112 Katong, formerly Katong Mall, is a 7 storey shopping mall in the east of Singapore located at the intersection of East Coast Road and Joo Chiat Road. The mall opened on 18 November 2011.
Pua Seck Guan, former chief executive of CapitaLand Retail, bought over Katong Mall in a $247.55 million deal. A private trust called Perennial Katong Retail Trust was subsequently formed to buy the mall fr om Tuan Sing Holdings' Golden Cape Investment. The trust's investors included corporate and institutional investors and Pua.
The total re-development cost of the project is estimated to be S$60 million. The mall is re-developed based on Peranakan concepts. Golden Village Katong is also designed based on Peranakan themes.
112 Katong housed high-end Danish furniture store BoConcept after it relocated from Devonshire Road. Cortina Watch which previously has only downtown outlets became the first luxury-watch retailer to have a presence in a suburban mall.
A new premium lifestyle mall situated in the East offering a myriad of fashion, lifestyle and F&B outlets. 112 Katong aims to provide shoppers with the best variety, delivery and customer service possible. The mall will mirror in many ways the benefits that premium shopping centres offer - a wide range of quality retailers in a single location, delivered by the finest of shopping, lifestyle and dining experience that will confirm Katong as the shopping destination of the Eastern region.
Description of the location and accessibility
Located at the intersection of East Coast Road and Joo Chiat Road, 112 Katong (previously known as Katong Mall), is positioned as the premier lifestyle and F&B hub in the Eastern-part of Singapore.
Getting here:Public transport Bus: 10, 10E, 12, 14, 14E, 16, 32, 40
MRT: Circle Line – Dakota, East West Line – Paya Lebar
Free Shuttle Bus:
Paya Lebar MRT Interchange
(Exit A, Pick-up/drop-off point in front of SingPost Centre )
Available from 10:30am to 8:15pm
Golden Village Cinemas, TZ-Active.
Features mall architecture
I12 Katong introduces a series of outdoor dining terraces along the Joo Chiat Road façade as an intermediate space between exterior and interior, wh ere the activities inside spill out onto the sidewalk and become part of the street life and vice versa. On the ground level, the façades along the two main roads are recessed to provide shade for residents shopping in the afternoons, echoing the famous ‘five-foot way’ of the surroundings.
The entrance lobby is carved diagonally at the road junction, permitting the creation of a public square.
The revamped shopping mall comprise of six levels of retail and lifestyle shops, two basement levels of car park and a rooftop landscaped garden with wet playground on Level 4. With over 140 specialty shops and selected F&B outlets operating extended hours, 112 Katong offer shoppers and diners an unrivalled and eclectic mix of retail, dining and entertainment options.
S$60 million redevelopment cost