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Uplift of Cascavelle Shopping Village's foodcourt
15 February 2018
Uplift of Cascavelle Shopping Village's foodcourt

The Cascavelle Shopping Village's foodcourt is undergoing a major uplift to provide its customers with an added convenience among a completely redesigned space that will be able to accommodate 20 food outlets. As from December this year, customers will have access to a diverse mix of food possibilities, great amenities and an enjoyable and relaxing environment. The new foodcourt will incorporate a sufficient amount of vegetation and green spaces to create a fresh atmosphere for those who will stop by. A splash zone will add up to the new design and infrastructure for added experience of families who want to spend valuable time with their children.

 

The renovation works which have kicked off in February will last 9 months for a re-opening of the foodcourt in the festive season. Several new operators have already opted in to settle in the foodcourt.

 

"The refurbishment of Cascavelle's foodcourt will allow us to offer a wider choice of food outlets in a brand new design focusing on green spaces" explains Patrick Boullé, the Operations Manager of Medine Property.

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