Chinatown Point to reopen with new look, tenant mix
Published on Sep 3, 2012 6:00 AM
One of Chinatown's most recognisable buildings, Chinatown Point, is set to reopen with a snazzy new look in the coming months.
Retail mall veteran Pua Seck Guan, executive chairman of Perennial Real Estate Holdings, put together a consortium that includes German fund manager SEB, NTUC FairPrice and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) for this venture.
SPH also has stakes in The Clementi Mall, among others.
Located at the junction of New Bridge Road and Upper Cross Street, Chinatown Point was bought for $250 million from City Developments in July 2010.
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