Albert Galea

St Julian’s shopping village Bay Street Complex commemorated 21 years of business during last weekend’s Black Friday festivities.

In celebration of this milestone, visitors to the complex got to participate in several activities and compete to win big prizes, all whilst enjoying live music and visiting shopping outlets.

“To be celebrating 21 years since the opening of Bay Street Complex means that time and time again, the public chose our complex as their go-to shopping destination,” Bay Street Group CEO Albert Galea said.

“Located at the heart of Malta’s entertainment hub, Bay Street Complex has been a one-stop-shop for families and tourists for all these years,” he continued.

Earlier this year, Bay Street Complex completed a €14 million revamp which gave it a newer and fresher appearance whilst welcoming 28 new establishments.

Presently, the complex also enjoys an upgraded car park that hosts up to 230 vehicles as well as several new restaurants.

“At Bay Street Complex, families can do more than just shop from several high-quality brands – they can enjoy a wholesome meal or a warm coffee whilst spending precious quality time with their loved ones. We can’t wait to continue celebrating this milestone year after year,” Mr Galea concluded.

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