Seremban Prima officially open - KiniBiz


Seremban Prima, a six-storey lifestyle shopping mall formerly known as Seremban Parade, is now officially open to the public after undergoing a refurbishment exercise to create a new image for the mall. The mall has also been repositioned to a ‘family and entertainment’ shopping mall, according to a media statement by the mall owner Lion Seremban Parade Sdn Bhd.

The shopping mall, which is located along Jalan Dato Bandar Tunggal in Seremban city, was officially launched today by Haji Mohamad Bin Haji Hassan, the chief minister of Negeri Sembilan.

Commenting on the opening, Teh Kwee Hwa, director of Lion Seremban Parade Sdn Bhd, said: “The RM20 million asset enhancement works and upgrading have successfully transformed the 17-year old shopping mall into a new lifestyle hub with shopping, leisure activities, and alfresco dining – all under one roof.”

“The new look and stronger positioning as a family-oriented lifestyle shopping centre will take Seremban Prima to new heights of retail standards. It has been designed to be a place that meets the changing and growing needs of local shoppers and those coming from surrounding suburbs.”

With 357,000 square feet of retail space, the mall currently houses more than 50 popular retail brands, with Parkson as its anchor tenant occupying three levels and other fashion retailers such as Timberland, Sports Empire, Brands for Less and Bata. Other retailers include Mr DIY, DiGi, Music Galaxy, Ogawa, Gintell, Watso, Vision Care and others.

“We are determined to add more ‘wow’ factor to Seremban Prima. It has been revitalised to offer a variety of dining services, from wholesome hearty meals like Kenny Rogers Roasters, quick meals like Pizza Hut; to casual al-fresco dining like The Chicken Rice Shop”, said Teh.

“The mall is also home to a good mix of family and leisure activities including a bowling alley, kids’ amusement park, karaoke, and a seven-hall cinema in the pipeline,” he added.

The shopping mall is nearby different government offices, including the Municipal Council of Seremban, KWSP, Pos Malaysia, SOCSO, PERKESO and Tenaga Nasional Berhad, to provide greater convenience to shoppers.

“We are beyond excitement to welcome shoppers and tourists to Seremban Prima as it will be a new focal point for community to gather, a place where people can spend time with family and friends, shop, dine, play and be entertained,” he said.

To date, Seremban Prima has garnered a take up rate of 70% for its lettable retail spaces, and management expects occupancy rate to reach 80% by end of this year.
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