Launched in July 1997, the 66-hectare Changi Business Park is JTC Corporation's second business park following the International Business Park in Jurong East. The Changi Business Park comprises a mix of high technology business, data and software enterprises, research and development divisions and knowledge intensive facilities.
The Changi Business Park is located near to Changi Airport, the Aviation Distri-Zone and logistics facilities. This simplifies transportation and logistics arrangements for businesses leading to significant cost savings. The business park is also close to Singapore Expo, one of South East Asia’s largest exhibition centres and easily accessible to the Central Business District by rail via the Expo MRT Station and by road via the Pan Island Expressway and the East Coast Parkway.
Completed in 2012, a large area of Changi Business Park will open as a mixed use development project. Comprising a retail shopping mall, office building, and hotel building, the project was redeveloped by a joint venture between Ascendas Land and Frasers Centerpoint. Construction of the project was undertaken by Japanese general construction contractor Nakano Corporation.
Changi City PointEdit
Changi City Point (Chinese: 樟城坊) is a shopping mall located in the vicinity of Changi Business Park, Singapore directly opposite Expo MRT station. This mall is renowned for containing factory outlets of various brands such as Adidas, Nike, Lacoste and Pedro. There is also a landscaped themed rooftop garden together with a wet and dry playground on the topmost floor on level 3. Anchor tenants do include Cold Storage, Koufu and Challenger. Challenger's flagship store will now be based at Changi City Point with effect from 30 June 2016.
Changi City Point was constructed from June 2010 and completed in 6 November 2011. Changi City Point had also trialled the Smart Nation technologies for NTUC FairPrice.
The Payless ShoeSource store is originally at Changi City Point before it was closed down in March 2015.
UE BizHub EastEdit
UE BizHub East is a commercial development in Changi South, Singapore. Tenants include Cisco, FairPrice Xtra, Cheers, Fitness First and Yum Cha Restaurant. It had been opened since June 2012 and most of the people like Cheong Jia Jin went there.
In total, there are several bus services which passes through Changi Business Park. There are two bus terminals in Changi Business Park; Expo and Changi Business Park.
- 5: Expo - Tiong Bahru Plaza (which terminates at Changi City Point)
- 20: Tampines - Changi South (Loop)
- 47: Changi Business Park - Marine Parade
- 118: Changi Business Park - Punggol