Havelock City Mall to open in August | Sunday Observer

Havelock City Mall to open in August

4 June, 2023
Key Retail Partners of Havelock City Mall together with the board of directors of Overseas Realty (Ceylon) PLC.

Nestled at the gateway of Havelock City, one of the largest and innovative integrated mixed-use projects in Sri Lanka, Havelock City Mall is due to open its doors in August.

The Mall has been developed by Overseas Realty (Ceylon) PLC the owner, manager, and developer of the iconic World Trade Centre.

Spanning over 200,000 square feet, Havelock City Mall is a retail paradise, housing six premier anchor tenants that include ODEL, Cargills Food Hall, Scope Cinema, Food Studio, Cool Planet, and Abans. There are 132 other outlets, offering a selection of fashion and accessories, entertainment options, food and beverages, convenient services, electronics, homeware and gifts and novelties.

Havelock City Mall will also unveil its entertainment line-up with a 1,000-seat, six-screen multiplex, along with a large format IMAX cinema.

For the young and young-at-heart, the Wet & Wild Adventure Zone promises thrills and spills, while the Jungle Zone beckons with its climbing wall and for those seeking aquatic adventures, the Ocean Zone offers an array of water play activities that are sure to make a splash.

The gaming arcade offers Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) games for the whole family.

Group CEO/Director of Overseas Realty (Ceylon) PLC, Pravir Samarasinghe said, “The past three years have been challenging, but we’ve overcome the challenges of the pandemic and the financial crisis. Today, we stand strong, brimming with optimism and confidence for the future. We are extremely excited as we believe our mall has unique features that make us special.

“With its superior development concept, perfect size, central location, and meticulously curated collection of international and local brands, it’s destined to become the ultimate modern lifestyle suburban mall, catering to the entire family– a happy place for our shoppers,” he said.