West Port Industrial Opened In April 2016. This Industrial Warehouse Facility Is Located In The Vicinity Of Dunes Mall.
Tenants include retailers at Dunes Mall that require additional storage for their retail outlets as well as other businesses in the town of Walvis Bay. The property is strategically located with easy access to the port and airport of Walvis Bay and national roads leading up the West coast of Namibia and inland.
Urban Sprawl Has Its Benefits, But Safland Believes In The Preservation Of A City’s Historic Centre, Especially In The Case Of Windhoek, The Capital Of Namibia.
Acquiring Mutual Platz in July 2014 expressed support for the preservation of the city’s core to ensure it is not sacrificed as a result of urbanisation. They are proud to house some of Namibia’s Government Organisations currently occupying the majority of the space.
OTJIWARONGO TOWN SQUARE IS ONE OF SAFLAND’S FLAGSHIP SHOPPING CENTRES THAT SET THE RETAIL STANDARD IN THE REGION SINCE OPENING IN 2012.
It is perfectly positioned to serve the local- and farming communities – in fact, its excellent location allowed it to become an anchor in the expansive Otjozondjupa region. Thanks to its comprehensive shopping experience, Otjiwarongo Town Square consistently receives strong local support and demonstrates how a centre can become the heart of a town that attracts and retains interest from vast outlying areas. To enhance the customer experience at this central shopping destination, ample parking welcomes visitors. It is one of the principles Safland has applied to other developments as well
In October 2015 A Game Changer Entered The Scene, Piquing The Interest Of Residents In Towns As Far As 250 Km Removed From The Area.
Once it was launched, Rundu Mall defined – if not created – the central business district of Rundu, drawing an audience from larger surrounding areas; bringing people together with its offering. Phase one was completed in May 2015. Part of phase two involved upgrading and extending the old Rundu Shopping Centre before it reopened in October 2015, making it Safland’s six completed development in Namibia in the span of four years. The aim was to offer an assembly point for potential customers who rely on taxis and to attract customers from as far as Divundu with its comprehensive tenant mix.
The Steps Is A Current Local Development Opposite The World Class Grove Mall.
The property is located on the corner of Grove and Chasie Street in Windhoek’s Hilltop mixed-use Estate. Namibia’s second Virgin Active branch, Lady Pohamba Private Hospital (the first hospital in the south) as well as Namibia’s first Town Lodge (City Lodge Hotel Group) can be found here.
The re-development and extension of the Shoprite center in 2017 brought much excitement to the Cattle Country of Gobabis.
This one-stop-shopping experience is the first of its kind for Gobabis, and houses major national tenants as well local businessmen and women.
Along with the incomparable offering from the grove mall which is just a stone’s throw away, megabuild lifestyle centre contributes to a modern space where convenience is redefined.
The completion of this lifestyle shopping complex, anchored by Pick n Pay and Pupkewitz MegaBuild, was hot on the heels of The Grove. Pupkewitz Megabuild is one of the oldest and largest building and hardware supply operations with various branches throughout Namibia. Today this one-stop lifestyle destination is ideal for the whole family as here MegaBuild caters for DIY projects, home improvement and outdoor retail needs where previously MegaBuild mainly met commercial needs. Once parked, the proximity to the shopping complex is incredibly convenient.
A vision of splendour collided with an irresistible opportunity to create something extraordinary a first world shopping experience where before there was just a landscape lacking imagination.
The Grove – ‘The Mall of Namibia’ – introduced a level of convenience that did not previously exist when it opened its doors in October 2014. It inspired a sense of community, the kind that draws crowds and sells developments. In fact, it created a node now joined by MegaCentre, Virgin Active, The Steps, the Lady Pohamba Private Hospital and even Standard Bank’s Head Office.
WITH THE LAUNCH OF GWASHAMBA MALL, NAMED AFTER QUEEN GWASHAMBA, ONDANGWA REACHED AN AMAZING TIPPING POINT.
It became the town centre, drawing people in and spurring significant growth in terms of residential and business development. Gwashamba epitomises the impact of urbanisation. The centre was completed in May 2013, only 15 months after construction commenced. Today the centre offers a one-stop shopping experience by housing big brands. It has transformed the community as well as how locals shop in the north of Namibia