PLQ Mall almost 90% leased ahead of October official opening

/ EdgeProp Singapore
September 5, 2019 6:21 PM SGT
PLQ Mall by Lendlease will have more than 200 shops (Credit: Samuel Isaac Chua/ EdgeProp Singapore)
SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Ahead of its grand opening on Oct 24, PLQ Mall by Lendlease is about 90% leased, with some rentals under final negotiations.
The new mall will have over 200 shops. Anchor tenants are Shaw Theatres, FairPrice Finest and KopiTime, a new thematic food court by Kopitiam. Shaw Theatres will feature 12 halls and an Imax theatre.
PLQ Mall features new-to-Singapore F&B options such as Mom’s Touch, a South Korean fried chicken chain (Credit: Samuel Isaac Chua/ EdgeProp Singapore)
There will be new-to-Singapore F&B dining options such as Mom’s Touch, a popular South Korean fried chicken chain; Hayai, serving Japanese rice sandwich; Wursthans Switzerland, offering authentic Swiss sausages; and Fong Sheng Hao, a famous charcoal-grilled toast and milk tea cafe from Taiwan. Meanwhile, Morphine Coffee’s menu focuses on a healthier option for local coffee lovers. The team has cut the use of sugar and butter in roasting the coffee beans, and the store boasts in-house coffee-roasting facilities.
Shoppers can also look forward to family-friendly stores like Komma, a DIY craft supplies store and workshop; My Art Studio; Smigy Kid’s Indoor Play; and Sing My Song Family Karaoke.
Fong Sheng Hao, at PLQ Mall, is a famous charcoal-grilled toast and milk tea cafe from Taiwan (Credit: Lendlease)
Other tenants include Uniqlo, Tokyu Hands, Foot Locker, Cotton On, Laneige, Innisfree, Etude House, Haidilao Hot Pot, The Providore, Wine Connection and Starbucks Reserve, and homegrown brands such as Challenger, Popular Bookstore, TungLok Seafood, Duckland, as well as UOB High Street Wealth Centre.
Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ) is a $3.6 billion integrated development that comprises PLQ Mall, three Grade-A office towers spanning one million sq ft, and three residential towers with 429 units. PLQ has direct links to Paya Lebar MRT Station, an interchange station serving both the East-West and Circle Lines.
Conceived as a placemaking project, PLQ will also offer a range of alfresco dining options at PLQ Parkside; a sheltered PLQ Plaza to host events; and an outdoor children’s play area amid 100,000 sq ft of greenery.
Morphine Coffee boasts in-house coffee-roasting facilities (Credit: Lendlease)
PLQ is part of the URA’s plans for the 12ha Paya Lebar Central precinct to be a sub-regional business hub for Singapore. Its office component offers close to 900,000 sq ft of space with tenants such as CBRE, JLL, NTUC Income, Great Eastern, Bayer and Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS).
“We are proud to be contributing to the URA’s vision of the transformation of Paya Lebar, the most centralised sub-regional business and lifestyle hub in Singapore,” says Tony Lombardo, CEO, Asia, of Lendlease.
“PLQ is a great showcase of Lendlease’s core expertise in urban regeneration and placemaking by combining quality retail, entertainment and lifestyle options with community-centric spaces that resonate with the rich heritage and culture of the area,” he adds.
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