The N90 billion shopping mall built by Anambra State Government, in collaboration with a private investor in Onitsha is to be commissioned Friday next week.
The construction of the project began 30 months ago, and by yesterday those who rented the shops were putting finishing touches and getting ready to start business after the commissioning. Obiano
The mall is one of the three inherited by the Willie Obiano administration from his predecessor, Mr. Peter Obi. The other two are located at Awka and Nnewi and would be completed before the end of this year, according to Governor Obiano’s Special Adviser on Economic Planning and Budget, Mr. Mark Okoye.
The Mall has a land size of 40,000 square metres, with gross built area of 18,000 square metres and gross letable area of 12,000 square metres.
It also has capacity to accommodate 450 cars. Beside the Mall are an international conference centre, a four-star hotel and a housing estate.