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    Default The Seletar Mall to be built in Sengkang

    [url]http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/wednesday/premium/money/story/the-seletar-mall-be-built-sengkang-20120822[/url]

    [B][SIZE="5"]The Seletar Mall to be built in Sengkang[/SIZE][/B]

    Published on Aug 22, 2012


    A NEW mall to be built in Sengkang has been officially named The Seletar Mall, after its developers were awarded the tender for the 99-year leasehold commercial site in January.

    The project is a joint venture of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) and United Engineers, which own 70 per cent and 30 per cent, respectively.

    Construction of the mall, at the junction of Sengkang West Avenue and Fernvale Road, is due for completion at the end of 2014.

    It will be a family oriented shopping mall designed to create a friendly, pleasant environment, a statement from SPH said.

    This is to be achieved by creating interesting architectural spaces, the introduction of natural lighting and thoughtful material selection.

    The new mall, with a net lettable area of 188,000 sq ft, will benefit from a catchment of 730,000 residents within 5km and a working population of 47,000, including the Aerospace Park, slated for completion next year.

    A cinema, foodcourt and supermarket will be among the anchor tenants at the mall.

    The Seletar Mall will be easily accessible via the Fernvale Light Rail Transit (LRT), which is linked to the Sengkang North East Line MRT station and the Sengkang bus interchange.

    It is also near expressways, including the Tampines Expressway and Central Expressway.

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    Default Seletar Mall to be completed end-2014

    [url]http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/archive/wednesday/premium/companies/others/seletar-mall-be-completed-end-2014-20120822[/url]

    [B][SIZE="5"]Seletar Mall to be completed end-2014[/SIZE][/B]


    THE Seletar Mall, a new development by a 70:30 joint venture between Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) and United Engineers Limited (UEL), will be completed at the end of 2014.

    The 99-year leasehold mall, located at the junction of Sengkang West Avenue and Fernvale Road, will have a gross floor area of 284,000 sq ft and a net lettable area of 188,000 sq ft, spread over four levels above ground and two basement levels.

    Key anchor tenants include a cineplex on the fourth floor, a food court on the third floor, and a supermarket at the basement. The basement will also have about 390 parking spaces.

    The Seletar Mall will be family-oriented and cater to existing and future residents staying in HDB flats, private condominiums and landed properties in the vicinity. There will be 730,000 residents and a working population of 47,000, including those from the upcoming Aerospace Park which will be ready next year, within five kilometres of the development.

    The Seletar Mall will be connected to the Fernvale LRT, which is linked to the Sengkang MRT/LRT station and the Sengkang bus interchange. It is also located near expressways, including the Tampines Expressway and Central Expressway.

    The SPH and UEL tie-up won the tender for the shopping centre site in January with a top bid of $328 million or $1,156 per sq ft per plot ratio.

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    i passed by yesterday OMG how fast singapore develops...

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    Between shopping mall and MRT station, which you prefer?

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    Default Seletar Mall 24 August 2012

    [URL="https://twitter.com/ReikoTan1/status/238879635939667970/photo/1/large"][/URL]

    Post this picture again.
    Last week I posted it in another thread started by carbuncle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsoh88
    Between shopping mall and MRT station, which you prefer?
    I prefer shopping mall.

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    Hope this mall open earlier, it will provide the nearest cinema to my home. Very convenient

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    A welcome news for H2O owners!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seletar
    Hope this mall open earlier, it will provide the nearest cinema to my home. Very convenient
    Hope it's going to be GV and not Shaw (which is already in NEX). My credit card purchases can redeem GV tickets with lower points!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsoh88
    Between shopping mall and MRT station, which you prefer?
    Now a shopping mall.. perhaps another decade down the road, an MRT ?

    Strange that YCK area from lentor all the way to Serangoon North no MRT.. nearest is YCK which is like 2.2 km away..

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