KUALA LUMPUR: MyTown Shopping Centre has unveiled plans to expand its offerings with the addition of new tenants besides enhancing the overall infrastructure in the months to come.
The two main anchors are Malaysian innovative bookstore chain BookXcess and living concept store SSF, which will occupy approximately 85,000 sq ft of retail space. In addition to these two prominent brands, there will also be a 20,000 sq ft store expansion for retailer Panda Eyes.
Leveraging its strong partnership network and maintaining a high occupancy rate, MyTown has been able to renew over 80% of its tenants. By utilising the 2020 first term expiries, MyTown has made key changes to its pool of tenants to further align consumer priorities and preferences to relevant offers of its core customer segment.
In line with its growth, the shopping centre is set to redevelop its ground floor and unveil a new food and beverages precinct. A new drop-off zone at the town park entrance allows hassle-free access to the shopping centre in addition to existing access areas from the basement, MRT and rooftop parking.
MyTown is also collaborating with delivery service providers GoGet and Beep to simplify shoppers’ delivery orders from offering personal shopper services, drive-through shopping to earning cashback for orders.
MyTown centre manager Azhan Che Mat said: “The future looks bright for MyTown KL as we anticipate a sustainable recovery seen from new businesses opening with us from 2020.
"Together with Ikea, well-known international fashion brands and strong family entertainment offerings, we are working daily to bring relevant offers to our loyal customers.”