Big Box to open near Jurong East MRT

Source: Channel News Asia, 12 Mar 2014

Singapore’s largest retail warehouse store is set to open in the fourth quarter of this year, adding to developments that have sprung up around Jurong East MRT station.

Singapore’s largest retail warehouse store is set to open in the fourth quarter of this year, adding to developments that have sprung up around Jurong East MRT station.

Big Box will have some 400,000 square feet of shopping space, featuring brands such as Akira, Mod Living, Castilla, Barang Barang and Novena.

The services include a drive-through service that allows shoppers to place orders in advance before driving down to collect the items.

Overall, the eight-storey complex will have approximately 1.3 million square feet of space including warehouses and logistic facilities.

Jurong East is fast becoming a major suburban hub.

Several malls have opened recently, including JEM and Westgate, and residents will soon benefit from new offices as well as the upcoming 700-bed Ng Teng Fong General Hospital.

Big Box’s main shareholder is Singapore mainboard-listed TT International, which owns 51 per cent of the complex.

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