Shopping Malls in the MENA

GulfBusiness http://gulfbusiness.com  of 17 June 2014 revealed :

Top 10 Shopping Malls Under Construction In The MENA

Gulf Business checks out 10 of the biggest malls that are coming up across the Middle East and North Africa region over the next few years.

Please read full article on http://gulfbusiness.com/2014/06/top-10-shopping-malls-under-construction-in-the-mena/#.VccK4yaqqko

 

Below are few existing and / or in project Shopping Malls of the MENA region.

Abu Dhabi

Al Nahda
Al Wahda

 

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General view from Marina with purple LED skin, Yas Hotel, Hotel, Asia, United Arab Emirates, 2010, Asymptote, Hani Rashid, Lise Anne Couture. (Photo by View Pictures/UIG via Getty Images)
Yas Island Mall,  General view from Marina with purple LED skin, Yas Hotel, Hotel, Asia, United Arab Emirates, 2010, Asymptote, Hani Rashid, Lise Anne Couture. (Photo by View Pictures/UIG via Getty Images)

Dubai

4

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8

 

3

The Pointe of Palm Jumeira
The Pointe of Palm Jumeira

Bahrain

Seef Mall
Seef Mall

Seef

 

Qatar

Qatar passage
Royal Passage
Doha Festival
Doha Festival City

 

 

 

Al Meera projects
Al Meera projects
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Artist’s view of another shopping mall project

 

Cairo

Mall of Egypt
Mall of Egypt

 

Casablanca

 

Maroc

morocco 1

Riyadh

Riyadh
Mall of Arabia

Algiers

Bon Marche
Bon Marché
Ardis Centre
Ardis Centre
Le Bazar
Le Bazar

 

Meanwhile,  The Big 5 Hub looks at the region’s top 10 mall construction projects in the region.

Real Estate Management Industry News (REMI Network) produced on

29 July 2013 this account on the MENA shopping malls that were developing at the time.  Here is an excerpt.

The Middle East and North Africa is home to some of the world’s most beautiful and productive shopping centres, with the number in the region to dramatically increase by 2015.  However, in much of the region, the shopping centre industry is still in its infancy, providing opportunities for developers to tap into emerging markets.

Here, the Middle East Council of Shopping Centres’ CEO and vice-chairman, David Macadam, discusses opportunities for development in this region and what shape that development should take to be successful.

What are the opportunities for new shopping centre development in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)?

Read the full article on the above mentioned address.

 

 

 

 

 

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