McCormick Property Development and KwaThomseni break ground at Mandeni Plaza

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JV partners McCormick Property Development and KwaThomseni CC break ground on site of proposed 12 257m2 Mandeni Plaza.

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Scheduled for opening in late September 2014, construction of Mandeni Plaza has begun. Promising over 12 000m2 of retail to the surrounding community, the project was first envisioned in 2006 and has now become a reality for partners McCormick Property Development and KwaThomseni.

Approximately 450 workers will receive gainful employment during the construction of the project with an additional 450 permanent positions created, once the project is complete, through tenant employment opportunities.

Mandeni Plaza will bring a new level of design and elegance to the area, with a modern layout that includes an external food court with top-line finishes to compliment a fantastic mix of national tenants. The mix of successful retailers already includes Shoprite, Capitec Bank, Roots, Mr Price, Sheet Street, Jet, Rage, KFC and Nizams - all accessed from two well-planned entrances off the P459 main road.

Mandeni Plaza promises to contribute to the upliftment of the CBD while assisting the local municipality's objective of creating investment and growth opportunities in the growth corridor between Durban and Richards Bay.

"Owing to the rapidly growing areas around Mandeni, this development will satisfy the needs of the local consumer by offering a development of a first world nature," explains Managing Director of McCormick Property Development, Jason McCormick. "We are confident that the project will contribute to the overall image of Mandeni and encourage the upgrading of existing facilities in neighbouring areas."

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