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President’s Message

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About MECSC

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About ICSC

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MECSC Achievements

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Company Showcase

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Expert Views

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Country Profiles

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Malls Listing

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Service Providers Listing

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Members’ Directory

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Board Members & Regional Representatives

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Compiled and Published By: Middle East Council of Shopping Centres P.O. Box 43972, Dubai, UAE • Tel: +971 4 3597909 • Fax: +971 4 3558818 • Email: customercare@mecsc.org • Website: www.mecsc.org Disclaimer: While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this publication, the publishers do not accept any liability for error, printing or otherwise, appearing within this publication. The views expressed in the features are not those of the publisher and are individual views and opinions expressed by the author. Should you wish to update any information on the featured malls or submit new mall details, please contact the MECSC Office. Front Cover Photo - Featuring IMG Worlds of Adventure

Board Members & Regional Representatives

Members’ Directory

Service Providers Listing

Retailers Listing

Company Showcase

Introduction

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Expert Views

CEO’s Message

Country Profiles

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Malls Listing

Chairman’s Message

Retailers Listing

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InTroduction - Message CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE

MECSC 2016 Directory H.E. MAJID SAIF AL GHURAIR Chairman of the Middle East Council of Shopping Centres, Chairman of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and President of BurJuman Shopping Centre

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ach year the retail industry in the MENA region grows to meet the increasing demands of the youthful population. It is with great pleasure that as Chairman of the Middle East Council of Shopping Centres we launch our 2016 MECSC Directory. This year’s Directory is over 100 pages larger than our last edition, now totaling over 430 pages! Showcasing the growth of the content, is the increased

Edition to write a few words about their business. More retailers, more shopping centres, more retail industry professionals, more advertisers jointly have made this the largest and most comprehensive MECSC Directory in our 22 year history. Always the benchmark of the retail industry, the MECSC Directory is the single source encyclopedia for all retail

The MECSC Directory is the single source encyclopedia for all retail professionals in the MENA region. This year bigger and better than ever! contribution from our members in the Expert Views section. Many of our long standing and new MECSC members have taken the time in this latest Directory

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our members for your contributions to the organization on so many levels which continue to keep the MECSC relevant and progressive. Thank you to the Board of the MECSC for their input and guidance for the MECSC. The MECSC team again has delivered another comprehensive and fresh looking Directory in 2016, thank you all for your tireless efforts. The sponsors continue to provide the lifeblood for the MECSC and I want to personally thank you all for your ongoing support. Congratulations to all on launching this 2016 MECSC Directory!!! Thank you.

professionals in the MENA region. This year bigger and better than ever! Lastly I want to personally thank you,

H.E. Majid Saif Al Ghurair

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CEO’S MESSAGE

Innovation – If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old. Quote from Peter F. Drucker

David Macadam CEO, Middle East Council of Shopping Centres. ‘At the MECSC our team is continually testing ourselves to try new things, pushing the boundaries to innovate and grow.’

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inning in the retail business is a process and almost never the final destination. Retail is always evolving. Innovation is the mantra. Trying something new is the only way forward to achieve growth.

others in a way which is helpful to you and your business. Our role at the MECSC is to facilitate your business and to assist you in raising your personal profile in the retail industry

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery! Our formidable competitors are not as comprehensive as our MECSC 2016 Directory. Our organization will see the greatest growth in 2016 from our Saudi members and other retail professionals in the MENA region looking to learn how best to lead the retail industry through innovation.

globally. Our team has been busy assisting so many people from many walks of life on such a wide range of topics. Let us help you too. All you need to do is ask us for whatever it is that you need.

Reviewing the updated information in the New 2016 MECSC Directory is another way to keep ahead of the constant change in the retail industry and innovate. Our team at the MECSC has again reviewed 10,000+ individual entries, added member feedback, reviewed the submissions, made 1000’s of phone calls to speak with and engage our members all who are in the Directory.

Thanking each and every one of our members is our pleasure for supporting us annually in our endeavors. Your feedback and the support of our members drive us forward to greater accomplishments.

Your key advantage to being a member of the MECSC is your ability to learn from

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His Excellency Majid Saif Al Ghurair, our Chairman, continually supports our team at the MECSC throughout the 22 year history of the MECSC. Thank you to our Chairman who supports us in the background. His guidance is always valuable for us and

is always available when needed. The MECSC Board of Directors, the Regional Representatives and the ICSC teams globally provide incredible support for our team in the office in Dubai. A huge thank you to everyone for their time, efforts and successes!! Approaching the end of their term in November this year, our Board Members including Shane Eldstrom our Board President, Salma Shasha’a Vice President, Shakeel Hussain Treasurer, Mohammad Alawi, Khalid Al-Dhubaie, Marwan Eskandarani, Dalia Finj and Simon Wilcock keep the MECSC team on track and motivated with new and great ideas. We thank them for their interest, encouragement and support. We want to thank everyone for their support and ongoing belief in the MECSC. We trust you will enjoy this new 2016 MECSC Directory as much as we enjoyed bringing it to life!!

David Macadam

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Long-Term Prospects For Solid Growth Shane Eldstrom, CRX, CDP, CLS, CSM

Shane Eldstrom is a commercial real estate professional, writer, speaker, educator and Shopping Centre expert. Not lacking in air miles, he holds several positions: Chief Operating Officer, Al Farwaniya, Board Member of KREDCO and President of the Middle East Council of Shopping Centres. Shane has been in Commercial Real Estate for around 20 years, attended the University of British Columbia studying Urban Land Economics, the ICSC’s University of Shopping Centres program and is a Certified Retail Executive (CRX), Certified Development, Design and Construction Professional (CDP), Certified Shopping Centre Manager (CSM) and Certified Leasing Specialist (CLS.)

Welcome. As the President of the Middle East Council of Shopping Centres (MECSC), it is my pleasure to welcome you, on behalf of our Chairman, Mr. Majid Saif Al Ghurair, and our Board of Directors, to this year’s MECSC Directory for Shopping Centres, Retailers, and Service Providers. There is no doubt that 2016 is going to be a significant year for the retail industry in the Middle East. The Retail Industry is a very resilient business, and we are confident that the growth of retail will continue apace in the region. The young demographics in the MENA region, strong infrastructure and the desire to invest in retail bodes well for the industry overall. The Middle East remains an attractive destination for retailers, with a number of new global brands entering the region. The opening of the first Apple store in the Middle East, at Mall of the Emirates in Dubai, is a case in point. Looking forward, the key focus for the industry is the long-term prospects for solid growth. Indeed, the retail space pipeline remains strong, with several major projects under

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way in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Oman amongst other markets. Projects such as Reem Mall in Abu Dhabi and Riyadh Mall in Saudi Arabia – to name only a few – mark an exciting time for retailers in the region and demonstrate a clear scope for future growth. From its inception, MECSC has been operating in the very heart of our diverse and dynamic industry. As we look forward to the new opportunities this year, we also reflect on our long history in the region, as well as

Special thanks to the subject matter experts who ratified our Arabic examinations, specifically Rhonda Payne and Margarita Murphy, Hussain Jamal, Rony Aoun, Samar Akkou, Mohammed Ziad Moghrabiah, Haitham Sleiman, Ali Hasan Alkabeer and others. Also a special thank you to Ali Hasan Alkabeer for his singular efforts and tremendous work in translating the updated version of the ICSC Dictionary. Without your support, the continued growth and development of MECSC would not have been possible.

There is no doubt that 2016 is going to be a significant year for the retail industry in the Middle East. the invaluable contribution of members and industry partners.

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I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to some of the members who have made a real difference to MECSC and our industry. Thank you to the RECon Committee members: Dalia Finj, Lizelle Fitoussi, Rania Laing, Lea Venezuela, David Macadam and Hannah Capstick. Your efforts contributed substantially to our most successful RECon to date.

I look forward to our continued partnership and a successful year ahead. Thank you,

Shane Eldstrom

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InTroduction - ABOUT MECSC

MECSC: The voice of the shopping centre and retail industry in the Middle East & North Africa The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres (MECSC) is the regional trade body representing the Shopping Centre Industry in the Middle East & North Africa

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stablished in 1994, MECSC has grown over the years and has a strong and closely connected member base of over 800 industry professionals from all over the Middle East & North Africa representing shopping mall owners, developers, marketing managers, leasing managers and specialists, retailers, consultants, property managers, financiers, accountants, government officials and industry suppliers. Affiliated to the New York - based International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), MECSC provides its members with unparalleled local and international business contacts and support through its network of international affiliates.

Our Vision To represent, promote and develop the shopping centre industry in the Middle East and North Africa.

Our Mission To provide an effective forum for exchange of ideas and sharing of knowledge and be a catalyst in the development of the shopping centre and retail industry in the Middle East & North Africa.

MECSC Website (www.mecsc.org) MECSC’s website is an invaluable tool for our members. An exclusive ‘Members Only’ area includes details of all Members and a Directory of Middle East retailers, shopping centres and retail industry professionals where members can list details of their organisation free of charge. As a Member, you are also entitled to list and detail your company at no cost on our ‘Products & Services Directory’. Members can also download both the MECSC and ICSC logos for use on their website, corporate stationery and business cards from our website.

Our Services

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Educational Programs & Professional Recognition

Hosting Shopping Centre Tours & Site Visits

Organising Meetings, Exhibitions &Conventions

Assistance in Research

Providing Networking Opportunities through Specialized Events

Dissemination of Industry Related Information

Organising International Study Tours

Specialized Industry Publications

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Membership Benefits Industry Recognition Membership with our retail industry association is a great way to demonstrate your commitment to the industry you are in. Share a common forum with other industry members, gain industry recognition and elevate your professional stature in the industry. Once you have registered as a MECSC/ ICSC member you are entitled to use both the logos on your business cards and stationery if you wish to display your membership to our Regional and International associations. You will also be entitled to free listing for your Organization on our Malls Directory page and either Products and Services Directory. (Please be sure to select appropriate type of business/company when registering).

Education MECSC members can participate in ICSC workshops held in the Middle East and globally which offer certificate programs at both the intermediate and advanced level. Focusing on marketing, management, leasing and other retail industry topic.

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The instructors are working experts who generously share their seasoned knowledge.

Education and Professional Development Initiatives • Specialized workshops and seminars focusing on the important aspects of shopping centre management, marketing, leasing and development • Professional development programs leading to industry certifications • Globally recognized certifications and industry designations

Specialized Conferences ICSC conducts several multi-day national and regional conferences, bringing together industry executives and key decision makers to share their knowledge and experience on such critical issues as environmental concerns, construction, finance, security, law, research and financial management and accounting. MECSC members can partake in all ICSC programs.

Exhibitions Trade exhibitions at conventions and conferences throughout the year give

you the opportunity to improve your bottom line. Meet vendors of products and services who offer everything from maintenance equipment to state of the art interactive technology and management software.

Think Global MECSC members become affiliate members of ICSC. The ICSC (with 70,000+ members in over 70 countries) provides MECSC members with unparalleled international business contacts and support. MECSC represents 45 countries.

MECSC Events

Resources and Publications

RECon MENA 2016

•O  nline Members Directory: Connect with other members from the industry •M  alls Directory (online and print): Important information on retail developments in the MENA region at a click of a button • Online Product & Service Directory: A comprehensive listing of product and service suppliers • Online e-Newsletter: Weekly and monthly compilation of news and features from the industry •O  nline Research Resource: Industry reports, country profiles and market overviews •R  etail People Magazine (online and print): Quarterly issue with a wide range of specialized industry publications authored by industry experts

Our annual convention, RECon MENA 2016 on October 31 and November 1 brings together developers, owners, managers, retailers, lenders and industry suppliers from all over the region for education and joint marketing purposes. MECSC members are also informed of and can attend, at special member rate, ICSC conventions and seminars worldwide. Deal Making Sessions RECon Middle East & North Africa, the industry’s only focused trade exhibition and conference brings together decision makers from shopping centres, retailers and product and service suppliers all under one roof for deal making and tapping into business opportunities. Do a year’s worth of business in two days at RECon MENA. • Leasing opportunities for Retail Developments • Showcasing new/existing retail concepts for retail brands • Building awareness of products and services available for the retail and shopping centre industry • Exclusive deal making initiatives and international events to tap into regional and global business opportunities.

JTR School for Retail Real Estate Professions The ICSC/MECSC Schools for Professional Development (Levels 1 & 2) are 5-day programs as part of the requirements leading to an ICSC Certification. The programs cover a comprehensive, concentrated, rigorous course taught by prominent shopping centre industry experts from the USA, Europe and the Middle East who serve as faculty. It is designed to ensure that participants will learn how to develop, lease, market and operate a shopping centre successfully.

Contact Us David Macadam Chief Executive Officer david@mecsc.org

JOIN MECSC NOW!

Join and become a member of MECSC - Support its mission; to bring to the Middle East services Lea Venezuela reflecting and cognizant of local, social and cultural requirements Director and to do so in Arabic. As our lea@mecsc.org membership grows MECSC will be able to bring to the region appropriate specialized conferences Mariz Matocdo and important speakers and offer Arabic version of specialized Marketing Officer publications. customercare@mecsc.org

Khaye Comanda Accounting Support Executive accounts@mecsc.org

JTR will be held on April 17 until 21 at the Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai, UAE.

Next Generation Networking (NextGen) The NextGen networking event brings industry professionals together in an environment to facilitate business development, knowledge-sharing and networking. NextGen Scheduled Events in 2016 NextGen Networking – Cairo – January 19 NextGen Networking – Beirut – January 21 NextGen Networking – Riyadh – February 16 NextGen Networking – Doha – March 17 NextGen Networking – Dubai – April 19 NextGen Networking – Oman – September 28

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Reymond Lagmay Publishing Coordinator/Accounting Support publishing@mecsc.org

Christian Baldonanza Membership/Database/Accounting Executive membership@mecsc.org The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres Office 803, Burjuman Business Tower P.O. Box 43972, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Tel: +971 4 3597909 Fax: +971 4 3558818 Website: www.mecsc.org

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Introduction

InTroduction - ABOUT ICSC

ICSC: Serving the global retail real estate industry By being a member of MECSC you are automatically a member of ICSC

As the global industry trade association, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) links with more than 25 national and regional shopping center councils throughout the world.

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s a member of ICSC you will enhance your visibility within the industry, grow your business and engage in a vibrant community of tens of thousands of colleagues around the globe.

ICSC Mission Statement The purpose of the Council is to advance the shopping center industry and to promote its role in the commercial distribution of consumer goods and services by: • Providing educational programs and publications in all aspects of shopping center development, finance, management, marketing and other specialized areas of professional interest. • Conducting meetings and other programs designed to promote the exchange of ideas among members and to facilitate the conduct of their business. •C  ollecting and disseminating information pertaining to the shopping center industry, including statistical data and other statistical research. • Developing and maintaining professional certification programs to encourage high standards for shopping center professionals. •A  dvocating the interest of the shopping center industry to local, state/provincial, federal and international governmental bodies.

What ICSC can do for you? Education The vigorous exchange of ideas and expertise that permeate our work has created a culture of learning that advances careers, and the

L-R: MECSC CEO David Macadam and ICSC Chairman Stephen Levobitz at RECON MENA 2015

industry for the benefit of all. From online courses to seminars and workshops, ICSC offers dozens of world-class professional development programs around the globe that transform best practices and cuttingedge research into replicable strategies for success.

Advocacy ICSC embarked on a campaign to showcase the health, prosperity and evolution of the shopping center industry. Whether delivering data-driven insights on the vitality of the industry, providing the media with an accurate industry narrative, or combatting disadvantageous legislation, ICSC is leading the national discussion about the retail real estate sector.

dissemination of industry specific information. ICSC Research provided access to its publications via multiple platforms. ICSC also debuted a newly revamped e-Library which offers roundthe-clock access to ICSC publications, 3,000 trade magazines and journals, and thousands of country and company reports.

Networking

Research

From small local programs to RECon, which draws over 33,000 attendees annually, to the ICSC website which connects people digitally, ICSC helps foster integral industry relationships. ICSC is constantly working to expand the breadth of its membership across the globe to deliver enhanced networking capabilities.

One of ICSC’s core missions is to keep its members informed through the timely

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Your partner in profitability Founded in 1957, the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) is the premier global trade association of the shopping center industry. Its nearly 70,000 members in over 100 countries include shopping center owners, developers, managers, marketing specialists, investors, retailers and brokers, as well as academics and public officials.

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A Big “ThAnk You” to our 2016 AdverTisers!

HORIZONTAL

M c A RT H U R +C O M PA N Y S H O P P I N G

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Introduction

InTroduction - MECSC ACHIEVEMEnTS Queens University MBA Report Recommendations

MECSC Membership Scorecard Metrics

Summary of Recommendations for Implementation • Accessibility of video, training materials, data and researches in the MECSC website, allowing members to learn and get updated of the current trends. • Development of Sales Playbook which could provide a selling guide to those within a sales function at the MECSC. • Introduction of a ‘tenured’ concept for membership. Once a member has achieved key milestones dates they will receive a special membership status and membership card. • Incorporation of Salesforce to improve customer relationship management and membership monitoring

MECSC Calendar of Activities, Events, Publications January 19: NextGen Networking Cairo, Egypt January 21: NextGen Networking Beirut, Lebanon February 16: NextGen Networking Riyadh, Saudi Arabia February/March: “Retail People” Magazine –Fashion and Beauty March 17: NextGen Networking Doha, Qatar April: MECSC Directory for Shopping Centres, Retailers, and Service Providers April/May: “Retail People” Magazine – Leisure and Entertainment April 17-21: JTR School of Professional Development, Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai April 19: NextGen Networking Dubai, UAE August/September: “Retail People” Magazine – Specialty Retail September 28: NextGen Networking Muscat, Oman October 10: NextGen Networking Jeddah, Saudi Arabia October 30 - November 1:  RECon MENA Conference, Exhibition, and Awards Gala November: “Retail People” Magazine – Special RECon Edition February 21, 2017: NextGen Networking, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

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• Target of 1,250 end at the year 2016 • Membership has grown 54% since 2012 • Full time MECSC employee handles Membership has grown 54% since 2012 membership on a day to day basis through constant followup, monitoring and engagement with MECSC members and prospective members

Retail People Magazine • Delivered and enjoyed in 45 Countries • Quarterly editions • Printed copies: 1,500 copies • Online version available on MECSC website (www.mecsc.org)

MECSC Mall Directory • The 2015 Directory has a ‘Fresh New Look’ with more Mall entries reflecting industry growth in 2015-2016. • It includes MENA region wide Retailers, Fit Out Experts, HR Firms, Service Providers, Leasing and Advisory Groups, Architects and of course Shopping Centre information. 

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• Printed Copies : 1,500 copies • Online version of the directory available to MECSC members • Retail Industry Reference Guide for the MENA Region – unique publication

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John T. Riordan School for Retail Real Estate Professionals • New faculty and curriculum for the education programs are warmly and enthusiastically received • Attendance of 113 students from the MENA region

ICSC Certifications:

Arabic Translation

• Arabic Translation Expert Review: Successfully translated 2 certification programs • In the process of translating the Dictionary of Shopping Centres

NextGen Networking Event • Held NextGen events in Dubai, Egypt, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia. Changed this initiative from loss-making into a surplus-generator through various acquired sponsorships • Dates have been put forward so mark you calendars now. More networking events are also planned, please visit www.mecsc,org for the updated schedule.

Special thanks to : Rony Aoun, CSM |Ahmed Mourady Ph.D., CMD |Mohammed Ziad Moghrabiah, CSM |Haitham Sleiman, CSM| Ali Hasan Alkabeer, CLS, CSM |Shane Eldstrom, CRX, CSM, CLS, CDP

RECon MENA 2015 Date: November 1,2,3 Venue: Ritz Carlton Hotel, DIFC, Dubai

MECSC Financials

795+ Delegates

42% Retailers

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540 Gala Seats SOLD - OUT

36% Shopping Centre Management

25 COUNTRIES

15% Service Providers

7% other

• 10.5% increase in the 2015 Revenue compared to 2014 Revenue • Further decrease of 4.5% in the 2015 Expenses vs. 2014 Expenses

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We create and facilitate investment and development opportunities in Sharjah At Sharjah Investment and Development Authoity (Shurooq) we identify, develop and execute initiatives that address the strategic needs of the Emirate of Sharjah, whether it is fostering investment in key economic sectors or actively developing iconic tourism infrastructure developments, we represent a vital role in the continued economic diversification of Sharjah.

Al Majaz Waterfront The popular Al Majaz Waterfront has reached the second phase of its plan and is expanding to accommodate more visitors and offer more entertainment options. It is a premier destination which offers world-class restaurants and cafes, overlooking the breath-taking Sharjah Fountain.

Al Noor Island Al Noor’s fantastical lighting creates a surreal sensory experience. Visitors can enjoy various attractions including the Butterfly House with its hundreds of brightly coloured butterflies, the Literature Pavillion which provides a place of solitude, Noor Cafe and more.

Al Qasba Cast off in a traditional ‘abra’ to tour Sharjah’s lagoons or ride the 60-metre-high ferris wheel to take in views of Sharjah City. Al Qasba’s diverse range of offerings as restaurants and cafes provide something for everyone.


Heart of Sharjah Step into a world of bustling arab souqs and fascinating Emirati History reflected by Souq Al Arsa and Souq Al Shanasiyah. This unique destination offers an unparalleled historical and cultural experience that weaves modern life with a rich history.

Kalba Mall Kalba Waterfront Mall will be located at the centre of the development area in the Kalba Eco-Tourism Project. Overlooking a lagoon lined by mangroves, Kalba Waterfront Mall will surely offer a view unlike any other mall in the Emirates.

Khorfakkan Corniche - Sports Beach The Khorfakkan Corniche has a vast array of attractions that will provide space for fun events and days filled with activities. An integral part of the development, Sports Beach will feature an array of sand and water sports which are fun for all.

Al Montazah - Amusement and Water Park Al Montazah - Amusement and Water Park is Sharjah’s first family entertainment destination, spreading over 126,000 square metres. The park boasts an array of leisure facilities, amenities and a mix of restaurants and cafÊs.

Corporate Office Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) T +971 6 556 0777 F +971 6 556 0444

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Be part of the

MECSC DIRECTORY The Business Guide for the Retail Industry Professional, with over 10,000 listing of Shopping Centres, Retailers & Service Providers About This in-demand directory includes MENA region wide retailers fitout expert, HR firms, service providers, leasing & advisory groups, architects and of course shopping centres information.

2016 Directory Out In May! Get onboard for 2017! Take advantage of this opportunity to feature your new developments or include/update your existing retail development. We will list your shopping centre, service providers, fit out experts, HR firms, architects and retailers on a complimentary basis. Advantage in smaller or larger format sizes will be feasible for all businesses.

Advertising is now selling fast!

FAQ How do I advertise in the MECSC Directory?

What is the cost to purchase the MECSC Directory?

Advertising placement are available on a first-come, firstserved basis. For more information, contact the MECSC team at customercare@mecsc.org and/or publishing@mecsc.org

The MECSC Directory is offered on a complimentary basis to each member and will distributed at MECSC events. To pay for courier/postage delivery, please contact the MECSC Office at customercare@mecsc.org/publishing@mecsc.org For non-members, the cost to purchase a Directory is AED 200 + Delivery fees.

How do I change an existing listing or add a new listing?

If you would like to add or change the information

listed, please contact the MECSC team at customercare@mecsc.org and/or publishing@mecsc.org. MECSC Members have the additional advantage of logging-in at www.mecsc.org to search our online directory.

What is the advantage of advertising in this new directory? Our multi-functional directory is the retail industry go-to source for information in the MENA region. This is an opportunity for your business to stand head and shoulders above the others.

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Company Contents showcase Chairmans’s Message

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Alexandria Property CEO’s Message Management & Presidents’ Message Consultation Co. (APMC)

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About the MECSC Arabian Centres

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About the ICSC Arabian Oud

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Expert Aswaq Views Management and Services Company Showcase Alargan International Country Proles Real Estate Company

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Malls Listing Magrabi Retail Group

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Retailers Listing Tawar Mall

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Service Providers Customer Engagement Listing Loyalty Solutions (CELS)

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Members Directory

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Board & Regional Members

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Image used - Courtesy of The Avenues Mall in Kuwait

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EVOLVING

WITH THE MARKET

Since its opening in 2001, Abu Dhabi Mall has positioned itself as a destination of choice when it comes to Shopping and Leisure in Abu Dhabi. Motivated by a fast evolving market and the growing needs of its customers, Abu Dhabi Mall has set off a re-beautification process which includes the refurbishment of its food court (completed), faรงade and common areas; the creation of additional GLA adjacent to the Hypermarket; and improvements to the accessibility of the mall.

For more information or leasing enquiries please visit www.aswaqms.ae or call +971 2 645 77 33

Along with the re-beautification, Abu Dhabi Mall is introducing a host of new F&B and fashion brands in order to make sure visitors enjoy a comprehensive, convenient and unforgettable shopping experience. With this rejuvenation and thanks to a strategic location and a proven track record, Abu Dhabi Mall hopes to reaffirm its leading position in the market.


AMS International Now in Iran and Morocco

Since it was founded in 1999, AMS has anchored itself as a leading Consultancy & Leasing, Design & Fit-out Coordination and Property management company in the UAE and the region. AnfaPlace Shopping Center

Casablanca, Morocco

• Type: Mixed-use property: Shopping center, Four Seasons hotel, 260 luxury residences, private club, offices • Developer: Freedom Property Fund (South Africa)

AMS has now expanded to bring its real estate expertise to the dynamic markets of Morocco and Iran, and sets to enter soon the Algerian and Tunisian Markets.

