However, a CCT spokesman said last week there were no definitive plans to redevelop Golden Shoe, adding that the trust is focusing on its CapitaGreen project, which is expected to be completed at the end of next year.
The district lost 704 carpark spaces in tax rebate enquiry July 2011 after CapitaCommercial Trust (CCT) decided to turn Market Street Carpark, then Singapore's oldest multi-storey carpark, into a new office development called CapitaGreen.
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Clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.The next carpark to disappear could be CCT's 10-storey Golden Shoe Carpark on Market Street with 1,053 parking spaces, according to media reports last year.Speciality recruiter Robert Half director Stella Tang said firms often provide a parking space for employees in senior positions.Citi Singapore, for example, has shower facilities on all floors it occupies at Asia Square for staff who cycle to work, said its human resources head Evangeline Chua.The trend towards fewer parking spaces in new buildings is likely to result in higher parking fees and longer waiting lists for season parking."The important thing is accessibility said Deutsche Bank banker Vincent Wee, who drives to his office at One Raffles Quay, where he has a season parking space.But there can be other reasons for not driving to work in the CBD apart from cost and parking supply.I wondering how come still have so many pple drive to work?!Parking fee data for this year is not available, but Colliers said fees are likely to keep climbing.Those willing to cough up the amount can find themselves waiting for season parking spaces to become available.It is too expensive said Mr Seah, who works in the banking industry.Season parking there costs 330 a month for both tenants and non-tenants.High fees are not the only bugbear for motorists in the CBD."I don't see the need to drive to work.Mr Christopher Calvert, chief executive of Cambridge Industrial Trust, takes the bus to his office at Robinson Centre every day.Prices run from below 300 a month at some older buildings in Raffles Place and Shenton Way to above 500 a month at newer ones in the Marina Bay area.The parking situation is likely to get worse.Asia Square has secured bicycle bays, lockers and shower facilities that all its tenants share.
But in general, parking in the CBD is not a big issue for people looking for a job here, she said.