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Town Square renovations nearing completion

Town Square renovations nearing completion

Renovations at Town Square Mall in Windhoek which commenced at the end of January, are expected to be complete by mid-May this year. Standard Bank is the main tenant of the office floor while the two lower levels are occupied by a range of retailers and food outlets.
Since renovations started, both tenants and shoppers have been inconvenienced by the dust and noise from lifting large sections of the tiling on the floors and the walls.
Property Manager of Town Square Mall, Broll Namibia said this week it embarked on this mission as part of its continuous efforts to improve the shopping experience for Namibians. Broll is part of the O&L Group and also the property manager for Wernhil.
Broll Namibia Marketing & Public Relations Manager, Sylvia Rusch: “Town Square is over ten years old and required a much needed facelift. Visitors to the mall can expect a new modern feel to the building after the renovations and will be able to enjoy an enhanced shopping experience.
“It is Broll Namibia’s focus to keep on improving its properties by continuously ensuring an improved service offering and overall shopping environment. Ultimately it is all about maximizing to the full potential of each of the properties under Broll Namibia’s management.”
Some of the changes that can be expected according to Rusch, are new tiles, new bulkheads and new lights – in addition to this there will be a new Standard Bank security foyer which is currently under construction on the upper level.
“Due to the fact that the Mall is trading while the renovations take place, an extent of inconvenience can be expected, but the landlord and contractor have all measures in place to minimize this inconvenience as well as ensuring a safe shopping environment at all times, Rusch concluded.

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