76,000sqm Cradlestone Mall to open for trade in Mogale City

The super-regional 76,000sqm Cradlestone Mall is set to open its doors in Mogale City on 20 November 2013, with more than 200 stores offering unparalleled choice to shoppers, both local and from further afield.

Artist rendering of Cradlestone Mall, west of Johannesburg

Artist rendering of Cradlestone Mall, west of Johannesburg

Developed by Sasol Pension Fund, Pivotal Property Fund and Retail Africa, the mall is located at the intersection of the N14/R28 highways and busy Hendrik Potgieter Road, west of Johannesburg.

Signed-up anchor tenants include Woolworths, Pick n Pay, Checkers, Game, Dion Wired and the Edcon Group.

“Major retailers were quick to seize the opportunity,” says Andries Schaap, General Manager Investment from Sasol Pension Fund.

“The mall is positioned to attract middle- to high-income shoppers from neighbouring Krugersdorp, Roodepoort and Randpark Ridge – but also from North-West Province and even cross-border shoppers from Botswana.”

In addition to national retailers, Cradlestone Mall offers specialty retailers like MBW Art West Rand and Apadana Rugs; and a diverse restaurant and fast food component, including Menchies, The Raj Express and Doppio Zero.

A Food Lover’s Market and Dischem are scheduled to open in early 2014.

Access and parking have been priorities for the developers, with a focus on ‘pop-in’ shopping for food and services, as well as longer shopping trips.

“With easy commute times from the north and north-west suburbs, Cradlestone Mall has been designed to offer a range of shopping options for our consumers,” he adds.

To ensure maximum accessibility, the developers invested R60 million widening Hendrik Potgieter leading to the intersection, as well as upgrading the interchange at the corner of Hendrik Potgieter and the R28.

“Cradlestone Mall not only enjoys exceptional visibility from these major roads and highways, but we have also worked hard to ensure the mall is easily accessible to shoppers,” says Schaap.

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