Convenience, dining and indulgence at The MARC

July 4, 2018, Author: Carly Ritz

Ahead of the official opening of its doors to the public on Thursday the 26th of July 2018 The MARC has been on everyone’s lips.

The MARC which is an acronym of the precinct’s location which is Maude And Rivonia Corner will offer shoppers a unique experience focused on convenience, fine dining and pure indulgence. With a tenant mix that is designed to provide convenient shopping, visitors can expect the likes of stores that cater to the rush of everyday life. The Pick ’n Pay and Food Lovers Market go beyond the expected with an eatery section that provides quality on the go meals.

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At The MARC you are “where” you eat, which is evident in their exciting selection of fine dining. Connoisseur has a menu, designed around the concept of ‘Pazzo Italiano’ which means ‘Mad Italian’ with offers of pizza and pasta and a range of dishes cooked on woks and open fire will be offered at the highly anticipated SAINT Restaurant scheduled to open in August. Diners can also delight in beautiful food and a stunning environment that’s engagingly delivered at Tasha’s, while Wok n Roll (opening October 2018) will offer contemporary Asian cuisine with their menu boasting delectable sweet treats and a full range of Asian styled tacos, sushi, dim sum, curries and traditional ramen.

Mouth-watering ribs, succulent steaks and burgers from heaven will be served at the very first Ribs & Burgers store in Johannesburg. And all your ice-cream needs will be taken care of by Paul’s Homemade ice cream with high-quality ingredients and a total absence of synthetic additives and chemicals.

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Well-known coffee shops such as Starbucks, Bootlegger Coffee Company and Seattle Coffee Company serve as the perfect, convenient meeting place for the corporate connoisseur who works from any location at any given time.

Health and Beauty have no measure at The MARC, the health-conscious shopper can continue working towards their body goals at the 2500 sqm Planet fitness gym. The club offers a unique fitness sports experience fusing together world-class high-tech facilities. Clicks promises to be the customer’s first choice of pharmacy, health and beauty offering shoppers a wide range of Clicks exclusivities, whilst GoodFellas Barber and Aurora Beauty Salon offer convenient grooming in between meetings, shopping and dining.

The MARC’s convenient location has excellent visibility and access for both pedestrians and drivers and the multi-development building boosts 6.5 basement parking floors offering a total of 3 462 parking bays.

To keep up with the fast-changing digital society free Wi-Fi will be available to all patrons. Stay in touch with what is happening on the centre’s Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages.

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A fluent fashion offering is also boasted by this incredible development and stores such as Desch Men, Desch Ladies, Tread & Miller, Envy Couture, Levisons, X-Seption as well as well-known South African outdoor store Cape Union Mart will also be featured.

The multi-development building caters for all markets including speciality stores such as Absolute Pets, for all the furry parents, The Pak Persian Carpets for collectors of exclusive upmarket rugs and carpets, Levingers and Jet Line communication. Frond & Friligree will have an array of fresh cut flowers and time will remain endless with exclusive timepieces at Wilberrys.

Execuspecs and Specsavers will offer comprehensive eye tests and the highest standard of optometric service backed by an extensive range of branded eyewear. To cater for international visitors and travelling patrons, the centre will offer a Forex World situated on the upper-level retail floor.

The centre offers convenient trading hours that are Monday to Friday, 09h00- 20h00, Saturdays, 09h00-15h00 and Sundays and public holidays from 09h00-14h00

If success had an address it would be at The MARC, a retail centre embedded at the bottom of two 5-star and 4-star office park buildings, where leisure and work come together.

Carly has a decade of wild, weird and wonderful experience in the media industry. After graduating from Rhodes University with an honours degree in journalism and politics, she tried to change the world as a journalist. She helped launch the country’s first integrated newsroom at Times Media (then called Avusa). After getting bored of politics and news, she joined forces with a brand activations and event company before joining a global PR agency – WE Worldwide as a Senior Account manager. This is her dream job but she still loves to be fancy with words and interview cool people so she writes for Hello Joburg.

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