IRAN MALL Tehran, Iran

• Type: Mixed-use property: Shopping center, 5 star hotels • Developer: Iran Mall Commercial Co. • Opening: 2017

• Open: February 2013

• GLA Retail: 270,000 sq m

• GLA Retail: 31,000 sq m

• Parking: 20,000 spaces

M AVENUE

Marrakech, Morocco

• Type: Mixed-use property: 180 hotel keys,100 luxury residences, 5,000 sq m of office space, 6,500 sq m dedicated to exhibits & events, wellness center, 10,000 sq m of gardens and landscaped areas • Developer: Downtown Hotel Corporation, Morocco • Opening: 2018 • GLA Retail: 20,000 sq m • Parking: 500+

For more information or leasing enquiries please visit www.aswaqms.ae or call +971 2 645 77 33


Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Visitors’ Center Designed according to the iconic architecture of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, its Visitors’ Center aims at complementing the cultural experience of both tourists and residents by promoting heritage and tradition along with providing services, convenient shopping options and elegant recreation. • Developed by Ministry of Presidential Affairs, Abu Dhabi • Opening Q4 2017 • GLA Retail 10,000 sq m • Supermarket -Neighborhood Services - Gifts Food Court - Art Crafts and Antiques

Fujairah Mall Situated at the entrance to Fujairah city, on the Eastern coast of the UAE, Fujairah Mall is a 35,000 sq m GLA lifestyle shopping centre within a mixed-use development, which also includes a 22-storey 5* Millennium Hotel. AMS is in charge of the leasing, design & fit-out coordination and the property management of the Fujairah Mall. • Mixed–use Property: Millennium 5* Business, Hotel & Shopping Centre • Retail 35,000 sq m, 4 Levels, 166 Units • 1,000 Parking Spaces • Geant Hypermarket, Cinema, Family Entertainment and a Food Court • Open in December 2015 • Anchor tenants: Applebee’s, Damas Les Exclusives, Fun City, LC Waikiki, Mango, Paul Café, Toy Store

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Keys to Successful Redevelopment

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Innovative Concept for Building Contemporary Malls

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Formula for Success in Shopping Malls

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Saudi - What’s Next?

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Saudi Arabia is a Lucrative Market for International Retailers

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Shopping Centres Adapting to an Evolving Retail & Entertainment Landscape

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Evolution of Shopping Malls in the Middle East

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The Need for CPR and First Aid Training and Awareness in Shopping Malls

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New Retail Experience - A Haven for Families, Style Leaders and Trendsetters

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Planning for Great Centres with Solid Returns

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The Contribution of the Design to Form New Experience in Shopping Malls

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Reem Island – The future

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How to Select a Great Franchise?

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It’s All About Retail

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Dubai’s Retail Market in Review and Predictions for 2016

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Entrepreneurial Spirit Driven by Passion

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The Entertainment Sector in Oman

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2016 Rise of Fashionable Value Retail

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Investing in VM & SD to Elevate Brand Image & Sales

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Mall of Qatar: A Reflection of the Developers’ Commitment to Qatar’s Economic Diversification

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Arabian Oud, from Regional to International

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More than a Party... A Celebration of IMPACT

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MAGRABi Redefines The Optical Retail Experience with ‘The Future Store’ AMIN EL-MAGHRABY CEO, MAGRABI Retail Group

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ubai, November 02, 2015: MAGRABi, the largest optical retailer in the Middle East, has unveiled its distinctive new brand experience, based on its “Celebration of Sight” concept, at RECon Middle East 2015 in Dubai. Innovation, customer-centric experience and cuttingedge technology come together to create the heart of MAGRABi’s ground-breaking store concept, the Future Store, set to be launched in the UAE in 2016.

Speaking at RECon Middle East, Amin El-Maghraby, President and CEO of MAGRABi, commented on the new brand experience: “Since its establishment in 1981, MAGRABi has always stood for unparalleled expertise and excellence in eye care, we have constantly disrupted the category with our restless curiosity leading to many optical innovations. We are driven by a vision to exceed customer expectations, inspire them and offer retail experiences they never thought possible. Today, we are continuing the MAGRABi success story by redefining our brand strategy and introducing a unique store concept designed to revolutionize the shopping experience. Offering an inspiring retail environment with several distinctive in-store areas and cuttingedge technology, we hope that the new MAGRABi store concept will be a benchmark not only regionally, but for optical retail worldwide.” From facial recognition technology that will display a personalized image the moment a customer enters the store, to the Selection Bar which will allow shoppers to virtually try on MAGRABi’s wide range of eyewear, MAGRABi’s Future Store will take the optical retail experience to a new level. Customers can also learn about the benefits of the different lenses using the Lens Consult smart screen to ensure they choose a product that fits their medical and lifestyle needs. Additionally, a new Pay and Pack experience offering a seamless and personalized check out service has been introduced to the journey and all customers will also enjoy a free ultrasonic clean of their glasses through the Quick Fit feature.

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The new retail concept will be introduced in MAGRABi’s prestigious retail locations in the UAE in 2016, including the brand’s Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates, Ibn Battuta Mall and Mirdiff City Centre stores. It will eventually be rolled across MAGRABi’s entire fleet of 202 stores across nine countries, including 100 in Saudi Arabia, 39 in the UAE, 29 in Egypt,

challenge the known, and imagine the unknown. MAGRABi wants to celebrate this gift. Based on this principle, MAGRABi is dedicated to eradicating needless blindness and providing affordable eye care to those in need through the MAGRABi Foundation. The MAGRABi Foundation’s key activities include providing eye surgeries to effectively prevent or cure

We are driven by a vision to exceed customer expectations, inspire them and offer retail experiences they never thought possible. 13 in Turkey, 12 in Qatar, 4 in Lebanon, 2 in Kuwait, 2 in Oman and 1 in Bahrain. MAGRABi plans to further expand its store network with an additional 100 stores scheduled to open their doors prior to the end of 2018. MAGRABi curates an unparalleled selection of international eyewear brands.

blindness through the MAGRABi low-pay hospital, reaching out to the poor through the local Vision Centers and Outreach Caravans, and offering comprehensive education and training services on all levels.

MAGRABi believes that sight is one of the greatest gifts in life. Because vision allows us to open our eyes to wondrous things, to see the world in new ways, to

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Keys to Successful Redevelopment RASHID DOLEH

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s a specialized retail development advisory, leasing and asset management services company, mSquared Shopping Centres, in addition to working with new shopping centre developments, is often approached by existing mall owners and developers who are interested in expanding or redeveloping their centres.

order to reposition the asset to respond to its trade area demographic. Redevelopments are very complex, and one must take in consideration many additional factors. Of major concern, existing customer base and flows, existing tenants and sales that need to be protected

As the regions retail landscape expands the challenges for existing shopping centres are set to rise. In the spectrum of development, shopping centres are by far the most dynamic asset class, which require constant vigilance and active monitoring, to ensure that shifting customer demographics and their needs are being met. An astute retail developer will take proactive measures to respond to these changes, taking on the form of a combination of design and tenant mix improvements, in

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through the course of the redevelopment where possible. Relocation of tenants is a tremendous challenge and common requirement in any redevelopment.

and adequate financing and stamina to right a shopping centre. As the regions retail landscape expands the challenges for existing shopping centres are set to rise. Developers will need to actively consider the future plans of their investments to ensure that they remain relevant and healthy. mSquared is involved in a number of large scale redevelopments around the region.

Each redevelopment demands a bespoke solution; there is no standard approach or quick fix. It requires tremendous expertise, advance planning, clear strategy, tenacity

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‫‪Innovative Concept for‬‬ ‫‪Building Contemporary Malls‬‬ ‫‪Mr. Fouad Al-Rashed‬‬

‫‪they opened for business in 2012.‬‬

‫‪An ASALA designed mall is good for your‬‬ ‫‪health. Consider this. Stroll its spacious‬‬ ‫‪corridors and you’re exercising mind and‬‬ ‫‪body pleasantly, without even realizing it.‬‬ ‫‪You are a fashion VIP.‬‬

‫‪We also work closely with all retailers and‬‬ ‫‪enjoy a great relationship with them in‬‬ ‫‪order to deliver the best choices for You.‬‬ ‫‪Our specialists create what they call‬‬ ‫‪the “optimum interior environment”.‬‬ ‫– ‪In consumer language that means‬‬ ‫‪maximum pleasure. Lighting for example,‬‬ ‫‪is as natural as possible to complement‬‬ ‫‪that sense of spaciousness. You might‬‬ ‫‪not know it but “daylight light” in the mall‬‬ ‫‪makes you feel happier. An ASALA mall‬‬ ‫‪combines space, light, color and scale to‬‬ ‫‪relax you as you shop.‬‬

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‫‪ow to set your spirits soaring? Give your‬‬ ‫‪morale a big boost? Forget the cares of‬‬ ‫‪the day and go, enjoy your local mall.‬‬ ‫‪The ASALA Group has a passion for‬‬ ‫‪imagining and creating modern malls that‬‬ ‫‪excite your senses.‬‬ ‫‪A mall, inspirationally created by ASALA,‬‬ ‫‪is a feast-for-the eye even before you‬‬ ‫‪step through its doors; a pleasure in‬‬ ‫‪anticipating what’s in store (literally) for‬‬ ‫‪the whole family.‬‬ ‫‪ASALA to date is delivering more than 25‬‬ ‫‪shopping-and pleasure experiences since‬‬

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‫تسوق تحاكي لغة العصر‬ ‫مفهوم جديد لبناء مراكز‬ ‫ّ‬

‫كم أنت بحاجة لبرهة من الزمن تبتعد فيها‬ ‫عن هموم وصخب حياتك اليومية‪ ،‬تختبر‬ ‫ـوق فــي إحـــدى الــمــوالت‬ ‫فيها متعة الــتــسـ ّ‬ ‫إن مجموعة أصــالــة لــديــهــا ذلــك‬ ‫المحلية‪ّ .‬‬ ‫الشغف لتتخيل كل ما يعتريك وتبتكر لك‬ ‫تسوق حديثة تثير حواسك‪.‬‬ ‫مراكز‬ ‫ّ‬

‫تبتكر أصالة مراكز تجارية تستلهم أفكارها‬ ‫مــن أحــامــك ورغــبــاتــك وطــمــوحــاتــك‪ ،‬لتكون‬ ‫بالفعل عالمة فارقة في تجربتك وقبلة لألنظار‬ ‫في عالمك‪ ،‬حتى وإن لم تطأ قدماك عتباتها‬ ‫بعد‪ .‬فأصالة القابضة لديها ميزة االستباق‪،‬‬ ‫لتكتشف بنفسك الحقًا روعة المكان وسحر‬ ‫جو عائلي حميم وفرح‪.‬‬ ‫الزمان في ّ‬ ‫‪www.MECSC.org‬‬

‫قدمت‬ ‫إلــى اآلن‪ ،‬ومنذ تأسيسها عــام ‪ّ ٢.١٢‬‬ ‫للتسوق والترفيه‪.‬‬ ‫أصالة أكثر من ‪ ٢٥‬مركزًا‬ ‫ّ‬

‫انطباعًا وإحساسًا برحابة المكان ويضفي‬ ‫جوًا من السعادة‪.‬‬ ‫ّ‬

‫تعمل أصــالــة فــي شكل حثيث مــع جميع‬ ‫تجار التجزئة وتتمتع معهم بعالقات ممتازة‪،‬‬ ‫تقدم‬ ‫أساسها روابط الثقة المتبادلة‪ .‬فهي ّ‬ ‫التسوق مجموعة واسعة‬ ‫لهم في مراكز‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫من الخيارات الحديثة والمتنوعة‪.‬‬

‫موالت أصالة‪ ،‬تجمع المساحة الرحبة والضوء‬ ‫والحجم‪ .‬معادلة ابداعية هدفها أن تجعلك‬ ‫تتسوق بمتعة‪.‬‬ ‫ّ‬

‫لقد أبــدع فريق أصالة في خلق ما يسمى‬ ‫“البيئة الداخلية المثلى” وبلغة المتسوق‬ ‫تــعــنــي “الــمــتــعــة الــقــصــوى”‪ .‬اإلضـــــاءة على‬ ‫سبيل المثال‪ ،‬تعتبر من أهم عوامل الجذب‪.‬‬ ‫إن الــضــوء الطبيعي مــن شأنه أن يعطي‬

‫إن البناء الهندسي لموالت أصــالــة‪ ،‬يعتبر‬ ‫بيئة مثالية‪.‬‬ ‫ألن رح ــاب ــة الــمــكــان تــســعــد ك ــل إن ــس ــان‪،‬‬ ‫فالممرات واسعة وشاسعة وأنيقة المظهر‪،‬‬ ‫مــمــا يضفي عــلــي عقلك وقــلــبــك ج ــوًا من‬ ‫السعادة المحببة واللطيفة‪ ..‬إنها طريقتنا‬ ‫شخص مم ّيز‪.‬‬ ‫في أصالة لتشعر بأنك‬ ‫ٌ‬ ‫‪MECSC Directory 2016‬‬

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Mr. Mohammad Alawi, Chief Executive Officer of Red Sea Markets, and Mr. Artin Malatjalian, GM of the Red Sea Mall, Jeddah’s largest shopping and entertainment district, share their thoughts on attracting ‘Generation Y’, the importance of big picture thinking and strategic analysis, the key to bringing strategy to life, and how Developers and Managers can succeed against today’s challenging and ever-changing business backdrop. Vision & Market Analysis Having a clear and compelling vision, and then communicating that vision is a key factor in the success of any endeavor. Once you have a well-defined vision you can begin strategizing and of course the first step of any good strategy is analysis. The major demand drivers of retail spending for shopping malls are population, aggregate disposable income, employment, traffic volume, however potential future competition, the economic characteristics of the city, the size, characteristics and demographics of the catchment area, access and visibility, as well as external factors affecting growth of the trade area, should also be taken into consideration. Market Intelligence The retail market is fast paced and dynamic, so having the right market intelligence is critical to effective and efficient decision making. It is important to have a clear understanding of the big picture, of what people really want. Right now a number of global trends, including urbanization and changing demographics, are coming together to transform the role that shopping malls play in people’s lives, and these trends are driving mall operators to rethink how they conceive and operate their properties. At Red Sea Mall for example, we understand that consumers expect much more from a shopping mall than shopping – they want an ‘experience’, and as such we have incorporated value added elements to create a place where families can spend quality time, and where teenagers can find sanctuary. Investor Talk Investor demand for malls continues. The fact that malls are positioning themselves to become destinations, rather than just shopping centers, is making them more resilient to market fluctuations, and an even more viable investment opportunity for potential investors. Although there will always be cycles in the economy and real estate, the ability to assure potential investors of a ROI is a key component of success. Calculated Risks In business, calculated risk taking is

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necessary. This means having the ability to weigh the risks against benefits and select the proper time for action. I believe that building relationships based on trust allows Red Sea Mall to take more calculated risks, and in doing so we are elevating the business to the next level. Location Strategy There are numerous factors to consider when choosing a site. From the physical site, to consumer spending potential within the site’s catchment area, to existing and planned competition, Developers must also reflect upon infrastructure, road utilities, shipping, distribution and warehousing. Customer safety and convenience should always remain top of mind and therefore issues such as roads and public transportation systems are likewise critical considerations.

Artin Malatjalian

improve training, so that when people do progress there isn’t a skills gap. Courageous Implementation Putting a strategy down on paper is the easy part - ensuring its successful implementation is where it can get tricky. I think the key to successful strategy implementation is making sure that everyone understands the plan, and knows the role they need to play in order to make it a success. In other words, the strategy must be understood, communicated, and translated into each functional area. Building Long-Term Relationships One of the keys to filling up a commercial building, whether it be an office tower or suburban retail center, is to lock in an anchor tenant as early as possible. From here we can attract customers and non-anchor mall tenants, and increase sales. Because of the important role tenants play in our success, here at RSM we make long term psychological commitments to our anchor and non-anchor HORIZONTAL tenants; building relationships based on trust and mutual respect.

Attracting Generation ‘Y’ Although retail is forecast to be among one of the top growth areas over the next six years, the industry is failing to attract bright young people to join its ranks. As an industry we must show this younger generation the passion we have for retail as well as the great opportunities available. We need to make it possible for competent young people with skills in math, IT, marketing and commercial skills, analytics and big data management, to rise up the ranks faster. As well as enhancing progression opportunities, we must

The Red Sea Mall was awarded the “Best Shopping Mall of the Year 2015” and “Best use of Social Media in Marketing”, at the Asia Retail congress (ARC) 2015 Retail Excellence Awards, underscoring the Mall’s position as a leading regional retail center of excellence and innovation.

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SAUDI – What’s Next? Geji Masilela

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COO, Malls at Kinan International Real Estate Development Company

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t’s almost impossible to think about retail and thoughts about growth are not simultaneously present. Malls development, whilst at times speculative but for the most part is driven by retailer growth needs. Entrepreneurs and company executives often engage professional business prognosticators with the single aim of deciphering where to next? Gazing into the unending vista of the horizon across the Jeddah Islamic Port, the view from my office suddenly confirms where Saudi is headed next in respect to malls development and retail growth. To make sense of the present, we need to take a quick backward glance – A mere 15 years ago, a Savola backed developer United Properties was making waves in the market developing malls. Bouyed by those early gains, Arabian Centres and Asala joined the fray and today, respectively represent the two biggest players in the market. Forward motion to 2016, what else is

going on in the market? Saudi retail development has witnessed a raft of developers with an exciting pipeline of projects. Landmark Arabia has hit the ground running with their Oasis Centre concept, Alshaya are not far behind with their plans, UAE based developers MAF and Al Futtaim have announced schemes that project stratosphere development spending. Back to the KSA homeboys – In addition to Asala & Arabian centres, there’s a formidable layer of developers churning out developments year on year – Al Othaim, Unified, Akeed and Kinan amongst others. Where are the customers? Notwithstanding fiscal consolidation both in the region and globally, varied indicators remain promising for the future of retail development in KSA. • Transport infrastructure is in full swing. This will aid rapid masses movement. Terminal 5 at KKIA in Riyadh is coming on stream later this year. KAIA in Jeddah,

construction is well underway. Metro projects and the train between Makkah & Madinah have progressed very well. • Religious Tourism – Plans are afoot to grow visitors up to 18 million in the short term. This bodes well, not only for retail but for hospitality projects, a majority of which will be attached to retail developments. •S  audization – Since its initial introduction, it’s been a no brainer that getting younger citizens into the job market is business sense for everyone. Increased spending power has been a boon for retailers. • Housing – Whilst in the early stages, benefits of home ownership security will inject a new leg of retail growth in the near future. • Economic cities & second tier cities are some of the new growth nodes for retailers. There’s far more going on in KSA than what the above snapshot portrays, however you have to be present on the ground to be part of the growth story.

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Saudi Arabia is a Lucrative Market for International Retailers CEO, Arabian Centres, a leading developer, owner and operator of shopping malls in Saudi Arabia.

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s Saudi Arabia is bolstering its efforts to diversify the economy through a productivity and investmentled transformation, the retail sector is expected to be a main beneficiary of this drive.

Further bolstering the market appeal is the implementation of 100% foreign direct investment into KSA retail sector. When implemented fully, the FDI will pave way for further growth in the retail sector and spur demand for mid-level and luxury brands.

Underpinning the retail sector’s appeal is its strong indigenous population. Around two-thirds of its 30 million residents are under the age of 30, and the population is forecast to grow by 1.6% annually to reach 40 million by 2050. Despite being the GCC’s largest population and economy, the Kingdom’s retail industry remains significantly underserved. With an intention of transforming the country’s retail sector, Arabian Centres has embarked on an expansion plan with 8 planned malls spanning from Riyadh to Dhahran; which will double the portfolio to nearly 2 million sq m in the next three years.

All the above discussed indicators essentially suggest one thing – Saudi Arabia makes a strong case for international retailers who want to take advantage of the highest-spending, fastest-growing consumer economies in the world today.

By end of 2016, we’ll operate 21 shopping centres across 11 cities in the Kingdom, representing about 10 per cent of the country’s organized retail space. The expansion programme is a reflection of the significant demand for modern retail destinations in Saudi Arabia.

Shopping Centres Adapting to an Evolving Retail & Entertainment Landscape Samar Akkou, CSM, CLS Leasing Manager, Citymall s.a.l.

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hopping Centres are lifestyle destinations! The retail and entertainment landscape keeps evolving, and the winners are those shopping centers with the high flexibility to adapt, or better so, are proactive in realizing the trends and implementing changes before others. Shopping centers gain a competitive edge in both retailers’ and consumers’ eyes, and reap the benefits way ahead of others. Shopping Centres are continuously evolving throughout the world, including Lebanon. The dynamics of this industry today are different than what they used to be in the early 2000s, something that CITYMALL realized and has been

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effectively working on these couple of years. CITYMALL Management has decided to undergo a major redevelopment to adapt to the continuously evolving retail

City Mall Dora

trends. The redevelopment included a reconfiguration of several areas at CITYMALL, primarily the reconfiguration of the hypermarket area as are trends globally, and the addition of new leasable space. This increased GLA allowed for the introduction of new anchor and power retail brands to drive more purchasing footfall and increase turnover. CITYMALL is also undergoing some remerchandising (within the existing brand portfolio and new brands) in an effort to keep up with the best tenant mix formats. CITYMALL lately introduced a family entertainment and edutainment center, with major expansion plans for a new F&B precinct on its rooftop terrace.

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Evolution of Shopping Malls in the Middle East Expert Views

EISA ADAM IBRAHIM President, Bullary LLC, (Founding Member & Former President of MECSC)

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he concept of Shopping Mall was originated in the Middle East more than 2000 years ago. In the beginning of the history of shopping, the shopping activity took place in open public spaces. In ancient societies and along trade routes, all the shopping was located along one thoroughfare or in one marketplace. Big shopping centers and supermarkets did not exit. Automobiles were not invented and Animals like horses, camels, donkeys, etc., were used for commuting and transporting goods. Parking was not available and people used to tie the animals together in one place preventing them from moving away. For entertainment and relaxation they indulged in poetry competitions and literature, sporting competitions and races, religious gatherings, wrestling, etc. In the absence of currency, trading used to be conducted by barter method. Some of the historical market places in the middle-east: 1. Souk Okaz – Saudi Arabia This souk, or open air market, is near Taif in Saudi Arabia. It was the largest and best known souq in pre-Islamic times. Souk Okaz was a seasonal market which operated for two weeks each year during the month of Dhu al-Qi’dah. It was active from approximately 542-726 CE. The modern-day Souk Okaz was re-created on the exact same location in the Saudi Arabian desert where the ancient souk was historically held. Today it is a popular tourist attraction. Historically it was more

2. Khan El-Khalili – Egypt Egyptians have piled their trades here since Khan El-Khalili was built in the 14th century and parts of the market, such as the gold district, are still the first choice for thousands of locals. It is located in Cairo’s old Islamic district. Since its inception the market place has attracted visitors from all over the world. One can get the most wonderful handmade household items here and it remains one of the top tourist destinations in Cairo. 3. Al-Haidiyah Souk – Syria It was built about 150 years ago in the heart of Damascus’s walled city. Here retailers sell exquisite antique pieces of oriental art, including copper-ware and wooden items encrusted with mother of pearl. Its main thoroughfare is lined with clothes emporiums and handicraft shops, while its narrow side streets are crowded with stalls selling everything from spices and dried fruits to cheap shoes and children’s toys, apart from entertainment and cafes. 4. Souk Umdafaso – Sudan Here people used to bring goods and display them in open area for trading. Trading was done only for few hours in a day and during certain season of the year. 5. The Grand Bazaar of Istanbul – Turkey It was built in the 15th century and is still one of the largest covered shopping centers in the world.

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Evolution of Shopping Mall in Dubai: As Dubai rose to prominence on the international arena, the Al Ghurair family recognized the need for innovative entertainment and shopping experiences that would answer the needs of the burgeoning population as well as the increasing number of tourists. It was the first modern shopping mall project of its kind in the Middle East. Dubai subsequently witnessed phenomenal growth and proliferation of modern and world class shopping malls. The level of professionalism and sophistication instilled in the new malls by the developers, managers and retailers alike are truly world class and over a period of three decades more than 35 modern shopping malls were built in Dubai, including Dubai Mall - allegedly the largest shopping mall in the world. Currently there are few mega-malls under construction.

6. Isfahan’s Grand Bazaar – Iran It is largely covered, dates from the 10th century. The 10-kilometer-long, covered Tehran’s Grand Bazaar also has a lengthy history.

Dubai has quickly become the capital for luxury and shopping. People from all over the world are drawn to this little city for its incredible architecture, huge shopping malls, a man-made island and the tallest building on earth. Dubai is also considered a shoppers’ paradise and tourist spot. From the early days where we drew our ideas and experiences from around the world – the world is now drawing them from the projects in this region.

After centuries, the enclosed shopping mall separated urbanity and shopping activity from each other. These fully enclosed and environmentally controlled spaces reinterpreted the urban fabric to simulate a city image and a street-like atmosphere indoors, where people shop,

Future Opportunities and Challenges: Shopping centers can play a major role in improving the quality of life in town and city centers around the world. More importantly, shopping centers are often seen as drivers of local economies. They are necessary to maintain economic

Shopping centers can play a major role in improving the quality of life in town and city centers around the world. than a marketplace, the souk served as a meeting place for tribal leaders and for people interested in poetry and literature. In ancient times, Arab traders and Bedouins would bring their goods, including perfumes, spices, rugs and handicrafts to sell at the market. People from all parts of the Arabian Peninsula would meet at Souk Okaz to compete and select the best poet. Early Arabic poetry offers the modern Arab a glimpse of life in Pre-Islamic times. Poetry is truly the soul of the Arabs.

eat, entertain, and even sleep. Trajan’s market in Ancient Rome was built around 100-110 AD, and it is thought to be the world’s oldest shopping centre – a forerunner of today’s shopping mall. With the rise of the automobile and after World War II there was a new style of suburban shopping center evolved. The first fully enclosed, climate-controlled mall called Southdale Center opened in a suburb of Minnesota, USA, in 1956.

