SINGAPORE: The Compass One mall in Sengkang will reopen in September after being closed for nearly a year for renovation works, owner M&G Real Estate said in a press release on Thursday.
The revamped mall will have a larger library spanning two floors, more educational facilities, larger common areas, and improved amenities including a children’s wet and dry playground. This will benefit nearby executive condo residents such as those from The Terrace EC, Treasure Crest EC, Waterwoods EC, The Amore EC, The Vales EC and Bellewaters EC.
New tenants include Challenger, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Owndays. They will be joined by anchor tenants Cold Storage, Sengkang Public Library and Kopitiam, as well as long-term tenants like POSB, Kiddy Palace, Starbucks, Pizza Hut and Popular.
So far, 95 per cent of the mall’s retail space has been leased. Tenants started moving in last month to fit out their retail space following the granting of the Temporary Occupation Permit, M&G Real Estate said.
The shopping centre was previously known as Compass Point, before it held a naming contest on social media. The name Sengkang Mall was picked, but after criticism from members of the public, it was changed to 1 Sengkang Mall, and later changed again to Compass One.