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Coordinates: 1°18′07″N 103°54′17″E / 1.30194°N 103.90472°E / 1.30194; 103.90472
Parkway Parade (Chinese: 百汇广场; pinyin: Bǎihuì Guǎngchǎng) is a suburban shopping centre in Marine Parade, Singapore. Opened on March 9, 1984, it has a 17-floor office tower and a seven-storey shopping mall with a basement. Developed by Parkway Holdings, the company sold the building away in 2000 to Asia Pacific Investment Company and is managed by Lend Lease. The mall commenced its redevelopment in March 2002 and was completed in two phases. The first phase included a new tenant mix, to reflect the positioning of the mall. This included anchor tenant, Giant on the third floor. The mall's second phase was completed in November 2003, with a brand-new and expanded food court and an alfresco-dining area on the first floor. It also included the completion of the 'Waterfall' leisure and dining precinct with one of the country's tallest glass waterfall, a water play area, six food and beverage kiosks and a restaurant. The mall was fully completed in November 2003.
It has 1,184 parking lots over six levels and a medical centre on the fifth and sixth storeys. Proposed plans for a cinema in 1994 have long been shelved.Major tenants
The shopping mall has 250 retailers. This includes the following below.
- Banquet Food Court
- Best Denki
- Cold Storage
- Harvey Norman
- Home Haven on 7
- Marks and Spencer
- Challenger Superstore