PARCO Shopping Malls
Buildings which are functional yet aesthetically appealing create a stimulating urban landscape. Interiors whose layouts manage to encompass a variety of shops in a pleasing manner, yet preserve each boutique’s individual character, enhance the quality of the environment.
Concept Development and Management
Creating concepts that are fresh and exciting to the market
PARCO Bugis Junction
PARCO in Bugis Junction opened in 1995, located within the distinctive redevelopment project in Singapore. The project also consisted of Inter-Continental Hotel, an Office Tower and Seiyu Department Store, having an area of more than 1.6 million sq ft.
Singapore’s warm weather led to PARCO’s decision to build the structure’s first three above-ground floors into Singapore’s first glass-covered, air-conditioned mall. The mall preserves the site’s original Chinese shopping street, creating a pleasant, nostalgic atmosphere with its old Straits-Chinese styled shophouse facades with five-foot walkways.
PARCO Bugis Junction combined old and new into a charming mall. Up to 120 specialty shops, restaurants, cinema and amusements were selected for “everyday and anytime fun”, attracting Singaporean as well as expatriates.
PARCO Marina Bay
(2010- Feb 2014)
On 31 March 2010, PARCO Marina Bay opened in Millenia Walk, Singapore’s Marina district. By leveraging on PARCO’s design capabilities and expertise in shopping complex management, PARCO Marina Bay showcased a total of 108 shops providing a wide array of items and services- from food to everyday goods to culture and beauty.
The fashion zone of the complex housed "PARCO next NEXT", an incubation initiative run by PARCO Singapore to grrom emerging local designers. This project was supported by the Textile and Fashion Federation (Singapore) (TaFt) and SPRING Singapore.
PARCO Marina Bay also featured “Itadakimasu”, a restaurant zone that housed 6 authentic Japanese cuisines and a popular fusion vegetarian restaurant.
These special characteristics distinguished PARCO Marina Bay from other local commercial facilities.