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CapitaLand Development (CLD) has proposed to change JCube Mall from commercial use to a primarily residential development that has commercial spaces on the first storey.
The redeveloped mixed development will be called J'Den.
If approved, J'Den can be developed into a property with more floor space than what it currently has, at a plot ratio of 4.2, up from the current 3.0.
Located about 200m from Jurong East MRT station and opened in 2012, JCube was one of several suburban malls in the area. CapitaLand also owns Westgate and outlet mall IMM, while Lendlease owns Jem.
|Project Information||1 Block of 40-Storey Development with Sky Garden (Total 368 Units), and commercial at 1st Storey, Childcare at 2nd Storey, a Clubhouse complete with Swimming Pool & Communal Facilities at 3rd Storey, Substation, Bin Centre and 3 Storeys of Basement Carpark|
|Developer||Tanglin R.E Holdings / CapitaLand|
|Architect||Surbana Jurong Consultants Pte Ltd|
|Builder||Woh Hup (Private) Limited|
|Expected Date of Completion||Q2 2027|
Within the Jurong area, extending westwards till Yuan Ching Road, there are a number of upcoming developments :
Image of JCube Shopping Mall, to be redeveloped as J'Den Mixed Development.
8 Feb 2023
1. The name
Sitting on the site of the former Jurong Entertainment Centre, JCube was so named in 2010 after a competition that saw more than 3,000 entries submitted.
The “J” represents Jurong, while the rest of the name “evokes the architectural concept of the mall – a six-side development with facade walls designed to resemble an ice cube”, according to a press release then.
2. The Rink
The first and only Olympic-size ice skating rink in Singapore is located on level three of JCube, and was opened on April 2, 2012, the same day as the mall.
7 Feb 2023
The expected sales launch for the new residential development in Jurong East will be in the second half of 2023, with the site targeted for completion in 2027.
SINGAPORE: Jurong East shopping mall JCube will cease operations from Aug 7, to make way for a new residential development that will include commercial space on the first and second storeys.
CapitaLand Development (CLD) said in a statement on Tuesday (Feb 7) it obtained the Urban Redevelopment Authority's provisional permission to redevelop the existing JCube site into a 40-storey apartment block with an expected sales launch in the second half of 2023.
The new residential development, which is targeted for completion in 2027, will "complement the Government's plans to bring new homes - alongside new businesses, recreational facilities and amenities - to the Jurong Lake District (JLD)".
7 Feb 2023
SINGAPORE - JCube mall in Jurong East Central will close down on Aug 6 to make way for a 40-storey residential development that will include commercial space on the first and second storeys.
The new residential building, targeted for completion in 2027, will complement the Government’s plans to bring new homes, businesses, recreational facilities and amenities to the Jurong Lake District, CapitaLand Development said on Tuesday.
The mall will shut down on Aug 6 at 10pm. CapitaLand said it is working closely with the tenants and providing the necessary support to ensure a smooth handover of the premises.
The new residential development will be linked directly to the Jurong East MRT interchange station, Westgate and IMM Building via J-Walk, which is a covered elevated pedestrian network in the district, the statement added.
Jurong East interchange station now serves the East-West and North-South lines, and will link up with the future Jurong Region Line, which will open in phases from 2027.
7 Feb 2023
JCUBE, a leisure and edutainment mall in Jurong East, will cease operations in early August as developer CapitaLand Development (CLD) works to convert the site into a 40-storey residential and commercial development.
On Tuesday (Feb 7), the development arm of CapitaLand Group announced that it obtained provisional permission from Singapore’s Urban Redevelopment Authority to redevelop the JCube site.
The residential development will have commercial space on the first and second storeys and is slated for completion in 2027. CLD expects to launch the new development for sale in the second half of 2023, said chief executive Tan Yew Chin in a press statement.
28 July 2022
CapitaLand-owned mall JCube looks set to make way for a mixed-use residential development, based on a proposed amendment to the site's land use.
The proposed amendment to the Urban Redevelopment Authority's (URA) masterplan, published by the agency on July 22, stated that JCube's 7,771.2 sq m plot may be changed from commercial use to a primarily residential development that has commercial spaces on the first storey.
If approved, CapitaLand Development (CLD) - which acquired the mall from CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust in the first quarter of 2022 - may build a property with more floor space than JCube at a plot ratio of 4.2, up from the current 3.0.
A CLD spokesman told The Straits Times on Thursday (July 28) that it is "exploring options to reposition or redevelop the mall in line with the gradual transformation of Jurong Lake District".
"No plan has been firmed up and it is business as usual at JCube," said the spokesman, who did not give further details.
URA's publication of the proposed masterplan amendment indicates that CLD has received in-principle approval from the authorities to redevelop the mall.
Located about 200m from Jurong East MRT station and opened in 2012, JCube is one of several suburban malls in the area. CapitaLand also owns Westgate and outlet mall IMM, while Lendlease owns Jem.