Causeway Point

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Coordinates: 1°26′10″N 103°47′9″E / 1.43611°N 103.78583°E / 1.43611; 103.78583

Causeway Point
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Location Woodlands, Singapore
Address 1 Woodlands Square
Opening date November 1998
Developer Frasers Centrepoint
Management Frasers Centrepoint
Owner Frasers Centrepoint Trust
No. of stores and services 250
No. of anchor tenants 10
Total retail floor area 420,000 square feet (39,000 m2)
No. of floors 9
Public transit access  TE2  NS9  Woodlands
Woodlands Bus Interchange
Website Causeway Point

Causeway Point (Chinese: 长堤坊), is the seventh largest suburban shopping mall in Singapore, located in the town centre of Woodlands, a town in the North of Singapore.[1]Completed in 1998, it is located beside the Woodlands MRT station and the former underground Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange and has 250 retail outlets spread over five floors and a basement. Another Woodlands Temporary Bus Interchange was built to replace the former underground bus interchange.


Causeway Point was completed in November 1998 as the first major shopping mall to open in Woodlands. Back then, it had a 10 screen cineplex operated by Studio Cinemas (which was reduced to 7 screens) after Cathay took over as the former went bust, John Little and Metro department stores, a Cold Storage supermarket, a Courts store and more than 250 specialty shops.

In late 2010, Causeway Point underwent a $72 million facelift lasting 30 months.[2] These renovation works were aimed to increase net property income by 22 per cent to $51.5 million.[citation needed]. During these renovation works, it added a dry playground on the 2nd floor and a wet playground on the 7th floor. The main food court was relocated from the 5th floor to the 4th floor as part of its tenant remixing works. John Little vacated the mall shortly before renovation works commenced and was replaced by newer stores.

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  1. ^ "Causeway Point". Malls. Retrieved December 9, 2014. 
  2. ^ Cheong, Suk-Wai (2 April 2006). "It's a MALL world after all". The Sunday Times. The Straits Times. 

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