How many malls are in Ghana?

Ghana currently has 8 malls. One of the retail centres is located at Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. The rest are located in the Greater Accra Region. In 2008, Ghana’s first large-scale mall was commissioned and opened for business.

What is the largest mall in Ghana?

Kumasi City Mall

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Location Kumasi, Ghana
Address Ashanti New Town Road
Opening date May 10, 2017
Total retail floor area 18,000 m2 (190,000 sq ft)

Does Ghana have malls?

The Accra Mall is a shopping center in Accra, Ghana. The mall was commissioned on the 4th of July 2008. It is located on the Spintex road adjacent the Tema Motorway. The Accra Mall is the first large-scale shopping centre in Ghana, and also one of the most modern shopping malls in West Africa.

What is the biggest mall in Africa?

Mall of Africa is a shopping mall located in Waterfall City, Midrand, Gauteng. It is the largest single-phase shopping mall to be built in Africa, but smaller than Gateway, Sandton, Menlyn and Fourways Mall. The total retail area is 131 000 square metres, and a gross area of 550 000 square metres.

How much does it cost to build a shopping mall in Ghana?

The first mall in Ghana was built by Actis (London). The project cost $36 million. The mall which is the biggest in the Tema area was built by RMDWestPort (South Africa). It cost $33.7 million to put it up.

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Who are the owners of malls?

Not surprisingly, company acquisitions and portfolio shifts continue to affect Shopping Center World’s annual ranking of the Top 50 Owners of Shopping Centers.

  • Simon Property Group 115 W. …
  • General Growth Properties 110 N. …
  • Westfield Holdings Ltd. …
  • Kimco Realty Corp. …
  • The Richard E. …
  • Developers Diversified Realty Corp.

Is Fourways Mall bigger than Mall of Africa?

At 178,000m², from 85,000m², the Fourways Mall is now larger than Pretoria’s Menlyn Park at 169,000m², Sandton City, the 131,000m² Mall of Africa in Waterfall and the 166,636m² Gateway Theatre of Shopping in Durban.

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