100 AM (pictured), the first fully-fledged mall at Tanjong Pagar by Amara Holdings, has secured a 70 percent occupancy rate ahead of its mid-2012 completion date.
"We are confident that this new mall will be a strong pull for shoppers and residents with strong purchasing power as well as professionals and office workers living and working in the precinct," said Albert Teo, Chief Executive of Amara Holdings.
"With its solid base of (food and beverage) establishments and retail brands - from fine dining to casual eateries, gourmet coffee to trendy retailers — 100 AM will be the leading dining and retail hub in this part of the city."
Letty Lee, Director of Retail Services at CBRE, said "the strong interest from retailers at 100 AM is a good indication of their confidence in a well-located inner city mall."
"We are currently negotiating with some selective established fashion and novel retail brands to complete the tenant mix for the mall."
22,000 sq ft of supermarket space has been added to the mall's basement, bringing its total retail rental space to 127,000 sq ft.
The shopping mall is located near the Tanjong Pagar MRT station. Other projects in the area include an upcoming residential-cum-commercial development by GuocoLand.
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