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Grand Bazaar, Turkey

growth and a sense of community, offering employment, solving environmental problems, and providing a better quality of life. The effect the credit crisis and global recession has been apparent across the world. The retail development landscape has changed to varying degrees. Shopping center owners and developers grapple with the challenges of integrating an increasingly competitive virtual world where technology is driving a structural change in the retail market and how shoppers want to shop. The shopping center landscape is constantly evolving around the world and understanding of the changing dynamics in retail markets has become all the more important. The competitive environment that a mall faces today is considerably different from that faced in their early days. Shopping malls – appear to be in a mature phase of the retail life cycle where market shares and sales may be levelling off. When today’s consumers visit malls, they are looking for experiences that go well beyond traditional shopping. Moreover, the e-commerce revolution and the rise of digital technologies are fundamentally reshaping consumer expectations and shifting the function of stores toward useful and entertaining customer experiences. The challenge is to keep pace and go hand-in-hand with the changing retail scenario. Physical experience has to blend in with e-retail. Continued economic slowdown and rapid advance of the digital revolution, the mall industry is retracting and facing

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high vacancy levels. In the face of these considerable challenges, malls are seeking to stay relevant, drive growth and boost efficiency. We see successful players investing along three key fronts.

i) Differentiating the consumer offering, with a focus on experience and convenience. Online shopping provides consumers with ultimate levels of convenience. Malls will never be able to compete with the endless product selection, price comparisons and always-on nature of online. Instead, malls need to move in a different direction, away from commoditized shopping experiences and toward a broadened value proposition for consumers. Innovative malls are incorporating valueadded elements that attempt to recast the mall as the new downtown, including concerts, arts centers, spas, and fitness clubs. These services provide a level of leisure and entertainment that can never be satisfied online. An emphasis on fine dining and events is also helping to make malls the hub of the local community – a place to share quality time with friends and family.

ii) Transforming the mall experience by leveraging technology and multichannel strategies:

which malls are leveraging technology. First, they are extending their relationships with customers before and after the mall visit. This is about engaging customers through compelling content and creating deeper bonds with them through social media and proprietary sites and apps, as well as loyalty programs. Just like retailers, malls should reach out to their customers with customized offers, gift ideas and other targeted advertisements based on real time intelligence and location-based marketing. Technology, for instance, can be used to address one of the biggest challenges shoppers face at the mall – finding parking. Once within the mall, mobile apps can offer quick, easy guides to help shoppers find what they are looking for at today’s increasingly large and multi-level malls.

iii) Exploration of new formats and commercial real estate opportunities: The most innovative malls today look nothing like their predecessors. Although location remains the key real estate consideration for malls, a differentiated design and structure is increasingly important – incorporating more natural ambiance into their design.

The digital transformation of retail is not all bad news for malls. On the contrary, it presents new opportunities for malls to engage consumers throughout their decision journeys. There are three primary ways in

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The Need for CPR and First Aid Training and Awareness in Shopping Malls Prof. Mohammed A. Seraj Supervisor for Inaa’sh 1st Aid and CPR Training and Awareness Program and General Manager for Center for Consulting and Health Skills Training

I

n the community, the concept of coronary care unit is not new in developed countries. Cardiac arrest may happen anywhere, any one at any time. The aim is to interfere immediately to provide CPR aiming to save a life in order to maintain oxygenated blood to the brain until the ACLS procedures has started by professional personnel.

for the effectiveness of CPR training where survival from out-of-hospital arrest reaches to 43%, while their hospitals the percentage reach to 80%. No such figures are available for Saudi Arabia, though the experiences of the Saudi heart association would suggest that it is extremely low. This is mainly due to the fact that the importance of such training have been

risk factors that can be changed is an additional key factor. Far too many of us, grew up smoking, had high- cholesterol, high-fat diets and lack of exercise. As heart disease is often silent, it may already be too late. However, many risk factors can be changed, and there will be benefit from a prudent life-style. When somebody collapses, the most important actions a bystander can take are to recognize the critical nature of the situation and call an emergency service number. A community-wide response system, called an emergency medical system, is critical to respond to individuals in crises. The average time CPR was performed prior to activating the emergency medical system was 4 minutes. This raises the important question, how long does it take to do a minute of CPR?

CPR Training

The western world looked to the community as one big cardiac care unit. They came with the following points: • •

• •

• •

If the patient cannot come to us, we will go to the patient. Development of a national programme where the layperson was enlightened, educated about heart diseases, heart attacks They designed a programme to educate most of the population Learn how to apply CPR or perform first aid when it is necessary for any victim. In order to improve the survival rate in street, Legalized the introduction and the usage of the AED in key locations Improving the pre-hospital emergency services.

The city of Seattle is given as the paradigm

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met with an almost total lack of interest. It shows promising signs through the efforts of the Saudi Red Crescent Authority and some government and private health institutions. The chain of survival is composed of: • Early access • Early call • Early defibrillation • Earl stabilization The first link in the chain of survival is early access, but the important role is that an early awareness, education of the cardiac diseases. Prevention is better than a cure. The golden rule is considered to be the first step in any effort to controlling the morbidity and mortality for cardiovascular disease. Practicing a prudent life-style that encourages a balanced approach to nutrition and exercise are events that must start in childhood. Controlling those

As shopping malls are visited daily by different family members which includes children, females and old family members it’s a must for all shopping mall members and workers in these buildings to learn about first aid, CPR and the use of AED devices and to implement the AED devices in all buildings. We have started a new program aims to provide all community members with the 1st Aid, CPR and the use of AED devices skills under the name of Inaa’sh, and we had the chance to provide these training skills to several shopping malls in K.S.A. Our main objective is to provide a safe environment for all shopping malls attendees and workers and to prevent any emergency cases that might reflect badly to any shopping mall in the region.

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‫‪.‬أهمية التدريب والتوعية حول اإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي‬ ‫واإلسعافات األولية في األسواق التجارية‬ ‫‪Expert Views‬‬

‫ـو ُّقـ ُ‬ ‫ـف القَ ْلب في أي مكان وألي فــرد وفي‬ ‫قد يحدث حــاالت َتـ َ‬ ‫أي وقت‪ .‬ويتمثل الهدف في التدخل الفوري بتقديم سبل‬ ‫اإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي ( المحافظة علي الحياة األساسية)‬ ‫مما يهدف إلــى حماية األرواح وذلــك بإستمرار وصــول الدم‬ ‫المؤكسج إلى المخ وأألعضاء الهامة بالجسم ومن أجل انقاذ‬ ‫المصابين وتحسين معدل النجاة في لحين وصــول فريق‬ ‫األنقاذ واجراء سبل حيوية القلب المتقدم‪.‬‬ ‫لقد نظرت دول كثيرة في العالم الغربي إلى المجتمع كوحدة‬ ‫رعاية قلبية كبيرة واتخذت الخطوات التالية‪:‬‬ ‫إذا لم يتمكن المريض من المجيء إلينا‪ .‬فإننا سنقوم‬ ‫بالذهاب إليه‪.‬‬ ‫صمموا برنامج وطني شامل لتعليم معظم افراد المجتمع‬ ‫لإلسعافات األولية وسبل المحافظة علي الحياة‬ ‫تعليم األفــراد عن امــراض القلب والن َْو َبات القَ ْل ِب َّية بجانب‬ ‫امراض األوعية الدموية والسكتة الدماغية‬ ‫تصميم برامج مبسطة وسهلة علي مستوي افراد المجتمع‬ ‫وتشجيعهم علي المشاركة وعدم التخوف بانقاذ المصابين‬ ‫في اي وضع‬ ‫تدريبهم علي التدخل الفوري أوألً بنداء فريق اإلنقاذ ومن ثم‬ ‫تطبيق اإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي أو أداء اإلسعافات األولية عند‬ ‫الضرورة ألي ضحية‪.‬‬ ‫اختيار أفراد لديهم خبرة مهنية ورفع مستواهم ليكونوا‬ ‫ممارسين ومشرفين صحيين علي الواقع‬ ‫تم تصميم جهاز الصدمات اآللية لإلنعاش الرئوي (‪)AED‬‬ ‫بطريقة سهلة ونشرها في المناطق الرئيسية وتجمعات‬ ‫السكانية مثل أألسواق التجارية والمطارات وأندية الرياضة‬ ‫والمباني المرتفعة وذلــك بغرض تقديم خدمات طــوارئ‬ ‫مميزة خارج نطاق خدمات المستشفيات‪.‬‬ ‫بنيت الــخــطــوات السابقة حين تــوفــرت لديهم إحــصــاءات‬ ‫بعشرات اآلالف مــن المصابين فيما يتعلق بنجاتهم من‬ ‫التوقف القلب المفاجئ خــارج المستشفى‪ .‬وتعد مدينة‬ ‫سياتل األمريكية مثاال لفاعلية التدريب على اإلنعاش القلبي‬ ‫الرئوي حيث ترتفع نسبة النجاة من حوادث النوبات القلبية‬ ‫خارج المستشفى بنسبة أكبر من ‪ %43‬وذلك من خالل إعداد‬ ‫برنامج تدريب أفــراد المجتمع ووضع خطة شاملة ومتكاملة‬ ‫للخدمات الطبية الطارئة اإل سعافية (‪ .)EMS‬بينما ترتفع‬ ‫النتائج داخــل المستشفيات إلي نسبة عالية تصل إلى ‪80‬‬ ‫‪ .%‬من المؤسف عــدم وجــود إحصائيات مماثلة بالمملكة‬ ‫العربية السعودية عن النوبات القلبية ومعدل النجاة وإن‬ ‫خبرة جمعية القلب السعودية واألجهزة الصحية قد تشير‬ ‫إلى أن الرقم منخفض للغاية ويرجع ذلك بشكل أساسي إلى‬ ‫حقيقة أن عدد قليل للغاية من افراد المجتمع أو األشخاص‬ ‫الموجودون في اماكن عملهم أو بمناصبهم قد يحتاجون‬ ‫في أي وقت لالستجابة إلى تقديم سبل عناية الطوارئ الطبية‬ ‫اإلسعافية في أماكن عملهم بعد أن تم تدريبهم وحصولهم‬ ‫علي شهادة ذات فعالية في اإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي (سبل‬ ‫المحافظة علي الحياة اإلساسية) وعلى اإلسعافات األولية‬ ‫بمراكز معترفة ومتخصصة في هذا المجال‪.‬‬ ‫قوبلت سابقًا مجهوادت حثيثة برفع توعية أفــراد المجتمع‬ ‫باإلنضمام لبرامج التدريب المعدة خصيصًا لهم بعدم‬ ‫اهتمام كبير‪ .‬تحسن في إهتمام من افــراد المجتمع حالي َا‬ ‫برغبتهم على المعرفة والتدريب والمشاركة الفعلية بعد‬ ‫األوضاع العصيبة التي مرت بوطننا الحبيب وتصاعد وإرتفاع‬ ‫بطي في اول األمر‬ ‫مستمر في معدالت حوادث الطرق‪ .‬تطور‬ ‫ْ‬ ‫في خدمات االهالل األحمر السعودي ولكنه بدأت عالمات تبشر‬ ‫بالخير من خالل جهود مكثفة أوألً من هيئة الهالل األحمر‬ ‫السعودية وبعض المؤسسات الحكومية الصحية اإلخري‪.‬‬ ‫تتألف سلسة النجاة من أربعة حلقات هي‪:‬‬ ‫االتصال الفوري‪.‬‬ ‫اإلنعاش الفوري‪.‬‬ ‫الر َجفان الفوري‪.‬‬ ‫ِإزالَةُ َّ‬ ‫إستقرارالحالة الفوري‪.‬‬ ‫يتمثل الرابط األول في سلسلة النجاة االتصال الفوري ‪ ،‬ولكن‬ ‫هنا لك دور هــام أآل وهــو الوعي والثقافة ومعرفة األمــراض‬ ‫القلبية‪ .‬إن الوقاية خير من العالج وهي تعد القاعدة الذهبية‬

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‫والخطوة األولى في أي جهود يتم بذلها للسيطرة على نسبة‬ ‫ا��تشار المرض وعلى خفض نسبة الوفيات بسبب األمراض‬ ‫القلبيةالوعائية‪.‬‬

‫والضغط علي الصدر الخارجي وهو ما يعرف حاليًا باإلنعاش‬ ‫القلبي الرئوي‪ .‬تتضمن مشاكل التأخير األخرى زمن استجابة‬ ‫المرسل‪ .‬يجب أن يتم تدريب جميع األفــراد على معرفة نداء‬ ‫هيئة الطوارئ لمسرح الحادث بأسرع مما يمكن ثم الدخول‬ ‫الــفــوري بتطبيق اإلنــعــاش القلبي الــرئــوي واذا كــان جهاز‬ ‫الصدمات الكهربائية األتوماتيكي موجود بمكان الحادث وقد‬ ‫تم تدريبه علي طرق استعماله فيجب استخدامه فوراَ‬

‫األول ‪ :‬اليمكن التحكم فيه‪.‬‬ ‫السن ‪.‬‬ ‫الجنس‬ ‫العرق‬ ‫ُ‬ ‫الثاني‪ :‬هي مجموعة عوامل مساعدة وخطرة ويمكن‬ ‫التحكمفيها‬ ‫التدخين‬ ‫إرتفاع معدل ضغط الدم‬ ‫زيادة نسبة الكولسترول في الدم‬ ‫تناول الوجبات الغذائية الدسمة ذات الدهون المرتفعة‬ ‫عدم ممارسة الرياضة‬ ‫اإلصابة بمرض السكري‬ ‫العيش في حياة تزداد فيها الضغوط والتوتر‪.‬‬

‫نسبة عالية من نوبات القلب خارج المستشفى تكون ذات‬ ‫رجفان بطيني أو تسرع بطيني ذو نبض فيجب استخدام‬ ‫الجهاز علي الفور حيث ان النتائج تكون مرتفه في عودة الحياة‬ ‫للمصابين و لوحظ أن معدل النجاة يرتبط بشكل مباشر بمدة‬ ‫التوقف اإلجمالية التي يمر بها المصاب خالل تطبيق الخطوات‬ ‫السابقة وعليه قام المسئولون بتعريف مدة التوقف اإلجمالية‬ ‫بأنها المدة من وقت اإلصابة وحتى إزالــة الرجفان وتتضمن‬ ‫عناصر ثالث وقت االتصال الفوري ووقت مباشرة الحالة الفوري‬ ‫ووقت إسستخدام جهاز الصدمات الكهربائية األوتوماتيكي‬ ‫الفوري‪.‬‬

‫العوامل المساعدة الخطرة‬ ‫تشمل العوامل المساعدة الخطرة علي جزئين‬

‫تعد ممارسة أسلوب التعايش بحياة صحية سليمة ومتزنة من‬ ‫خالل تطبيق الطرق المتزنة في التغذية والتمشي علي نمط‬ ‫صحي سليم وممارستها والتي يجب بدئها منذ سن مبكرة‪.‬‬

‫والتي يمكن تغييرها هوعامل رئيسي إضــافــي‪ .‬نظرا ألن‬ ‫األمراض القلبية غالبا ما تكون دون أعراض فقد تكون متأخرة‬ ‫للغاية بالفعل‪ .‬وعلى الرغم من ذلك يمكنك تغيير العوامل‬ ‫الخطره‪ ،‬وسيكون هناك مردود وفائدة من أسلوب التعايش‬ ‫الصحيالسليم‪.‬‬ ‫هل يمكنك تقديم مساعدة اسعافية إلنقاذ المصاب‬ ‫نعم‪ .‬عندما يصاب شخص ما بحالة إغماء‪ ،‬فإن أهم اإلجراءات‬ ‫التي يمكن أن يقوم بها أي شخص بجانبه أو مشاهد للحالة‬ ‫أآل وهو معرفة طبيعة الحالة الحرجة للمصاب واالتصال الفوري‬ ‫برقم هيئة الطوارئ والمباشرة الفورية لحين حضور فريق‬ ‫اإلنقاذ‪ .‬يعد نظام االستجابة في جميع أنحاء المجتمع‪ ،‬الذي‬ ‫أطلق عليه اسم نظام الخدمات الطبية الطارئة اإلسعافية‬ ‫والذي يتمثل أوألً في االستجابة لألفراد الذين يتواجهون بمكان‬ ‫الحادث أو أألزمات‪ .‬لحسن الحظ ان لدينا نظام الخدمات الطبية‬ ‫الطارئةاإلسعافية‪.‬‬ ‫ربما يكون الحادث غير متوقع وغير مخطط له وقد يشعر أفراد‬ ‫العائلة أواألف ــراد اآلخرين أن مشاعرهم قد شلت وأنهم لم‬ ‫يعتادوا على التعامل مع خطة عمل الطوارئ الرسمية عالوة‬ ‫على ذلك فشل األفراد في معرفة مؤشرات وأعراض النوبات‬ ‫القلبية الخطيرة‪ .‬يمر الكثير من الوقت في البحث عن رقم‬ ‫هاتف الطوارئ‪ .‬يشعر الكثير من األفراد أنه من المالئم االتصال‬ ‫بطبيبهم الخاص أو بقسم الطوارئ بالمستشفى أو بصديق‬ ‫أو بأحد األق ــارب‪ .‬لسوء الحظ تؤخر هذه الخطوات إستجابة‬ ‫النظام الطبي للطوارئ‪ .‬بالنسبة للشخص الذي أنهار فجأة‬ ‫فمن غير المحتمل أن تكون نصيحة الصديق أو القريب أو حتى‬ ‫طبيب قسم الطوارئ مفيدة جدًا‪.‬‬

‫ومن ثم تكون دقيقة واحدة من اإلنعاش جيدة جدًا لتكون‬ ‫أســرع دقيقة في حياة الشخص‪ .‬هناك أسئلة هامة تتعلق‬ ‫بفائدة تلك الدقيقة األولية من اإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي وخاصة‬ ‫إذا كانت بالفعل ‪ 4‬دقائق من اإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي‪ .‬ربما يجب‬ ‫على جميع األفــراد االتصال أوالً «‪ .‬ويعد ذلك ضروريا بالنسبة‬ ‫لألفراد الذين لم يتم تدريبهم على اإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي‪.‬‬ ‫لن يكتمل مشروع المجتمع الوطني «اإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي»‬ ‫وال اإلسعافات األولية بــدون إجــازة السلطة العليا في األرض‬ ‫للتدريب بوفرة واستخدام جهاز الصدمات اآللية‪.‬‬ ‫أن كل ما ذكر سابقًا من دراســات وأبحاث وتطبيق األساليب‬ ‫الحديثة ألسلوب متكامل لخطوات أإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي‬ ‫بدون أي نقص أو تخاذل في التطبيق الفعلي بالدول الغربية‬ ‫لهو دليل قاطع علي إنقاذ الحياة وخفض نسبة الوفيات من‬ ‫حــاالت النوبات القلبية وعليه تري اللجنة بأن تلك الخطوات‬ ‫يجب إتباعها وترسيخها في أذه ــان المواطنين ليكونوا‬ ‫العون األول ضمن رفع مستوي الخدمات اإلسعافية الطارئة‬ ‫لمصابي النوبات القلبية خــارج نطاق عمل المستشفيات‬ ‫والذي يهدف إلي خفض نسبة الوفيات وإنقاذ حياة المصابين‬ ‫لذا يجب التركيز علي الفئات الرئيسية العاملة بالحقل الصحي‬ ‫بجانب العاملين من فئات مساعدة صحية والمواطنين في‬ ‫المؤسسات والهيئات الحكومية والخاصة‪.‬‬ ‫وحيث أن األسواق التجارية يرتادها يوميا العديد من العوائل‬ ‫ومنهم األطفال‪ ،‬النساء وكبار السن فإنه من الضروري على‬ ‫العاملين في األسواق التجارية التدرب على مهارات اإلنعاش‬ ‫القلبي الرئوي واإلسعافات األولية واستخدام جهاز ازالة الرجفان‬ ‫البطيني (‪ )AED‬والعمل على تركيب هذه اإلجهزة في جميع‬ ‫المباني‪.‬‬ ‫مــن خبراتنا السابقة قمنا بعمل برنامج تدريبي توعوي‬ ‫متكامل تحت مسمى (إنعاش) للعمل على تدريب وتوعية‬ ‫أفراد المجتمع على مهارات اإلسعافات األولية واإلنعاش القلبي‬ ‫الرئوي واستخدام جهاز ازالة الرجفان البطيني (‪ )AED‬وقد‬ ‫تمكنا وهلل الحمد من تدريب مجموعة من األســواق التجارية‬ ‫حولالمملكة‪.‬‬ ‫الهدف الرئيسي من هــذه البرنامج هو العمل على توفير‬ ‫تسوق آمن ألفراد المجتمع داخل األسواق التجارية والعمل على‬ ‫تفادي أي ردود سيئة حول عمل األسواق التجارية في المنطقة‬ ‫في حال حدوث أي أمر طاريء السمح اهلل‪.‬‬ ‫أ‪.‬د محمد بن عبداهلل سراج‬ ‫المشرف العام على برنامج إنعاش للتدريب والتوعية على‬ ‫اإلسعافات األولية واإلنعاش القلبي الرئوي‬ ‫مدير عام مركز اإلستشارات والمهارات التدريبية الصحية‬

‫يبدو أن العوامل الحاسمة تتمثل في اإلسعافية والحفاظ على‬ ‫مجري الهواء والقيام تطبيق عملية التنفس االصطناعي‬

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New Retail Experience A Haven for Families, Style Leaders and Trendsetters JAMAL AL SHAWISH Director of Leasing & Sales, Alef Group

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hile some companies struggle to match their mission statements in the real world, Alef Group, a privately held lifestyle experience provider, has done just that with the launch of “Zero 6”, Sharjah’s latest addition to innovative retail venues in the UAE.

Founded in 2013 by Sheikh Khalid Bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Alef Group has lived up to its vision to be “an inspirational lifestyle experience provider that enriches people’s way of life” with the concept of Zero 6. “With a projected AED 4 billion worth of assets and a land bank of AED 1 billion, Alef Group’s developments lead the way in business and leisure projects evolving around the changing needs of Sharjah and the expectations of a new generation,” says Sheikh Khalid.

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the next generation in lifestyle and retail experiences,” Sheikh Khalid added. Located around one kilometre from Sharjah International Airport, Zero 6 is perfectly situated close to high-end residential areas and will welcome a burgeoning new generation of trendsetters, the style conscious and families with children.

“By creating ‘Designed Lifestyle Experiences’ for communities and retailers alike, we are proud to deliver ‘Zero 6’ –

Planning for Great Centres with Solid Returns Phil Mcarthur, CRX, CDP, CSM Founder and Managing Director, McARTHUR+COMPANY

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reat shopping centres never happen without a huge amount of planning, vision and attention to detail. The amount of effort needed to coordinate all the elements to make a stunning retail destination is considerable. Great centres always happen through a wellorchestrated team effort. From the original idea to build a centre in a specific location to opening day and beyond is a business journey that will experience many ups and downs and is always helped by a clear and unified strategy. We have found that strong coordination with the various players in the development cycle is essential. The team has one major objective – to design and build a retail project that will meet or exceed the investor’s financial return expectations. Setting financial goals and establishing

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expectations of the project is relatively easy, the real challenge is to validate these assumptions and create an accurate business plan for the project. A clearly written shopping centre development business plan is essential to the success of any project. Validating investor’s intuition, digging deep to understanding the market competition and consumers behavior and retailer needs is the start of this process.

A good business plan will summarize the research, develop a position for your mall as well as gauge major retailers interest in your project. From this stage developing a physical plan and layout for your project is easier. Adding in all financial aspects such as potential revenues, development costs and financial return sensitivities will help guide the project through the development cycle. Contributions from investors, lenders, developers, finance managers, architects, sub consultants, retailers, leasing managers, marketing and the advertising agency as well as the operator are essential in this process.

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Eng. Omar Nigm Managing Director, Mudon Ahlia Real Estate Company

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or three floors façade for the shops to perform a high street shops look and feel this all leads to climate control natural life experiences within the malls.

esign is one of the most important tools for the developers to form the shopping experience for the end users, if we review the design changes occurred for the shopping malls it would easy reflect the changes in people’s lifestyle, and still the same time ensuring and validating those changes. In Kuwait as the rest of the world the developer who can form a complete life and social experience within the malls will grant the customers loyalty. As people are incredibly spending more time inside the malls – such a fact is leading the developers and designers to simulate the nature but indoor including

If you are a resident in Kuwait who is willing to go shopping in the month of June where temperature is 50°C or more, you would be really grateful for such design criteria. Gate Mall

all the elements like light, plants, water, even the street’s softscape. Having new malls with huge skylight, waterfalls, large scaled trees and two

Reem Island – The future Shane Eldstrom, CRX, CDP, CLS, CSM Chief Operating Officer, Al Farwaniya Property Developments, LLC

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urrently pegged as the epitome of Abu Dhabi’s developmental ambitions, with rising residential and office towers, few areas rival the rapid growth experienced by Reem Island. Located on the eastern side of the city’s mainland and designed as a 6.5 million square meter large master planned community, at maturity, Reem Island will be home to more than 210,000 residents.

developed residential and commercial zone, which is largely viewed as “the new Abu Dhabi.” Residents and new comers to Abu Dhabi City have also taken a keen interest in the impeccable facilities on offer in Reem Island’s completed communities, with a growth in numbers of people now calling

Sky Towers, Hydra Avenue, Gate Towers and the Arc to name a few. Easily accessible from Abu Dhabi mainland, adjacent commercial and business hubs on Al Maryah Island and a short drive away from leisure and culture destinations Yas and Saadiyat Islands, Reem Island is fast becoming a hub that shapes the city’s future socio-economic landscape while offering unrivalled amenities for the enjoyment of the city’s residents and visitors.

