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Merino Mall construction taking shape despite heavy rainfall


18 January 2022

Barring any unforseen events, the developers aim for an October 2022 launch date for the mall.

Suzuki Ermelo (WEB) 22 September

Property developers Moolman Group and Abland, the developers of the Merino Mall, proudly announced the earth works for Merino Mall that commenced on 1 July 2021. The development will positively impact the local economy and stimulate further growth and development, as well as enhance and supporting the town’s current infrastructure. The developers makes use of the local workforce during the construction phases, and a large roster of prospective tenants have showed immense excitement and support in the project. Familiar favorites such as Checkers, Pick n Pay, Woolworths, Clicks, Crazy Plastics and Dis-Chem are already on board as anchor tenants.

Crazy Plastics and Dis-Chem are especially exciting new additions to Ermelo. The mall will also bring Cape Union Mart, Old Khaki, Cross Trainer, Queenspark, Primark and Refinery to the Ermelo community for the first time. Truworths, Identity, Mr Price, Jet, Ackermans, Foschini, Sportscene, Totalsports, Mr Price Sport, PEP, Exact, Markham, Miladys, Tekkie Town, Studio 88, The Fix, Sheet Street, Crazy Store, Mr Price Home, Pep Home, @home, and a host of others will join the Merino Mall family. Banks will include Nedbank, Capitec and FNB. Merino Mall is set to enhance the current retail offering in Ermelo, and will bring convenience, value and pride to the town’s visitors, residents, and its surrounding communities.

The recent heavy rainfall has made progress a tad slower, but barring any unforseen events, the developers aim for an October 2022 launch date for the mall.

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