SINGAPORE: Waterway Point, the retail arm of the integrated residential and retail development Watertown, was officially opened by Frasers Centrepoint Malls on Tuesday (Apr 19).
Speaking at the event, Group CEO of Frasers Centrepoint Lim Ee Seng said the mall has been well-received by the community, welcoming more than six million visitors since opening its doors to the public in mid-January this year.
Waterway Point overlooks Punggol Waterway. (Photo: Alicia Tantriady)
A joint venture by Frasers Centrepoint, Far East Organisation and Sekisuki House, the 370,824-square-foot Waterway Point overlooks Punggol Waterway and incorporates green features such as cycling infrastructure with electrical charging stations. This is in line with the eco-town vision for Punggol.
Frasers Centrepoint said its mall is at 95 per cent occupancy, and includes brands such as H&M and London Fat Duck as its tenants.