Watercrest Mall opening 23 April ADVERTORIAL

2015-04-30 14:27
The new Watercrest Mall.
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The new Watercrest Mall. Photo: supplied

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IN preparation for the dreams and aspirations of tomorrow, a new life is rising out of the earth that is going to bring you all that is good from the city, right here in the country. The community is ready to welcome a new neighbour and a new shopping destination. Watercrest Mall is refined and glamourous without forgetting its sense of community and village life. Watercrest Mall - live country, shop city.

The anticipated opening of the new Watercrest Mall will take place at 9am on the 23 April and residents of the Upper Highway area are gearing up for a complete shift in their retail shopping experience. The 45,000sqm complex has been welcomed with open arms as it will cater for much of the community’s retail needs.

Anchored by SuperSpar, Checkers, Dischem, Woolworths, Game and Edgars, the centre’s well-planned tenant mix features most of the big national players, some unique line store offerings, the addition of a food court and the opening of Ster Kinekor movie theatres mid June. The centre has been fully let by RVN Properties with around 120 stores on offer. Other representations in the new centre include electronics stores, mass discounters, fashion and homeware.

Demacon and Fernridge market research companies have supported the development of a regional shopping centre in Waterfall. Watercrest Mall is specifically positioned in the Upper Highway area, to cater for the Hillcrest, Waterfall, Molweni, Inanda, upper Kloof, Linkhills, Bothas Hill and Assegay areas.

Over 200kms of rebar, enough concrete to recreate the runway at O.R. Tambo, bricks that could build a 5m high wall around Robin Island and over half a million tons of structural steel, which is the take-off weight of an A380 airbus. Those are some of the physical cornerstones that make up this gentle giant that is Watercrest Mall . But with this might comes a desire to be true to the leafy lanes, rolling valleys and the flair and sophistication that comes with country living.

This R700 million development is the brainchild of local family property business The Rowles Group and JSE listed property fund Acucap. Watercrest Mall is earmarked to be a serious player in Durban’s retail sector. For more information follow the Watercrest Mall Facebook page. - Supplied

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