Big brands launch at Ballito Lifestyle Centre

The new high level roof covering and newly laid non-slip tiling.

Thursday, 24 August saw the culmination of months of planning and construction, as three new big box offerings opened their doors at the Ballito Lifestyle Centre.

Dis-Chem (1 700m2), Sportsman’s Warehouse (1 400m2) and ToyZone (850m2) launched as planned to the delight of local shoppers and centre management alike.

“These three big brands are closely aligned to our vision of providing everyday convenience and simplicity of shopping, and celebrating family and life the Ballito way,” said Lifestyle Centre co-owner, Bruce Rencken.

Also read: The new Ballito Lifestyle Centre is taking shape

ToyZone had shoppers queuing outside their doors to take advantage of their opening specials.

The newly opened Toy Zone.

Hair 4 U and Scarla May shared in the excitement with the launch of their larger, lovelier stores in new positions close to Dis-Chem and ToyZone.

The centre also reopened their covered parking and revealed the new high level roof covering and newly laid non-slip tiling.

The newly opened DisChem.

A staircase and two lifts will service this area of the centre.

Rencken confirmed that “The lifts will be operational in early September”.

As the centre starts to fulfil its promise of providing a differentiated offering for the discerning Ballito shopper, the focus of management will now turn to completing the remaining components.

The Eat Street area, which will offer fine dining in a family-friendly, street-scene environment, will soon be the home of Mythos, Lupa, Salsa, Catch and Mo’s Noodles, who will join the existing Beira Alta and Zaras, along with Imbizo Art, Cape Union Mart and Trappers, all of which have remained trading during the disruption.

The Market promises artisanal, fresh food from a variety of local vendors, including Homegrown Organic Produce, Yoli’s Bakery, Taylor’s Meats, Robson’s Brewery, The Juice Kitchen, Scoop Ice Cream, Science of Coffee, The Bavarian Butchery and Delicatessen, We Are Food, Cumin & Coriander, and Olive-A-Twist, amongst others.

Baby City is also set to join the ranks by the end of October 2017.

“We want Lifestyle Centre to be the local, authentic and convenient shopping experience, focused on food, family and well-being,” said Rencken.

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The North Coast Courier

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