper, and the tallest building in the Shenton Way-Tanjong Pagar financial district.
Capital Tower has 52 floors, served by five shuttle double-deck lifts. The lifts can load 3,540 kg and travel at a speed of 10m/s. The building stands out visually at night as the logo and some parts of the building would change its lights once in every few seconds.
The anchor tenant of the tower is Government of Singapore Investment Corporation.
The top floor of the tower is occupied by the China Club. Only club members have access. The club features a bar, restaurant with private dining rooms and meeting rooms. The club opened on 19 May 2001.
There is a Starbucks Coffee outlet at the main lobby. The chain 'Fitness First' also has one of their outlets in the building.
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