Mall of Africa set to be 'catalyst for regional growth' for Attacq

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Cape Town - Real estate capital growth fund Attacq [JSE:ATT] sees a bright future for the super-regional Mall of Africa in Waterfall City, in which it owns an 80% stake.

“Waterfall remains the jewel in the Attacq crown as a catalyst for regional growth," said Attacq chief executive officer Morné Wilken at the company's results presentation on Tuesday.

“Based on studies by Urban Studies, the projected growth in office space is expected to be almost 30% per annum until 2020. The opening of the 26-storey PwC Tower will accelerate this growth even further.”

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