Jurong East mall JCube set to make way for mixed-use residential development

If approved, CapitaLand Development may build a property with more floor space than JCube at a plot ratio of 4.2, up from the current 3.0. ST PHOTO: DESMOND FOO
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SINGAPORE - CapitaLand-owned mall JCube looks set to make way for a mixed-use residential development, based on a proposed amendment to the site's land use.

The proposed amendment to the Urban Redevelopment Authority's (URA) masterplan, published by the agency on July 22, stated that JCube's 7,771.2 sq m plot may be changed from commercial use to a primarily residential development that has commercial spaces on the first storey.

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