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Jurong Point (Chinese: 裕廊坊) is a suburban shopping mall in Jurong West, Singapore. It is next to Boon Lay MRT station and Boon Lay Bus Interchange. The centre features more than 450 shops, making it the largest suburban mall in Singapore, a record previously held by VivoCity which had at least 335 shops.[1]

HistoryEdit

Jurong Point first opened its doors on 5 December 1995 with 95 retailers including Courts, NTUC FairPrice, Kopitiam, Old Chang Kee and Soo Kee Jewellery. All were setting up shop in a mall environment for the first time and have not moved out since then.Template:Citation needed

Since its opening, it had two extensions. In 1998, an additional Template:Convert of space was successfully secured for the first extension of Jurong Point, which opened in December 2000, adding more than 160 new tenants. In 2006, the mall underwent a major expansion, which included building a new retail wing, the air conditioned Boon Lay Bus Interchange and a residential development, The Centris. The new wing, comprising of 230 shops, opened in December 2008. Additionally, parking lots increased from 415 lots to 1425 lots. The Centris was completed in mid 2009 and the Boon Lay Bus Interchange opened in December 2009.

TenantsEdit

JP1 has about 220 retailers and JP2 has about 230, adding to a total of 450 retailers. This makes it Singapore's largest shopping mall in number of tenants, compared to 335 in VivoCity. John Little was closed on 24 August 2016 and may be either replaced by Decathlon or BHG, as the space is bigger.

  • NTUC FairPrice Xtra (JP2)
  • NTUC FairPrice Finest (JP1)
  • EC House
  • RUBI Shoes
  • Shokutsu Ten
  • MOF My Izakaya
  • Golden Village
  • Courts
  • Harvey Norman
  • Uniqlo
  • Kopitiam
  • Bagus
  • Yue Hwa Chinese Products
  • Sushi Express
  • MOS Burger
  • McDonald's
  • Giordano
  • DBS Bank/POSB Bank

NTUC FairPrice XtraEdit

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  1. CC25 Haw Par Villa
  2. CC1 Dhoby Ghaut
  3. NS15 Yio Chu Kang
  4. NS16 Ang Mo Kio
  5. NS22 Orchard
  6. EW5 Bedok
  7. EW27 Boon Lay
  8. EW29 Joo Koon
  9. NE17 Punggol
  10. NE14 Hougang
  11. NE12 Serangoon
  12. CC28 Telok Blangah

The CentrisEdit

A condominium, called "The Centris", occupies levels 5 to 16 of JP2. It has 610 units, all of which are fully sold. It gained its Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) in July 2009.[2]

Boon Lay Bus InterchangeEdit

The old bus interchange has turned into the new extension building of Jurong Point, hence it shares the same postal code as the old bus interchange, 'Singapore 648881'. The new Boon Lay Bus Interchange is fully air-conditioned and has 60 bus bays with escalators linking from JP2 Level 3, near FairPrice Xtra, JP2 Basement 1, beside Stalford Learning Centre, and three links from JP2 Level 1. It was opened on 27 December 2009. Together with Jurong Point Shopping Mall, and Boon Lay MRT station, they are part of the Boon Lay Integrated Public Transport Hub.

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