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Funan's retail arm receives 95% leasing commitment ahead of opening

F&B brands occupy around 25% of the space.

Prior to its reopening on 28 June, Funan has received 95% committed occupancy for its retail component, which brings its total number of brands housed in the development to over 190.

Newly signed tenants include Taobao's new experiential concept in Singapore, operated by Virmall, offering furniture, household items, textiles and fashion products. Nikon is also set to launch its first standalone outlet and flagship “Experience Hub” at the mall. The concept encompasses its Nikon School, a workshop space for photography tutorials by professionals.

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Swiss sewing machine brand BERNINA will also open its flagship store at Funan.

The development will contain more than 80 food and beverage establishments, occupying 25% of its retail space. Brands include Afuri Ramen, Kara-men Ajisen, Tsuta, Gong Cha, LiHo, Milksha and Nayuki Tea. 

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