Party's over for St James Power Station

After 12 years as one of Singapore’s largest nightlife complexes, St James Power Station shut its doors to partygoers for the last time on Sept 1, 2018.
After 12 years as one of Singapore’s largest nightlife complexes, St James Power Station shut its doors to partygoers for the last time on Sept 1, 2018.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG

SINGAPORE - After 12 years as one of Singapore's largest nightlife complexes, St James Power Station quietly shut its doors to partygoers for the last time last Saturday (Sept 1).

The lease for the 65,000 sq ft venue along Sentosa Gateway expired on Aug 31, and the premises will be returned to landlord Mapletree next month after it is restored to its original condition, St James' managing director Gordon Foo told The Straits Times.

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