PSA building, a 600ft skyscraper located in the Alexandra precinct on the south-western part of Singapore, is a thriving commercial hub to numerous maritime & shipping companies and local government agencies. Building occupants include Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Ministry of Transport and Taipei Resentative Office in Singapore.
The 40-storey building boasts spectacular views of the world’s leading busiest port and the magnificent skyline of Singapore. Nature reserves such as the iconic Hort park and Labrador park are just a stroll away for nature walk lovers and those looking for relaxation in a tranquil environment.
With the connected development of the Alexandra Retail Centre (ARC), wide range of F&B options and retail offerings provides convenience and easy access to the working population at PSA Building. The sheltered connector also takes you to Maple Tree Business City, home to Google’s new APAC headquarters.
Situated a mere 10-15 minutes’ drive from CBD and 3-minutes to Labrador Park MRT Station, PSA Building is easily accessible via major expressways and access to the Circle Line. Be it rain or shine, the fully sheltered walkway to Labrador Park station and car park will have you covered!
35 minutes to the International Airport (Changi Airport) by Taxi.
Directly beside the Labrador Park Circle line MRT station.
A taxi stand is right outside the building's lobby.
Bus stop located right outside the building.
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