Owners Attacq (80%) and Atterbury (20%) are excited about the development of the astounding 131 000m² Mall of Africa, Africa’s largest single-phase shopping mall development to date with an estimated completion value of more than R4.5billion.
The new super-regional Mall of Africa is the heart of the ambitious Waterfall – a city developed on a scale beyond anything South Africa has known.
Earthworks for Mall of Africa began in October 2012. When it opened in April 2016, Mall of Africa became the iconic heart of the innovative Waterfall precinct, superbly situated between Johannesburg and Pretoria. The Mall of Africa is a visual, social and economic anchor within Waterfall.
Over 300 shops, with seven anchor tenants and a carefully considered retail mix, creating a unique retail experience. It provides a well-balanced variety of local and international brands, services, speciality shopping, entertainment and eateries. Flagship stores for all major South African retailers is part of its attraction.
Two levels of exceptional shopping is matched by a two-level basement parkade.
Mall of Africa combines the latest international trends and environmentally sustainable materials and technologies. Its design is informed by the New Urbanism principles of walkable, mixed-use environments to create a truly cutting-edge shopping centre.
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Mall of Africa weekend bus service
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With just 40 weeks to go until the opening of the Mall of Africa, here are some incredible stats.
Total number of staff and labour
Number of bricks laid
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Number of piles in the ground
Number of columns built
Kilometres of tension cable laid
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How many tons of steel used