Reem Island

Mega projects such as Abu Dhabi’s much-anticipated Reem Mall will enhance this highly popular new master-

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the island home. Residential developments which form Reem Island’s impressive skyline include Marina Square, Sun and

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How to Select a Great Franchise? Nabil Gebrael, CSM

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Managing Partner/CFO Cascada Village

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t all starts out with passion and intuition followed by deep research- due diligence of the franchise opportunity. It would be nice if all concepts work all the time and in every country, but in reality it doesn’t. Therefore local intelligence/ experts and due diligence are a must. Brand and Money alone can’t do it. With the local experts on board and a team

ready to work, you should be able to figure out the concept competitive edge, product positioning, and concept sustainability. You must ask: Has the franchise been proactively reacting to the changing retail landscape, with a proven track record? Equally important, you should feel a synergistic fit with the environment and people you are representing and will be working with. The franchise must be run by passionate people with a strong vision and outlook

into the future. The franchise must have an extensive support system with people and materials that have been specifically developed for each phase of the process. All of the above will ensure you have selected the right franchise, but to ensure success, the franchisee must secure great locations, local market and operational expertise, and sufficient financing. The first location must be impressive. Then success replicates itself with a domino effect!

It’s All About Retail Ishwar Chugani CEO & Managing Director, Giordano Middle East (FZE) and Executive Director & Board Member of Giordano International, Hong Kong

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ith e-commerce, m-commerce and more, retail business has completely changed - dwelling on past retail practices will mean that you will miss the future. The world of retail is incredibly competitive, with customers inundated by the various lines, styles and brands available and every retailer vying to get a substantial slice of the market pie. Now, more than ever, retailing needs to be upfront, straightforward, relevant, functional and affordable. What will really set one apart is customer interaction and engagement. Your loyal customers return because of the experiences you create visa-vis that of your competitors.

your promise and then ensure that all elements are synchronized to nurture the bond.

The recipe for retail success is delivering quality products and a unique brand experience. Like any relationship, making it work takes trust, understanding and commitment - know your customers, make

To enjoy long term profitability retailers need to reach out from the confines of the box, continually innovating in order to attract consumers. Every retailer must accept that previous practices may soon be obsolete – change is here and will continue. As John F. Kennedy puts so well - “Change is the law of life and those who look only to the past and present are certain to miss the future.”

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Dubai’s retail market in review and predictions for 2016 Oliver Morgan MRICS

2015 in review Despite a strong start to the year with 56 million visitors to the Dubai Shopping Festival (“DSF”) spending around AED 145 billion, some retailers reported a fall in sales in 2015. This has largely been attributed to a slowdown in the economies of some typically high spending source markets, political instability in certain areas of the MENA region and unfavourable exchange rates for dollar pegged currencies, making Dubai a relatively more expensive retail destination. In particular, luxury jewellery and designer fashion retailers have stated that sales were down during 2015, notably due to Chinese shoppers not purchasing in the volumes of the recent past. UAE wide, the EIU estimates that retail sales volumes will have decreased by 0.7% in 2015 but will return to growth in 2016, averaging 1.6% a year over the period 2016 to 2019. Approximately 2.5 million sq ft of mall retail space in Dubai was added to the market in 2015, including the Mall of the Emirates expansion, City Centre Me’aisem and The Golden Mile Galleria on Palm Jumeirah. According to survey work undertaken by GRMC, during 2015, 27.5% of tourists visiting malls were from the GCC, followed by 24.2% from South Asia and 20.4% from Europe. Expectation on disposable income levels in 2015 and 2016, comparison to previous year, Dubai

Source: GRMC

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Director, Real Estate, Deloitte Corporate FInance Limited

Key tourist retail mall source markets, Dubai, 2015

Source: GRMC

A significant amount of speculative retail space has been announced in Dubai, however, we consider it unlikely that all of this will be constructed in the shortto-medium term. We estimate that there is approximately 12.5 million sq ft of mall retail GLA in the confirmed pipeline, of which 4.3 million sq ft is planned for delivery in 2016, based on current completion dates. Approximately 40% of planned retail supply in 2016 comprises the expansion of existing malls and 5% community retail projects (on a GLA basis). The retail pipeline over the next four years shows a focus on development in high density and growing communities such as Palm Jumeirah, Jumeirah Village and International City, which could positively impact residential real estate prices in these locations. In the context of growing supply, both existing and planned retail schemes in Dubai are competing to differentiate and we predict that this will continue in 2016. We have seen existing malls re-position their tenant mix, the development of more creative urban retail concepts and the creation of unique attractions to complement retail use, such as BOXPARK and The Dome Box cinematic experience.

Predictions for 2016 • Research undertaken by GRMC indicates that only 31.9% of households in Dubai think they will have more disposable income in 2016 compared to 52.9% of households during 2015 • We predict there will be a moderation in retail sales growth in 2016 against a strong dollar and slowing demand from countries such as Russia, China and parts of Europe. • We predict that retail rental growth in Dubai will be relatively flat in 2016, with the exception of super prime malls, which we predict will continue to experience strong demand as they benefit from both tourist and resident spending. • In light of new retail supply in 2015 and planned additions in 2016, offering retailers more choice, we predict that landlords of some secondary malls will need to incentivize the major retail groups to retain certain brands, for example through capex contributions, or rental reductions.

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Entrepreneurial Spirit Driven by Passion Expert Views

Hikmat Traboulsi Country Manager UAE, Abu Issa Holding

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he importance of passion in business is beyond imagination. Every part of the business fueled by passion, naturally finds its way to excellence as it does not only provide a sophisticated view on opportunities and market gaps, but also leads the Group’s vision to keep the team motivated until the goals are achieved. Therefore, the relationship of passion with everything we do is highly indispensable, driving us to do what we love the most; luxury retail and distribution. Developing spectacular homegrown concepts; Mosafer, Arabesq, Nest Home Living, & Secret Notes, building brands regionally and internationally with an

NYC), demonstrates our entrepreneurial enthusiasm in accomplishing some of our Group’s goals. Certainly, this would not have been achievable without strategic planning, solid foundations and state of the art infrastructure, such as our recently inaugurated Group logistics DC in Jebel Ali.

Omni channel approach and expanding our retail network to new markets such as Turkey, South Africa & USA (Mosafer/ Off 5th Avenue on 24 West 57th Street

It is quite common to neglect opportunities we are less passionate about, but that is exactly what carves our true Holding identity and drives us to dream bigger every day.

The relationship of passion with everything we do is highly indispensable, driving us to do what we love the most; luxury retail and distribution.

The Entertainment Sector in Oman Maimunah Soliman Shebani Strategy & Business Development Manager, INMA Property Development

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man’s entertainment sector is growing and will continue to grow considering Oman is a young nation with over 50% of the population is under the age of 24 years. With favorable demographics, the entertainment sector, particularly cinemas, have a very bright future.

The growth of cinemas in Oman in 2015 has been very impressive, with 27 screens in various locations added to the market, there is no doubt that cinemas are at the core of the entertainment experience in Oman. Technology has also played a big role in the growth of cinemas. Consumers’ no longer have to call or physically go to the cinema to check what movies are playing. With a click of your finger, you can view what’s showing and buy your tickets online. Convenience is a key element in a world when time is scarce and consumers really do value that.

of Oman. Although times are tough, consumers still want to enjoy a good evening and are unwilling to cut the leisure experience. Contrary to popular belief, Entertainment is at the core of consumers’ spending habits and continues even when discretionary spending is under pressure.

Entertainment has become an essential part of everyday family life and is embedded in the DNA of the social fabric

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2016 Rise of Fashionable Value Retail Marketing Manager, Matalan Middle East

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s oil prices drop and the impact on world economies starts to filter through to the Shopping Malls, more and more customers are turning to value fashion retailers. Gone are the days of ‘make do and mend’. With younger consumers’ thirst for fashion and tighter wallets, and older shoppers who increasingly choose to build their wardrobes from a mix of value products and midrange items, there is a clear opportunity for fashionable value retailers to extend their stake in the market even further. In the recession of 2009, value fashion retailers outperformed the rest of the market, both in sales and opening of new outlets. We expect to see a similar spike in sales and new store openings in 2016.

As value fashion retailers’ market share and customer numbers increase, the major shopping malls are giving more and more space to this segment. They recognise that the value fashion stores and their bigger marketing budgets attract significant customer numbers to their malls, bringing benefit to everyone.

Experience tells us that during tough times customers still want to shop, but price is the key. The Middle East currently offers customers a choice of some of the best and most fashionable value brands, from the United States, United Kingdom and France. As the value fashion brands attract more and more customers, the range of stores will only get better.

Investing in VM & SD to elevate brand image & sales Anand Kumar Govindan Executive Director, ABRA VM & SD International

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iddle East is at the forefront of popularizing mall culture and retail business accounts for a major part of the region’s commercial activity; with UAE and Dubai specifically having led the way in the past decade establishing some outstanding mall environments and ‘’world firsts’’ in the process. This in turn has ensured that top brands from world over have set shop in this region. Where as this is a treat for residents and tourist alike, for the retailers this means increasing competition. Brands should hence invest in visual merchandising (VM) & store design (SD) with industry specialists, to maximize their brand potential through designing and executing brand specific

communication that drives customer traffic in-mall and in-store. Such displays can be divided into two main categories; permanent and temporary. Permanent merchandising is a long term investment which permits the brand to

Every retailer must accept that previous practices may soon be obsolete – change is here and will continue.

create a brand centric retail environment where the shopper is more engaged with the brand in their allocated store space. This is complimented by in-store brand associate who is able to educate, advice and encourage trial of the product. On the other hand, brands may use temporary animations to support a new launch or drive sales of an existing line through pop-up displays within mall aisle or instore. This is almost always combined with promoters who persuade trial of product and introduce the brands offerings and promotions. Bigger brands normally use a combination of both by strategizing for the temporary setups to drive traffic towards the permanent merchandise and in turn increase store footfall and sales.

*All brand names and designs showcased here are copyrighted and trademarked by the respective content creators, ABRA has been involved at various stages of development of such projects and publish these in the interest of the industry.

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Mall of Qatar: A Reflection of the Developers’ Commitment to Qatar’s Economic Diversification Rony Mourani General Manager, Mall of Qatar

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create during construction and upon completion. The Mall of Qatar management is committed to build and maintain its leadership in order to meet partners and customers’ expectations.

pening second half 2016, Mall of Qatar, spread over 5.4 million square feet with over 500 stores, is setting new super regional mall standards. The nation’s mall will be a jewel in Qatar’s National Vision 2030, offering visitors a wide selection of major international brands, over 100 food and beverage outlets as well as a 5 star luxury hotel, part of Curio, a Collection by Hilton. The Mall’s 19-screen Cineplex will include the largest IMAX Laser 3D projection system in the world, 7 VIP screens on 3 levels, an 8 lane bowling alley and in-theatre gourmet food service, with a Family Entertainment Complex spread over 16,500 sq. m of multilevel entertainment for children and adults. Mall of Qatar will be an entertainment destination premiering the world’s first resident troupe, performing

Mall of Qatar

mall wide entertainment and custom developed live shows on a 360 degree multi-lift rotating festival stage with theatrical sound and lighting and animated water features.

The Mall of Qatar will host an estimated 20 million visitors in its first year. The forecast of tourist arrivals is estimated at 3 million in 2015 and 3.5 million in 2018. Qatar’s tourism sector is growing thanks to a strategic geographic location with easy access into markets in Asia, Europe and Americas, extensive cultural tourism offering and high impact global events such as FIFA World Cup 2022.

The project reflects the commitment of the developers to Qatar’s economic diversification as well as human and social development through the opportunities and jobs that the development will

Arabian Oud, from Regional to International Raffi Ayad Group Executive Director, Arabian Oud

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ven with the boom of the digital shopper and e-commerce in the last decade, consumers are keeping the trend of walking around the retail physical world. This path is punctuated by fragrances, and local perfume brands are looking forward to opening new markets. Arabian Oud, established in the year 1982, specializing in high quality perfumes, owns 34% of the total beauty products sales in the region. With more than 35 years of expertise in the production of authentic scents and is now an international brand name for oriental perfumes with huge international expansion plans which started in the year 2000 upon opening its first branch outside the GCC in London, the success of this branch opened the doors for other branches in Europe and later the

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Far East. Arabian Oud is opening its first flagship store in Times Square, New York, with future plans to open in Washington DC and Los Angeles as part of the American expansion plan. Arabian Oud has now 720 branches with flagship stores in key cities of the world like London, Paris, Amsterdam, Moscow, Istanbul and Kuala Lumpur.

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More Than a Party... A Celebration of IMPACT Executive Director and President, ICSC Foundation

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he ICSC Foundation Gala at RECon in Las Vegas, Nevada is a special night dedicated to high level business networking, entertainment and raising funds to strengthen the global retail real estate industry. Preparations are well underway and we look forward to another grand event this May. This charitable tradition allows us to celebrate those who have reaped the benefits of the ICSC Foundation’s programs through scholarships and by providing countless hours of selfless service to make our communities stronger. Make no mistake. This is a fun event. Anyone who is anyone in retail real estate attends. They are both generous and pragmatic. We welcome these men and

in the world, we are excellent stewards of the investment you make in us. Do you plan to be in Las Vegas in May? Would you like to be in the room with the most respected names in our industry? Join us. There is no better way to kick off your RECon than with the ICSC Foundation Gala Sunday night. www.ICSCFoundation.org/2016gala

women because, like them, we measure philanthropy by impact created, not just by dollars given. No matter where you are

YOU CAN HELP BUILD A STRONG RETAIL REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY IN MENA The ICSC Foundation is ICSC’s charitable arm dedicated to strengthening the global retail real estate industry through education and community outreach programs. THE GOAL

THE BENEFIT

To raise $1 million or 3.7 million Dirhams to support the next generation of retail real estate professionals in the region.

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COUNTRY PROFILES Algeria

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Bahrain

59

Egypt

63

Iraq

63

Jordan

63

Kazakhstan

64

Kuwait

59

Lebanon

64

Libya

64

Morocco

65

Nigeria

65

Oman

60

Pakistan

65

Qatar

60

Saudi Arabia

61

Sudan

66

Tunisia

66

United Arab Emirates

61

Yemen

66


Country Profiles

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Bahrain Macroeconomic Overview

Retail Mall Overview

Indicators

Value

GLA Indicators

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2010 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

4.4%

Current Mall GLA (sqm)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

2.3%

Mall GLA per capita (sqm)

23,833

Other Indicators

Inflation (Yr 2015)

1.5%

Total Mall Footfall*

Estimated Unemployment

4.1%

Avg. Mall Occupancy

No: of Hotel Rooms

0.72

61,430,000 82%

10,500

No: of Tourists*

Source:GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

633,800 Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

GDP and Population Growth Trend GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2010 Prices) (US$ Millions)

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

20,820

22,540

23,950

24,560

25,620

26,160

27,100

28,540

29,830

30,840

960

1,039

1,107

1,178

1,235

1,195

1,208

1,253

1,268

1,294

8%

6%

3%

4%

2%

4%

5%

5%

3%

8%

7%

6%

5%

-3%

1%

4%

1%

2%

Population (Thousands) Growth Rate

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Kuwait Macroeconomic Overview

Retail Mall Overview

Indicators

Value

GLA Indicators

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2010 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

0.7%

Current Mall GLA (sqm)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

2.8%

Mall GLA per capita (sqm)

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

32,207

920,000 0.22

Other Indicators

Inflation (Yr 2015)

3.3%

Total Mall Footfall*

Estimated Unemployment

2.1%

Avg. Mall Occupancy

73,000,000 92%

8,010

No: of Hotel Rooms

Source:GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

316,000

No: of Tourists*

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

GDP and Population Growth Rate GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2010 Prices) (US$ Millions) Population (Thousands) Growth Rate

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

110,440

117,060

119,960

111,470

108,830

120,370

129,600

130,660

130,840

132,370

3,183

3,400

3,442

3,485

3,582

3,682

3,785

3,890

3,999

4110

6%

2%

-7%

-2%

11%

8%

1%

0%

1%

7%

1%

1%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

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GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

926,000


COUNTRY PROFILES

Oman Macroeconomic Overview

Retail Mall Overview

Indicators

Value

GLA Indicators

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2010 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

4.0%

Current Mall GLA (sqm)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

6.1%

Mall GLA per capita (sqm)

Country Profiles

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

16,210

401,000 0.09

Other Indicators

Inflation (Yr 2015)

0.4%

Total Mall Footfall*

Estimated Unemployment

8.0%

Avg. Mall Occupancy

40,500,000 91%

14,900

No: of Hotel Rooms

Source:GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

2,193,000

No: of Tourists*

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

GDP and Population Growth Rate GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2010 Prices) (US$ Millions)

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

45,030

47,030

50,890

54,000

56,590

58,910

62,310

65,230

67,150

70,080

2,577

2,743

2,867

3,174

2,773

3,295

3,623

3,855

3,993

4,323

4%

8%

6%

5%

4%

6%

5%

3%

4%

6%

5%

11%

-13%

19%

10%

6%

4%

8%

Population (Thousands) Growth Rate

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Qatar Macroeconomic Overview

Retail Mall Overview

Indicators

Value

GLA Indicators

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2013 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

4.4%

Current Mall GLA (sqm)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

9.7%

Mall GLA per capita (sqm)

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

89,386

Inflation (Yr 2015) Estimated Unemployment

1,080,000 0.45

Other Indicators

1.6%

Total Mall Footfall*

0.2%

Avg. Mall Occupancy

88,000,000 95%

13,800

No: of Hotel Rooms

Source:GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

2,968,000

No: of Tourists*

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

GDP and Population Growth Trend GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2013 Prices) (US$ Millions) Population (Thousands) Growth Rate

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

85,840

101,280

119,170

133,410

159,550

180,890

189,720

198,410

206,310

216,000

1,043

1,214

1,447

1,639

1,715

1,733

1,833

2,004

2,216

2,416

18%

18%

12%

20%

13%

5%

5%

4%

5%

16%

19%

13%

5%

1%

6%

9%

11%

9%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

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Saudi Arabia Macroeconomic Overview

Retail Mall Overview

Indicators

Value

GLA Indicators

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2010 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

3.2%

Current Mall GLA (sqm)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

2.4%

Mall GLA per capita (sqm)

21,638

Other Indicators

Inflation (Yr 2015)

2.1%

Total Mall Footfall*

Estimated Unemployment

5.7%

Avg. Mall Occupancy

No: of Hotel Rooms

0.15

355,000,000 95%

290,000

No: of Tourists*

Source:GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

15,850,000 Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

Saudi Arabia - GDP and Population Growth Rate GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2010 Prices) (US$ Millions) Population (Million)

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

435,070

461,140

500,000

509,150

533,400

586,520

618,100

634,600

656,610

679,130

24,122

24,941

25,787

26,661

27,563

28,376

29,196

29,994

30,770

31,386

6%

8%

2%

5%

10%

5%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

2%

Growth Rate

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data.,GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

United Arab Emirates Macroeconomic Overview

Retail Mall Overview

Indicators

Value

GLA Indicators

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2007 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

4.0%

Current Mall GLA (sqm)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

3.0%

Mall GLA per capita (sqm)

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

33,521

5,220,000 0.54

Other Indicators

Inflation (Yr 2015)

3.3%

Total Mall Footfall*

Estimated Unemployment

3.2%

Avg. Mall Occupancy

584,640,000 95%

145,000

No: of Hotel Rooms

Source:GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

18,000,000

No: of Tourists*

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016 *GRMC estimates

GDP and Population Growth Rate GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2007 Prices) (US$ Millions) Population (Thousands) Growth Rate

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

247,850

255,740

263,910

250,070

254,160

266,580

285,830

298,180

311,810

321,160

5,012

6,219

8,074

8,200

8,264

8,512

8,768

9,031

9,302

9,581

3%

3%

-5%

2%

5%

7%

4%

5%

3%

24%

30%

2%

1%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

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GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

4,700,000


COUNTRY PROFILES Algeria Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Indicators

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2001 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

3.1%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2015)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

2.4%

No: of Hotel Rooms

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

1,613

Inflation (Yr 2015)

Value 11.5% N/A 3,180,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

2.0%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Country Profiles

GDP and Population Growth Trend Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2001 Prices) (US$ Millions)

49,682

50,519

52,223

53,455

54,328

56,292

57,884

59,394

61,057

63,377

65,000

Population (Thousands)

32,855

33,351

33,858

34,591

35,268

35,978

36,717

37,495

37,900

39,500

40,290

Growth Rate

Yr 2015

2%

3%

2%

2%

4%

3%

3%

3%

4%

3%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

1%

4%

2%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data, World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

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COUNTRY PROFILES Egypt Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2011/2012 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

2.3%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2015)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

2.4%

No: of Hotel Rooms

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

2,476

Inflation (Yr 2015)

11.4%

Indicators

Value 12.9% N/A 10,504,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD,GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2011/2012 Prices) (US$ Millions) Population (Thousands)

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

145,906

155,892

166,941

178,888

187,248

196,886

200,361

204,822

209,118

213,642

219,000

70,748

72,212

73,644

75,229

76,925

78,728

80,400

82,400

84,700

86,700

88,434

7%

7%

7%

5%

5%

2%

2%

2%

2%

3%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

3%

2%

2%

Growth Rate

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Iraq Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2007 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

1.6%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2014)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

2.6%

No: of Hotel Rooms

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

Indicators

4,351

Inflation (Yr 2015)

Value 16.4% N/A 927,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

3.0%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD,GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP and Population Growth Trend Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2007 Prices) (US$ Millions)

93,196

98,451

100,310

108,564

112,233

119,418

128,430

146,329

155,946

152,642

153,000

Population (Thousands)

27,377

28,064

28,741

29,430

30,163

30,962

31,760

32,578

33,417

34,278

35,161

6%

2%

8%

3%

6%

8%

14%

7%

-2%

0%

3%

2%

2%

2%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

Growth Rate

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Jordan Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 1994 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

2.6%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2013)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

2.2%

No: of Hotel Rooms

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

Indicators

2,345

Inflation (Yr 2015)

Value 12.6% N/A 4,364,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

1.9%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP and Population Growth Trend GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 1994 Prices) (US$ Millions) Population (Thousands) Growth Rate

Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

10,406

11,248

12,167

13,047

13,762

14,079

14,444

14,826

15,246

15,719

16,000

5,473

5,600

5,723

5,850

5,980

6,113

6,249

6,388

6,530

6,675

6,824

8%

8%

7%

5%

2%

3%

3%

3%

3%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

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COUNTRY PROFILES Kazakhstan Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2007 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

3.9%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2015)

5.0%

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

1.5%

No: of Hotel Rooms

N/A

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

2,922

Inflation (Yr 2015)

5,610,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

9.0%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Country Profiles

GDP and Population Growth Trend GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2007 Prices)

(US$ Millions)

Population (Thousands)

Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

30,165

33,393

36,365

37,565

38,016

40,791

43,850

46,043

48,805

50,904

51,668

15,219

15,395

15,566

15,778

16,198

16,434

16,674

16,912

17,165

17,422

17,683

Growth Rate

Yr 2015

11%

9%

3%

1%

7%

7%

5%

6%

4%

2%

1%

1%

1%

3%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Lebanon Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2000 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

2.9%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2014)

1.0%

No: of Hotel Rooms

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr) GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

Indicators

7,246

Inflation (Yr 2015)

Value 6.4% N/A 1,354,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

1.0%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP and Population Growth Trend GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2000 Prices)

(US$ Millions)

Population (Thousands)

Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

20,229

20,553

22,485

24,531

27,058

29,222

29,485

30,311

31,069

31,690

33,000

3,987

4,080

4,140

4,186

4,247

4,341

4,383

4,425

4,467

4,510

4,554

2%

9%

9%

10%

8%

1%

3%

2%

2%

4%

2%

1%

1%

1%

2%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

Growth Rate

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Libya Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2003 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

-15.7%

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

Indicators

Value 19.4%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2015)

1.4%

N/A

No: of Hotel Rooms

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

2,559

Inflation (Yr 2015)

11.6%

93,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD,GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP and Population Growth Trend GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2003 Prices)

(US$ Millions)

Population (Thousands) Growth Rate

Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

28,681

30,545

32,486

33,352

33,089

34,750

13,179

26,949

23,296

17,698

16,000

5,590

5,690

5,780

5,880

5,960

6,041

5,923

6,004

6,086

6,168

6,252

7%

6%

3%

-1%

5%

-62%

104%

-14%

-24%

-10%

2%

2%

2%

1%

1%

-2%

1%

1%

1%

1%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

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COUNTRY PROFILES Morocco Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2007 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

4.6%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2015)

9.8%

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

1.0%

No: of Hotel Rooms

N/A

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

2,746

Inflation (Yr 2015)

9,852,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

1.6%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2007 Prices)

(US$ Millions)

Population (Thousands)

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

58,140

62,544

64,753

68,589

71,499

74,227

78,121

80,473

84,275

86,312

92,000

30,172

30,506

30,841

31,177

31,514

31,851

32,187

32,522

32,853

33,179

33,503

Growth Rate

Yr 2015

8%

4%

6%

4%

4%

5%

3%

5%

2%

7%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Nigeria Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2010 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

