Grenreal Property Corporation Limited, formerly St. George's Cruise Terminal Limited, was incorporated on 27 August 2004 under the Grenada Companies Act 1994 and commenced operations on 14 April 2005.
Grenreal was established to undertake the revitalisation and operations of a shopping centre with duty-free facilities adjacent to the new Cruise Ship Port complex in St. George. In 2007 Grenreal, under Sect 219 (225) of the Company's Act 1994, entered into an amalgamation agreement with Bruce Street Commercial Complex Limited, the owners of the Jan Bosch Building, a commercial centre located adjacent to the port complex in St. George.
Following the amalgamation, Grenreal continued to operate under the same name and was listed on the Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange on 21 July 2008. There is a passageway that connects the two malls. As such, patrons access this area while taking the opportunity to avail themselves of the boutiques carrying an assortment of ladies and men's apparel, including the highly recognised Clarks® brand and our pastry outlet Sweet Traditions.
The Bruce Street Mall has three floors. Several companies such as Grenlec (payment centre and consumer-related services), Western Union, National Lotteries Authority, Ariza Credit Union, and boutiques and general merchandise are located on the ground floor. The first floor also carries a wide range of clothing stores catering to the young and the young at heart, and children. Our customers can also shop for hair and hair accessories and shoes (sneakers). In contrast, our second floor is mainly offices
real estate, dental, engineering, construction, and Boss FM Radio.