Salta Sibaya is on its way to set the precedent for how South Africans will live in the future within a vibrant mixed-use community. Perched above Umdloti and forming part of the Sibaya Coastal Precinct, this new offering will have it all. Apart from the residential and commercial opportunities available, Salta Sibaya will also be home to a shopping centre, a first-of-its-kind for the area. The demand for a shopping centre in the area is so great that Salta Sibaya’s has already been fully tenanted while under construction.
A million things to do
As a multi-generational estate, residents will have safe access to this amenity, where they will be able to purchase groceries, get their hair and nails done as well as enjoy time with family and friends, merely shopping together or grabbing a meal. Sit down for a coffee brewed by our local barista or round the kids up for dinner at one of the many restaurants, which will only be a few minutes away from your Salta Sibaya home. Parents can enjoy a drink with their friends while the kids wander off to play in the designated kids zones.
What’s to come
The shopping centre will be home to Woolworths, Spar, Spar Tops, Dischem and many more local stores. This part of the estate will have its own security and exclusive entrance for residents. Aiming to change the landscape, this shopping centre will be a welcoming edition for many of the community in Sibaya and Umdloti.
A community impact
Holistically, Salta Sibaya is worth R1.5 billion and is currently under construction. Through this construction there will be 270 000 temporary construction jobs created and 30 000 permanent jobs created. This will create a positive impact and contribute to social and economic upliftment for the nearby communities.
With the construction of this shopping centre to be complete before any resident moves in, shows the dedication from the developer to deliver on what they have promised. With construction already underway, this centre will become a treasured coastal shopping destination for years to come.