Strong December retail trade was recorded by the Flanagan & Gerard Property Development & Investment portfolio of shopping centres, with its top performing mall growing turnover by 18%.

The premier shopping destination in the Vaal triangle since its opening nine years ago, Vaal Mall’s extensive R420 million expansion and revamp is nearing completion and already offers shoppers more exciting choices.

Giuricich Bros Construction – a leading South African independent and family owned construction firm – has increased its presence in the retail development sector by securing the lucrative building contracts for the new 45,000m² Springs Mall at Blue Crane Eco Park and the 15,000m² expansion of the well-established Vaal Mall.

The R420 million revamp and expansion of Vaal Mall, in Vanderbijlpark is well underway and will see it increase in size to 65,000sqm.

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 13:57

Vaal Mall expansion to enhance retail experience

Following seven successful years of being the premier shopping destination of Vanderbijlpark and the Vaal Triangle, Vaal Mall will undergo a substantial 20,000sqm expansion in 2014.

Wednesday, 30 March 2005 02:00

Sycom grows through development

LISTED property unit trust Sycom says its strategy of growing its property portfolio through property development as opposed to acquisitions is resulting in higher returns.

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