Kenya’s leading retailer by branch network, Nakumatt, will set up shop at Fusion Capital’s Greenwood City mall in Meru County.
The mall is expected to be completed by August next year.
Fusion real estate director Daniel Kamau said 45 per cent of the mall space has already been booked with Nakumatt Holdings as the anchor tenant, Mimosa Pharmacy, Optica and Lynn Marie (beauty products maker) as sub anchors.
The mall will have a supermarket and four stories of 150 shops. Other retailers are already preparing to move into the mall.
“There are on-going negotiations with key retailers such as Java House and Deacons Kenya who are looking into moving in,” Mr Kamau said.