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|Former names||Yishun 10|
|Address||51 Yishun Central 1, Singapore 768794|
|Opened||28 May 1992|
|Renovated||August 2010 – November 2010|
|Construction cost||S$37 million|
GV Yishun, formerly Yishun 10, is Asia's first multiplex.
First opened on 28 May 1992 by Philip Yeo, the then chairman of Economic Development Board. It is operated by Golden Village, one of Singapore's leading cinema operators. As the name suggests, it has ten halls. The multiplex is located adjacent to Northpoint City, which is linked to Yishun MRT station via an underpass.
The last day of movie screenings at Yishun 10 was 11 August 2010 to undergo a three-month renovation from 12 August 2010 to upgrade the multiplex. In November 2010, the renovation had been completed and multiplex was renamed GV Yishun, which was Golden Village first "green" cinema complex.
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- "About GV". Golden Village Multiplex. Archived from the original on 3 October 2013. Retrieved 3 October 2013.
- "Golden Village Yishun Awarded Green Mark Gold Award" (PDF). Golden Village Multiplex. Retrieved 3 October 2013.
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