5.2%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2015)

2.7%

No: of Hotel Rooms

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr) GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

1,985

Inflation (Yr 2015)

10.5%

Indicators

Value 8.2% N/A 919,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP and Population Growth Trend GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2010 Prices)

(US$ Millions)

Population (Thousands)

Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

182,092

197,254

215,128

232,369

253,214

278,456

292,065

304,564

320,993

341,247

354,750

136,253

140,004

143,854

147,810

151,874

156,051

160,342

164,752

169,282

173,938

178,721

8%

9%

8%

9%

10%

5%

4%

5%

6%

4%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

Growth Rate

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Pakistan Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2005 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

4.0%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2015)

6.5%

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

2.0%

No: of Hotel Rooms

N/A

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

533

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

Inflation (Yr 2015)

3.2%

1,040,000

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP and Population Growth Trend GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2005 Prices) Population (Thousands) Growth Rate

(US$ Millions)

Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

Yr 2015

69,268

73,300

77,358

81,217

81,510

83,613

86,643

89,967

93,254

97,009

101,121

152,530

155,370

158,170

164,660

168,180

171,730

175,305

178,910

182,530

186,190

189,870

6%

6%

5%

0%

3%

4%

4%

4%

4%

4%

2%

2%

4%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

2%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

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COUNTRY PROFILES Sudan Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2007 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

3.7%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2015)

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

3.1%

No: of Hotel Rooms

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

455

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

Inflation (Yr 2015)

Indicators

15.5%

Value 13.3% N/A 912,000

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Country Profiles

GDP and Population Growth Trend Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2007 Prices) (US$ Millions)

12,529

13,646

14,805

15,256

15,970

16,450

16,244

15,689

16,306

16,888

17,479

Population (Thousands)

35,300

36,218

37,159

38,126

39,117

40,134

32,661

35,056

36,164

37,289

38,435

Growth Rate

Yr 2015

9%

8%

3%

5%

3%

-1%

-3%

4%

4%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

-19%

7%

3%

3%

3%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Tunisia Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2004 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

1.3%

Estimated Unemployment (Yr 2015)

1.0%

No: of Hotel Rooms

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr) GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

Indicators

2,340

Inflation (Yr 2015)

Value 15.0% N/A 6,495,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

4.4%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP and Population Growth Trend Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2004 Prices) (US$ Millions)

19,792

20,911

22,219

23,210

23,933

24,560

24,088

24,990

25,554

26,142

26,000

Population (Thousands)

10,029

10,128

10,225

10,329

10,440

10,547

10,674

10,776

10,887

10,998

11,110

Growth Rate

Yr 2015

6%

6%

4%

3%

3%

-2%

4%

2%

2%

-1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

1%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

Yemen Macroeconomic Overview Indicators

Value

Average Annual Constant GDP (Yr 2007 Prices) Growth (3 Yr)

-8.1%

Estimated Unemployment

N/A

Average Annual Population Growth (3 Yr)

3.0%

No: of Hotel Rooms

N/A

GDP per Capita US$ (Constant Prices) (Yr 2015)

Indicators

43

Inflation (Yr 2015)

Value

1,021,000

No: of Tourists (Yr 2015)

20.0%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., World Bank, WTTC, UNCTAD, GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

GDP and Population Growth Trend GDP (Constant Prices) (Yr 2007 Prices) (US$ Millions) Population (Thousands) Growth Rate

Yr 2005

Yr 2006

Yr 2007

Yr 2008

Yr 2009

Yr 2010

Yr 2011

Yr 2012

Yr 2013

Yr 2014

1,483

1,530

1,581

1,638

1,702

1,833

1,600

1,638

1,717

1,714

Yr 2015 1,220

20,975

21,622

22,290

22,978

23,687

24,398

25,130

25,884

26,660

27,460

28,284

3%

3%

4%

4%

8%

-13%

2%

5%

0%

-29%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

3%

Source: IMF, Government Copious Data., GRMC Advisory Services, 2016

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MALLS LISTING Algeria

69

Azerbaijan

70

Bahrain

71

Egypt

81

Georgia

104

Iraq

106

Jordan

111

Kazakhstan

115

Kenya

117

Kuwait

117

Lebanon

129

Libya

137

Morocco

138

Nigeria

141

Oman

144

Pakistan

154

Qatar

157

Saudi Arabia

170

South Africa

229

Sudan

231

Syria

232

Tunisia

233

United Arab Emirates

239

Yemen

297


MALLS LISTING Algeria MALL NAME

CITY

YEAR OPENED/OPENING

PAGE NO.

2012

69

Algiers

2014 December

69

Centre Commercial & de Loisirs de Bab Ezzouar

Algiers

2010 August 5

69

Es Senia Commercial Center

Oran

TBA

70

ALGERIA / AZERBAIJAN / BAHRAIN

Algiers

Ardis Oran

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Ardis Medina Center

Adhari Park

Manama

2008 March

71

Al Aali Shopping Complex

Manama

1996

71

Al Hayat Shopping Centre

Manama

2013 January 10

71

Argan Village

Bu Quwah

2015

72

City Centre Bahrain

Manama

2008 September

72

Country Mall

Budaiya

2007

72

Enma Mall

Riffa

2012

73

GOSI Shopping Complex

Manama

1995 October 1

73

Marassi Galleria

Muharraq

2019

73

Moda Mall

Manama

1983

74

Oasis Mall - East Riffa

East Riffa

2007 2014 Q3 (Extension Opening)

74

Oasis Mall - Juffair

Manama

2018 Q3

74

Oasis Mall - Muharraq

Muharraq

2010

75

Ramli Mall SPC

Aali

2011

75

Seef Mall - Isa Town

Isa Town

1993 February 17

75

Seef Mall - Muharraq

Al Muharraq

2015 January 31

76

Seef Mall - Seef District

Manama

1997 March 11

76

The Bahrain Mall

Manama

2001

76

The Lagoon

Manama

2011

77

Yateem Centre

Manama

1981

77

Azerbaijan MALL NAME Park Bulvar Shopping Center

CITY Baku

YEAR OPENED/OPENING 2010 May 28

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MALL LISTINGS MALLS LISTING Algeria Ardis Medina Center

Centre Commercial & de Loisirs de Bab Ezzouar

Ardis Oran

Algiers

Algiers

Algiers

Bir El Djir

Algiers

Facts and Figures 45,000

Facts and Figures 20,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

-

GLA (sqm):

-

GLA (sqm):

No of Levels:

1

No of Levels:

2

No of Levels:

29

No. of Retail Outlets:

4,000

No. of Car Parks:

54

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,000

No. of Car Parks:

100,000

Mall Size (sqm):

37,873 3

No. of Retail Outlets:

109

No. of Car Parks:

900

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

Weekly Footfall:

280,000

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

2,000,000

Annual Footfall:

2012

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2014 December

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details I am, Morgan De Toi, Bata, Merrel, La Vie En Rose, Icewatch, Adidas

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

-

Ardis Spa

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

About the Development

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

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Hypermarket of 5,000 SQM, down town location, 54 stores 5 minutes away from the east west highway.

Contact Details Dahli Spa TOUR ABC, Pins Maritimes/ P.O. Box 16211 Algiers Algeria +213 21 891 442 s.rahim@algermedina.net www.algermedina.net www.ardis.dz

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

210,000 6,000,000 2010 August 5

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Morgan De Toi, Moa, Jules, Pimkie, Hush Puppies

Ardis Spa

Sea front location, hypermarket of 10,000 sqm sales area, galleria, covered aquapark and food court.

-

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

UNO Hypermarket, Benetton, Nike, Levi’s, Lacoste, Orchestra, Sergent Major, ZARA, Samsonite, Zara Home, Celio, Le Tanneur

Owner/ Developer:

Valartis Asset Management, Societé des Centres Commercaix d’Algérie Spa

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development First shopping center in Algiers, offering a wide mix of high-end retail. Spread over 60,000sqm the centre includes, bowling, 19 restaurants, food, retail and service outlets. Alongside there is children’s entertainment, spa and fitness centre and additional commercial office spaces.

Contact Details ARDIS Spa

Main Company Name:

Bir El Djir Oran Algeria +213 21 891 442 s.rahim@algermedina.net

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website:

-

Centre Website:

-

Address/P.O. Box: City:

Societé des Centres Commercaix d'Algérie Spa Quartier d'Affaires de Bab Ezouar Algiers

Postal Code:

16000

Country:

Algeria

Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

+213 23 924 000 +213 23 924 013 marketing@babezzouar-dz.com direction@babezzouar-dz.com

Company Website:

www.babezzouar-dz.com

Centre Website:

www.babezzouar-dz.com

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Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

Algeria

Bab Ezzouar


MALLS LISTING Algeria

azErbaijan

ALGeria / azerbaijan

Es Senia Commercial Center Oran

Baku

Near Oran University and Ahmed Benbella Airport

Seafront Boulevard, Neftchilar Ave.

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

43,000

Mall Size (sqm):

46,800

GLA (sqm):

34,000

GLA (sqm):

16,500

2

No. of Levels:

99

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,600

No. of Car Parks:

6

No of Levels:

110

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Park Bulvar Shopping Center

550

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

TBA

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2010 May 28

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Hypermarkets, Leisure Zone, André, ZARA, Benetton, Swatch, Celio, Jennyfer

Owner/ Developer:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Management Company: Leasing Company: Main Architects: Main Consultant: Main Contractor:

Mango, Koton, Adidas, Nike

Owner/ Developer:

Société des Centres Commerciaux Algérie

Baku Plaza Ltd

-

Management Company:

-

-

Leasing Company:

-

-

Main Architects:

-

-

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

About the Development

Es Senia Commercial Center is based in the city of Oran. The retail space will include a 8,700sqm hypermarket. Featuring over 100 retail units spread over 2 levels with 1,600 cars park, the centre will include high-end retail and an entertainment complex. Construction commenced in 2013. The mix of retailers will be similar to that in Bab Ezzouar shopping centre which is also developed by SCCA, on the outskirts of Algiers.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Contact Details Valartis Asset Management Nouveau Quartier du Affaires de Bab Ezzouar, 4 Place du Molard

Address/P.O. Box:

Geneva

City:

1211

Postal Code:

Switzerland

Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website:

Baku

Postal Code:

1000

Country: Contact Phone:

+41 22 716 1001

Contact Fax:

f.broto@valartis.ch

Contact Email:

s.deblonay@valartis.ch www.valartisfunds.ch

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Algiers, Algeria

Baku Plaza Ltd Baku Plaza Ltd., Seafront Boulevard, Neftchilar Ave.

City:

+41 22 716 1028

Centre Website:

70

Main Company Name:

Azerbaijan +994 1 2598 8080 +994 1 2498 0558 aladdin.alamholou@parkbulvar.az

Contact Email2:

info@parkbulvar.az

Company Website:

www.parkbulvar.az

Centre Website:

www.parkbulvar.az

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MALLS LISTING Bahrain Al Hayat Shopping Centre

Al Aali Shopping Complex Manama Karbabad Town, Seef District

Facts and Figures

Manama Sugaiya / Southern Manama

Facts and Figures 165,000

Mall Size (sqm):

5,100

GLA (sqm):

2

No of Levels:

48

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,000

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

52,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

25,340

GLA (sqm):

3

No of Levels: No. of Retail Outlets: No. of Car Parks:

12,000 7,000 (Phase 1) 2

No of Levels:

160

No. of Retail Outlets:

600

No. of Car Parks:

34 300

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.2330° N

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.5403° E

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

40,000

-

Annual Footfall:

1,900,000

Annual Footfall:

2008 March

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Other Details Ripleys Believe It or Not, Adhari Theme Park

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Al Khaleej Development Company (Tameer) and Kuwaiti Markets and Commercial Complexes Company

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

Cluttons LLP

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development Adhari Park provides the ideal retail and dining environment for regional and international retailers. The retail precinct, located at the entrance to this entertainment attraction, consists of 25 shops, 5 restaurants and food court outlets.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City:

Manama Bahrain +973 1756 2888

Contact Fax:

+973 1758 7055 tom.carter@cluttons.com -

Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Owner/ Developer:

www.cluttons.com/bahrain www.adharipark.com

62,600

Weekly Footfall:

326,400

Annual Footfall:

2013 January 10

Date Opened/Opening:

Haji Hassan Group WLL

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Megamart, Max, Nasser Pharmacy and Pirate Land

Owner/ Developer:

Etihad Al Khaleej Real Estate BSC

Management Company:

Etihad Al Khaleej Real Estate BSC

Leasing Company:

Etihad Al Khaleej Real Estate BSC

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

Main Architects:

Yousif Daoud Alsayegh and Associates

-

Main Architects:

Main Consultant:

Yousif Daoud Alsayegh and Associates

Ahmed Bucheeri

Main Contractor:

Bassman Contracting

Main Consultant:

Ahmed Abubaker Janahi

Main Contractor:

GPZ

About the Development Al Aali Shopping Complex offers a dynamic gastronomic experience together with internationally acclaimed fashion & jewellery brands. The complex takes the concept of shopping to a higher level of glamour, modern chic and luxury. It also facilitates a Restaurant Walk area comprising of multi cuisine, fine dining restaurants as well as coffee shops and food court casual dining. Fashion brands include bags, clothing, shoes, jewelry, watches and accessories while other categories include kids fashion, menswear, home furnishing & accessories, beauty, perfumes, gifts etc.

Haji Hassan Group of Companies

Address/P.O. Box:

Road 2827, Bldg. 2210, Block 428, Karbabad, Seef District, P.O. Box 530

City: Postal Code: Country:

Manama Bahrain

Contact Phone:

+973 1758 1000

Contact Fax:

+973 1758 1581

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

About the Development Al Hayat Shopping Centre will breathe new life in the southern part of Manama providing upscale shopping and dining experience and family-friendly environment to affluent neighborhoods in the area. Phase 1 was opened in Q1 2013 and offers a variety of retail outlets, services, a large foodcourt, casual dining restaurants and cafes, Pirate-themed play area and ample parking. Phase 2 is set to begin construction soon and will include a five- screen cinema.

Contact Details

Main Company Name:

P.O. Box 5856

Contact Phone: Contact Email:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Other Details Jimmy Choo, Coach, Juicy Couture, Porsche Design, The One, Bahrain Jewellery Centre, Jashanmal, Kartell, Ipekyol, Betty Barclay, Seventh Heaven, Missoni Home, Santa Maria Novella, Yoku Moku, Cafe Cavalli, Café Lilou, Café Hevea, Sarar amongst others

Contact Details Cluttons LLP

Postal Code: Country:

1996

Date Opened/Opening:

hana@hajihassan.com shafeeka.fakier@hajihassan.com www.hajihassan.com www.alaalicomplex.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Etihad Al Khaleej Real Estate BSC Bldg. 514, Road 2810, Block 328, P.O.Box 684 Manama

City:

-

Postal Code:

Bahrain

Country: Contact Phone:

+973 1782 0898 +973 1782 0951

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

h.vaquer@remza.com www.remza.com -

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Manama Shaikh Isa Bin Salman Highway

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Mall Listing Malls Listing

Adhari Park


MALLS LISTING Bahrain ARGAN Village

City Centre Bahrain

Bahrain

Bu Quwah

Facts and Figures

Manama

Budaiya

Seef District

Budaiya Highway

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

11,400

Mall Size (sqm):

157,922

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

19,212

GLA (sqm):

155,029

GLA (sqm):

2

No of Levels:

54

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Country Mall

168

No. of Car Parks:

3

No of Levels:

340

No. of Retail Outlets:

4,800

No. of Car Parks:

10,000 8,000 3

No of Levels:

78

No. of Retail Outlets:

370

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.2323

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.5724

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

2015

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Al Jazira Supermarket, Retail, F&B

Owner/ Developer:

ALARGAN Bahrain ALARGAN Real Estate Project Management Company

Management Company: Leasing Company:

ALARGAN Gulf Real Estate Services

Main Architects:

ALARGAN Real Estate Project Management Company

Main Consultant:

City Engineering Bureau

Main Contractor:

Abdullah Al Darazi & Sons

Located in the Saraya Bu Quwah area of Bahrain, ARGAN Village is an urban village mixing modern and traditional Bahraini style, offering residents across the country a redeveloped public park surrounded by retail and food offerings in a unique setting where individuals and families can spend the entire day in a relaxing, friendly atmosphere. The development is sure to become an iconic center of Bahrain, already having received multiple honors at prestigious property awards shows in the Middle East and Europe.

Contact Details Main Company Name:

Free Trade Zone, P.O. Box 8904 Salmiyah

Postal Code:

22060

Country:

Kuwait

Contact Phone:

+965 2226 3222

Contact Fax:

+965 2226 3232 alargan@alargan.com

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website:

-

Centre Website:

72

14,700,000

Annual Footfall:

1,850,000

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

www.alargan.com

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Date Opened/Opening:

2007

Other Details Carrefour Hypermarket, SAKS Fifth Avenue, Debenhams, Pottery Barn, Centrepoint, Home Centre, Paris Gallery, Virgin, Zara, H&M, Massimo Dutti, Sharaf DG, Marks & Spencer

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Jawad Supermarket, Nasser Pharmacy, EWA Customer Service Centre, Store 1 Electronics and Furniture, Batelco & Viva

Owner/ Developer:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Owner/ Developer:

Management Company:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Management Company:

CBRE Bahrain WLL

Leasing Company:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Leasing Company:

CBRE Bahrain WLL

Country Mall Company

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

Projects

City Centre Bahrain is the largest shopping, leisure and entertainment destination in Bahrain, attracting more than 14.7 million visitors annually. Spread across more than 155,000sqm of retail space, City Centre Bahrain offers an international mix of more than 340 exclusive brands including 60 dining outlets, with major stores such as the Kingdom’s largest Carrefour Hypermarket, Saks Fifth Avenue, Debenhams, Centrepoint, Pottery Barn and Home Centre. The mall’s integrated family leisure offer includes Wahooo! Waterpark, the Middle East’s first and largest indoor-outdoor waterpark, a 20-screen Cineco Cinema, and a Magic Planet. The mall is also adjoined by two premium hotels, the 5-star Westin Hotel City Centre Bahrain and Le Meridien Hotel City Centre Bahrain.

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

P.O. Box 5010 Bahrain

Contact Fax:

+973 1717 8363

Company Website: Centre Website:

Country Mall has car parking on three levels with each level of car parking linking directly into the mall on each of the three mall levels.

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Manama

+973 1717 7777

Contact Email2:

Country Mall is a community mall serving the local communities and providing all essential services.

Contact Details Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Contact Phone: Contact Email:

-

About the Development

About the Development

Contact Details ALARGAN International Real Estate Company

City:

Contact Email:

35,000

Main Contractor:

About the Development

Address/P.O. Box:

Weekly Footfall:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

2008 September

Date Opened/Opening:

-

info.ccb@maf.ae khalid.safa@maf.ae www.majidalfuttaim.com www.citycentrebahrain.com

City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

CBRE Bahrain WLL Country Mall, P.O. Box 11370, First Floor Manama Bahrain +973 1759 2250 +973 1759 2240 fadhel.ali@cbre.com www.cbre.com -

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MALLS LISTING Bahrain Marassi Galleria

Riffa

Manama

Muharraq

Um Nassan Avenue, East Riffa 925

Exhibition Avenue

Diyar Al Muharraq

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

55,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

24,000

GLA (sqm):

3

No. of Levels: No. of Retail Outlets: No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures 30,000 7,433 -

No of Levels:

178,500

Mall Size (sqm):

115,000+

GLA (sqm):

3

No of Levels:

122

No. of Retail Outlets:

160

No. of Retail Outlets:

500

No. of Car Parks:

400

No. of Car Parks:

300+ 5,000+

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26°07'47.92"N

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50°34'27.54"E

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

approx. 61,000

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

approx. 3 million

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2012

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

1995 October 1

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Geant Hypermarket, Sharaf DG, The One Basics, Red Tag, Moods Furniture, Twenty4, Magic Planet Middle Region Development Company S.P.C.

Management Company:

CBRE Bahrain W.L.L.

Leasing Company:

CBRE Bahrain W.L.L.

Main Architects:

Aref Sadeq Design Consultants

Main Consultant:

Aref Sadeq Design Consultants

Main Contractor:

Almoayyed Contracting

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

GOSI Shopping Complex

Management Company: Leasing Company: Main Architects:

Enma Mall is the largest shopping mall in the Riffa area. A true community centre that provides a range of retail brands, coffee shops, lifestyle restaurants and food court dining area with services for the whole family. Enma Mall is the destination mall of choice for those who do not want to travel to the capital.

Gosi

Leasing Company:

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

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Dilmun Tower A, Building 12, Sheikh Khalifa 383, Block 304, P.O. Box 18680

Grimshaw

-

Grimshaw/Puchan Group

Mohammed Jalal Contracting

Main Contractor:

-

The GOSI Complex building is very interesting with a stunning domed roof and a giant wall-mounted aquarium. There are interesting shops and restaurants, and it is a pleasant place to escape from the very busy and noisy Exhibition Road area.

Manama Bahrain +973 7755 5000 sales&mktg@enma.com.bh -

Main Company Name:

Postal Code: Country:

Eagle Hills Diyar

Main Consultant:

Main Contractor:

City:

-

Ahmed AbuBaker Janahi Architects

Main Consultant:

Address/P.O. Box:

Eagle Hills Diyar

Main Architects:

Contact Details Middle Region Development Company S.P.C

About the Development Marassi Galleria, strategically set within Marassi Al Bahrain, will be home to some of the world’s leading retailers, many for the first time in Bahrain. Spread over an area of 230,000sqm, the shopping precinct will host five interconnected lifestyle urban districts, each with a theme tailored to a specific customer: the Highstreet, the Family Plaza, a Waterfront Dining Promenade, an animated rooftop and The Luxury Courtyard. The Highstreet will offer a unique retail experience, integrating F&B concepts with street performance and other bespoke activities. The upper floor will be anchored by a multiscreen cinema and a variety of other entertainment offerings.

Contact Details GOSI Shopping Complex P.O. Box 11300 Manama Bahrain

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

P.O. Box 15149 -

Postal Code:

Bahrain

Country:

+973 1729 1551

Contact Phone:

Contact Fax:

+973 1729 1034

Contact Fax:

gosicomp@batelco.com.bh

Eagle Hills Diyar Manama

City:

Contact Phone: Contact Email:

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

Located in a residential area, Enma Mall is surrounded by East Riffa Secondary Boys School, The East Riffa Sports Club, Khalifa Park and is quickly becoming the go to choice for residents of Riffa.

Contact Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Gosi

About the Development

About the Development

2019

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Batelco Customer Services, Mobile Shops

+973 7789 0000 +973 7789 0001

Contact Email:

Contact Email2:

-

Contact Email2:

Company Website:

-

Company Website:

Centre Website:

-

Centre Website:

Bahrain

GOSI Shopping Complex

FB@eaglehills.com www.eaglehills.com -

www.enmahouse.bh www.enma-mall.com

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MALLS LISTING

Bahrain

Bahrain Moda Mall

Oasis Mall - East Riffa

Oasis Mall - Juffair

Manama

East Riffa

Manama

Bahrain World Trade Centre

East Riffa

Juffair

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

27,750

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

17,100

GLA (sqm):

1

No of Levels:

150

Mall Listing Malls Listing

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,700

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures 18,639 3

No of Levels:

32

No. of Retail Outlets:

351

No. of Car Parks:

-

Mall Size (sqm):

25,380

GLA (sqm):

2

No of Levels:

56

No. of Retail Outlets:

734

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.2398608

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.145286

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.215944

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.5823198

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.569101

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.599306

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2,500,000

Annual Footfall:

1983

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Other Details Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Dior, Emporio Armani, Hermes, Gucci, Cartier, Bahrain Jewellery Centre

Owner/ Developer:

Moda Mall

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

Cushman & Wakefield

Main Architects:

WS Atkins

Main Consultant:

Haj

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

Contact Details Main Company Name:

Moda Mall / Cushman & Wakefield (Bahrain) WLL P.O. Box 75445 Manama -

Postal Code:

Bahrain

Country:

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

74

Owner/ Developer:

Leasing Company:

+973 1753 5140 / +973 1332 3332 +973 1332 3200 peter.gaynor@cushwake.com.bh bwtc.leasing@cushwake.com.bh www.cushwake.com

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Owner/ Developer:

-

Management Company:

Al Rashid Group

Al Rashid Group

Leasing Company:

Landmark Group MSCEB

-

Management Company:

Landmark Group

Main Architects:

Main Architects:

Gulf House Engineering

Main Consultant:

MSCEB

Main Consultant:

Gulf House Engineering

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

Oasis East Riffa is the fastest growing community shopping mall which is located at the intersection of Al Nassan Avenue & Mahzora Avenue in East Riffa. The area is predominantly by residential area and is home to the ruling family. The shopping centre has been operational since December 2007 and is one of the most popular destination in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Contact Details

City:

Contact Phone:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2018 Q3

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Centrepoint, Home Centre, Max, Fun City, EMAX, Fitness First, Koton, New Look, Shoexpress, Bossini, Starbucks, Boots, Asgharali

About the Development

Located in the iconic landmark Bahrain World Trade Center, MODA Mall is a shopping and dining experience like no other in the Kingdom. At MODA Mall everyone can feel exclusive, whether meeting friends for coffee or choosing that special gift, shoppers and visitors can find something for every occasion, be it a must-have handbag or a once in a lifetime jewellery set.

Address/P.O. Box:

Date Opened/Opening:

2007 2014 Q3 (Extension Opening)

-

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

Juffair is a prime residential and commercial district of Manama. The city is home to a growing number of government offices, hotels, restaurants and retail outlets and has a middle to upper class residential demographic.

