Golden Mile Tower is a commercial property intended for office space rent and sale. The construction of Golden Mile Tower was completed in 1974. It is 24 storey-building standing at 90m above the ground.
Nearby schools to Golden Mile Tower are Raffles School of Business and Stamford Primary School. Popular shopping malls around Golden Mile Tower are Bugis Junction, Bugis Cube, and Suntec City Mall.
Childcare centres are located very close to the Tower. Namely Cherie Hearts, Enfant Educare Pte Ltd., and Cherie Hearts Kidz Cove Pte Ltd.
The coffee shops at Golden Mile Tower are the best spots for people who are waiting to head to Malaysia by coach and office goers. Key elements of the tower’s structure are open angled-stairways, and fluorescent light. Within the Tower, Thai Discos and Philatelic shops can be seen standing side-by-side.
Golden Mile Tower once housed the largest cinema in Singapore, named the Golden Theatre; it had 1,500 seating capacity. However, a new independent cinema, The Projector, has taken the place of the Golden Theatre to serve as a platform for local films. Two halls on the fifth floor that the Projector occupies and renamed are the Green Room and the RedRum. Also, Rex Cinemas has opened a 980-seat theatre in the Golden Mile Tower. The theatre has the capacity to screen 3-D movies with Dolby Surround Sound system.
Golden Mile Tower is synonymous with theatre because since the early 1970s till date it is a platform for screening movies. The theatric fame and significance of Golden Mile Tower are being relived by these two great cinemas, bringing back the memories of Golden Theatre.