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Mall of Arabia (Dubai)

Mall of Arabia
Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Opening date 2009
Owner Ilyas & Mustafa Galadari Group
No. of stores and services 1000+
Total retail floor area 10,000,000 sq ft (930,000 m2)
No. of floors 5
Parking 10,400
Website Official website

Mall of Arabia is a shopping mall built as part of the City of Arabia in the Dubailand theme park premises in Dubai. Original announcements said it would be completed in 2008.[1] Following the collapse of the Dubai real-estate market, the first phase will not open until 2013.[2] The 10 million square-foot mall contains more than 1,000 retail outlets, a rooftop hotel, waterfront dining and entertainment, a theme park, an earth science museum, and a planetarium.[3] It also contains its own monorail system linked with the Dubai Metro along with a 2-story underground parking garage capable of holding 10,400 vehicles.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://mallofarabiaguide.info/
  2. ^ http://www.arabianbusiness.com/dubai-retail-rents-down-40-vacancies-rising-jll-304131.html
  3. ^ a b http://cityofarabiame.com/our-projects/mall-of-arabia/overview-mall-of-arabia.html

External links

  • www.cityofarabiame.com - official City of Arabia website
  • www.mallofarabia.ae - information page on City of Arabia website, Mall of Arabia site under construction.

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