Northpoint City launching Friday with 400 shops
Soft-launching on Friday, Yishun’s Northpoint City mall will have about 400 outlets on six floors, 100 of them dedicated to dining.
Developed by Frasers Centrepoint, the mall houses the former Northpoint Shopping Centre in its north wing, along with a community centre, an air-conditioned bus interchange, a public library set to open next month, and a town square the size of 10 basketball courts.
Northpoint City is also connected to North Park Residences, where all 920 units have been sold.
As well as two supermarkets, Cold Storage and Fairprice, plus a double-storey Harvey Norman department store, the mall will offer Japanese, Korean and Thai restaurants. These include South Korea’s Patbingsoo (street food and bingsu desserts), Pizza Maru with its fluffy-dough pizzas, and Thai smoothie specialist Fruiturday.
There are three food halls in the mall, the main one being The Makan Town. The others are Bagus and Kopitiam.