The mall boosts more than 75 shops, inviting you to a glorious shopping experience. From leading local retailers to world-famous international brands, and delicious eateries featuring delicacies from around the world, Phoenix Mall is the one-stop destination for your shopping indulgences and excellent food.
By virtue of its central location and its easy connections with major roads and the M1 motorway, Phoenix Mall is easily accessible from all sides of the island.
The first shopping mall to house a hypermarket on the island, Phoenix Mall opened to the public in 1994. The new hypermarket, then named Le Continent, revolutionised shopping behaviour in Mauritius. In 2008, the mall was acquired by Foresite Property through its property fund, Ascencia.
In 2010, the mall was redeveloped and extended to enhance shopping experience for Mauritian families. In July 2012, Ascencia invested some Rs700m (USD 23m) in the extension of Phoenix Mall to make way for more retail outlets and eateries. The development project entailed an increase of 5,000 m² of leasing space and the extension of the parking space to 10,000 m².
With an additional 37 new retail outlets, including 16 eateries, 19 shops and 2 ATMS shops, Phoenix Mall today boasts more than 80 shops, with a mix of renowned local and international brands. As such, it positions itself as one of the largest shopping centres on the island. The mall has 100% occupancy and has Jumbo Score, one of the biggest and most renowned hypermarkets of the island, also a leading regional brand of the French Group Casino, as anchor tenant.
In 2014, the management of Phoenix Mall was taken over by EnAtt, a leading company in the commercial property projects.
Ascencia is the largest property fund listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius, with a property asset base of Rs 5.5 billion. The fund’s portfolio also includes the Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius and the award-winning, Riche Terre Mall.
EnAtt Limited was born from a Joint Venture with Atterbury and ENL Property. The company is a leading player in the property market in Mauritius and presently manages five centrally located malls (GLA 91,000sqm) with more than 70% of the urban population as catchment area as well as office parks.