Bedok Point, located in the town center of Bedok along New Upper Changi Road and near Bedok MRT station, was a four-storey mall with two basement stories. It was officially opened on 26 April 2011, with a range of retail units, entertainment outlets, a bookstore, and food outlets. The mall had its soft opening on 16 December 2010.
Bedok Point was built on the site of the former Bedok and Changi theatres and was completed in late 2010 as the first air-conditioned mall in Bedok. It had 76 specialty tenants, including anchors such as Harvey Norman and mainly restaurants and cafes. In 2011, the mall was divested into Frasers Centrepoint Trust by its developer, Frasers Centrepoint Ltd.
However, Bedok Point faced declining footfall as it faced competition from Bedok Mall and recently opened malls in eastern Singapore. It ceased operations from 1 July 2022 and has been demolished. It is to be redeveloped into a mixed-use development named Sky Eden @ Bedok.
The new development is slated to be completed in 2025 and will include residential units, providing an excellent location in the heart of a mature town at less than 2 minutes' walk to Bedok MRT station.
The redevelopment comes after Frasers Property bought Bedok Point from one of its real estate investment trusts, Frasers Centrepoint Trust (FCT), as competition intensified due to new competing retail offerings which are larger and better located within its immediate catchment.
The manager highlighted that Bedok Point had achieved occupancy of above 90 per cent at the time but "remains challenged" especially with the COVID-19 pandemic. Displaced tenants in Bedok Point could be offered spaces in other malls within Frasers Property's portfolio, with fresh negotiations between the tenants and the landlord.