A look inside Yishun’s newest mall, Northpoint City

(Photo: Frasers Centrepoint Singapore)

Yishun’s newest mall is finally ready for a soft launch on Friday (19 January). Northpoint City boasts six floors with some 400 outlets, 100 of which are dedicated to dining concepts.

Just days ahead of its launch, mall developer Frasers Centrepoint gave a sneak peak into the mega-mall, which is said to be the largest in the north.

It houses the former Northpoint Shopping Centre in its North wing, along with a community centre, an air-conditioned bus interchange, a public library slated to open in February and a town square as big as 10 basketball courts.

To top it off, Northpoint City is also connected to North Park Residences, whose 920 units have all been sold.

Besides housing two supermarkets – Fairprice and Cold Storage – and a double-storey Harvey Norman department store, it also has an array of trendy South Korean, Japanese and Thai restaurants.

There is South Korea’s Patbingsoo for refreshing bingsu desserts and popular Korean street foods, and Pizza Maru, famous for its Instagram-worthy fluffy-dough pizzas. Then there is Thailand’s Fruiturday, which offers refreshing smoothies.

There are three food halls in the mall, one of which is known as “The Makan Town” and measures 40,000 square feet located at the South Wing’s basement level. The others are Kopitiam and Bagus.

Underground retail link leading to Yishun MRT Station. (Photo: Frasers Centrepoint Singapore)
Harvey Norman’s new double-story store spans 34,000 square feet. (Photo: Frasers Centrepoint Singapore)
The walkway along Fairprice’s newest store in Basement 2 of the South Wing connects shoppers seamlessly to the North Wing. (Photo: Frasers Centrepoint Singapore)
Experience authentic Malaysian street hawker fare at the South Wing’s Malaysia Chiak! (Photo: Frasers Centrepoint Singapore)
Pizza Maru’s first-ever store in Singapore at Northpoint City (Photo: Frasers Centrepoint Singapore)

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