NTUC Foodfare closes shop at quiet Kallang Wave Mall

A store closure notice by NTUC Foodfare at Kallang Wave Mall. It had reduced the number of stalls in the food court in 2016, even as stallholders complained of poor traffic.
A store closure notice by NTUC Foodfare at Kallang Wave Mall. It had reduced the number of stalls in the food court in 2016, even as stallholders complained of poor traffic.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
My Kampung food outlet is set to open by the end of the month.
My Kampung food outlet is set to open by the end of the month.ST PHOTO: KHALID BABA
Saint Games now occupies part of the space that was once leased by electronics retailer Harvey Norman at Kallang Wave Mall.
Saint Games now occupies part of the space that was once leased by electronics retailer Harvey Norman at Kallang Wave Mall.ST PHOTO: KHALID BABA
The last day of operation of NTUC Foodfare, which operates the foodcourt,  was June 24, 2018.
The last day of operation of NTUC Foodfare, which operates the foodcourt, was June 24, 2018.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - One of the biggest tenants at Kallang Wave Mall, NTUC Foodfare food court, has packed up, raising questions over how businesses are faring in the shopping centre beside the Sports Hub.

This comes after other major tenants such as fashion retailer Forever 21 and electronics chain store Harvey Norman also closed their outlets at the mall.

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