Building offices of tomorrow and shaping the future of work

Shaping the future of work with our offices of tomorrow. CapitaLand Investment owns and manages more than 30 Grade A and prime offices across key business districts in Singapore, China, Australia, Japan, South Korea and Germany.

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  • CapitaSky, Singapore 

    Prominently located at the junction of Robinson Road and Maxwell Road within the vibrant Tanjong Pagar district, CapitaSky is a well-connected Grade A office development. Designed with a mid-level sky terrace, roof garden, lushly landscaped grounds, cafe and F&B outlets, these spaces provide respite for executives during the work day. Highly efficient floor plates, curated co-working space, hospitality-styled lobby lounge areas provide choice and flexibility for a new way of working.  

  • Innov Center, Shanghai, China

    Innov Center is located close to the heart of Jiangwan-Wujiaochang business cluster, within walking distance from Sanmenlu station of metro line 10. Surrounded by prestigious educational institutions such as Fudan University and the headquarters of multinational companies, the three high-rise office buildings with a two-storey retail podium is well-positioned for companies focusing in R&D, TMT, and innovation.

  • Yokohama Blue Avenue, Tokyo, Japan

    Yokohama Blue Avenue, a multi-tenanted office building, has a GFA of about 555,000 square feet across 17 floors above ground and two basement levels. The building is in a prime location minutes away from high-speed trains at the Shin-Takashima Station along the Minato Mirai, and slightly further away at the Yokohama Station, which serves as an interchange for six lines, including the Japan Railway Tokaido Main Line.

  • Jongro Place, Seoul, South Korea

    Overlooking the UNESCO World Heritage site, Jongmyo Shrine, Jongro Place is a well-located office building in Seoul’s Central Business District. It is also strategically situated near populated areas in the city, accessible to four subway lines connected to main areas of Seoul. 

  • Main Airport Center, Frankfurt, Germany 

    Main Airport Center (MAC) is a freehold multi-tenanted office building comprising 11 storeys and two basement levels located in the vicinity of Frankfurt airport, Germany. MAC was well designed such that all parts of the building have direct views of the neighbouring Frankfurt airport, the adjacent Stadtwald forest or the Frankfurt skyline. Located approximately 800 metres north of Frankfurt airport terminal 2 and forming part of the Frankfurt airport office submarket, it is well served by comprehensive transportation infrastructure. Frankfurt’s city centre is a 20-minute drive via motorways.