Bayside Mall has been part of the Blaauwberg community for nearly 35 years – we've been there for family dinners, birthday celebrations, first dates, wedding planning, baby showers and so many more of life’s special moments.
With over 100 stores, including major retailers like Checkers, Woolworths, Game, Dis-Chem, Clicks and Edgars, Bayside Mall offers shoppers a convenient option for their daily, weekly or monthly shopping needs.
The mall is home to a large fashion offering that includes many of South Africa's leading brands and a number of quality one-of-a-kind stores, ensuring you're forever in style whatever the event or season.
Make the memory last with your pick of a selection of tasty and exciting eateries, coffee shops and restaurants, and enjoy quality time with your loved ones by watching the latest release at Ster-Kinekor in the heart of the Food Court.
Experience a lifetime of memories at your favourite mall, while enjoying endless variety and convenience.
Growthpoint Properties is an international property company with assets in South Africa, Eastern Europe, Australia and the UK. We are the largest South African primary REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) listed on the JSE and a 50% stakeholder in the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town. With an increasing number of assets offshore, and the largest collection of Green Star rated buildings in the country, we own and manage a diversified portfolio of over 500 property assets, locally and internationally. In South Africa, our retail, office and industrial portfolios feature high-quality properties located in major metropolitan areas and key development nodes.
Bayside Mall is a proud recipient of the 2015 Energy Efficiency Forum Award for Large Building Retrofit for its sustainability initiatives.
We launched our "going green" project in 2014, which equipped the mall with sustainable technology such as a rainwater harvesting system and the means to generate solar energy.
Storm water from the mall's roof and water from the canal next to the building gets collected and gathered in tanks. The main storage tanks can hold up to 60 kilolitres of water, which provides the shopping centre with at least three consecutive days of toilet flushing. And it doesn't stop there! The treated storm water flows through the mall's irrigation system to water the gardens too.
Powered by the sun
The mall's roof was strengthened to safely hold a 500 kW solar plant, containing 2 108 solar panels that collectively take up the space of half a rugby field. The energy generated by these panels goes directly into the mall's electricity grid, providing "green electricity" for our tenants and shoppers. Here's an interesting fact to put things into perspective: we generate enough energy from our panels to run a household for about 145 days.