GR.iD is now open to public, with good food and fun activities including Live Action Role Playing
We have seen countless shopping malls in Singapore and it’s almost impossible to visit every one of them. However, if there is ONE mall you should check out, it has to be GR.iD. GR.iD is the first-of-its-kind shopping mall focusing on food, fitness and fun activities. The concept of the mall is youth-centric and focuses on socialising and having fun. Plus, you won’t be able to find stores you find at the mall typically.
First Look At GR.iD: New Mall In Dhoby Ghaut With Cyberpunk Vibes, Previously Known As PoMo
Consider yourself a true blue 90s kid if you’ve heard of the PoMo, previously the go-to hangout spot among Orchard Road-goers. If you haven’t, it was the offbeat mall near The Cathay that broke students used to go to for some KFC. The mall is now back as a rebranded GR.iD with an eye-catching vibrant and geometric exterior.
GR.iD holds ‘GR.iD Arena’ game tournament from now till Apr 30
Find 8 unique QR codes around the mall to play 8 different games. In commemoration of its recent opening, the youth-focused GR.iD mall is hosting an Amazing Race-inspired game tournament from now till Apr 30. Titled ‘GR.iD Arena’, players are required to hunt for eight unique QR codes hidden within the mall’s space.
New entertainment-centric mall GR.iD opens at Dhoby Ghaut
Beyond just a place to shop and dine, GR.iD hopes to be a space for youths to connect and chill with friends. Entertainment-centric retail podium GR.iD – short for Great Identities – officially opened its doors on Saturday (Feb 12) at 1 Selegie Road. The 92,000 square feet of retail space spans across six levels and features various tenants categorised into three different concepts — eater-tainment, edu-tainment, and retail-tainment.
Things To Do At New GR.iD Mall At Dhoby Ghaut
Former POMO at Dhoby Ghaut has transformed itself into a new colourful Tetris-inspired hangout, GR.iD. The new GR.iD stands out with over 92,000 sq ft of entertainment-centric space spanning across six levels. The mall’s eclectic tenant mix was specially curated with a focus on owner-operated, first-to-market, eater-tainment, edu-tainment, and retail-tainment concepts.
‘Tetris-inspired’ GR.iD Mall, an IG-Worthy Shopping Mall, Officially Opens in Selegie Road
The OG’s will remember stopping by POMO mall for our well-beloved Gu Thai boat noodles after a wild night of dancing at Clarke Quay. Oh, memories of filling your stomach with piping, hot flavourful soup that has that immaculate spice– But Pomo’s no more and instead, what greets us is a futuristic, cyberpunk-worthy fun hang-out mall called the GR.iD.
Youth-focused GR.iD mall officially opens in Selegie education district
The “Tetris-inspired” GR.iD mall officially opened on Saturday (Feb 12), offering a mix of unique food, entertainment and retail offerings targeted at youngsters from nearby schools.
GR.iD taps 8traordinary to lead branding and creative after refresh from PoMo name
GR.iD under Gaw Capital (formerly PoMo Mall) has appointed 8traordinary to lead branding and creative duties for a year following a pitch in 2021. 8traordinary’s remit includes brand consultancy, O2O solutions, social media strategy and marketing, integrated media buying, PR, campaigns and activations and design experience. The agency’s first charge was GR.iD’s soft launch in the fourth quarter of last year and the official opening slated for the first quarter of 2022.
The Dhoby Ghaut hit list: IG-worthy cafes, cool indie boutiques and iconic museums
Dhoby Ghaut may just be your new favourite spot to shop, eat and repeat… If you think Dhoby Ghaut is lacklustre, think again. Explore beyond the malls, cinemas and MRT interchange to come across IG-worthy cafes, noteworthy brunch spots and local fashion boutiques. The best part? Everything is within a 10-minute walk (or less) from the train station. Read on to discover what’s hot in Dhoby Ghaut…
8 GR.iD Food Places To Try In The Former PoMo Mall, Including A Rooftop Tapas Bar And Sweet Potato Mille Crepe
Most 90s kids will remember PoMo as a popular spot in town to chill after school or during the weekends. The mall recently had a facelift, unveiling a brand new look and name: GR.ID. Centrally located along Selegie Road, the revamped mall now offers a great selection of nosh to choose from, including IG-worthy desserts and hearty Taiwanese fare. Read on for eight GRID food places to try in the former PoMo!
Former PoMo Mall in Selegie reopens as GR.iD, has rooftop dining bar & modern sci-fi vibes
Formerly known as PoMo and Paradiz Centre, the shopping and dining arcade has transformed into a new mall called GR.ID. ‘Tetris’ Building. Designed to look like Tetris blocks on top of one another, the new GR.ID mall features a vibrant orange colourway with cyberpunk exteriors. It also comes with a giant GR.ID logo on top of the building which is hard to miss. Here’s a peek at some areas of the mall.
10 things to do at the new GR.iD Mall, formerly known as PoMo
Having gone to university at SMU, to say that I’m well-acquainted with PoMo is an understatement. Back in the day, students like us would frequent the place like it’s our neighbourhood mall, stopping by for the ever-so-regular bowl of boat noodles. Now, the mall has transformed into GR.iD (GRID), a futuristic-looking hub that looks like it’s straight out of 2030. If you’re thinking of taking the trip down, here are 10 things to eat, do, and keep yourself entertained with at GR.iD (GRID).
PoMo Mall Reopens As GR.iD, Now Has “Cyberpunk-Like” Exterior, Rooftop Bar & Dessert Cafe
Consider yourself a true blue 90s kid if you’ve heard of the PoMo, previously the go-to hangout spot among Orchard Road-goers. If you haven’t, it was an offbeat mall near The Cathay that broke students used to go to for some KFC. After a delayed reopening, the mall is now back as a rebranded GR.ID with an eye-catching vibrant and geometric exterior.