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Emaar Properties launches new mall in Dubai Hills project

Emaar Properties announced the launch of Dubai Hills Mall on Sunday, its latest retail offering within the Dubai Hills Estate development

Rendering of Dubai Hills Mall.
Rendering of Dubai Hills Mall.

Emaar Properties announced the launch of Dubai Hills Mall on Sunday, its latest retail offering within the Dubai Hills Estate development.

Dubai Hills Mall will have a gross leasable area (GLA) of more than 187,500m2, with more than 750 retail and F&B outlets. It is scheduled to open by late-2019. 

The project will also include four major family entertainment and leisure centres including a cineplex, a 6,000m2 hypermarket, seven anchor retail experience stores, an outdoor concert area, and parking spaces for over 7,000 vehicles, according to a press statement.

Mohamed Alabbar, chairman of Emaar Properties, said: “Dubai Hills Mall will stand out in the retail sector, and support the tourism and hospitality sectors through highly engaging leisure and entertainment attractions.

“Integrating advanced technology features with the principles of a regional mall, it will be a socially and culturally inspiring space for people, young and old, residents and visitors, to meet, connect and relax.”

Dubai Hills Estate will feature a total green area of over 2 million square metres that includes a championship golf course, and a central park spreading over an area of about 176,515m2.

The project is one of the largest master planned communities currently being developed in Dubai as a joint venture with Meraas Holding. 

 

 

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