One George Street is a 23-floor Grade A office tower in Raffles Place, Singapore. The office tower sits on the site of the now demolished Pidemco Centre and faces Hong Lim Park. It is owned by CapitaLand Commercial and ERGO, a German insurance corporation. Built at a cost of S$191 million, construction started in 2003 and was officially completed in 2005. Its major tenants include ERGO itself, Fitness First, Lloyds of London and Wong Partnership. The 11th floor houses the 70 employees of the High Commission of Canada to Singapore. The building comprises two vertical sections linked by a central service spine, with the high-end structure being divided into zones. The building is supposed to function like a self-contained vertical city with "plugged-in" zones that offer recreational and commercial amenities spread over several floors. The lobby is two stories high to allow the park's greenery to be seen from the building. On the first floor, the lobby is designed with three glass pods signifying three entrances of the lift cores. One for the carpark and low rise floors, one for the medium rise and one for the high rise office floors.
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