Morningside Shopping Centre achieves solid growth in tough market

Posted On Wednesday, 21 August 2013 06:21 Published by Commercial Property News
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Sandton’s Morningside Shopping Centre is achieving solid growth, in spite of economic pressures that have consumers keeping a closer eye on spending. 

Morningside Shopping Centre

In May and June 2013, the upmarket shopping centre saw a year-on-year growth of 13% and 11% respectively.

Morningside Shopping Centre manager, Nelia Teixeira-Scott, reports that restaurants, health and beauty and fashion have all seen very favourable growth. On the back of this success, more retailers are taking the lead from the mall's consumers and opening outlets in the centre.

July saw the exciting addition of several new unique stores including Café Coton, CLOTH&LABEL, Bensimon as well as Toys R Us.

"Each addition to the centre is hand-picked to meet the needs of our exceptional shoppers. Each store heightens our overall retail mix, enhancing the complete Morningside Shopping Centre experience" says Teixeira-Scott.

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