The Singapore Office Building (SOHB) is the world headquarters for a global company, Microsoft, and will soon become home to one of the largest office buildings in the world, the world-leading Microsoft Research Centre.
The SOHB is currently being built at a cost of about $1.6 billion, and is one of only two large buildings in Singapore that has been constructed using public funds.
In addition to being the world leader in office construction, the SOHb will house one of China’s largest computer research centres.
The building is currently under construction and will be completed by the end of 2020.
The new building is set to house a $1 billion conference centre that will house about 200 staff and support an annual conference of more than 1,000 people, according to a report by the Chinese Economic Development Corporation (CEDC).
The new headquarters will also house the offices of Microsoft Research, a US company that provides software to the US government.
The first phase of the Sohb will be open to the public by the early 2020s, with the second phase scheduled to open in 2021.
The project has been in the planning stage for a long time and has been funded largely by public funds and private partnerships.
According to a press release from Microsoft, the project is “designed to help accelerate global competitiveness in the field of cloud computing, by supporting the innovation of our global partners and enabling the creation of a world-class research facility for the world”.
Microsoft’s Singapore office is the second largest office in the country and will have a total floor area of approximately 1,400,000 sq metres.
The Singapore office will house a conference centre, an information technology centre and a data centre for large and small enterprises.
The two main building components of the project are the South East Asia (SEA) and South Pacific (SPP) buildings, which are expected to have a combined floor area greater than 10.4 million sq metres, according the CEDC.
The SPP building is being built in a site previously used for a US Army headquarters and is currently occupied by the headquarters of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).
The SEA building is located in a large office park in Singapore and is designed to house 1,600 staff and 1,200 students.
The USACE office building will be the headquarters for the USACE’s Research and Development Centre, which is currently the headquarters and research centre for the Office of Naval Research (ONR).
Microsoft has been working on the Sohn building since the early 1990s and the Singapore project is part of the same project.
It was originally announced in 2001.
The final phases of the office project will be finished by the mid-2020s, and the new building will officially open to public in 2021, according Microsoft.
Microsoft’s plans to expand the campus into Singapore have been in development for decades.
In 2012, Microsoft announced plans to open the first new office building for more than a decade in Singapore, the new headquarters of Google.
Google has also been looking to move its offices to Singapore since at least 2005, when it began construction of the Google campus in Hangzhou.
In December 2017, Microsoft signed a 10-year lease for its Hangzhou campus, the first of its kind in China.
Microsoft plans to build a new office complex in the US that will be bigger than Google’s, which was built in Mountain View, California.
The main building at Microsoft Research’s new headquarters is set for completion by the first quarter of 2020, while Microsoft will have offices in several countries.
Microsoft is also building a large campus in Shenzhen, China, with a total area of more a quarter of a million sq. metres.
Microsoft Research has also recently announced plans for a new campus in Tokyo.