What is JTC Anchor Tenant?

JTC Anchor Tenant refers to a significant tenant occupying a substantial portion of leasable space within a commercial or industrial development managed by JTC in Singapore. An anchor tenant is typically a prominent and established company that plays a pivotal role in attracting other tenants and driving economic activity in the development.

JTC Anchor Tenant Application Process

Reasons to Hire Us for Anchor Tenant Application in Singapore

Strategic Guidance

Strategic Guidance

Benefit from our strategic guidance throughout the anchor tenant application process, maximizing your chances of securing the tenancy by aligning your business needs with JTC’s requirements.

Efficient Application Management

Efficient Application Management

Leave the entire application process in our capable hands as we handle paperwork, documentation, and communication with JTC, ensuring timely and accurate submission while meeting all requirements and deadlines.

Negotiation Support

Negotiation Support

Gain an advantage in lease discussions with our expert negotiation support, ensuring favorable terms and conditions for your anchor tenancy while protecting your interests and achieving the best outcome.

FAQ

Does JTC Anchor Tenant / Subtenants who remain status quo at renewal need to be reassessed?

As of today, anchor subtenants are required to submit applications for subletting extensions, and these applications are evaluated based on their financial contributions, the project’s productivity, and the creation of quality employment. In order to maximise administrative efficiency, current anchor subtenants will no longer need to be reassessed at renewals unless there is a change (i.e., an increase or reduction in their occupied GFA and/or use). Please be aware that applications will still be required for subletting period extensions.

What is the Minimum Occupation Period of JTC Anchor Tenant / Subtenant upon Renewal?

“Subsequent anchor subtenants, or those who take the place of the initial anchor subtenants, are now required to occupy the space for a minimum of three years every term.

Another thing that will be taken into account is how long the anchor subtenants have been present overall to provide them more options. As a result, once they have completed their first MOP, they may, with consent, renew for any time (according on their business needs). After they have completed their MOP, original anchor subtenants will likewise be given the same freedom for their renewals.”