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The Fullerton Singapore

1 Fullerton Square
Singapore Singapore

Construction Dates
Floor Count8
Building Uses
 - hotel
 - lighthouse
 - restaurant
 - retail
Structural Types
 - highrise
 - atrium
 - pole
Architectural Style
 - classical
 - limestone
 - marble

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof131 ft

Formerly the General Post Office ,a beacon called the Fullerton Light was installed at the building's roof in 1958 and serves as a lightouse to guide ships into the habour.The place the beacon was installed is now a restaurant.

In 2001, the building was refurbished into a high end contemporary hotel with rooms facing both the outside, and the inner courtyard, which was made by cutting out the entire 8 storey interior, and forming a full height atrium with glass roof.

It had 6 large floors, with the centre 2 floors replaced with loft suites, bringing the total floor count to 8.

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