DEVELOPMENT: Multi Million Plan For V&A
Recent Western Cape Business News
Cape Town’s premier retail, leisure and commercial destination, the V&A Waterfront, is about to embark on a R35-million rejuvenation drive that will see an extensive upgrade to the food court area in its flagship shopping centre, Victoria Wharf.
“The V&A Waterfront’s growing popularity as a preferred family leisure destination underscores the need for the massive overhaul that has been planned for the Victoria Wharf Food Court for some time,” says Alex Kabalin, newly appointed retail executive at the V&A Waterfront.
Central to this development is the structural and interior reconfiguration of the existing convenience food section on the lower level of the Victoria Wharf. This will be achieved by optimising the unique positioning of its quality fast food offering, and accommodating a 40% increase in the number of fast food outlets.
“This project will ultimately ensure full integration of the Victoria Wharf’s dining offering with the overall retail and leisure experience,” Kabalin says.
“The existing food court does not fully capitalise on its unique setting. This refurbishment will now ensure optimal use of space by creating a free flow natural indoor/outdoor communal dining area around a vibrant communal location and the children’s play area. And diners will have spectacular views across the central entertainment hub, working harbour and Table Mountain,” he says.
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