An artist's impression of Cityland Mall in Dubai.
PHOTO BY CITYLAND MALL
DUBAI – A new mall in Dubai will take a leaf from nature by including 200,000sqft of space that will be used as a nature park.
Cityland Mall, which is scheduled to open late this year, expects to win over retailers and shoppers with its green concept.
The park will include a mini water park and amphitheatre. It will also have 22 casual dining restaurants. The mall’s “Central Park” will be able to accommodate 7,000 visitors.
The mall is being constructed at a cost of Dh1.2 billion along Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road, with easy access to the Global Village.
It will have 1.15 million square feet of leasing space and is expected to attract 12 million visitors on its first year.
Customers can expect brands like Carrefour, VOX cinema and the Danish furniture brand JYSK.
Once the mall is open, construction will begin on a three-star hotel located adjacent the retail centre. DAJ/Expat Media
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