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Redevelopment

East Rand Galleria has been transformed into East Point.

Revamp complete 2016

The revamp of East Point Shopping Centre (previously East Rand Galleria Shopping Centre) is complete.

It was announced back in August of 2014 that the East Rand Galleria will receive a major R400-million reconfiguration and renovation from owners, JSE-listed SA Corporate Real Estate Fund. The refurbishment also marked the centre adopting a new name, East Point Shopping Centre, to better reflect its refreshed, aspirational market positioning. Over the last couple of years, the shopping centre has undergone a radical change that includes doubling its retail variety to around 120 stores, a fresh new family-oriented food court, and improve parking and access.

Shoppers are also offered the quality and value they expect with a substantially upgraded Pick ’n Pay Hypermarket at its heart, situated at Entrance One. There are also now two entrances for Game, one located in North Rand Road and the other is accessible while walking thorough the centre itself. Entrance Two is the home of the food court, which features Brooklyn Brothers (a modern American diner), Hello Tomato (freshly made-to-order pasta and modern Italian thin crust pizza), John Dory’s (family seafood and grill restaurant), Simply Asia (authentic Thai food) and then well-known Italian cuisine restaurant, Mimmos. Take note, the Parrots establishment, which has been part of the centre for many years, is also part of the food court.

As we look forward to bringing our shoppers an enhanced shopping experience, we invite all those on the East Rand to come and view our beautiful shopping centre which now offers a variety of great brands and at the same time fabulous food,” said Zandre van den Berg, Marketing Manager

“We look forward to bringing our shoppers an enhanced customer experience this festive season and would like to wish our shoppers, tenants and stakeholders a Merry Christmas and may 2017 be a prosperous and rewarding year for everyone!” Natasha Koning, Centre Manager