CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust - Annual Report 2021

Completed AEIs LOT ONE SHOPPERS’ MALL Rejuvenated and Refreshed The cinema reopened on 24 September 2021 on Levels 5 and 6 with eight reformatted digital halls equipped with the latest laser and sound system. Green Grove exhibition area at Level 4 (Photo credit: NLB) Rendering of WeWork’s private office space at 21 Collyer Quay Cinema pre-AEI Cinema post-AEI: Shifted location and improved frontage The revamped public library reopened on 28 October 2021 with a nature theme. It is the first local public library with an indoor garden, a repository for nature and sustainability-related contents known as the Green Grove, in addition to exciting new experiences such as augmented realityactivities andahydroponics showcase. The expanded library now spreads over Levels 4 and 5, with collections for adults, teens and children, as well as spaces for toddlers. A rooftop playground occupies a part of the transformed space on Level 5. 21 COLLYER QUAY Enhanced and Green The property commenced its enhancement works in 3Q 2020 and achieved the BCA Green Mark Platinum certification on 1 December 2020 while being retrofitted. The seven-year lease to WeWork, a shared workspace provider, began in late 2021. WeWork is expected to commence operations upon completion of fit-out works in 3Q 2022. Ongoing AEIs SIX BATTERY ROAD Optimised and Revitalised Most of the intended space upgrade at Six Battery Road is completed. The renovated podium block houses new F&B offerings and Standard Chartered’s new retail banking hall, which opened its doors on 22 June 2021. A new through-block link now connects Raffles Place to Singapore River, providing greater convenience to both tenants and public. Bar.celona Cava & Tapas are among the new restaurants offering novel dining concepts expected to open in 2Q 2022. Façade of Six Battery Road facing Singapore River Annual Report 2021 29 Value Creation