Springs Mall is a modern 48,833m² dominant regional shopping mall, which provides an aspirational shopping environment and a comprehensive tenant mix. Systemic trends like urbanization, demographic shifts and retail consolidation continue to drive the demand for regional shopping centres in Gauteng, which has seen Springs Mall play an exclusive role for its customers. Destined to become a landmark mall in the region, Springs Mall has enhanced the local economy by decreasing retail leakage and capturing regional retail expenditure.
Located on the eastern fringe of Gauteng, Springs forms part of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. Springs Mall benefits from an excellent location at the intersection of the N17 highway and R51/Wit Road and is clearly visible from the surrounding regional and national roads.
Springs Mall acts as an interceptor for retail traffic travelling west along the N17 as well as capturing the Springs municipal area spreading south to include Kwa-Thema, Tsakane, Suncourt, Sharon Park, Selcourt and Daggafontein. The secondary catchment area borders on the N12 freeway to the North and follows the N17 east toward Secunda. The eastern trade area captures the small towns of Delmas, Devon, Leandra and Ogies. Residents of the secondary catchment area also enjoy easy macro access to the site via the N17 freeway. Springs is one of the most industrial centres of the Witwatersrand and is the Eastern Gateway of Gauteng towards Mpumalanga and Northern Kwazulu Natal. Springs has evolved from a mining-based economy to one of manufacturing and engineering industries. Products of the region include processed metals, chemicals, paper and foodstuffs. Large employers include the Kellogg’s factory, Impala Platinum’s precious and base metal refinery and Zincor, the only zinc producer in Africa.
Within the primary trade area, the Springs customer is typically middle to upper income, with low debt and high disposable income. Springs enjoys an unemployment rate of less than half of the national average (11%) with 85% of the work force being employed in the formal sector. Springs also has a significant amount of high income households, in most cases affluent entrepreneurs.
Springs Mall scores highly on all the fundamental factors that define a strong location for a regional mall.
Springs Mall opened its doors on 16 March 2017.
P.O. Box 350, Rivonia,
2128, South Africa
Morningside Shopping Centre,
Corner Rivonia & Outspan Roads,
010 590 4867