The redevelopment project aims to restore the precinct as one of the premier lifestyle and dining destinations in Gauteng. “Nelson Mandela Square has been trading in its current format for almost 20 years and plays an important role within the broader Sandton complex,” said Alex Phakathi, Liberty Property Portfolio fund manager and fund manager at Stanlib Direct Property Investments.
Stanlib Direct Property Investments Franchise manages the Liberty property portfolio. Mr Phakathi said the square’s facelift would ensure its tenant mix and aesthetics were aligned to that of the recently refurbished and expanded Sandton City. The redevelopment would introduce new restaurants and clothing stores.
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