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CORNUBIA MALL … the place to be

Cornubia Mall is revolutionising the way people experience shopping – especially when visiting large retail giants. Known for the lovely, open-air environment and shopping extravaganza on offer at the centre, Cornubia Mall is implementing plans that will see shopping perspectives transformed.

Since its opening three years ago, the mall boasts double-digit turnover growth every year and 98% tenant occupancy. As the centre becomes the shopping and leisure destination of choice for so many in the northern suburbs and North Coast of Durban, Cornubia Mall is implementing plans which intend to build on adding value to the shopper’s experience by launching its Ride-Walk-Stretch-Play campaign which focuses on Cornubia Mall’s most unique offerings.

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Cornubia Mall has already become the outdoor exercise destination for many. You need only visit the centre before the 9am trading time, or after the majority of the stores have closed, to see numbers of exuberant fitness fanatics embracing the wide open walkways – whether it be for a brisk walk or as the meeting place of a local running club. It is with this in mind that Cornubia Mall plans to encourage more customers to explore the mall through the upcoming Step Challenge, which will entice even the most novice participants to increase their step count by walking the full extent of the landscaped walkways. Do we hear all those New Year’s Resolutions?

Join the Social Ride on 12 December 2020 to explore the MTB trails which surround the mall, or sign up with one of the cycling clubs that start and finish their weekly rides at the mall. Zoot and Scoot , which is scheduled to become an annual event at Cornubia Mall, was specifically designed to cater to the centre’s youngest, and often most influential, supporters. Children up to the age of 6 have the opportunity to race
on their push and pedal bikes through the walkways of the mall, under strict safety and precautionary measures of course. This is going to be a fun one, so book early at: www.cornubiamall.co.za

Virgin Active and Cornubia Mall have partnered to offer complimentary spinning and yoga classes, available from the 7th of December, to be enjoyed in the morning sunshine and open air environment under their iconic fig free. The classes are all led by professionals that will get you into shape for summer.

If that’s not enough, new stores have been introduced in time for the Festive Season, which include a 6 000m² Value Co Hyper with the best deals in town; Frangeros, a firm favourite with the Durban palate, and DMF Fashion, every fashionista’s dream with many more coming soon. Capitalising on its open air, one-stop-shop offering, the mall provides the opportunity to park for free directly outside your store of choice, which is brilliant when lugging around strollers and children.

So far it looks like Cornubia Mall is the place to be…

Details: Cornubia Mall,
Mount Edgecombe,
031 001 0160, www.cornubiamall.co.za

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