Contact Details Landmark Retail Limited P.O. Box 25030 Dubai United Arab Emirates +971 4 809 4195 gautam.chandra@landmarkgroup.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

Landmark Retail Limited P.O. Box 25030 Dubai United Arab Emirates +971 4 809 4195 gautam.chandra@landmarkgroup.com

Contact Email2:

-

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website:

-

Company Website:

-

Centre Website:

-

Centre Website:

-

www.modabahrain.com

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MALLS LISTING Oasis Mall - Muharraq

Ramli Mall SPC

Seef Mall - Isa Town

Muharraq

Aali

Isa Town

Muharraq

Aali

Isa Town

Facts and Figures 13,585

GLA (sqm):

3

No of Levels:

22

No. of Retail Outlets:

280

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

80,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

45,000

GLA (sqm):

4

No. of Levels:

115

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,400

No. of Car Parks:

15,317 9,616 2

No of Levels:

120

No. of Retail Outlets:

550

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.264765

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.162557

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26°10'24.90"N

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.615932

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.523295

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50°32'49.35"E

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

87,500

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

1,200,000

Annual Footfall:

4,562,500

Annual Footfall:

2010

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2011

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Centrepoint, Homebox, Max, Emax, Fun City, Asgharali, Sportsone, Shoexpress

Owner/ Developer:

-

Management Company:

Al Rashid Group

Leasing Company:

Landmark Group

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Lulu Group International / Ramli Mall SPC

Management Company:

Line Investments & Property LLC

Leasing Company:

Line Investments & Property LLC

-

Main Architects:

EMAAR

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

United Engineering

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

Al Namal Construction Company

Contact Details Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

The mall has been designed and created by some of the finest minds in the construction and hospitality business. The location of the mall has been selected keeping in mind the space the mall requires and also the developing suburban neighborhoods. Ramli Mall is spread over 45,000sqm. of leasable land, which is home to top international brands. The mall aims to provide a complete shopping and entertainment experience. To this end it has stores that feature anything and everything shoppers may be searching for. It also has an enormous Lulu Hypermarket. The mall also offers great eating and playing options. Enjoy a snack or meal at the food court that can seat 1,400 guests. The restaurants and fast food outlets offer a terrific gourmet experience.

Contact Details Landmark Retail Limited

Main Company Name:

P.O. Box 25030 Dubai United Arab Emirates +971 4 809 4195 gautam.chandra@landmarkgroup.com

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website:

-

Centre Website:

-

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Red Tag, Charles & Keith, Coral, The Body Shop, Syed Junaid Alam, Damas Collections, Aldo, Max, Nayomi, Mikyaji, Pink Potion, Pizza Hut, Papa John's, Vibe Media, Asghar Ali and many more

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

SEEF

Management Company:

SEEF

Leasing Company:

SEEF

Main Architects:

Raglan Squire & Partners

Main Consultant:

COWI

Main Contractor:

Al Hamad Construction & Consultancy Company

About the Development

Muharraq is the fastest growing community which is located at the intersection of Airport Avenue in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The mall is located 2 Km away from the Bahrain International Airport. Oasis Mall is operational since Jan 2010 and is one of the most popular destination shopping centre in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Main Company Name:

1993 February 17

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Lulu Hypermarket, Sharaf DG, Twenty4, Red Tag, Ghassan's Gym & Fox-FEC

Main Architects:

About the Development

-

Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

About the Development Construction work on Isa Town Mall started on 16th November 1990 and the Mall was officially opened on 17th February 1993. The Mall is split into three parts, main, west & east. The main building contains 44 units, the west wing contains 38 units and the east wing 38 units in addition to the RMU’s. The Mall has an Islamic design and is fully equipped to provide all shopping needs. It is surrounded by green areas, footpaths and ample car parking to ease access to it from all directions. The Mall’s location is an extremely good one as it is in the center of Isa Town’s commercial district, next to Isa Town’s main gate. The Mall has also public, commercial and government services.

Contact Details Lulu Group International / Ramli Mall P.O. Box 21584 Building No. 1723, Road-4041, Block-Al Ali 720 Aali 21584 Bahrain +973 1764 6600 +973 1764 6611 info@ramlimall.com muhammedmm@ramlimall.com

Company Website:

www.ramlimall.com

Centre Website:

www.ramlimall.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

SEEF P.O. Box 20084 Isa Town

City:

-

Postal Code:

Bahrain

Country: Contact Phone:

+973 7791 1151 +973 7791 1112

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

ialwazzan@seef.com.bh mailbox@seef.com.bh www.seef.com.bh www.seefmall.com.bh

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Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

Bahrain

Bahrain


MALLS LISTING Bahrain

Bahrain

Seef Mall - Muharraq

Seef Mall - Seef District

The Bahrain Mall

Al Muharraq

Manama

Manama

Al Muharraq

Seef District

Sanabis

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

72,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

30,000

GLA (sqm):

3

No of Levels:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

No. of Retail Outlets: No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures 100,000 78,000 2

No of Levels:

156

No. of Retail Outlets:

750

No. of Car Parks:

343 3,400

Mall Size (sqm):

50,000

GLA (sqm):

41,000 2

No of Levels:

130

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,600

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.255057

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.232607

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26.228566

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.626715

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.536639

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50.537391

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

120,000

Weekly Footfall:

100,000

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

1,300,000

Annual Footfall:

5,200,000

2015 January 31

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Other Details Geant, Novo Cinema, Sharaf DG, H&M, Sun & Sand Sports, Samsung, Starbucks, Wojooh, Splash, Victoria's Secret, Max, TGI Fridays, Jimmy's Killer Prawns, MADO Café, Kosebasi, Bonchon and many more

Owner/ Developer:

Muharraq Mall Company WLL

Management Company:

SEEF

Leasing Company:

SEEF

Main Architects:

DTEP

Main Consultant:

DTEP

Main Contractor:

Al Moayyed Contracting Co.

About the Development

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Muharraq Mall will be the first enclosed shopping centre for Muharraq, anchored by an international supermarket.

Contact Details SEEF P.O. Box 20084 Manama

City:

-

Postal Code:

Bahrain

Country:

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Fu-Com International W.L.L.

Management Company:

Fu-Com International W.L.L.

SEEF

Fu-Com International W.L.L.

Management Company:

Leasing Company:

SEEF

Aref Sadeq Design Consultants

Leasing Company:

Main Architects:

SEEF

-

Main Architects:

Main Consultant:

Raglan Squire and Partners

-

Main Consultant:

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Opened in 1997 and developed by Seef Properties, Seef Mall was designed by Raglan Squire and Partners. Since its opening in the Seef District, Seef Mall has become the top shopping destination in Bahrain. The mall currently attracts a high volume of business both from the local and visiting Arab population and western expatriates. Seef Mall currently offers customers a selection of 340 retail shops of various international and local brands, a sixteen screen multiplex cinema and more than 40 restaurants and coffee shops, offering seating for over 12000 visitors a week. Seef Mall is the original Bahrain family mall and has established a special and strong bond with the community. It is the preferred family shopping hub and entertainment destination. It has an easy access parking facility, hassle free shopping, and a great tenant mix.

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

About the Development “A one stop shopping destination which offers customers everything under one roof” is how we describe this innovative mall.  The Bahrain Mall is anchored by the French Hypermarket chain “Geant”. Besides Geant, the Mall has a range of more than 130 stores to choose from, ranging from international concepts such as Red Tag, The Homestore, Body Shop, Hush Puppies, Mothercare and Starbucks - to local concepts such as Twenty4, Al Hawaj, Ajmal Perfume, to name but a few. The newly renovated food court comfortably seats up to 600 people and provides a wide choice of multi-cultural cuisine.

Contact Details SEEF P.O. Box 20084 Manama Bahrain

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

Contact Phone:

+973 7791 1196

Contact Phone:

+973 7791 1111

Contact Phone:

Contact Fax:

+973 7791 1112

Contact Fax:

+973 7791 1112

Contact Fax:

Contact Email:

ahmeda@seef.com.bh

Contact Email:

Contact Email2:

mailbox@seef.com.bh

Contact Email2:

Company Website: Centre Website:

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Geant Hypermarket, Home Store, Red Tag, Twenty4, Mothercare, Starbucks, Med Cafe, Batelco, Post Office

Owner/ Developer:

Contact Details

Main Company Name:

2001

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Marks & Spencer, Mamas and Papas, Elevation Burger, Home Zone, Toys R Us, BHS, Zara, Sun & Sand Sport, Mango, Marina Exotic, F&F, Guess, Laura Ashley, H&M, Massimo Dutti, Next, Gulf Air, Emirates, Etihad, Casper & Gambinis, Sephora, Paris Hilton, Starbucks, Costa Coffee

About the Development

The design integrates the mall with the new corniche along Arad Bay. An open air amphitheatre will be used for public and cultural events enhancing the historic and tourist attraction that Arad Fort provides.

Address/P.O. Box:

1997 March 11

Date Opened/Opening:

Company Website: Centre Website:

fatma@seef.com.bh mailbox@seef.com.bh www.seef.com.bh www.seefmall.com.bh

Contact Email:

Fu-Com International W.L.L. Building 184, Avenue 28, Block 410, Sanabis, P.O. Box 792 Manama Bahrain +973 1755 8101 +973 1755 5569 info@thebahrainmall.com

Contact Email2:

ilse@thebahrainmall.com

Company Website:

www.thebahrainmall.com

Centre Website:

www.thebahrainmall.com

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MALLS LISTING The Lagoon

Yateem Centre

Manama

Manama

Amwaj Island

City Centre

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

55,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

34,986

GLA (sqm):

3

No of Levels:

139

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,800

No. of Car Parks:

20,000 6,000 3

No. of Levels:

90

No. of Retail Outlets:

54

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

26°14’02.48’’ N

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

50°34’39.11’’ E

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2011

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

1981

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Starbucks, Pizza Express, Costa, Citibank & ID Design Abu Dhabi Investment House

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

Cluttons

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Adidas, Gajria Electronics, Faqihi Bros

Owner/ Developer:

A.M. Yateem Bros.

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

About the Development

About the Development

The Lagoon, is the Abu Dhabi Investment House’s flagship retail scheme on fabulous Amwaj Island. Set around a beautiful inland lagoon the scheme is a major retail attraction in Bahrain. The Lagoon Bahrain is a commercial development at the heart of Amwaj Island comprising over 55,000 square meters of commercial space that is available on a freehold basis. The development lies at the heart of the new community on Amwaj Island supporting both the local population and attracting visitors from Bahrain and the wider G.C.C.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City:

Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

Centre Website:

One thing remains unchanged at the Yateem Centre over 30 years since it threw its doors open for business: the traditional Bahraini way of shopping is not lost in a centre where air-conditioned shopping first began, where the retail mix flavour ranges between cheap and chic. The Centre’s basement parking area eases the woes of people who descend on downtown Manama and often complain about a lack of a parking space. The basement car park is available to the Centre’s customers for free, very convenient if one also plans to take a swing by the souq for a bargain foray after a round of shopping at the Yateem Centre.

Main Company Name:

P.O. Box 5856 Manama Bahrain +973 1756 2888 +973 1758 7005 Tom.Carter@cluttons.com -

Contact Email2: Company Website:

Yateem Centre - Gateway to the Souq

Contact Details Abu Dhabi Investment House

Postal Code: Country:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Facts and Figures

Bahrain

Bahrain

www.thelagoonbahrain.com www.thelagoonbahrain.com

Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

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Company Website:

www.yateemcentre.com

Centre Website:

www.yateemcentre.com

Manama, Bahrain

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Mall Listing Malls Listing

Egypt

MALL NAME

CITY

YEAR OPENED/OPENING

PAGE NO.

Al Gam3a Plaza

Al Mansoura

2015

81

Al Rehab City Gate

Cairo

TBA

81

Al Rehab Mall 1

Cairo

2005

81

Al Rehab Mall 2

Cairo

2007

82

Al Rehab New Souk

Cairo

2009

82

Al Rehab Open Food Court

Cairo

2006

82

Alexandria Casino Al Shatby

Alexandria

2016 Q2

83

Alexandria San Stefano Mall

Alexandria

2006

83

Arkadia Mall

Cairo

2000

83

Assyut City Center

Assyut

2016 October

84

Cairo Festival City Mall

New Cairo

2013 November

84

Citadel Plaza

Cairo

2018 Q1

84

City Centre Alexandria

Alexandria

2003

85

City Centre Almaza

Alexandria

2019

85

City Centre Maadi

Cairo

2002

85

City Light Mall

Alexandria

2013

86

City Square

Cairo

2014 December

86

Citystars - Stars Centre

Cairo

2004 December 16

86

Dandy Mega Mall

Giza

2000

87

Dolphin Mall

Cairo

2013 December

87

Downtown Katameya

Cairo

2012

87

El Abed Mall

El Kalyobya

2007

88

Emaar Square

Cairo

TBA

88

Emerald Empire Mall

Cairo

2014

88

Florence Mega Mall

Alexandria

2015

89

Galleria Moon Valley

Cairo

TBA

89

Genena City

Sharm el Sheikh – South Sinai

2014 August 01

89

Genena Mall

Cairo

1999

90

Golf Porto Marina

Matrouh

TBA

90

Grand Plaza Mall - Mohandeseen

Cairo

2017 Q1

90

Hurghada City Center

Hurghada

2016

91

Katameya Square

Cairo

2016 Q1

91

Kids Mall

Cairo

2015

91

La Cite Shopping Mall

Giza

TBA

92

Madinaty - Arabesque Mall

Cairo

2010

92

Madinaty - City Boulevard

Cairo

TBD

92

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PAGE NO.

Madinaty South Park

Cairo

2014

93

Majarrah Business Complex/Mall

Giza

2016

93

Mall of Arabia

Cairo

2010

93

Mall of Egypt

Giza

2016

94

Mall of Madinaty

Cairo

2017 Q3

94

Mansoura Downtown

Mansoura

2015 July

94

Maxim Mall

Cairo

Mid 2016

95

Meeting Point New Cairo

Cairo

2006

95

Megabite Plaza

Cairo

2016

95

Mirage Mall

Cairo

2014 March

96

Mivida Down Town

Cairo

TBC

96

Orouba Mall - Alexandria

Alexandria

2013 June 18

96

Park Avenue Mall

6th of October

2016 Q4

97

Point 90

Cairo

2015 September 01

97

Porto Cairo

Cairo

2014

97

Porto Marina

Matrouh

TBA

98

Porto New Cairo

Cairo

2017

98

Porto October

Giza

2017

98

Porto Sharm El-Sheikh

Sharm El-Sheikh

2016

99

Porto Sokhna

Suez

2008

99

SunCity Mall

Cairo

2011 November

99

The District, Cairo

Cairo

2014

100

The First Mall

Giza

2000

100

The Outlet

Giza

2013

100

The Spot

Cairo

2015 September 01

101

Tiba Outlet Mall

Cairo

2011 August

101

West Park Community Mall

Giza

2016 January

101

Zagazig New City

Al Sharqiya

2017 January 04

102

Zizinia Mall

Giza

2012 December

102

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Mall Listing Malls Listing

MALL NAME


MALLS LISTING

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Al Rehab City Gate

Al Rehab Mall 1

Al Mansoura

Cairo

Cairo

Al Mansoura

Al Rehab, New Cairo

Al Regab, New Cairo

Facts and Figures 11,300 8,609

GLA (sqm):

3

No of Levels:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

48,760

Mall Size (sqm):

9,660

GLA (sqm):

32,698

GLA (sqm):

6,900

3

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

118

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

200

No. of Car Parks:

83 963

4

No of Levels: No. of Retail Outlets:

102

No. of Car Parks:

340

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

25,000

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

1,300,000

Annual Footfall:

2015

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

TBA

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Concrete, Dalydress, Premoda, Carina, Clue, Tie House, Scarf Home, Pixi, Tara

Owner/ Developer:

Al Gamaa Plaza Company

Management Company: Leasing Company: Main Architects: Main Consultant: Main Contractor:

A Plus

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

About the Development

Contact Details

Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Giza Egypt +201 2 2779 1617 a.elagamy@aplus-eg.com nourelbanna@aplus-eg.com www.aplus.com.eg

Centre Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Orange, Taki, Dary, Pizza Thomas, B TECH & Rehab Cinema

Owner/ Developer:

Talaat Mustafa Group

Management Company:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Leasing Company: Main Architects:

Talaat Mustafa Group

-

Main Consultant:

Space Consultants

Alexandria Construction Company

Main Contractor:

Alexandria Construction Company

About the Development

Contact Details 61, Mohey El Dine Abou El Ezz Street, Level 2

2005

Date Opened/Opening:

HHCP

City Gate was conceptualized to answer the ever growing need for shopping and entertainment facilities in Greater Cairo. The residents of Al Rehab and the residents of surrounding areas and of the city of Cairo in general will find in the city gate a destination that realizes their perception of perfection. The mall consists of retail units, office units, entertainment venue, cinema complex, hypermarket and much more.

A Plus

Company Website:

www.MECSC.org

Talaat Mustafa Group

About the Development

The Mall is located in the heart of Al Mansoura City, in front of the main Mansoura University. The complex consists of residential units and the mall which includes a food court, the entertainment zone, Fun City, and a cinema complex for entertainment.

Main Company Name:

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

-

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

A Plus

-

Al Rehab Mall 1 is the first Mall built in Al Rehab City. It was built to fulfill all Rehab residents’ basic needs - mainly home furniture stores, food court, and basic service shops. This is in addition to a cinema complex for entertainment.

Contact Details Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC) 34/36 Mosadak Street, Dokkie Giza 12311 Egypt

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

12311

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 3749 1171

Contact Fax:

www.apmc-eg.com -

34/36 Mosadak Street, Dokkie Giza

City:

+202 3336 8862 infoapmc@tmg.com.eg

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

+202 3336 8862 +202 3749 1171

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

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Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Al Gam3a Plaza


MALLS LISTING Egypt Al Rehab Mall 2

Al Rehab New Souk

Cairo

Cairo

Cairo

Al Rehab, New Cairo

Al Rehab, New Cairo

Al Rehab, New Cairo

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Al Rehab Open Food Court

Facts and Figures 25,000

Mall Size (sqm):

8,200

GLA (sqm):

2

No of Levels:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

7,300

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

1,500

GLA (sqm):

2

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

217

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

350

No. of Car Parks:

14 300

28,800 3,500 1

No of Levels:

13

No. of Retail Outlets:

120

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

65,106

Weekly Footfall:

17,500

Weekly Footfall:

49,000

Annual Footfall:

3,125,083

Annual Footfall:

910,000

Annual Footfall:

2,700,000

2007

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Other Details Nike, Adidas, Tara, Femina, Fun City Entertainment Park

Owner/ Developer:

Talaat Mustafa Group

Management Company: Leasing Company:

2009

Date Opened/Opening:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Main Architects:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Other Details

Vodafone, Etisalat, Samir & Ali, Coffee Shop Company & HSBC

Owner/ Developer:

Talaat Mustafa Group

Management Company: Leasing Company:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Space Consultants

Main Architects:

Talaat Mustafa Group

Main Consultant:

Space Consultants

Main Consultant:

Space Consultants

Main Contractor:

Alexandria Construction Company

Main Contractor:

Alexandria Construction Company

About the Development

About the Development

Rehab Mall 2 is the largest shopping mall in Rehab City. It is the centerpiece of New Cairo with a community population that has currently reached 160,000 inhabitants. Rehab Mall 2 is currently attracting not only Rehab City’s residents but also other surrounding complexes within New Cairo. It encompasses 217 shops that include a number of the best international and local brand names. The mall also comprises the famous Fun City Entertainment Park and a spacious outdoor parking facility.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

34/36 Mosadak Street, Dokkie Giza

City:

12311

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone:

+202 3749 1171

Contact Fax:

infoapmc@tmg.com.eg www.apmc-eg.com

Centre Website:

82

Address/P.O. Box:

+202 3336 8862

Contact Email2: Company Website:

The new souk is a small avenue / boulevard with retail stores, coffee shops and restaurants. It is located in front of the banks area, attracting businessmen, women and entrepreneurs all day and family and friends all evening.

Main Company Name:

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Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

KFC, TGI Fridays, Grand Cafe, McDonalds, Hardees, Quick 24/7, Costa Coffee, Pizza Hut

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Talaat Mustafa Group

Management Company: Leasing Company:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Main Architects:

Talaat Mustafa Group

Main Consultant:

Space Consultants

Main Contractor:

Alexandria Construction Company

About the Development

Contact Details Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

2006

Date Opened/Opening:

The open food court is the place where every F&B owner desires to have a store with high traffic all night and day. It is the eating area of all residents in Al Rehab, in addition to outsiders with many food outlets from international fast food chains and restaurants to the most famous local food chains.

Contact Details Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC) 34/36 Mosadak Street, Dokkie Giza 12311 Egypt

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

+202 3336 8862

Contact Phone:

+202 3749 1171

Contact Fax:

infoapmc@tmg.com.eg www.apmc-eg.com -

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC) 34/36 Mosadak Street, Dokkie Giza 12311 Egypt +202 3336 8862 +202 3749 1171 infoapmc@tmg.com.eg www.apmc-eg.com -

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Alexandria San Stefano Mall

Arkadia Mall

Alexandria

Alexandria

Cairo

Al Shatby

Alexandria (Corniche)

4 A Corniche El Nil, Ramlet Boulak

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

4,000

Mall Size (sqm):

43,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

3,365

GLA (sqm):

26,000

GLA (sqm):

3

No. of Levels:

16

No. of Retail Outlets:

140

No. of Car Parks:

4

No of Levels:

203

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,500

No. of Car Parks:

10

No of Levels:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

241,885

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

11,724,284

Annual Footfall:

Other Details

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

30.041090

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

31.133953

2006

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Owner/ Developer:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Tatweer Co.

Management Company: Leasing Company: Main Architects:

A Plus

Owner/ Developer:

A Plus

Management Company:

F+A Architects

Main Consultant: Main Contractor:

Leasing Company:

400

No. of Car Parks:

-

2016 Q2

421

No. of Retail Outlets:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

Date Opened/Opening:

9,500 55,000

12,000 2000

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Timberland, LC Waikiki, Gerry Weber, Shana, Double Agent, Levi's, Magrabi Optics, Adidas, Nike, Karen Millen and Promod Talaat Mustafa Group Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Supermarket, Fun Planet, Retail Shops

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Al Ahly for Real Estate Development

Management Company:

TSM Mall Management

Leasing Company:

TSM Mall Management

Main Architects:

-

-

Main Architects:

Weddzerafa

-

-

Main Consultant:

Main Consultant:

Dar Al Handasah

-

Main Contractor:

Main Contractor:

Square

About the Development Casino Al Shatby is a well known landmark in Alexandria. It is known for its significant location being built inside the sea which makes the view spectacular from all outlets in the building. The building will be leased as restaurants and coffee shops.

About the Development

About the Development San Stefano Mall is the most luxurious shopping mall in Alexandria City introducing international brand names in diversified categories for the first time to the city of Alexandria. It is part of the bigger San Stefano Grand Plaza, which also contains the world-renowned Four Seasons Hotel and San Stefano’s lavish residential units. This unique shopping mall is composed of over 200 shops, among which are the best international brand names, as well as the finest local brand names.

First Regional Mall in Egypt, located in the Heart of Cairo. Opened in Year 2000. More than 400 shops ready to satisfy all client needs.

The mall offers much more than shopping- it is an entertainment destination, with a 10-screen cinema complex, and an indoor entertainment park, Fun City.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Contact Details A Plus 61, Mohey El Dine Abou El Ezz Street, Level 2 Giza Egypt +201 2 2779 1617 a.elagamy@aplus-eg.com nourelbanna@aplus-eg.com

Company Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Centre Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

34/36 Mosadak Street, Dokkie Giza 12311 Egypt

Contact Phone:

+202 3336 8862

Contact Fax:

+202 3749 1171

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

www.MECSC.org

Contact Details Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

infoapmc@tmg.com.eg www.apmc-eg.com

Main Company Name:

TSM Mall Management

Address/P.O. Box:

4 Saad El Ali St., Dokki Giza

City:

12511

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 2622 022 +202 3762 9544

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Egypt

Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

mgalal@ts-malls.com www.ts-malls.com -

www.sanstefanomall.com

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Assyut City Center

Cairo Festival City Mall

Assyut

New Cairo

Cairo

New Assyut

Cairo Festival City

Autostrade Road, Mokattam, Facing the Citadel

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

77,390

Mall Size (sqm):

217,769

Mall Size (sqm):

154,948

GLA (sqm):

33,000

GLA (sqm):

168,000

GLA (sqm):

111,568

2

No of Levels:

80

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Citadel Plaza

1,600

No. of Car Parks:

3

No of Levels:

318

No. of Retail Outlets:

6,700

No. of Car Parks:

4

No of Levels:

320

No. of Retail Outlets:

6,200

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

27.156235

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

31.172171

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

310K

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

16M

Annual Footfall:

Date Opened/Opening:

2016 October

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Other Details Panda Hypermarket, CINEPLEX, LC WAIKIKI

Owner/ Developer: Management Company: Leasing Company:

Main Consultant:

TSM Mall Management

Owner/ Developer:

TSM Mall Management

Management Company:

Alkan Real Estate Development

-

Main Architects:

Chapman Taylor

Belal Consultant

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

RMC

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

Arab Contractors / Alkan Networks

Main Contractor:

-

-

Al-Futtaim Group Real Estate

About the Development

About the Development At the heart of Cairo Festival City lies a modern contemporary retail resort which is the focal point of the entire community. Cairo Festival City Mall, an architecturally striking masterpiece, will total gross build-up area of 217,769 sqm upon completion and present an outstanding mix of retailers on a total GLA of 168,000 sqm, anchored by 17 international flagship stores and Kidzania. Additionally, Cairo Festival City Mall comprises 15,000 sqm outdoor pedestrianized entertainment hub; The Village. It brings together stunning combination of outdoor entertainment, boutique retail, restaurants and cafe in an open air, accentuated by lush landscaping and a variety of impressive water features, Cairo’s most extravagant Dancing Fountain and an Amphitheater to take entertainment to another level.

