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Deira City Centre

Deira City Centre
Deira City Centre, Dubai
Location Dubai,
 United Arab Emirates
Coordinates

25°15′5″N 55°19′56″E / 25.25139°N 55.33222°E / 25.25139; 55.33222Coordinates: 25°15′5″N 55°19′56″E / 25.25139°N 55.33222°E / 25.25139; 55.33222

Opening date 1996
Management Majid Al Futtaim Group
Owner Majid Al Futtaim Group
No. of stores and services 340
Total retail floor area 1,300,000 sq ft (120,000 m2)
No. of floors 3
Website http://www.deiracitycentre.com

Deira City Centre (Arabic: ديرة سيتي سنتر‎) is a large shopping mall in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Located in the community of Deira, Deira City Centre was the largest mall in Dubai prior to the establishment of Ibn Battuta Mall, Mall of the Emirates and The Dubai Mall. Deira City Centre was established in 1996, is spread across 1,300,000 square feet (120,000 m2) and includes a Carrefour superstore and it used to have an Ikea outlet before it moved to a bigger premises at the Festival Waterfront Centre.[1] Deira City Centre has over 340 stores, including a multiplex, food court and a hotel, and attracts over 20 million visitors a year.[2]

Stores include:[3]

Food Outlets

Deira City Centre has several food outlets and restaurants to cater the need of multinational customers everyday. The wide assortment of restaurants and eateries include Baskin-Robbins, Coco's, Chillies, Fujiyama Japanese Restaurant, Just Falafel, KFC, New York Fries, McDonalds, Shamiana, Starbucks, Subway, TGI Friday's.


Deira City Centre is owned by the Majid Al Futtaim group, and is one of six City Centre malls — the others are located in Ajman, Alexandria, Cairo, Muscat and Sharjah.[4]

External links

  • official site
  • MAF Holding website

References


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