Largest mall in Africa estimated at R5-billion, ‘Mall of Africa’ will be opening its doors to public on 28 April 2016.
At 130,000sqm, Mall of Africa will feature over 300 retailers, restaurants, entertainment and cinema complex. The mall will be a home to heavyweight international fashion retailers such as Cotton On, H&M, Forever Hamleys, Forever New, River Island, Mango, Tommy Hilfiger and Versace. Other retailers include Stuttafords, Woolworths and Edgars.
And is situated in Midrand’s Waterfall City, halfway between Johannesburg and Pretoria. It is located adjacent to the Allandale Road exit of the N1 Highway, the first free-flow intersection of its size in Africa.
The mall has around 6,500 parking bays, most of which are under cover. It also offers valet parking, special drop-off facilities for buses and dedicated Uber pick-up and drop-off points – a first in the South African retail environment. It is also minutes away from the Gautrain Midrand Station.
Attacq Limited holds the commercial development rights to Waterfall and owns 80% of the Mall. Atterbury Property Developments owns 20% and is responsible for the development project, on behalf of Attacq.
SOURCE: African Property News