PLQ Mall is part of the $3.6 billion integrated development Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ), which also include three Grade A office towers and a residential component, Park Place Residences.
Paya Lebar Quarter Mall (PLQ Mall) is now open for preview, with a grand opening set on 24 October.
With over 200 shops, the mall’s anchor tenants include Shaw Theatres, FairPrice Finest and KopiTime, a new thematic food court by Kopitiam.
Shaw Theatres feature 12 halls as well as an IMAX theatre.
PLQ Mall also houses several new F&B concepts such as Mom’s Touch by No Signboard Group, a popular South Korean fried chicken chain; Japanese rice sandwich store Hayai; Wursthans Switzerland restaurant; Fong Sheng Hao, Taiwan’s famous charcoal-grilled toast and milk tea café; and Lucky Bird, which offers honest-to-goodness Singapore chicken rice with a twist.
There are also new family-friendly stores like DIY craft supplies and workshop Komma; Smigy Kid’s Indoor Play; My Art Studio and Sing My Song Family Karaoke.
International brands such as UNIQLO, Foot Locker, Tokyu Hands, LANEIGE, Cotton On, Etude House, Innisfree, The Providore, Haidilao Hot Pot, Wine Connection and Starbucks Reserve as well as popular homegrown brands such as Popular Bookstore, Challenger, Duckland, TungLok Seafood and UOB High Street Wealth Centre can also be found there.
PLQ Mall is part of the $3.6 billion integrated development Paya Lebar Quarter (PLQ), which also include three Grade A office towers and a residential component, Park Place Residences. Lendlease’s largest project to date in Singapore, PLQ is home to the company’s new Asia headquarters.
As an integral component of the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s (URA) plans for the Paya Lebar Central precinct to be a sub-regional business hub for the city-state, PLQ Workplace – which offers almost 900,000 sq ft of space – is home to leading enterprises such as PropertyGuru, CBRE, JLL, NTUC Income, Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS), Great Eastern, Bayer and Virgin Active.
“We are proud to be contributing to URA’s vision of the transformation of Paya Lebar, the most centralised sub-regional business and lifestyle hub in Singapore,” said Tony Lombardo, CEO, Asia, Lendlease.
“PLQ is a great showcase of Lendlease’s core expertise in urban regeneration and placemaking by combining quality retail, entertainment and lifestyle options with community-centric spaces that resonate with the rich heritage and culture of the area.”
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