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Whether you are a landlord or a seller or if you are a tenant searching for a Business 1 (B1) Clean & Light Industrial, Business 2 (B2) Heavy Industrial, Logistics Spaces, Dangerous Goods (DG) Warehouse, Air-Con Warehouse, High Specs Industrial Spaces or Business Parks in Singapore, feel free to be in touch with us and we will be able to assist you on your industrial property enquiries whether for rent or for sale.


Location Sizes (sq ft) Rates ($ psf)
4,682 to 36,921
$1.65 to $1.85
17,901 to 95,470
16,943 to 600,000
$1.85 to $2.30


Location Sizes (sq ft) Rates ($ psf)
Ang Mo Kio
3,332 to 15,629
$1.95 to $2.30


Location Sizes (sq ft) Rates ($ psf)
2,684 to 18,988
$1.90 to $3
5,235 to 51,704
$1.95 to $2.50
Kaki Bukit
7,900 to 32,884
$2 to $2.20


Location Sizes (sq ft) Rates ($ psf)
1,763 to 21,940
$3.99 to $4.70

Types of Industrial Properties in Singapore

  • Ground Floor

  • 20 Footer Ramp Up

  • 40 Footer Ramp Up

  • Flatted Factories

  • Landed / Terrace Factories

  • Open Yards

  • Vehicle Spaces

  • Overhead Crane Friendly

  • High Ceiling

  • High Power Supply

  • High Floor Loading

  • Air-Con Warehouse

  • Dangerous Goods (DG) Warehouse

Classification of Industrial Units

B1 Industrial

B1 or Business 1 industrial units can be zoned as clean, light or both clean and light. B1 industrial buildings can be located close to residential properties they are generally clean and only light manufacturing activities take place within these industrial developments.

B2 Industrial

B2 or Business 2 industrial units are zoned  for heavy industrial usage. B2 industrial buildings are usually not located within the vicinity of residential properties as manufacturing activities in B2 buildings may cause more noise or may produce more dust particles than in light industrial areas. B2 industrial properties are usually warehouse or factory status.

Types of Industrial Units

Ground Floor Units

Usually with higher floor loading and easy accessibility for vehicles and staff. Need not drive up the ramp to access unit. Ground floor industrial units tend to command a premium over upper floors. Direct vehicle access to units. Floor loading can range from anywhere from about 5KN/m2 to 30KN/m2.

Ramp Up Units

Convenient access to units even though not on ground floor. Ramp up access can be for 40 footer, 20 footer, 20 footer rigid frame vehicles, lorry, van or car depending on the development. Ramp up industrial units tend to command a premium over flatted factory units. Direct vehicle access to unit.

Flatted Factory Units

Accessible by cargo lifts or sometimes called service lifts. Cargo lift loading varies depending on development. Pallet jacks can be used to transport goods to unit. Units closer to cargo lifts tend to command a premium over units further in.

Variations of Industrial Units

Ceiling Height

Ceiling height of industrial can range from about 3m to 23m depending on development. Higher ceilings will enable companies to stack their goods up. Racking systems can be installed to maximise the high ceiling of the unit.

Power Supply

Power Supply can range from about 32A to 1000A, single or 3 phase depending on unit specifications. One important point to take note is that the total power supply required for your business operations may not be the sum of what is specified on your machine specifications. This can be true as not all the machines and equipment may be running at the same time.

Lift Loading or Capacity

Lift loading or maximum allowable load can range anywhere from about 2,000 kg to 5,000 kg depending on development. Forklifts are usually not allowed in the cargo or service lifts as these equipment may damage the cargo lifts which are considered shared common facilities.

Number of Cargo Lifts

Besides cargo lift or service lift loading, number of cargo lifts available may vary depending on development. Can range anywhere from about 1 cargo lift to 4 cargo lifts.

Loading & Unloading Bays

Number of loading and unloading bays can vary from about 2 to 10 bays depending on development. Some developments may have dedicated loading bays which can be useful for business operations with high frequency of vehicles accessing and leaving the premises for deliveries. This is especially important for logistics firms with high vehicle traffic. For some units, there may also be generous staging areas for easy loading and unloading space which allows forklifts or equipment to maneuver easily.

Ramp Up Access

Types of vehicles that will be able to drive up to upper levels to directly access the industrial unit will depend on the turning radius of the ramp. If the ramp is wide enough, 40 footer or 20 footer vehicles may be able ramp up depending on the design and specifications of the building.

Condition of Industrial units

Typically, industrial factory or warehouse units are usually available in bare or sometimes called original condition. The reason is mainly because every business is unique in its own ways and not every trade or nature of business work the same. Due to the differences in business operations, not all fittings or fixtures may be useful for all tenants or users.