A new wave of great brands to open at Ballito Junction

Posted On Wednesday, 17 July 2019 12:53 Published by
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Ballito Junction Regional Mall is boosting its uniquely vibrant mix of shopping, restaurants and leisure with a fantastic array of new retail brands.

 -GERALDINE-JORGENSEN-

CEO of Ballito Junction Regional Mall, Geraldine Jorgensen, says: “We are thrilled to add a great new selection of top names to the mall that are now lining up for space based on Ballito Junction’s two-year track record of successful trading. This is supported by the ongoing growth of the wonderful Ballito community, with the vibrant area continuing to attract meaningful residential development.”

Importantly, two years since opening in March 2017, the mall is closer to its shoppers than ever before, has a better understanding of what they want, and is giving it to them. Its new shops range from big brands to the local loves that make Ballito Junction a matchless experience, and one that only Ballito can offer.

Brand new at the centre, opening in July and August, are shops from Puma, Laser Boutique, Hearing Lab, and Smock & Stitch. Added to this, Exclusive Books is moving opposite Poetry, near to Woolworths - a more convenient location for its customers. Cielo will open its furniture, décor and homeware offering after Exclusive Books relocates.

Lindt will unwrap its tempting brand store at the centre on 1 October 2019. In a long-awaited regional highlight for health-conscious shoppers in the province, the first Wellness Warehouse in KwaZulu-Natal will be unveiled at Ballito Junction in mid-October 2019. Nespresso is also brewing up its unique blend of brand-and-experience for Ballito customers and is likely to open at the centre in the near future.

Also, five new offerings have opened at the centre in recent weeks, including fashion outlet Relabelled, Le Coq Sportif, Ou Hout Meubels, a Sunglass Hut kiosk and the local flavours of Harry’s Delights.

The new brands are all in line with everything that the Ballito community values most; family, the balance of a good, healthy lifestyle and great value. They also reflect the latest fashion trends, with athleisure leading the pack, as well as a few irresistible indulgences.

Jorgensen notes, “Ballito Junction was built around our customers, and we continue to keep them at the heart of everything we offer, which creates a compelling proposition for good retailers. Through the combination of our new and established brands, our customers have access to a much broader range and bigger selection.”

Ballito Junction offers 80,000sqm of world-class shopping in Ballito on the KwaZulu-Natal Dolphin Coast. Combining convenience and indulgence, it features a sensational line-up of 200 carefully selected stores with seven anchor tenants including Pick n Pay, Woolworths, Checkers, Edgars, Game, Clicks and Dis-Chem. It is owned by the investment consortium of Menlyn Maine Investment Holdings and Flanagan & Gerard Property Development & Investment.

Last modified on Wednesday, 17 July 2019 13:05

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