Contact Details TSM Mall Management

Address/P.O. Box:

4 Saad El Ali St., Dokki Giza

City:

Egypt

Country:

Al-Futtaim Group Real Estate

Address/P.O. Box:

Cairo Festival City Site Offices, The Ring Road, Taha Hussein St., South of the Police Academy

City:

+202 3762 9545

Postal Code:

+202 3762 9544

Country:

mgalal@ts-malls.com assyut@tsm-me.com www.assiutcc.com www.assiutcc.com

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Citadel Plaza is the only fully integrated business, commercial, entertainment & touristic complex in the center of Cairo offering a mall of international standing, restaurants, offices, luxury hotels, conference center, serviced apartments, cinemas & more, each unit functioning as a standalone, while complimenting & blending seamlessly into each other. CP is facing a World Heritage site offering breathtaking views of the prominent landmarks of Cairo’s history, notably the Citadel and the Pyramids of Giza, surrounded by Islamic & Coptic Fustat. Responsibly designed in partnership with UNESCO to blend seamlessly into its natural & historic surroundings and enrich their status.

Contact Details

Main Company Name:

12511

Postal Code:

84

Carrefour Hyper Market Cairo Financial & Touristic Company Subsidiary of Alkan Group

Leasing Company:

Contact Details

Centre Website:

Owner/ Developer:

Alkan Real Estate Development

Main Company Name:

Company Website:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Leasing Company:

About the Development

Contact Email2:

Other Details IKEA, KidZania, Marks & Spencer, Carrefour, Home Centre, Zara, 20-Screen Cinema Complex, Lego, Magic Planet and The Village

-

The First Regional Mall in the South of Egypt catering for more than 15m inhabitants.

Contact Email:

2018 Q1

Date Opened/Opening:

Management Company:

Main Contractor:

Contact Fax:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Assyut Invest Company

Main Architects:

Contact Phone:

2013 November

Date Opened/Opening:

Cairo Egypt +202 2618 6000 +202 2618 6060 ahmed.elbeshry@alfuttaim.ae ahmed.safwat@alfuttaim.ae

Company Website:

www.cairofestivalcity.com

Centre Website:

www.cairofestivalcity.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Alkan Real Estate Development Citadel Plaza Cairo Egypt +202 2512 6502-6503 +202 2511 4924 info@alkanred.com nevine.omar@alkanred.com www.alkanred.com www.citadelplaza.com

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MALLS LISTING Egypt City Centre Alexandria

City Centre Almaza

Alexandria

Alexandria

Cairo

Alexandria / Cairo Desert Road

Heliopolis

Maadi Ring Road

77,737

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

61,403

GLA (sqm):

1

No. of Levels:

167

No. of Retail Outlets:

3,200

No. of Car Parks:

31.16865

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

29.932855

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

Facts and Figures 103,455 2

No of Levels:

300

No. of Retail Outlets:

4,000

No. of Car Parks:

Mall Size (sqm):

65,491

GLA (sqm):

28,453 1

No of Levels:

84

No. of Retail Outlets:

2,200

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

13 M

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

11.7 M

Date Opened/Opening:

2003

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2019

Other Details Centrepoint, Homecentre, M&S, Debenhams, Zara, Carrefour

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2002

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Carrefour, Vox Cinemas, Magic Planet

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Carrefour, CP, Zara, H&M

Owner/ Developer:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Owner/ Developer:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Owner/ Developer:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties Egypt

Management Company:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Management Company:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Management Company:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties Egypt

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Leasing Company:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Leasing Company:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties Egypt

Leasing Company: Main Architects: Main Consultant: Main Contractor:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

About the Development

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

www.MECSC.org

-

Main Architects:

-

-

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

City Centre Alexandria is the only regional mall in the city of Alexandria, attracting more than 13M visitors annually. Spread across 61,403 sqm of retail space, City Centre Alexandria offers a unique retail mix, with 167 international and local brands, and a 12,000 square meter Leisure Precinct offering the finest dining outlets across the city, including 11 food court units and four restaurants with separate seating areas. The mall houses major stores such as Debenhams exclusively across Egypt, in addition to Home Centre, Marks & Spencer, Evans and many more exclusively across Alexandria. With a 14,771 sqm Carrefour Hypermarket and 3,200 car parking spaces, the mall offers a unique shopping experience for visitors. The mall’s integrated family leisure offer includes a seven-screen renaissance cinema, and the popular family entertainment destination, Magic Planet.

About the Development

City Centre Almaza, due to open in Cairo in 2019, will be the third “City Centre” shopping mall in Egypt. City Centre Almaza will offer 103,455 square meters of gross leasable area including more than 300 well-loved regional and international brands including Carrefour Hypermarket, a state of the art 16 screen VOX Cinemas complex, Magic Planet family entertainment centre and a host of indoor and outdoor food and beverage and dining options.

Contact Details Majid Al Futtaim Properties Alexandria / Cairo Desert Road, Kilo 6, Opposite to Alex International Park, PO Box 21515 Alexandria Egypt +203 3 970 007 +203 3 970 011 jaidaa.elshennawy@maf.ae www.majidalfuttaim.com www.citycentrealexandria.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

Deira, Majid Al Futtaim Tower II Opposite Deira City Centre P.O. Box 60811 Dubai United Arab Emirates

Contact Phone:

+971 4 206 1677

Contact Fax:

+971 4 294 2220

Contact Email:

-

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website: Centre Website:

Shopping in Cairo has been transformed with the opening of Maadi City Centre. Ideally located on the Katameya Ring Road, Maadi City Centre is home to 84 of the best local and international retailers and restaurants that are spread over 28,453 sqm as well as a comprehensive Carrefour Hypermarket. The state of the art two-story complimentary car park can accommodate up to 2,200 parking spaces to provide you with a convenient blend of shopping, dining and entertainment which makes Maadi City Centre a popular and exciting destination.

Contact Details Majid Al Futtaim Properties

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Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties Egypt Maadi Ring Road Cairo

City:

11435

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 2520 4000 +202 2520 4409

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

jaidaa.elshennawy@maf.ae www.majidalfuttaim.com www.citycentremaadi.com

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City Centre Maadi


MALLS LISTING Egypt City Light Mall

City Square

Alexandria

Cairo

Cairo

Alexandria East

Rehab City, New Cairo

Citystars Heliopolis Complex

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

75,000

Mall Size (sqm):

10,000

Mall Size (sqm):

420,000

GLA (sqm):

40,000

GLA (sqm):

23,204

GLA (sqm):

151,000

3

No of Levels:

250

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Citystars - Stars Centre

2,000

2

No of Levels:

28

No. of Retail Outlets:

8

No of Levels:

750

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

-

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

No. of Car Parks:

Annual Footfall:

2013

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

2014 December

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Carrefour Hyper Market City Light for Construction & Development

Management Company: Leasing Company:

Owner/ Developer:

Sharm International KAD Commercial Property Management

A Plus

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

Citystars Management & Real Estate Consultation Co. S.A.E.

Leasing Company:

Citystars Management & Real Estate Consultation Co. S.A.E.

-

Main Consultant:

KAD Commercial Property Management

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

About the Development

The Center is located in the heart of Alexandria in the middle of Alexandria East. The Center is about One-km from Alexandria shores (Corniche Road). City Light Mall opened its first phase third quarter 2013. There are approximately 250 specialty retail stores, cafes & restaurants providing the quality & variety of shopping for the convenience of our guest. The center offers 3,000 parking spaces.

Contact Details

City Square is where 10,000 sqm of captivating landscape and contemporary design gather to comprise a wide variety of elegant and trendy F&B outlets, all under one roof, offering the guests a vast range of choice suitable for every taste.

Contact Details A Plus 61, Mohey El Dine Abou El Ezz Street, Level 2

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Giza

Contact Phone:

Egypt +201 2 2779 1617 -

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

a.elagamy@aplus-eg.com nourelbanna@aplus-eg.com

Company Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Centre Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

City: Postal Code: Country:

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12, Nehro St., Merryland, Heliopolis Cairo 11341 Egypt +202 2256 9376

Contact Fax:

+202 2256 9386

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website:

Sheikh Abdul Rahman Sharbatly/ Citystars Properties

Main Architects:

Lucien Cassia - Cassia Architects, Interior Design, Engineers

Main Consultant:

Moharam Bakhoom Shaker Consultancy

Main Contractor:

CCC-GV Orascom

About the Development Stars Centre is the retail and leisure component of the Citystars Heliopolis complex and harbours 750 stores with a unique blend of brand names introduced for the first time to the Egyptian market. Stars Centre offers a combination of shopping, entertainment and dining facilities like no other and is one of the largest shopping and entertainment centres in the Middle East and Europe, attracting approximately 32.5 million visitors every year. Stars Centre is much more than just a shopping centre; it is a versatile destination that accommodates worldrenowned retail brands, amazing entertainment facilities, dining outlets from all around the globe.

Contact Details KAD Commercial Property Management

Contact Phone:

Centre Website:

86

E-Zone, Golden Stars Cinema, Stars Cinema, Magic Galaxy, Virgin Megastore, H&M, Bath & Body Works, Michael Kors, Tory Burch, Burberry Children, Love Moschino, Armani Jeans, Armani Junior, True Religion, Versace Collection and Carolina Herrera to name a few

Leasing Company:

Main Consultant:

Country:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Management Company:

-

Postal Code:

32.5 M 2004 December 16

A Plus

Main Architects:

City:

560,000

Date Opened/Opening:

-

City Light for building & constructions

Address/P.O. Box:

-

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Main Architects:

Main Company Name:

6,000

info@kadltd.me www.kadltd.me -

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax:

Citystars Management & Real Estate Consultation Co. S.A.E. PO Box 5112 Cairo 11771 Egypt +202 2480 0553 +202 2480 0556

Contact Email:

Mourad.Nassry@citystars.com.eg

Contact Email2:

Nemat.shafik@citystars.com.eg

Company Website: Centre Website:

www.citystars.com.eg www.citystars-heliopolis.com.eg

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Dolphin Mall

Downtown Katameya

Giza

Cairo

Cairo

Km 28, Cairo / Alexandria Desert Road

6th of October City

Main Road 90, New Cairo

Facts and Figures 133,572 73,200

GLA (sqm):

3

No. of Levels:

170

No. of Retail Outlets:

3,500

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

32,500

Mall Size (sqm):

44,000

GLA (sqm):

18,071

GLA (sqm):

32,748

4

No of Levels:

2

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

350

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

500

No. of Car Parks:

200 1,000

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

30.073699

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

31.012688

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

210,000

-

Annual Footfall:

10,950,000

Weekly Footfall:

15,000

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

700,000

Annual Footfall:

2000

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Other Details Carrefour, Marks & Spencer, H&M, Renaissance Cinema Complex, LC Waikiki, Go Sport, Fabyland, My Town, Home Centre, Max, Centrepoint, Toys "R" Us

Leasing Company:

Katameya for Real Estate Investments

-

-

Management Company:

Katameya For Real Estate Investments

-

Main Architects:

Ahmed Fahim Firm -

Main Architects:

Belt Collins

-

Main Consultant:

In House

Main Contractor:

El Hazek Group

Mohram-Bakhoum

Main Contractor:

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development Dandy Mega Mall is...”not just about shopping.”. This is the idea behind the creation of this unique project. The strategic location of the site located in greater Cairo on the freeway to Alexandria is the primary factor behind the concept of this Mall. Reachable by a 6 minutes drive from 6th of October and 10 minutes drive from Mohandessin, Zamalek and 15 minutes from the heart of the city yet away from the congested streets of Cairo is the key point of the success of this location. Dandy Mega Mall is considered the first destination mall to be built in Egypt.

Contact Details

Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

About the Development Dolphin Mall, a unique commercial site built up on an area of 32,500 sqm., located at the 6th of October City, including 350 retail outlets on the ground level with an administrative area and entertainment games area for children. It also includes a tourist motel to serve the Arab and foreigners tourists. Moreover, all of these shops and markets are overlooking a water dolphin lake and a green area of not less than 7000 sqm.

Contact Details Trans World Trading Co. Km 28, Cairo/Alexandria Desert Road, PO Box 95 Smart Village Giza 95 Egypt +202 3539 0932/4/6 +202 3539 0646 info@dandymegamall.com omnia@dandymegamall.com

Leasing Company:

Downtown Katameya - In house team

About the Development Right in the heart of New Cairo now lies a multi-function complex & city center to date, Downtown Katameya. Built on 44,000 sqm of land, this deluxe commercial & corporate office center is located on the main road 90 in New Cairo. Using an inside-out approach, all the complex is surrounded by magnificent view of a lake, water features & wide greenery landscape which occupy 60% of the total land area. One of Downtown Katameya’s unique advantages is its large outdoor recreational & dining area.

Main Company Name:

Contact Details El Tagoury Development Company

Address/P.O. Box:

-

City:

-

Postal Code:

-

Country:

-

Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Company Website:

www.dandymegamall.com

Company Website:

Centre Website:

www.dandymegamall.com

Centre Website:

www.MECSC.org

El Tagoury Development Company

Carrefour, H&M, Burberry, Salvatore Ferragamo, Damas, Nespresso, Moreschi, Harmont & Blaine, Boss, Paul & Shark, Le Collezioni, Mothercare, Kiddles, Polo Ralph Lauren

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Daniel Poissonnet

City:

Carrefour, El Salab, Max

-

Main Consultant:

Address/P.O. Box:

2012

Date Opened/Opening:

Leasing Company:

Main Consultant:

Main Architects:

-

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

-

Management Company:

Trans World Trading Co.

Management Company:

Main Company Name:

2013 December

Date Opened/Opening:

+202 3838 3429 / 3430 / 3431 eltagorygroup@yahoo.com www.dolphinlandmall.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Katameya for Real Estate Investments Area A-City Center, 5th District, Road 90, New Cairo Cairo

City:

11853

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 2920 0411 / 2 -

Contact Fax:

Egypt

Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

Contact Email:

info@katameyadowntown.com

Contact Email2:

sales@katameyadowntown.com

Company Website:

www.katameyadowntown.com

Centre Website:

www.katameyadowntown.com

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MALLS LISTING Egypt El Abed Mall

Emaar Square

El Kalyobya

Cairo

Cairo

Banha

Mokattam Hills, Downtown

1st District New Cairo

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

28,000

Mall Size (sqm):

190,000

Mall Size (sqm):

40,000

GLA (sqm):

14,000

GLA (sqm):

160,000

GLA (sqm):

34,000

2

No of Levels:

49

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Emerald Empire Mall

350

No. of Car Parks:

3

No of Levels:

450

No. of Retail Outlets:

7,500

No. of Car Parks:

5

No of Levels:

46

No. of Retail Outlets:

625

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

140,000

-

Annual Footfall:

7,280,000

Weekly Footfall:

56,000

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

3,000,000

Annual Footfall:

2007

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

TBA

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

EL Abded Hyer

-

-

Owner/ Developer:

Management Company:

-

Management Company:

Leasing Company:

-

Leasing Company:

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

Address/P.O. Box:

4 El Saad El Aly Street, Dokki, P.O. Box 999999 -

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country:

+202 4 8049 7013 -

Contact Fax:

info@elabed-mall.com -

Contact Email2: Company Website:

Emaar Misr

The development is inspired by the world’s awe-inspiring global landmarks such as Las Ramblas in Barcelona, Beverley Hills’ Rodeo Drive and Champs Elysees in Paris. This vibrant downtown area, designed to be the pulsing heart of Uptown Cairo, features the first luxury retail destination in Egypt, and the home to world-class fashion brands, a residential area and a thriving business park. With luxury hotels, branded apartments and state-of-the-art entertainment venues all brought together in a pedestrian-friendly environment surrounded by parks and soothing landscapes. Emaar Square will revolutionize Cairo’s modern shopping & entertainment experience.

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

www.elabed-mall.com

Centre Website:

-

H/Q Uptown Cairo - Sales Center, Mokattam 11571, PO Box 229 Cairo

City:

11571

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 2503 2000

Contact Fax:

+202 2503 2020 -

Contact Email: Contact Email2:

tmaamoun@emaar.ae

Company Website:

www.emaarmisr.com

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McDonald's, Segafredo, Wienerwald, El Lulu Hypermarket, Commercial International Bank (CIB)

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Egyptian Amwaj for Real Estate and Touristic Inv.

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

This mall caters for family and youth use, with a variety of shops from restaurants to fast food to Gym, Kids play area and a hypermarket.

Contact Details Emaar Misr

Centre Website:

88

2014

Date Opened/Opening:

About the Development

The Heart of all Happenings

Cairo

Contact Email:

-

Contact Details El Abed For Investments

City:

Contact Phone:

Emaar Misr

About the Development

Contact Details Main Company Name:

-

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Owner/ Developer:

El Abed Mall is the first hyper-anchored service mall located on Cairo Alexandria Agricultural Road. It is one of a kind shopping destination, undergoing major renovation in 2014.

-

-

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Egyptian Amwaj for Real Estate and Touristic Inv. 1st District New Cairo Cairo

City:

-

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

+201 0021 54299 +202 2480 1950 info@emeraldempire.co -

Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

www.emeraldempire.co www.emeraldempire.co

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Galleria Moon Valley

Genena City

Alexandria

Cairo

Sharm el Sheikh – South Sinai

Montaza

5th Settlement, New Cairo

38 - Haloomy Street Naama Bay

Facts and Figures 26,464

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

11,666

GLA (sqm):

3

No. of Levels:

90

No. of Retail Outlets:

2,500

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures 23,204 5

No of Levels:

213

No. of Retail Outlets:

43,800

Mall Size (sqm): GLA (sqm):

-

No of Levels:

3 161

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

-

No. of Car Parks:

2 indoor + 1 outdoor

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

27°54'31.07"N

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

34°19'10.50"E

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2015

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

TBA

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Ragab Sons Hyper, Dalydress, Premoda, Fun Zone

Owner/ Developer:

-

Owner/ Developer:

2014 August 01

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Arabia Group for Development & Urban Progress

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Management Company:

A Plus

Management Company:

-

Management Company:

Leasing Company:

A Plus

Leasing Company:

-

Leasing Company:

Brands are stable and individuals are moderate Mohamed Genena / Ahmed Genena / Genena City Sharm El Sheikh

Owner/ Developer:

Owning Company None

Main Architects:

Marcilia Group

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

Eng. Mohamed Abdou

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

KAD Commercial Property Management

Main Consultant:

Eng. Mohamed Abdou

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

Mohamed El Sayed

About the Development

About the Development

Florence Mega Mall is the latest complex in Alexandria, with a residential units, a hotel and a mall. At Florence Mega Mall, one could witness the outstanding decorative interior design and architectural spaces. This is in addition to its special services and unique location. The mall includes entertainment facilities, hypermarket, food court, gym, spa, restaurants and coffee shops.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Contact Details A Plus 61, Mohey El Dine Abou El Ezz Street, Level 2 Giza 12311 Egypt +201 2 2779 1617

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone:

a.elagamy@aplus-eg.com nourelbanna@aplus-eg.com

Company Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Centre Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

www.MECSC.org

About the Development

Located in a very prime place in the middle of Road 90, and surrounded by some important traffic generators, such as Future University, the AUC, and a number of high class residential compounds making the project the meeting point of the neighborhood. The mall has a supermarket, cinemas, kids entertainment zone, top brand fashion houses and renowned F&B outlets.

Ent. stages, open air areas, shopping, dining, recreational facilities, accommodation and banking services Attractive location, complete city, Tutankhamen museum and car parking spaces.

Contact Details Arabia Group for Development & Urban Progress 153 El Merghany St., Heliopolis Cairo Egypt +202 2690 0064 / +202 2415 1424 +202 2690 7030 info@arabia-group.com www.arabia-group.com -

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

El Noras Co. for resorts S.A.E 38 - Haloomy Street Naama Bay Sharm El Sheikh

City:

46619

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+20 69 36014 51-55 +20 69 36014 56

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Egypt

Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

genenacity@genena.com sherif.noaman@genena.com

Company Website:

www.genenacity.com

Centre Website:

www.genenacity.com

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Genena Mall

Golf Porto Marina

Cairo

Matrouh

Cairo

Nasr City

North Coast

Mohandeseen

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures 8,500

Mall Size (sqm):

17,000

GLA (sqm):

5

No of Levels:

312

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Grand Plaza Mall - Mohandeseen

1 indoor

No. of Car Parks:

30°3’39.9” N

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

31°19’55.2” E

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

Facts and Figures -

Mall Size (sqm):

8,317

GLA (sqm):

Mall Size (sqm):

5,000

GLA (sqm):

4,000

No of Levels:

1

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

-

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

-

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

115,380

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

6M

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

1999

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

TBA

Date Opened/Opening:

Brands Mohamed Genena / Ahmed Genena / Genena Mall Nasr City

Management Company: Leasing Company:

Owning Company

Leasing Company:

Main Architects: Main Consultant: Main Contractor:

None

Main Architects:

None

Main Consultant:

None

Main Contractor:

About the Development

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

Amer Group Holding

9 Street, Dr. Batrawy - Abbas El Akkad St., Nasr City Cairo 11511 Egypt

Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

+202 2082 0621 +202 2082 0371 info@genena.com sherif.ebada@genena.com

Company Website:

www.genena.com

Centre Website:

www.genena.com

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Management Company:

A Plus

Amer Malls

A Plus

-

Main Architects:

Century 21

-

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

Contact Details

Postal Code:

Owner/ Developer:

Grand Mall is in the heart of Mohandeseen, Gezeiret el Arab Street, the shopping hub / district in down town Cairo. The Mall’s merchandising mix will complement the shops on the street and will make the shopping experience for customers in this area more joyful.

MG for Industrial and Touristic Development

City:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Leasing Company:

About the Development

Contact Details

Address/P.O. Box:

2017 Q1

Date Opened/Opening:

Amer Malls

Spirit of Shopping, Dining and Entertainment.

Main Company Name:

300

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Owning Company

5 50

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Contact Details Amer Group Holding 11 Cleopatra Street

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Cairo 11341 Egypt +202 4478 1371 aelkasaby@amer-group.com www.amer-group.com www.amer-group.com

City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

A Plus 61, Mohey El Dine Abou El Ezz Street, Level 2 Giza Egypt +201 2 2779 1617 a.elagamy@aplus-eg.com nourelbanna@aplus-eg.com

Company Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Centre Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Katameya Square

Kids Mall

Hurghada

Cairo

Cairo

Gabal El Hareem Main Street

New Cairo Off Road 90

New Cairo

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

30,000

Mall Size (sqm):

7,420

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

20,000

GLA (sqm):

7,723

GLA (sqm):

3

No. of Levels:

85

No. of Retail Outlets:

245

No. of Car Parks:

No of Levels: No. of Retail Outlets: No. of Car Parks:

5 44 120

440,766 14,554 5

No of Levels: No. of Retail Outlets:

120

No. of Car Parks:

200

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

30.013706

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

31.292363

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2016

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Owner/ Developer:

-

Owner/ Developer:

Management Company:

2016 Q1

First Arabian Hotels & Resorts Company

Leasing Company:

Colliers International

Main Architects: Main Consultant: Main Contractor:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

About the Development

City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

www.MECSC.org

Other Details Supermarket & Gym SUKAR Group

35 Giza Street, PO Box 664 Al-Orman

-

TSM Mall Management

-

-

Main Architects:

Pavillion

Dr. Hesham Griesha

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

Giza Egypt +202 3571 3638 dahlia.younis@fahr-eg.com www.hurghadacitycenter.com

TSM Mall Management

Address/P.O. Box:

4 Saad El Ali St., Dokki

Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Kids Mall is the first complete Kids mall in Egypt, located in a supreme location near the American University in Egypt. A new concept that provides a fully equipped kids mall located in New Cairo, with varieties of activities to serve cheerfulness and satisfaction for the whole family.

Contact Details

Main Company Name:

Postal Code:

El Habib Company

Leasing Company:

Katameya Square is centrally located in New Cairo. It is a multi-level project with Offices on the top floor and anchored by a Gym on the Second Floor and a Supermarket on the Basement. It caters for the young population of New Cairo with its wide variety of Cafes and Dining geared for youth with an affordable budget.

City:

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

Contact Details First Arabian Hotels & Resorts Company

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

TSM Mall Management

About the Development

Contact Details

Address/P.O. Box:

Leasing Company: Main Architects:

Hurghada City Center is an investment in quality living through a portfolio of business investment opportunities and world-class serviced residences. It will be an ideal lifestyle destination rich with diverse offerings that range from entertainment, food and culture, to nightlife, restaurants and shopping besides state-of-the-art offices to a first-of-its-kind pedestrian walkway and a world-class serviced residences managed by International Management Corporation. With a multitude of offerings and leisure activities, Hurghada City Center will become the happening place that provides residents and tourists of the capital with centralized safe and dynamic location.

