Marks & Spencer Raffles City Closing Down, Last Day Of Operation Dec 31, 2020
It is not exiting the Singapore market — it still has 10 stores here, including a standalone M&S Food concept and a pop-up store.
After Robinsons announced in October that it’s closing its remaining two outlets at The Heeren and Raffles City Shopping Centre, another longtime Raffles City tenant is leaving the building.
British retail chain Marks & Spencer put out a newspaper ad today (Dec 10) to inform the public that it is “moving out” of the City Hall mall. It had been there for 34 years since 1986, the year Raffles City SC opened. M&S and Robinsons are both owned by the same parent company, the Dubai-based conglomerate Al-Futtaim.