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Work begins on replacement of Accra Mall ceiling

The Centre Management of Ghana’s first large-scale mall, Accra Mall, has announced the commencement of work to replace the entire ceiling at the mall. The project, which has been approved by the Board of Accra Mall Limited will start on Friday, September 6, 2019 and be completed by March 2020.

The objective behind the replacement of the ceiling is to improve the aesthetic of the mall, create value and elevate the design quality and lighting of the mall’s interior. The replacement of the ceiling is the first phase of a number of upgrades and refurbishments planned for the mall.

The Portfolio Asset Manager, Jonathan Lotter clarified the working arrangement;
“All works will take place after trading hours. The mall will be fully accessible and operational during trading hours. Scaffolding will be erected for the purposes of construction and to ensure the safety of shoppers during trading periods. It is business as usual at Accra Mall and we encourage our customers to continue patronizing the centre. All scaffolding will be removed at the end of November to ensure that the mall is completely free of any obstacles or inconvenience over the festive period”.

The mall in recent years has seen an increase in media attention and social media engagement from fans and followers as a result of exciting marketing initiatives incorporating the larger Accra community. Events such as the Accra Mall Fashion Weekend and most recently the Future Fashion Fund not only highlights the retail available at the mall but also strives to inspire you and up and coming Fashion designers and enthusiasts.

Keep an eye on the Accra Mall social media pages for further news and updates along with announcements on new store openings such as Skechers, Eddy’s Pizza and Ennzo, who specialise in men’s fashion.

Accra Mall would like to thank all its loyal shoppers for their continued patronage.

 

Source: Thepressradio.com

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