CapitaLand to manage Bugis Village and Bugis Street, plans new retail concepts for area

The proposed Bugis Box is a series of loose and colourful container boxes with open display areas for tourists and shoppers to enjoy memorable encounters with trendy Instagrammable bites, quirky gifts and trending fashion accessories. PHOTO: CAPITALAND AND FARM ARCHITECTS
A section of the revamped Bugis Village and Bugis Street will be a hub offering established brands and new entrants an incubator space to innovate new ways of creating curated brand experiences or pilot new concepts. PHOTO: CAPITALAND AND FARM ARCHITECTS
The revamped Bugis Village and Bugis Street will cater to the creative community in Bugis and shoppers keen to experience the eclectic Bugis old-world charm adapted for the new era. PHOTO: CAPITALAND AND FARM ARCHITECTS
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SINGAPORE - Bugis Village and Bugis Street, Singapore's largest street market which in recent years has reported dwindling footfall, is getting a revamp.

From April 1, mall developer CapitaLand will take over the management of both after winning a joint tender for their integrated management, in a move announced by the Singapore Land Authority (SLA) on Wednesday (Jan 15).

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