Changi Business Park
Launched in July 1997, the 66-hectare Changi Business Park is JTC Corporation's second business park following the International Business Park in Jurong East. The Changi Business Park comprises a mix of high technology business, data and software enterprises, research and development divisions and knowledge intensive facilities.
The Changi Business Park is located near to Changi Airport, the Aviation Distri-Zone and logistics facilities. This simplifies transportation and logistics arrangements for businesses leading to significant cost savings.
The business park is also close to Singapore Expo, one of South East Asia’s largest exhibition centres and easily accessible to the Central Business District by rail via the Expo MRT Station and by road via the Pan Island Expressway and the East Coast Parkway.
Completed in 2012, a large area of Changi Business Park will open as a mixed use development project. Comprising a retail shopping mall, office building, and hotel building, the project was redeveloped by a joint venture between Ascendas Land and Frasers Centerpoint. Construction of the project was undertaken by Japanese general construction contractor Nakano Corporation.
Investors can lease land sites from JTC Corporation to construct their facilities.
List of CBP Businesses
Within the past year, CBP has expanded greatly, and it now houses -- or is in close proximity to -- the following businesses (or branches/satellite offices of business), just to name a few: Changi City Point mall, Park Avenue Hotels & Suites NTUC Fairprice supermarket, Fitness First gym, Cisco, Wang cafe kaya toast & teh C eatery, Mizuno, IBM, Nestle, Ajisen Ramen, DBS Bank, Credit Suisse, Standard Chartered, Citibank, JPMorgan, Subway sandwich restaurant, Just Salad eatery, Crowne Plaza Changi Airport hotel. The Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) is also located at CBP.
There is a bus service 20, which loops from Tampines Int to Changi Business Park, and this service is under Bus Services Enhancement Programmes (BSEP). Bus service 35 also bypasses that area. Alternatively, one can arrive by MRT to Expo station.
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