From the Trinidad & Tobago Newsday Newspaper - by Richardson Dhalai - May 16, 2013
The C3 project- supermarket, restaurant and mall- is the latest business endeavour by one of south Trinidad’s pioneering business families, which, upon its completion in 2015, is expected to dramatically alter the local supermarket industry and propel the family trademark supermarket brand, JTA Supermarkets, into a national household word.
The project, which is estimated to cost almost $500 million, will feature a state of the art world class facility on almost 600,000 square feet of building space on over 20 acres of land. The new JTA Supermarket is expected to occupy 50,000 sq feet at the centre making it the largest supermarket in the country.
At the C3 Centre’s Corinth, San Fernando sod turning ceremony last week, J T Allum managing director, Christopher Mack said the centre would “deliver a unique shopping and entertainment experience to the southland that will be the envy of other malls in the country.”
“C3 will have as its two key anchor tenants, JTA Supermarkets, south Trinidad leading supermarket chain, which will open its fifth branch at this location and Movietowne, the Caribbean leading entertainment brand, who will open an eight screen cineplex,’ Mack had announced.
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