Broll Ghana says it has secured the management of two new retail facilities namely; the West Hills Mall and Junction Shopping Mall, bringing its property management portfolio to over US$500 million, thus cementing its leadership in the provision of property-related services in the country.
West Hills Mall (WHM) is the largest single-phase modern shopping centre in Ghana, a facility which has attracted top retail tenants such as Shoprite, The Palace, Edgars, Jet, Truworths, Identity, Foschini and Woolworths. WHM is owned by Delico Investment Properties Ghana Limited and Social Security and National Insurance Trust of Ghana (SSNIT).
The Junction Shopping Mall, developed by RMB/Westport from South Africa, is a neighbourhood mall located near the Maritime Academy, Nungua Barrier, servicing the over 400,000 inhabitants in the primary catchment area.
Some of the key tenants are; Shoprite, Jets, Mr. Price, Nike, Swatch, Lord of the Wings, Levi and TM Lewin.
Mr Kofi Ampong, Broll Ghana’s Chief Executive Officer, said the company's engagement to manage the two retail facilities is a strong vote of confidence in its retail management experience. "This engagement solidifies Broll Ghana's leadership position and ties in with our expansion plans."
The company is presently providing retail-broking services for the 15,000sqm Achimota Mall and the 27,000sqm Kumasi Mall being developed by Atterbury and Delico Investment respectively.
In a meeting with Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of financial institutions and retail development in Ghana, Mr Ampong noted: "Our direct involvement in retail broking services and retail management has brought to the fore enormous opportunities that majority of financial institutions are not taking advantage of and which we would like to recommend to them."
Broll Ghana’s clientele spreads across the country and includes but is not limited to – Atterbury/Sanlam (Accra Mall), Delico Investment (West Hills Mall), RMB Westport (The Junction), Social Security and National Insurance Trust, SIC Insurance Company, Ghana Shippers Authority and A& C Development.
Others are Hollywood Developers, Primrose Homeowners Association, Hawkrad Construction, Polocourt Homeowners Association, Amerigan Resources, Ghana Heights, Ecobank and Check Point.
The company directly employs more than 96 people and indirectly employs several hundreds through the various service providers. It has over the years embarked on several social intervention programmes.
Broll Ghana also offers the full spectrum of property-related services including commercial broking, valuations/advisory, retail broking and consulting, corporate real estate services, facilities management, property management, shopping centre management, residential estate management and market research.