CapitaLand may sell Rivervale Mall

Singapore property conglomerate CapitaLand has confirmed it is reviewing its options for the future of Rivervale Mall.

“CapitaLand Mall Trust has not come to any decision or entered into any agreement or transaction in connection with the options, nor is there any certainty or assurance that CMT will enter into or conclude any such transactions,” the company said in a disclosure to the Singapore stock exchange.

The company said the consideration was in line with its policy of continually evaluating its portfolio of assets “and exploring opportunities to maximise” their value.

Rivervale Mall is located in the Sengkang housing estate close to Rumbia LRT station in the north-eastern region of Singapore. The three-storey mall has a net lettable area of 81,159 sqft and serves the local community.

Key tenants include NTUC Foodfare, Daiso, Bata, Eu Yan Sang TCM, McDonald’s, Long John Silver’s, Guardian, KFC, BBQ Chicken, Watsons, Kimage, NTUC Denticare, Unity NTUC Healthcare.

In 2014, it had a footfall of 9.9 million.


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