Mall to launch third phase

2018-03-07 06:01
The Liberty Midlands Mall will launch its third phase on March 15.PHOTO: supplied

The Liberty Midlands Mall will launch its third phase on March 15.PHOTO: supplied

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ALL will be revealed as phase 3 of the Liberty Midlands Mall opens its doors to the public on March 15.

After years of planning and hard work from the project team, the construction of the new phase development commenced in November 2016, and will be completed and ready for trade in March.

Liberty Midlands Mall is co-owned by Liberty Group Limited and Liberty Two Degrees. Since opening its doors in 2003, the mall has established itself as the retail destination of choice in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands.

Over the years, it has grown to cater for the retail needs of its customers and measured a remarkable 56 000 m² among its first two phases. Based on the success experienced, and further demand for space within the mall, from both local and international retailers, the launch of the much-anticipated phase 3 expansion has come.

Phase 3 presented an opportunity to enhance the tenant mix, catering for the broader needs of Liberty Midlands Mall customers.

The expansion will introduce retail and leisure space of almost 22 000 m², increasing the size of the mall to an impressive 78 000 m², with parking space that will accommodate over 3 000 vehicles, and will ultimately welcome several “firsts to the PMB market”.

Anchored by tenants such as Pick n Pay, Game, Woolworths, Dischem and Edgars, Liberty Midlands Mall answered the call for retail convenience, and is home to over 160 stores with an average foot count of approximately 650 000 loyal shoppers per month.

“The expansion brings the tenant count to over 200 stores, and has provided the space for brands we could not accommodate previously. We have welcomed Volpes, Coricraft, Pick n Pay Clothing, Tekkie Town, The Hub, Just Plastics and Rochester to the mix, among others. RocoMamas and Mozambik will be two of the five restaurants in phase 3’s indoor-outdoor, alfresco style dining offering. Phase 3 will be anchored by Checkers,” said Liberty Two Degrees asset management executive Brian Unsted.

— Supplied.

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