Nairobi residents, Kenyans nationwide, and international visitors are currently converging at BBS Mall, East Africa’s largest, to seize discounts from various stores ahead of the upcoming Construction and Real Estate expo.
Given Eastleigh’s prominence as a thriving trade hub in Kenya, BBS Mall is providing both customers and traders a chance to benefit from budget-friendly deals and tap into unexplored markets.
Dalmar Abdi, the Chief Marketing and Communication Officer at BBS Mall, highlighted that the expo, scheduled from November 30 to December 2, will unite customers, corporations, and traders under one roof, allowing the latter to showcase their products and services.
“We are pleased to invite you to cover the upcoming Construction and Real Estate expo, regarded as the most inclusive and innovative premier expo in East and Central Africa,” Abdi stated, adding that the expo will start from 10 am to 2 pm.
“This grand expo brings together major Real Estate stakeholders under one roof who will unveil transformative projects that are set to redefine the landscape of real estate, connecting with thousands of potential customers,” Abdi stated in a press release sent to Kenyans.co.ke.
Abdi emphasized that the expo has significant potential to influence the future of the Real Estate industry, particularly following BBS Mall’s transformative impact on the trade sector.
Distinguishing itself as the only mall in Kenya with over 1,500 parking spaces, robust security, and uninterrupted 24-hour water and electricity supply supported by advanced backup generators, BBS Mall offers a comprehensive range of services. Customers can access diverse suppliers, including electronics, fashion, and household goods such as furniture and kitchen appliances.
BBS Mall has successfully brought together a diverse array of traders from Eastleigh, spanning SMEs to small-scale businesses, along with over 10 banks, more than 20 fast-food chains and global restaurants, hospitals, and cinema halls.
Plans are in progress to provide ground-floor shops for larger-scale traders, facilitating their accessibility for customers arriving from the parking lots. These shops can be reached through escalators, lifts, and staircases.
BBS Mall houses a variety of establishments, including Optica, Goodlife Pharmacy, Cleanfax Laundry and Cleaners, Beyond Fruits, Healthy U, and NCBA, a Nairobi Securities Exchange-listed lender, among others. Additional offerings include Artcafe, Carrefour, Absa Bank, SBM, National Bank, KCB, Diamond Trust Bank (DTB), Nairobi Women’s Hospital, Arkam Dinner & Sweets, and more.
Conveniently situated near Pumwani Maternity Hospital, the mall is easily accessible from all major highways and bypasses in Nairobi.