Springs Mall will open with a feast of leisure

World-class in every way, the R950 million Springs Mall , which opens on 16 March, will introduce the very latest in shopping as well as a generous and exciting leisure experience.

At Springs Mall, its leisure options will come to life with a sensational selection of restaurants, coffee shops and fast food outlets, in a magnificent food court setting.
Springs Mall is a joint venture between Blue Crane Eco Mall (Pty) Ltd, Flanagan & Gerard Property Development & Investment, JSE-listed retail focused REIT Vukile Property Fund and Murinda Investments, which is part of the Giuricich Bros Group.
The unmissable 48,000sqm Springs Mall already enjoys deep roots in its community. The idea for Springs Mall originated with the Springs-based D’Arrigo family, who envisioned developing a large mall for this Ekurhuleni city.
“Today, people’s perception of what a shopping mall should be has evolved with the hectic pace of modern lifestyles. They want to be able to get more from a visit to the mall, besides shopping,” says Paul Gerard of Flanagan & Gerard Property Development & Investment.
“As the only major mall in Springs, we felt it was important to give its customers a complete experience in a first-rate retail environment. The Springs Mall retail mix creates a place where people can shop, socialise, workout, eat and unwind, all under one iconic roof.”
The eagerly awaited new mall includes a distinct area dedicated entirely to entertainment and leisure.
The upper level of this area will feature Springs’ first and only major branded gym, Planet Fitness JustGym. The lower level belongs to the mall’s animated food court, which will serve up a mouth-watering choice of menus.
Springs Mall shoppers will be able to enjoy a splendid selection of seven restaurants, cafes and coffee shops, including Spur, John Dory’s, Ocean Basket, Cappuccinos, Wimpy, Mugg & Bean, and Café Alegretto.
For food-on-the-run, it will also offer a great line-up of popular quick service restaurants, including McDonald’s, Steers, Debonairs, Fishaways, Pizza Hut, Milky Lane, King Pie and Macau Sushi. Also, Platinum Fitness will open directly next to the gym and includes a smoothie bar.
Setting the scene for its socialising and dining attraction is the stunning Springs Mall’s food court, a vibrant space that is a stand-out highlight of the mall’s design.
Crowning the food court are three prominent triangular ceiling lights that create a beautiful glow of natural sunlight in the court during the day. They also form part of Springs Mall’s striking roofscape, which is infinitely visible when approaching the mall from the nearby highway.
The two mall entrances to this leisure area will be illuminated, creating a sense of vibrant energy as shoppers walk inside. At night, these entrances, and the lit-up ceiling lights, will become beacons of light that set the mood for entertainment, in fitting with the mall’s restaurants and gym, which can be found inside.
Of course, as well as its comprehensive leisure options, Springs Mall will introduce spectacular shopping when it opens on Thursday, 16 March 2017.
Its anchor retailers are Woolworths, Checkers, Pick n Pay and Edgars. They will be joined by a comprehensive line-up of exciting retail brands and concepts.
All in all, Springs Mall will offer nearly 170 shops, restaurants and services, as well as its gym, supported by ample, secure parking and easy access off the N17 highway and Wit and Jan Smuts Roads.

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