Century Village starts a new buzz in the Century City neighbourhood
An exciting new shopping destination has been added to Century City, with Spar opening its first store in the node in Rabie Property Group’s new convenience shopping centre, Century Village.
With ultimate convenience in mind, Century Village was purposefully designed, and tenants were hand-picked to ensure that everyday shopping is as easy and accessible as possible. With 90 minutes free parking, customers have time to shop leisurely, indulge in a pamper session or enjoy a delicious meal.
Located on the Northern side of Century City, opposite Curro Century City Primary and High Schools, Century Village is ideally located to serve the residents and businesses in the area. Whether it’s on the school run, lunchtime or an evening destination, Spar is open from 7:00 to 21:00 daily.
Shoppers can do electronic banking at the Nedbank ATM and absa ATM, courier a package at Postnet, get a makeover at Modhair’N or Skin PHD and have their eyes tested at Neovision Optometrists. Century Village Fruit and Nuts and Lavender Blue Health Shop will look after your health and Urban Tails, a vetshop, after the needs of your furry friends. Stores opening in December include Oasis Water, Williams Dry Cleaning and Laundry, Oil Science and Top Stitch, a bespoke tailor.
Greens Café and Pizzeria offers comfortable spaces for leisurely dining, whether it’s breakfast, lunch or supper. “Greens is loving being part of the Century Village family.” says owner Mike van de Spuy, “We are seeing old friends and meeting new customers every day. The energy here is so positive! ”
Akiya Sushi serves delectable authentic Japanese sushi and various Chinese dishes on a takeaway basis.
“Being a community centre, Century Village is a destination integral to those who live, work and go to school in the vicinity.” says Colin Anderson, COO at Rabie Property Group. “We needed some colour in the pedestrian walkway and thought that engaging art students at Curro High School to paint a mural, would be an excellent opportunity to engage our community’s learners.”
During the October school break, a few talented art learners painted a colourful mural, depicting indigenous birdlife and flora. This mural will also form part of Century City’s Art Trial, a collection of over 20 artworks throughout the precinct.