The shopping hub, which is reported to have cost Sh800 million, was initially supposed to open in August.
According to Mugaa Investment Developers chairman Peter Burugu the delay is due to the prolonged campaigning period which has hindered the shipment of construction materials.
However, construction is back on track and the developer is confident that the mall will be open to shoppers by the Christmas holiday.
The mall’s main tenant will be Botswana retailer Choppies while other tenants include Java, Nairobi Hospital, Ashleys, Vivo, and Commercial Bank of Africa.
The top floors will be reserved for offices while the first three floors will be reserved for shops.
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