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Commercial Building Details

Introduction of Hougang Mall

Hougang Mall (Chinese: 后港购物坊) is a commercial building near Hougang Central. It is situated at 90 Hougang Avenue 10 Singapore 538766, in prime district 19. It is used mainly for commercial Retail and F&B sales and rental. The opening hours are from 10am to 10 pm. The customer service counter is located at level 3 from 10am to 10 pm. For enquiries do call 64874155.

Hougang Mall is owned by ARMF (Hougang) Private Limited and managed by the AsiaMalls Management Pte Ltd. This suburban mall has 5 levels and 2 basement levels. There are a total of 134 shop spaces. The net floor area is 170,000 sqft. There is also Cheng San Community Library in the mall.

Parking rates

There are a total of 152 car park lots over at the 2 basement levels.

Weekdays:

1st hour $1.20 or part thereof

2nd hour $0.70 per half hour or part thereof

3rd hour onwards $1.00 per half hour or part thereof

Motorcycle $1.20 per entry

Weekends & Public Holidays

1st hour $1.30 or part thereof

2nd hour $0.70 per half hour or part thereof

3rd hour onwards $1.00 per half hour or part thereof

Motorcycle $1.20 per entry

Commercial Building Location

Hougang Mall is closest to Hougang Mrt station which is about 0.19 km away. Other nearby MRT stations are Buangkok and Kovan stations. There are also several bus services available here at Hougang Bus Interchange. It is strategically located in Hougang Central. Major expressways such as CTE and KPE allow drivers easy access to any part of Singapore. If you are driving along Central Expressway (CTE), exit at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 Drive straight past Ang Mo Kio and Yio Chu Kang then turn left after Hougang Sports Hall.

Amenities around

Malls: Nearby mega malls like Hougang Green Shopping Mall, Central Place, Rivervale Plaza and Heartland Mall as well as many more others which have a myriad of amenities like eateries, retail shops, supermarkets and banks. There are also nearby restaurants along Hougang Central and Serangoon Road.

Supermarkets: The nearest supermarkets are Cold Storage Supermarket at Blk2 05 Hougang Street 21 and NTUC Fairprice at Hougang Mall.

Healthcare: For medical consult, you can head to the nearby General Practitioner Clinics, Hougang Polyclinic, Tan Tock Seng Hospital and Changi General Hospital in the area to provide specialist healthcare services for the residents.

Education: The nearby educational institution around are Punggol Primary School, Monfort Junior School, Yio Chu Kang Primary School, North Vista Primary School Serangoon Secondary School, Monfort Secondary school and Serangoon Junior College.

Recreational facilities: There are many recreational facilities around Punggol Community Club, Punggol Waterway and Punggol Park.

Places of worship: These include Masjid En-Naeem Mosque at 120 Tampines Road, Pu Ti Buddhist Temple at 121C Punggol Road and Church of the Nativity at 1259 Upper Serangoon Road.

Conclusion

Hougang Mall is definitely a highly sought after commercial business place due to its strategic location in the downtown area and the myriad of facilities in-house and nearby. Prestigious residential apartments located around Punggol new town. For more details, please contact the relevant personnel.

Did you know?

1.The first few flats in Hougang was built in 1980 to host the farmers previously from the kampong at kangkar (near punggol and sungei serangoon). The old villages’ land is transformed into Sengkang and Punggol new towns.

2.Block 316 Hougang Avenue 7 has a unique gigantic colorful rainbow design painted on the block.

3. Hougang is called Aū-káng in Hokkien and Teochew which means "river end". In the past, the name refers to the area stretching from the fifth milestone junction of Yio Chu Kang Road and Sengkang Road to the seventh milestone confluence of Upper Serangoon Road and Tampines Road.

4. At Hougang Street 21, there was a well previously called tua jia ka well. This well was named by the Teochew village of tua jia ka which means the "foot of a big well". In the past, the village was a popular place for street wayangs, Chinese medicine men food and story tellers spinning yarns.