South Beach Towers, Singapore

South Beach Towers is an urban conservation project occupying an entire city block in downtown Singapore. The seven-year project combined the restoration of existing facilities and the construction of two new buildings, the 45-storey South Tower and 35-storey North Tower. Home to 700 trees and palms, 400 m 2 of green walls, and 10,000 m 2 of shrubs, it embodies the budding concept of a vertical ‘city in a garden’.


  • Singapore


  • South Beach Consortium Pte. Ltd

Project Status

  • Completed in 2016


  • Aedas and Foster + Partners

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