Nex, Singapore

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Coordinates: 1°22′10.7″N 103°50′54.6″E / 1.369639°N 103.848500°E / 1.369639; 103.848500

Nex (Nex Serangoon)
Nex 4.jpg
Main facade
Location Serangoon New Town, Singapore
Address 23 Serangoon Central
Opening date November 2010
Management Mercatus Ltd
Owner Mercatus Ltd
No. of stores and services 340
No. of anchor tenants 14
Total retail floor area 600,000 square feet (56,000 m2)
No. of floors 7 (including a Ground Floor and a Lower Ground Floor)
Public transit access  NE12  CC13  Serangoon
Website Nex

Nex (stylized as "nex") is a regional shopping mall in Serangoon, within the North-East Region of Singapore. The largest mall in North-East Singapore and one of the largest suburban malls in the country, and is integrated with the air-conditioned Serangoon Bus Interchange and Serangoon MRT Station.

Taken from another angle showing green wall.
Inside nex
Showing the car park building at the left.

History[edit]

Built on an empty plot of land right above the Circle Line portion of Serangoon MRT Station, Nex was developed by its then owner, Gold Ridge Pte Ltd and was completed in November 2010. As a regional mall, it had two food courts, Food Junction and Food Republic, a NTUC Fairprice Xtra hypermarket, a Cold Storage supermarket, a Shaw Theatres cineplex, an Isetan department store and more than 380 shops back then. The mall pioneered several firsts in Singapore, such as a rooftop dog park integrated with a dry and wet playground and Serangoon Public Library, the first public library to be built on a rooftop. The mall's second basement (lower ground) floor also houses the Serangoon Bus Interchange.

In 2014, the mall underwent minor renovations, such as renovating a part of Level 1 to incorporate fashion giants Uniqlo and H&M, and relocating Kiddy Palace to level 4. The mall's tenant mix was also slightly refreshed as well, such as Anytime Fitness opening on the roof level of the mall, and various beauty tenants occupying a part of Ground Floor (Basement 1) and Level 1, such as Innisfree, Sephora and jewelry shops such as Swarovski.

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