Changi City Point is a three-storey mall, located in Changi Business Park, next to the Singapore Expo MRT station and near Singapore's largest convention and exhibition venue, The Singapore Expo. The mall is the third largest by net letteble are among Frasers Centrepoint Trust's portfolio of six retail malls.
Changi City Point, which opened in November 2011, is one of the newest retail malls in the Eastern part of Singapore. It has 207,237 square feet of net lettable area and it offers a pleasant shopping ambience with features such a koi pond and landscaped waterfall. The mall offers diverse shopping and dining experience especially for the working population in Changi Business Park; residents in nearby precincts such as Tampines, Bedok and Simei; and the visitors to the Singapore Expo. The key tenants at the mall are Cold Storage Supermarket, Gain City, Challenger; restaurants including Tung Lok Signatures, Table Manners, Ichiban Sushi; and many outlet stores such as Nike, Adidas and Hush Puppies. Families can also enjoy the landscaped rooftop garden that also features a wet and dry children's playground.
The mall also offers its unique Oasis with with live music for a relaxing drink and dinner in the evenings after a hard day at work, or for families to enjoy a family meal on weekends.
Description of the location and accessibility
Changi City Point is located in the heart of Changi Business Park, directly opposite the Singapore Expo MRT. The mall is also strategically situated next to the residential estates of Simei, Bedok & Tampines as well as private residential areas like Upper East Coast Road, Kew Drive, Tanah Merah, Upper Changi Road and Bedok Road.
Connectivity: Singapore Expo MRT Station.
Shopper Trafic/Catchment Area
Annual Shopper Traffic: 11.1 million (Jan 2013 - Dec 2013)
The Petite Park, Timezone.
Features mall architecture
Changi City Point is described as the “Garden City in the East” due to its inclusion of flora and fauna features around the mall. It offers a refreshingly landscaped rooftop garden and interactive art installations, “The Arena @ L3” - an outdoor amphitheatre, playground and a tree-house trail for children.
The mall design illustrates that shoppers’ comfort and convenience are a top priority, as they have provided seamlessly accessible features such as a sheltered bus stop, taxi stand, passeng.
Three-storey retail mall (with one basement)
Appraised Value (as at 1 Mar 2014): S$306.0 million (Knight Frank) and S$304.0 million (Colliers).
List of stores
Children's Shoes & Clothes
Perfumes & Cosmetics
Drugstore & Pharmacy
Jewelry & Watches
Electronics & Appliances
Computers, Digital & Mobile
Health & Beauty
Supermarket & Grocery Store
Repair & Construction