Retail & hospitality
Riverfields will cater to the hospitality, lifestyle, leisure and shopping needs of locals and visitors to the area.
Harvest Square is Riverfields’ flagship mixed-use development and will incorporate a neighbourhood shopping centre with office and residential facilities. A central public square will be a key feature of this centre designed by one of SA’s leading architectural firms – GAPP Urban Designers & Architects.
The initial development phase will offer between 6 500 and 8 500m² available space.
Plans are also in advanced stages for the development of a regional shopping centre. The proposed centre will be established on the south-western intersection of Albertina Sisulu and the R23.
These developments are aimed at meeting current and projected future retail trade growth in the area:
- Current market size: 666 712
- Since 1996 retail trade growth in the Kempton Park area has averaged double that of the metro area
In addition, market opportunities exist for short-stay accommodation aimed at the four star business market, conference facility and restaurants.
- Access to untapped & underserviced markets
- Growing resident & work force community
- Development opportunities across retail sector
- Strong business tourism opportunity for 150 – 200 room four star hotel with conferencing facilities
- Full integration with urban system
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