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Feb 20 18, 1:41 pm

Biggest mall in Middle East to rise in Dubai

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Feb. 20, 18 | 1:41 pm

With more than 1,000 shops, cafes, restaurants, and entertainment outlets, the biggest mall in the Middle East is now set to rise in Dubai as Master developer Nakheel has already signed a contract with United Engineering Construction (UNEC) for the construction of Deira Mall Sunday, February 18.

Having a total retail space over 17 million sq. ft. and a contract worth Dh4.2 billion, the mall is already considered as the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) biggest mall and one of Dubai’s highest value construction contracts awarded for a single project.

According to Dubai Media Office, the construction of the establishment will begin first quarter of the year and is assumed to rise by 2021.

With more than 1,000 shops, cafes, restaurants, and entertainment outlets to occupy the leasable space of 4.5 million sq ft, the 3.8 million sq ft multi-storey car park can accommodate 8,400 vehicles.

A state-of-the-art retractable glass roof will be the mall’s attraction to the shoppers as it will bring natural light into the complex and will allow for open-air shopping during cooler months.

Nakheel Chairman Ali Rashid Lootah said the upcoming developments contribute to the realization of Dubai Government’s vision because the world-class facilities and the stunning location of the mall will bring a new face to Dubai’s retail sector.

“With its top-flight shopping, dining and entertainment offering, the mall will provide endless attractions for residents of Deira Islands, the wider UAE community and the millions of tourists who visit Dubai each year,” he said.

Deira Mall will be the centerpiece of Deira Central as it is a part of Nakheel Mall’s Dh16 billion expansion at the heart of Deira Islands wherein 50 residential and hotel towers, retail, mosques and fitness facilities are set in the parkland.

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