LIBERTY MIDLANDS MALL ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH OF ITS THIRD PHASE EXPANSION

 

The Phase 3 development almost completed

Liberty Midlands Mall recently hosted a pre-launch of their Phase 3 development which included a site visit of the area for both media and those involved in the development, on March 1st!

After years of planning and hard work from the project team, the construction of Liberty Midlands Mall’s Phase 3 development commenced in November 2016 and is to be completed and ready for trade on 15 March 2018.

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

The expansion brings the tenant count to over 200 stores, and has provided the space for brands that could not previously be accommodated. These include Volpes, Coricraft, Pick ‘n Pay Clothing, Tekkie Town, The Hub, Just Plastics and Rochester, amongst 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.

Firsts to the Pietermaritzburg market:

Mozambik, Toy Kingdom & Build A Bear, Volpes & @Home Livingspace.

Other confirmed tenants:

Coricraft, RocoMamas, Tekkie Town, Pizza Hut, Pick ‘n Pay Clothing, Cell Plus, Crazy Store, Mattress King, Checkers, Checkers Liquor, Rochester, The Hub, Gadget Paradise, Leather Gallery, Midlands Laser Clinic, Woolworths (extension), Just Plastics, Bargain Books, Absolute Pets and Arthur Ford.

ABOUT LIBERTY MIDLANDS MALL

Liberty Midlands Mall, located in Pietermaritzburg is the jewel of the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. With passion and inspiration drawn from the Zulu Kingdom, the mall is draped in African culture and pride.  Measuring an impressive 56, 000m2 it is the largest and most popular retail destination across the Pietermaritzburg area. Home to 168 local and global retail stores Liberty Midlands Mall offers a unique retail experience by fusing indigenous inspiration with international style through its assorted mix of fashion, food and leisure, attracting millions of shoppers each year.

Liberty Midlands Mall is currently adding the highly anticipated Phase 3 development. The scheme will include a significant expansion of the Woolworths store, a new Checkers store, and an al fresco dining area. Set to launch in March 2018, the expansion will further strengthen Liberty Midlands Mall’s position in Pietermaritzburg and the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, further increasing the mall’s appeal to locals and visitors alike. On completion of Phase 3, the size of the centre will increase to an impressive 78,000m2.

Liberty Midlands Mall is owned by Liberty Two Degrees and Liberty Group Limited, and managed by JHI Retail, part of Cushman & Wakefield Excellerate, one of Africa’s leading trusted provider of fully integrated, self-delivered property related solutions and services companies.

For more information please visit either www.midlandsmall.co.za, www.liberty2degrees.co.za, or www.cwexcellerate.com

Seen at the pre-launch were:

Gerald Schulz (Architect from Impendulo Design Architects) Muhammad Varachia (General Manager of Liberty Midlands Mall), Peter Lowe (Project Manager from Origin Project Management) & Vusi Hamese (Technical Manager of Liberty Midlands Mall).
Karen Unsted,Sasha Edel and Ursuhla Govender
Muhammad Varachia (General Manager) with Brian unsted (Assett Management Executive
Group image of Liberty Midlands Mall marketing, management and media that attended the site visit

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