Two Rivers Mall, which is set to be the biggest shopping complex in Kenya on completion, has opened its doors to the public.
The property that is partly owned by NSE-listed investment company Centum will host more than 150 international and local brands that include Turkish clothing line LC Waikiki, Nike, Chandarana, fine Jewellery dealers that include Swarovski and Anmol, Nove Coffee Roaster and The Designers studio. French retail giant Carrefour is set to open its second and biggest store in Kenya at mall, where it will take up 10,000 square metres of space.
“Two Rivers Mall will show the world that Kenya is capable of delivering a world class experience. It creates employment opportunities and is designed to offer world-class shopping experience and hopefully stop people from going to foreign countries for shopping,” said Centum chairman Chris Kirubi in a statement.