On average half a million shoppers passed through the doors of the new Nicolway Bryanston Shopping Centre during the firsts few months of trade.
Nicolway Bryanston introduced conveniently stylish everyday shopping to consumers earlier this year in a premium grade retail centre featuring 90 distinctive retailers and restaurateurs, led by Woolworths, Checkers and Food Lovers Market. With excellent visibility and access from William Nicol Drive, the niche community shopping centre optimises its superb location.
“Shoppers have welcomed Nicolway Bryanston. Its instant popularity and swift adoption by consumers is extremely gratifying,” says Nicolway Bryanston Centre Manager Jandemie Olwage.
Olwage reveals the centre is showing excellent shopping peaks at lunchtime and after 6pm on weekdays. “This reflects its perfect placement to serve local residents and nearby office users. It is also a smart shopping stop for the many commuters who use this busy arterial,” notes Olwage.
Costa Terpizis, franchisee for Nicolway Bryanston Dis-Chem says the centre is proving popular with shoppers because of its strategic location, in the heart of a huge market, and its superior selection of retailers.
“Our experience of shoppers at Dis-Chem Nicolway Bryanston is that they are friendly, know what they want and thrive on good service,” says Terpizis. Dis-Chem provides its Nicolway Bryanston customers with almost 30,000 items and prides itself on giving personal service at the best possible prices and free deliveries.
Stolen Muse, which opened its flagship women’s luxury apparel store at Nicolway Bryanston puts the centre’s attraction to shoppers down to its freshness, great access and central location.
“Every day new shoppers are discovering what Nicolway Bryanston has to offer,” says Stolen Muse manager Batia Surat. With Stolen Muse, it is their personal stylist and international fashion brands Sylvian Heach, Banjo and Matilda, Cylk and Bijules.
Sweat 1000, Optimum Health and Delawood have all joined the Nicolway Bryanston tenant mix since the centre opened. Simone Jacobs of Sweat 1000, which stands for Specialised Weight Endurance and Aerobic training, says that this interval based training concept is experiencing positive trade that reflects the mall’s perfect position and its resonance with its community.
“Nicolway Bryanston provides convenient, quality shopping with a vibrant tenant mix. Customers are responding well to the exceptional setting and the fresh take on convenient shopping,” says Olwage.