McCormick Property Development Celebrates the Opening of Katale Square

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McCormick Property Development celebrated the launch of its 66th development with the opening of Katale Square this week.

  JASON MCCORMICK

Located in Marapyane, Mpumalanga, the 8 727sqm Mall opened its doors to the community on 27 June and promises to bring more than just retail convenience to its shoppers who previously had to travel approximately 60 kilometres (45 minutes) for their monthly shop.

Anchor tenants include Shoprite, Shoprite Liquor, Roots and Cashbuild. The full gambit of banking, fashion and food has been accounted for with Absa (ATM), Nedbank (ATM), Standard Bank (ATM), SAPO, Rage, Ackermans, Pep and KFC all represented.

In line with MPD’s vision of developing shopping centres as places of entertainment, Katale Square is the first project in the portfolio to boast a children’s water park for young and old to enjoy. An arcade and proposed sports betting zone will add to the entertainment on offer.

MD of MPD, Jason McCormick, has commended the work of the property development team. “Katale Square embodies our vision of creating quality retail spaces that go beyond pure brick and mortar. Our mission is to actively create opportunities for communities to shop, socialise and engage with each other as we believe this is the future of retail.”

MPD has almost four decades of experience in property development and is a leader in the development of retail in under-serviced areas. Katale Square is the first of two centre’s set to open this year, with Mabopane Square (Mabopane, Gauteng) on schedule to open on 31 October.

Last modified on Saturday, 29 June 2019 10:58

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