Flexible Office Spaces along North Bridge Road
North Bridge Road is one of Singapore’s earliest roads. It is a main highway that begins from its junction with Crawford Street in Kallang and spans all the way to Elgin Bridge in Downtown Core.
Where to Find Serviced Offices, Coworking Spaces, and Private Offices at North Bridge Road, Singapore
Given the many landmarks lining it, North Bridge Road has become a popular office location. If you’re looking for an office space along North Bridge Road, consider looking at Funan’s twin 6-storey high office blocks in 109 North Bridge Road, Odeon Tower in 331 North Bridge Road, Jun Xing Building in 410 North Bridge Road, or Bugis Parkview Square in 600 North Bridge Road.
These office buildings are closely located to City Hall, various shopping centres, food centres, and MRT Stations. osDORO also has various flexible office spaces here you can choose from. From hot desks to private offices that can comfortably fit 4-18, all osDORO flexible offices come fully furnished with flexible rental options so you can move in as soon as possible! Not to mention, osDORO is a local team well-acquainted with the area so we can direct you towards the amenities in the vicinity and give you an office tour to help you choose your new office!
More about North Bridge
North Bridge Road is one of the oldest roads in Singapore. It had existed already prior to the 1823 Plan of the Town of Singapore drafted by Philip Jackson. Sir Stamford Raffles instructed Jackson to develop North Ridge Road among other road alignment works. When Jackson left the service in 1827, George Coleman took over and saw through the construction of North Ridge Road from 1833 to 1835 using convict labour. At the time, North Bridge Road only extended from Arab Street all the way to the Singapore River. It was in 1925 when it was extended from Crawfurd Street by the Rochor River all the way to Elgin Bridge in Downtown Core. At the time, North Bridge Road became Singapore’s main road and people called it the “Big Horseway” because it was a route for trams and trolleybuses.
The Capitol Theatre
A historic cinema and theatre adjoined to the 4-storey Capitol Building. The Capitol Theatre was considered as one of Singapore’s finest theatres in the 1930s but it closed in 1998 and only reopened to the public in 2015 after the redevelopment of Capitol Complex Singapore in 2014.
A colonial-style luxury hotel built by Armenian hoteliers in 1887. It is “named after Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, founder of colonial-era Singapore.” The hotel is popular due to its proximity to the beach and its reputation for high-quality service.
A historic building in the heart of Singapore’s City Hall. It was established in 1854 as a premier all-girls school, the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ). After the school relocated in 1983, what remained of the complex underwent restoration. In 1990, it was gazetted by as a national monument and in 1996, it opened to the public as CHIJMES, pronounced “chimes”.
Bras Basah Complex
A mixed-use building containing a 5-storey commercial atrium and two 25-storey blocks of residential units built in 1980. The commercial side of the complex was originally intended to be a book centre and its retail spaces were intended for book shops however the stores have diversified since then.
A new mall built where Funan Centre used to be. Opened in late 2019, Funan brings many firsts to Singapore. It has a dedicated 200-metre cycling lane on the first floor of the mall, a first of its kind digital self-service food court called KopiTech, a flight simulation
A mixed-use development with a shopping mall, an office building and a hotel. Its mall is considered one of Singapore’s more vibrant malls with its part indoor department store, part open-air shopping street. The mall has a notable glass roof and cute colonial-style shop houses and hawker-style carts that line the main shopping avenue.
Peninsula Plaza is a 30-storey high commercial property with retail and office spaces. It is called Singapore’s Little Burma and its interior is decorated with a curving script; it also houses souvenir shops and a traditional Burmese language library.
North Bridge Road Food Centre
People all over the world come to Singapore to try out the food from various culinary cultures at affordable prices; food centres like North Bridge Road Food Centre are great spots to visit for this!
Soon Huat Prawn Noodles
This noodle house always has a line outside the store for a reason. A basic bowl of prawn noodles only costs $2.50 and it already comes with peeled prawns, fishcake and lean pork meat. The soup is pretty good and so is the dry version of kuay teow mee.
Koka Wanton Mee
Listed in Singapore Michelin Guide with a Michelin Plate, Koka Wanton Mee gives you the best wanton noodles in Singapore for under $10. When there, do try their signature Barbecue pork with wonton noodles
Ke Shuang Xing
This restaurant is famous for their fried carrot cakes and tasty bowls of Bak Chor Mee which start at $4. You’ll have eight types of noodles to choose from, including spinach noodles!
Hoe Hokkien Mee
Famous for their thick prawn broth simmered noodles, most of the store’s fried Hokkien noodles start at just $4. The noodles also come with smatterings of pork lard and chilli to add some crunch and kick
Lao Huang Hakka Niang Tou Fu
A restaurant that serves Chinese and Hakka cuisine. They have a selection of deep-fried ngoh-hiang and bak yee as well as a small selection of stewed items like taupok and taukwa to choose from. When there, try their famous Yong Tau Foo!