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Waterfall City, Midrand

Mall of Africa

Mall of Africa is South Africa’s largest shopping mall ever built in a single phase, and in just three short years has quickly become a leading lifestyle, entertainment and shopping destination.

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Details

Property Type:  Retail
Size:  131 038 m²

Location And Access

The mall is centrally located between Johannesburg and Pretoria and is easily accessible from the N1 using the Allandale interchange.

Building Area

A GLA of over 131 038 m² makes it the largest single-phase mall developed in South Africa to date.

Description

The Mall of Africa opened its doors to the public on 28 April 2016 and is South Africa’s biggest single-phase mall development and the largest project and anchor development in Waterfall City.

Mall of Africa is South Africa’s largest shopping mall ever built in a single phase, and in just three short years, has quickly become a leading lifestyle, entertainment and shopping destination. With over 130 000 m2 of retail space, it is home to over 300 shops, many of which are flagship stores, and recently welcomed the biggest Yuppie Chef store in Johannesburg to its premises.

Voted the ‘Coolest Mall’ by Sunday Times Generation Next and HDI for two consecutive years, Mall of Africa has also positioned itself as a patron of the arts. In addition to its partnerships with organisations such as the Julie Miller Investment Art Institute and the National Antiques & Decorative Arts Faire (NAADA), the mall is also home to the historic landmark 5.5m sculpture, “There is no time like the present”, designed by local artist, Rina Stutzer.

Sustainable practice is a key priority for Mall of Africa, and its record-breaking rooftop Solar PV system unveiled last year is still, to date, the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere, and also the world’s largest integrated rooftop PV/Diesel hybrid solution anywhere.

The mall’s architectural appearance is inspired by Africa’s geological features and iconic landscapes. The Oleum Court depicting the oil-rich West Africa; the Great Lakes Court depicting East Africa; the Crystal Court depicting the mineral wealth of Southern Africa and the Sand Court representing the desert dunes of North Africa.

Property features

304 retailers, including Edgars, iStore, H&M, Starbucks, Woolworths and Zara Home.

± 6 500 parking bays.

Photovoltaic (PV) panels installed on the roof will supply a significant amount of the power supply required.

The mall offers natural lighting via skylights and a large Ethylene Tetra Flouro Ethylene (ETFE) roof.

Grey-water harvesting provides for bathroom facilities and irrigation.

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Leasing enquiries


Johann Fourie
e. 
johann@mallofafrica.co.za

t. 010 596 1470

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