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One Raffles Quay (Chinese: 莱佛士码头一号) is an office building complex located at Raffles Place within the Downtown Core, the central business district of Singapore.
Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, the building consists of two office towers. The 50-storey North Tower has a height of 245 metres, while the 29-storey South Tower has a height of 140 metres. The total floor area of the office towers combined is 148,000 square metres (1.59 million square feet). The complex incorporates a podium block, a hub car park and a 4,180 square meter (45,000 square feet) subterranean retail mall which is linked to the Raffles Place MRT Station. The building was completed in the third quarter of 2006.
Anchor tenants in the South Tower include Barclays Capital (occupying the top floors), Royal Bank of Scotland/ABN AMRO and Deutsche Bank. Tenants in the North Tower include Credit Suisse (many floors), Raiffeisen Zentralbank Oesterreich AG, Google (25th floor), Fitness First (8th floor), Scotiabank (20th floor), UBS, Reuters and Ernst & Young, among others.
The North Tower is linked with a covered pedestrian bridge to the condominium The Sail @ Marina Bay, which is to the South of One Raffles Quay. A RBS Bank automated teller machine is located in the South Tower. The North Tower is aligned in a north-west direction, such that it sits across the existing North-South MRT line that cuts through the site diagonally below it.