Bay Street

Shoppers visiting Bay Street in St Julian’s can expect new brands and stores, as well as a new look from the popular shopping complex.

Announcing the mall’s expansion, Bay Street Group CEO Albert Galea said “Bay Street’s redevelopment has been no ordinary transformation. Actually, it has been an evolution from the ground up.”

“With the refurbishment of the infrastructure completed, Bay Street is now open with a completely renovated brand mix, designed perfectly to meet the needs of both the locals and tourists. The mall now homes a diverse restaurant offering, the most popular retail brands and entertainment venues,” he explained.

The new brands include Costa, Lindex, Sunlab, Harmont & Blaine, Gant, The Modelshop, Springfield, Swarovski, Urban Bratz, Calliope, Terranova and KIKO, with more expected to be announced in due course.

By the end of 2021, visitors will also find Rainforest Cafe, Lucy, Bortex, HEBE and other brands present at Bay Street alongside existing brands, which include Skechers, Accessorize, Aldo, L’Occitane, and Women’s Secret, among others, as well as increased free parking.

‘’Our aim at Bay Street is to create a destination for everyone to enjoy conveniently. The works that are now almost complete serve as testament to this. Together with all our business partners we are very satisfied with the end product. We are convinced that the community will enjoy and appreciate the large investment done at Bay Street,’’ the CEO said.

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