Main Company Name:

Management Company:

2015

Date Opened/Opening:

Giza 12511 Egypt +202 3762 9545 +202 3762 9544 mgalal@ts-malls.com katamya@tsm-me.com www.ts-malls.com -

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Kids Mall 43 Gamal El Din Dowidar St., Off Ahmed El Zomor St., 8th District, Nasr City Cairo

City:

-

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 2273 8370/ +201 2 2211 9344 -

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

customerservice@kidsonlinemall.net yassem@pavillion.com.eg

Company Website:

-

Centre Website:

-

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Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

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MALLS LISTING Egypt La Cite Shopping Mall

Madinaty - Arabesque Mall

Giza

Cairo

Cairo

6th of October-Mehwar El Markazy

Madinaty City, New Cairo, Cairo

Madinaty City, New Cairo, Cairo

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Madinaty - City Boulevard

Facts and Figures 26,000

Mall Size (sqm):

1,704,588

GLA (sqm):

2

No of Levels:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

8,100

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

6,300

GLA (sqm):

2

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

350

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

300

No. of Car Parks:

67

64,000 -

No of Levels:

100

No. of Retail Outlets: No. of Car Parks:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

15,000

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

720,000

Annual Footfall:

TBA

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

400

144,000

2010

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Metro Market and El Ezaby Pharmacy

Owner/ Developer:

Khobaraa Development

Management Company:

-

TBD

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Vodafone + Tche Tche + KFC + Etisalat

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Talaat Mustafa Group

Management Company:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Owner/ Developer:

Talaat Mustafa Group

Management Company: Leasing Company:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Leasing Company:

-

Leasing Company:

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

F+A Architects

Main Architects:

F+A Architects

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

F+A Architects, Wyatt Design Group, Thomas Consultants

Main Consultant:

F+A Architects, Wyatt Design Group, Thomas Consultants

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

Talaat Mustafa Group

Main Contractor:

TMG

About the Development

About the Development

La Cite introduces a new concept to the region through its master plan development generating a natural ambiance embraced with quality landscaping and walking trails. Its feature will diverse retail mix of world-class shopping brands, leisure outlets and a wide range of restaurants and cafes.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

La Cite, El Mehwar El Khadamy, 6 of October City Giza -

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

Arabesque Mall is the hotspot for daily and weekly shopping for citizens of Madinaty and its surrounding areas, aiming to better serve the distinguished residents of Madinaty. This project further complements the currently available services within the city making Madinaty a truly enjoyable and convenient location to reside in. The mall will contain a pharmacy, a bakery, a laundry, car services, furniture shops, telecommunication services, electronics and coffee shops.

Contact Details Khobara for Real Estate Development & Investment Co. SAE

City:

Contact Phone:

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

+202 3835 6468

Contact Phone:

+202 3835 6520

Contact Fax:

khobaraa@khobaraa.com

Contact Email:

Contact Email2:

-

Contact Email2:

Company Website:

-

Company Website:

Centre Website:

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Introducing one of the widest streets in the Middle East with a mixed range of residential blocks with retail sector, offices, shops and many more. The boulevard will engage surrounding neighborhoods. From the activities available in the city Boulevard are: Banks, travel agencies, stationary, super market, car show room, high-end fashion outlets, pharmacy, laundry, cafes and restaurants.

Contact Details Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC) 34/36 Mosadak Street, Dokkie Giza 12311 Egypt

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

+202 3336 8862

Contact Phone:

+202 3749 1171

Contact Fax:

infoapmc@tmg.com.eg www.apmc-eg.com www.madinaty.com

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC) 34/36 Mosadak Street, Dokkie Giza 12311 Egypt +202 3336 8862 +202 3749 1171 infoapmc@tmg.com.eg www.apmc-eg.com www.madinaty.com

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Majarrah Business Complex/Mall

Mall of Arabia

Cairo

Giza

Cairo

Madinaty City, New Cairo, Cairo

6th of October-Zayed City

6th of October City, Juhaynah Square

Facts and Figures 12,000

GLA (sqm):

2

No. of Levels:

29

No. of Retail Outlets:

324

No. of Car Parks: GPS Coordinates Latitude:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

27,160

Mall Size (sqm):

260,000

GLA (sqm):

19,801

GLA (sqm):

165,000

2

No of Levels:

2

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

100

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

600

No. of Car Parks:

500 6,000

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

30.00513155

-

30.97245838

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

Weekly Footfall:

1,500

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

400,000

Annual Footfall:

72,000

Annual Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

21,000,000

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

2014

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Other Details Supreme Café, Sushi Bay, Ragab Sons Hyper Market, Carpaccio, Pottery Café, CoffeeShop Company, Galla Rosso, Tche Tche Café, Chilis, Al Dahan, Americana

Owner/ Developer:

Talaat Moustafa Group (TMG) Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Management Company: Leasing Company:

2016

Date Opened/Opening:

Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

Main Architects:

Talaat Moustafa Group (TMG)

Main Consultant:

F+A Architects, Wyatt Design Group, Thomas Consultants

Main Contractor:

TMG

Owner/ Developer:

El Bonyan For Investment and Development

Management Company: Leasing Company:

KAD Commercial Property Management

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

El Hewedy Consultant

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

About the Development The South Service District Center is in the service area in the heart of Madinaty, the Center includes a food court with 14 different food outlets, a super market, a fire station, a school, Madinaty Central Bus station, Madinaty management headquarters, this is in addition to 15 stores that serve the basic daily needs, bakery, pharmacy, barber shop and many more.

2010

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Spinneys, Gap, Zara, Mango, Centrepoint, Sparky's, Billy Beez, VIP Cinemas, Food Hall & Central Park

Owner/ Developer:

MARAKEZ

Management Company:

MARAKEZ

Leasing Company:

MARAKEZ

Main Architects:

Echo Architecture LLP (Phase 1) SWA (Phase 2)

Main Consultant:

FARE Constructions

Main Contractor:

FARE Constructions

About the Development

Majarrah Mall offers a huge combination of international well known brands as well as dining facilities that never experienced before in Egypt.

It is the biggest mall in Egypt, located in the heart of 6th of October. Phase 1 launched in December 2010. It became widely popular and is considered as the ultimate leisure, luxury functionality destination in the country. The distinctive design, convenient access and abundant parking space make Mall of Arabia Cairo a one-story shopping complex offering visitors an easy, safe and joyful shopping experience. Phase 2 is opening soon and promises to be an iconic destination for the surrounding area.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

Contact Details Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC) 34/36 Mussadak Street Giza 12311 Egypt

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

Contact Details KAD Commercial Property Management 12, Nehro St., Merryland, Heliopolis Cairo 11341 Egypt

Contact Phone:

+202 3336 8862

Contact Phone:

+202 2256 9376

Contact Fax:

+202 3749 1171

Contact Fax:

+202 2256 9386

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

www.MECSC.org

infoapmc@tmg.com.eg www.apmc-eg.com www.madinaty.com

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

info@kadltd.me www.kadltd.me -

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

MARAKEZ 6th of October City, Juhaynah Square Giza

City:

-

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 3826 0200 +202 3826 0400

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Egypt

Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

leasing@marakez.net -

Company Website:

www.mallofarabia.com.eg

Centre Website:

www.mallofarabia.com.eg

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Mall of Egypt

Mall of Madinaty

Giza

Cairo

Mansoura

6th October

Madinaty City, New Cairo, Cairo

Road 20 of El Geish St.

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures -

Mall Size (sqm):

165,000

GLA (sqm):

2

No of Levels:

350

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Mansoura Downtown

6,500

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

450,000

Mall Size (sqm):

6,700

GLA (sqm):

168,000

GLA (sqm):

8,462

1

No of Levels:

250

No. of Retail Outlets:

7,200

No. of Car Parks:

4

No of Levels:

60

No. of Retail Outlets:

200

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

31.015309

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

31.233520

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

Exp. 2,000,000

Annual Footfall:

Annual Footfall: 2016

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2017 Q3

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Carrefour, Ski Egypt, Magic Planet, VOX Cinemas

Owner/ Developer:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Owner/ Developer:

Management Company:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Management Company:

Leasing Company:

Majid Al Futtaim Properties

Leasing Company:

Talaat Mustafa Group Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC)

-

Main Architects:

F+A Architects

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

F+A Architects, Wyatt Design Group, Thomas Consultants

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

TMG

About the Development

The mall will international retail brands, entertainment

About the Development

feature an equally unrivalled range of fashion, lifestyle and entertainment a ski park, 21-screen cinema, family center and over 50 F&B outlets.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Contact Details

Cairo

City:

-

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 2520 4000

Contact Fax:

+202 2520 4409

Contact Email:

-

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website:

www.majidalfuttaim.com

Centre Website:

www.themallofegypt.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

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Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Carrefour Supermarket, In&Out Furniture, LC Waikiki, Gym, Magic Planet

Owner/ Developer:

-

Management Company:

TSM Mall Management

Leasing Company:

TSM Mall Management

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

Mohsen Badrah

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

Mall of Madinaty is within the renowned Madinaty City, located in the heart of New Cairo. It is anticipated to become one of the largest open-air shopping and entertainment facilities in Egypt & Middle East. The mall is constructed amongst lush greenery, lakes, massive open spaces & attractive building designs. It’s designed to hold 10 huge anchors with smaller retail units dispersed alongside each of the anchors. It will encompass a huge food court area & a hypermarket. The entertainment destinations within the Mall will accommodate a variety of facilities including a cinema complex, a family centre, a huge Home Centre & a Souk.

Majid Al Futtaim Properties Al Me'raj City, Kattameya Ring Road

2015 July

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Carrefour Hypermarket, Aqua Theme Park, Zip Line

Main Architects:

Combining leading retailers with the most comprehensive leisure offer in North Africa, Mall of Egypt is set to dominate the western half of the Cairo Metropolis. The mall will provide a major retail destination, covering over 165,000 square meters with 350 stores, scheduled to open in 2016.

-

This is the first real commercial hub at Mansoura City, one the richest and most populated cities following Cairo and Alexandria, in the centre of the Delta.

Contact Details Alexandria Property Management & Consultation Co. (APMC) 34/36 Mosadak Street, Dokkie Giza 12311 Egypt

Main Company Name:

TSM Mall Management

Address/P.O. Box:

4 Saad El Ali St., Dokki

City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax:

+202 3336 8862

Contact Email:

+202 3749 1171

Contact Email2:

infoapmc@tmg.com.eg -

Company Website: Centre Website:

Giza 12511 Egypt +202 3762 9545 +202 3762 9544 mgalal@ts-malls.com mansoura@tsm-me.com www.ts-malls.com -

www.apmc-eg.com www.madinaty.com

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Meeting Point New Cairo

Megabite Plaza

Cairo

Cairo

Cairo

Sector 4, New Cairo

New Cairo

Maadi-Ring Road

Facts and Figures 37,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

21,000

GLA (sqm):

4

No. of Levels: No. of Retail Outlets: No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures 11,036 7,400 5

No of Levels:

190

No. of Retail Outlets:

200

No. of Car Parks:

88 500

Mall Size (sqm):

6,500

GLA (sqm):

4,444 2

No of Levels:

35

No. of Retail Outlets:

150

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

30.0444196

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

31.2357116

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

Mid 2016

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

2006

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Owner/ Developer:

Maxim Holding

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

in house team

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2016

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Chili's, Coffeeshop Company, Studio Masr

Owner/ Developer:

Amer Group Holding

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

KFC & Coffeeshop Company

Owner/ Developer:

ICMCS

Management Company:

Amer Malls

Management Company:

KAD Commercial Property Management Co. Ltd.

Leasing Company:

Amer Malls

Leasing Company:

KAD Commercial Property Management Co. Ltd.

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

Pavillion

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

KAD Commercial Property Management

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

About the Development

Maxim Mall is located in a prime location at New Cairo, offering a mix of different combination of indoor and outdoor dining areas, cinemas, fashion and entertainment.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

About the Development

Located on the 90th street in New Cairo’s 5th settlement, this mall stays very true to its name. Amidst A-class compounds, the American University in Cairo and Future University, it truly is a meeting point. Its 88 shops including 20 restaurants, gym, cinema, spa and kids area, make it an entertainment center for all ages.

Contact Details Maxim Holding 25 Abdel Salam Farid St., Behind Le Meridien Heliopolis Cairo 11341 Egypt

Contact Phone:

+202 2256 9376

Contact Fax:

+202 2256 9386

Contact Email:

-

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website:

-

Centre Website:

-

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

The plaza contains about 35 shops with different categories ranging from an express supermarket, nursery, kids zone, pharmacy, optician, electronic shops, mobile stores, accessories to unique open casual dining with brand restaurants and coffee shops. The plaza expands over 6500 sqm with beautiful waterfall feature and magnificent landscaping.

Contact Details Amer Group Holding

Main Company Name:

11 Cleopatra Street Cairo 11341 Egypt +202 4478 1371 aelkasaby@amer-group.com -

Company Website:

www.amer-group.com

Centre Website:

www.amer-group.com

Address/P.O. Box:

KAD Commercial Property Management 12, Nehro St., Merryland, Heliopolis Cairo

City:

11341

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 2418 0175/ 0169 / 0168 +202 2256 9386

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

www.MECSC.org

Egypt

Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

info@grandholidaysegypt.com                 www.kadltd.me -

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Mirage Mall

Mivida Down Town

Cairo

Cairo

Alexandria

Cairo Suez Highway

New Cairo

End of El Tameer Axis & intersection of Burj El Arab Airport Road Sidi Kerir

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

14,000

Mall Size (sqm):

64,280

Mall Size (sqm):

80,000

GLA (sqm):

24,000

GLA (sqm):

54,500

GLA (sqm):

30,000

6

No of Levels:

250

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Orouba Mall - Alexandria

1,500

No. of Car Parks:

2

No of Levels:

220

No. of Retail Outlets:

4,000

No. of Car Parks:

2

No of Levels:

120

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,650

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

3,000,000

2014 March

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

New Hawai for Tourism & Investments

Management Company: Leasing Company: Main Architects: Main Consultant: Main Contractor:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

About the Development

Contact Details

Mohamed Elmarashly St, Building 1,1st Floor, Zamalek Cairo -

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

+202 2738 2750/51 +202 2735 6516 info@mpmegy.com helsagher@newhawai.net www.newhawai.net www.miragemall.net

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Address/P.O. Box:

Carrefour

Owner/ Developer:

Orouba Misr -

Leasing Company:

-

-

Main Architects:

-

-

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

Emaar Misr

About the Development

The Mivida Town Center will be the heart and soul of the community, designed to provide multiple venues for people to work, shop and spend leisure time in a safe and comfortable pedestrian environment.The Shopping Boulevard offers a unique experience. A pedestrian-only street intersects the Town Center and offers attractive outdoor dining, water features, retail and plenty of seating areas under a canopy of trees.

Main Company Name:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Management Company:

-

Contact Details New Hawai for Tourism & Investments

City:

Contact Phone:

Emaar Misr

About the Development

The Mall is designed in a way that every unit is unique to accommodate different needs. An atrium with beautiful fountains is located in the center of the mall, cafes and restaurants with terrace to give an outdoor feel and enhance the shopping experience.

Address/P.O. Box:

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

2013 June 18

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Mirage Mall is a super regional shopping mall, which is extensively developed using the best international and domestic expertise to deliver high modern standards.

Main Company Name:

TBC

Date Opened/Opening:

The first regional mall in Alexandria overlooking the natural lake of Marriott. A soft opening including Carrefour hypermarket was done in Q3 of 2012. Achieving a leading rank all over Egypt, attracting a primary trade area of 2.5 million, targeting A & B class traffic, with the first casual dining area of 15 restaurants & cafe’s and amusement and entertainment options.

Contact Details Emaar Misr H/Q Uptown Cairo - Sales Center, Mokattam 11571, PO Box 229 Cairo

City:

-

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 2503 2001

Contact Fax:

+202 2503 2020 -

Contact Email: Contact Email2:

tmaamoun@emaar.ae

Company Website:

www.emaarmisr.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

Orouba Misr 1 Airport Road - End of Tameer Axis - SidiKeri Alexandria Egypt +203 3405 006/7/8 +203 3405 002 karim.elmasry@oroubamisr.com

Contact Email2:

info@oroubamisr.com

Company Website:

www.oroubamisr.com

Centre Website:

www.oroubamall.com

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Point 90

Porto Cairo

6th of October

Cairo

Cairo

Zayed City

5th Settlement, New Cairo

New Cairo

Facts and Figures 120,000 62,200

GLA (sqm):

2

No. of Levels:

663

No. of Retail Outlets:

2,500

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

60,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

26,289

GLA (sqm):

3

No of Levels:

28,500 4

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

250

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

860

No. of Car Parks:

350 1360

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2016 Q4

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

2015 September 01

Date Opened/Opening:

Park Avenue for Real Estate Developments

Management Company:

A Plus

Leasing Company:

A Plus

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

Cairo Housing KAD Commercial Property Management

Leasing Company:

B2B

-

Owner/ Developer:

Amer Group Holding

Management Company:

Amer Malls

Leasing Company:

Amer Malls

-

-

KAD Commercial Property Management

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

About the Development

About the Development

Park Avenue Mall is designed to be a prime destination for connoisseurs of fine shopping, with offerings that range from world class fashion to dining. From a business perspective, the offices at Park Avenue feature plush spaces, superior and every other aspect to drive business productivity. Quite simply, Park Avenue is an expression of architectural excellence that delivers at all levels through a masterful confluence of style, space and detail.

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Main Architects:

Main Architects: Main Consultant:

2014

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

A unique commercial proposition at the heart of New Cairo. The enclosed openness concept proposes a generous common area abundant in natural light and visually connected across all three retail levels. Offers 250 stores constituting of a supermarket, cinema theaters and a variety of first class retail units and F&B outlets.

Porto Cairo Mall is a new concept of shopping mixed with entertainment and the perfect location that could be reached from 10-15 minutes from anywhere in Cairo. Porto Cairo Mall has a variety of 180 shopping brand names that would suite the tastes of all mall visitors. In addition, the mall has a Diamonds club that has all the brand names in the jewelry industry to bring all the jewelry variety in one place. The mix of Entertainment mediums at the Porto Cairo mall is irresistible between the 6-screen cinema, the sky cafĂŠ overlooking the dancing fountain, food court, and international restaurants. The Mall has also a hypermarket for families to shop for their daily needs.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City:

Contact Details A Plus 61, Mohey El Dine Abou El Ezz Street, Level 2

Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Address/P.O. Box:

Giza City:

Postal Code: Country:

Main Company Name:

Egypt +201 2 2779 1617 a.elagamy@aplus-eg.com nourelbanna@aplus-eg.com

Company Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Centre Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Postal Code: Country:

12, Nehro St., Merryland, Heliopolis Cairo 11341 Egypt

Contact Phone:

+202 2256 9376

Contact Fax:

+202 2256 9386

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

www.MECSC.org

Contact Details KAD Commercial Property Management

info@kadltd.me www.kadltd.me

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Amer Group Holding 11 Cleopatra Street Cairo

City:

11341

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 4478 1371 -

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Egypt

Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

aelkasaby@amer-group.com -

Company Website:

www.amer-group.com

Centre Website:

www.amer-group.com

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Porto Marina

Porto New Cairo

Matrouh

Cairo

Giza

North Coast

New Cairo

6th of October

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Porto October

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

15,568

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

11,522

GLA (sqm):

Facts and Figures 60,175

-

Mall Size (sqm):

140,885

GLA (sqm):

No of Levels:

1

No of Levels:

2

No of Levels:

2

No. of Retail Outlets:

-

No. of Retail Outlets:

-

No. of Retail Outlets:

-

No. of Car Parks:

-

No. of Car Parks:

-

2,000

No. of Car Parks: GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

TBA

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

2017

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Owner/ Developer:

Amer Group Holding

Management Company: Leasing Company: Main Architects: Main Consultant: Main Contractor:

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

Amer Malls

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

About the Development

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Amer Malls

2017

Date Opened/Opening:

Amer Group Holding

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Owner/ Developer:

Amer Group Holding

Amer Malls

Management Company:

Amer Malls

Amer Malls

Leasing Company:

Amer Malls

-

Main Architects:

-

-

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

About the Development

Porto Marina Mall is very unique in terms of location, capacity and diversity. It is one of the finest shopping malls in Egypt. At the heart of Porto Marina is a wide, palm-lined promenade dotted with fashionable boutiques, gourmet restaurants and alfresco Italianstyle coffee shops.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Contact Details Amer Group Holding 11 Cleopatra Street Cairo

City:

11341

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 4478 1371 -

Contact Fax: Contact Email:

aelkasaby@amer-group.com -

Contact Email2:

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Contact Details Amer Group Holding 11 Cleopatra Street Cairo 11341 Egypt +202 4478 1371 aelkasaby@amer-group.com -

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

Amer Group Holding 11 Cleopatra Street Cairo 11341 Egypt +202 4478 1371 aelkasaby@amer-group.com -

Company Website:

www.amer-group.com

Company Website:

www.amer-group.com

Company Website:

www.amer-group.com

Centre Website:

www.amer-group.com

Centre Website:

www.amer-group.com

Centre Website:

www.amer-group.com

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Porto Sokhna

SunCity Mall

Sharm El-Sheikh

Suez

Cairo

Nabaa Bay

Ein El-Sokhna

Autostrad Road - Heliopolis

Facts and Figures 53,214

GLA (sqm):

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

22,646

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

10,313

GLA (sqm):

60,000

No. of Levels:

2

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

-

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

-

No. of Car Parks:

-

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2016

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

1

100,000

95

2008

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Owner/ Developer:

Amer Group Holding

Management Company: Leasing Company:

7

No of Levels:

220

No. of Retail Outlets:

2,300

2011 November

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Amer Group Holding

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Carrefour, Centrepoint, Renaissance Cinemas, Aldo, Cache Cache, Campione, Candy Shop, Clarks, Dejavu, adl, Etam, Gap, Grand Optics, Fratelli, Nine West, Okaidi, Springfield

Amer Malls

Management Company:

Amer Malls

Owner/ Developer:

Amer Malls

Leasing Company:

Amer Malls

Management Company:

-

HNS Group

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

-

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

Leasing Company:

-

-

Main Contractor:

Main Architects:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

About the Development

About the Development Located directly on the Ring Road, one of Egypt’s most frequently used highways, Sun City Mall is a shopping centre of the best quality in a major international city. Spread over 7 levels, the mall also houses a wide range of entertainment facilities.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Contact Details Amer Group Holding 11 Cleopatra Street Cairo 11341 Egypt +202 4478 1371 aelkasaby@amer-group.com www.amer-group.com www.amer-group.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Contact Details Amer Group Holding 11 Cleopatra Street Cairo 11341 Egypt +202 4478 1371

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

aelkasaby@amer-group.com www.amer-group.com www.amer-group.com

SunCity Mall El Nasr Road, Qism El-Nozha Cairo

City:

-

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

-

+202 266 0983-84 +202 266 0808 -

Contact Fax: Contact Email:

suncitymallcairo@gmail.com -

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website: Centre Website:

www.suncity.com.eg

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Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

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MALLS LISTING Egypt The District, Cairo

The First Mall

Cairo

Giza

Giza

Autostrade Road, Sheraton, Heliopolis

35 Giza Street

Industrial Zone in 6th of October

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures 128,785

Mall Size (sqm):

72,261

GLA (sqm):

1

No of Levels:

220

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

The Outlet

2,000

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures 10,000

Mall Size (sqm):

5,000

GLA (sqm):

3

No of Levels:

61

No. of Retail Outlets:

500

No. of Car Parks:

Mall Size (sqm):

12,000

GLA (sqm):

10,000 2

No of Levels: No. of Retail Outlets:

54

No. of Car Parks:

50

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

30.093892

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

31.383822

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

65,000

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

3,120,000

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2014

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2000

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Phase 1 (Casual Dining Zone): Ruby Tuesday, Chili's, Cortigiano Phase 2: American Furniture, High Point and Asia Furniture

Owner/ Developer:

Wadi Degla City for Urban Development

Management Company:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Other Details Emporio Armani, Bvlgari, Rolex Boutique, Omega Boutique, Tiffany & Co, Bally, Zegna and Paul & Shark, Salvatore Ferragamo

Owner/ Developer:

Jones Lang LaSalle

Leasing Company:

In House Team

2013

Date Opened/Opening:

First Arabian Hotels & Resorts Company; a subsidiary of Seldar Egypt which is owned by Al Faisal Holding Company of Qatar

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Nike, Springfield, Or, Daniel Hechter, Wild, Pixi, Tie House, Lorrenzo, Tid Lamond, U.Turn and Adidas

Owner/ Developer:

-

Management Company:

A Plus A Plus

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

Main Consultant:

Main Architects:

-

-

-

Main Consultant:

Main Contractor:

Main Consultant:

-

-

-

Main Contractor:

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development The District Shopping Mall is a cutting-edge retail complex, bringing together a stunning combination of indoor and outdoor boutique retail, entertainment, restaurants and coffee shops from around the globe in a gently scenic pedestrian environment serving clientele from all over Cairo. The District casual dining area brings in a stunning combination of 40 coffee shops and restaurants with both indoor and outdoor seating area, varying from International, Italian, Oriental and Lebanese cuisine. The casual dining area offers Live Entertainment and Kids activities every day. Visitors enjoy an incredible pedestrian environment around the water feature.

Contact Details

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

About the Development In the heart of the city between Cairo’s botanical gardens and the River Nile, the mall is part of the luxurious First Place complex, which includes the Four Seasons Hotel and the First Residence Tower.

Wadi Degla City for Urban Development

Main Company Name:

4th District, Zahraa El Maadi Cairo

City:

-

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country:

Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code:

Contact Phone:

+202 2480 1946

Country:

Contact Fax:

+202 2480 1950

Contact Phone:

-

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

100

marwan.sery@jll.com www.jll-mena.com www.wadidegla.com

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About the Development The Outlet in the 6th of October City, is specialized in textiles and fashion. It is located in the industrial zone surrounded by all the main factories of local fashion brands as well as the office zones for many major companies. The outlet makes shopping very convenient for the surrounding areas at affordable prices, and enables brands to display any excess stock.

Contact Details First Arabian Hotels & Resorts Company is a subsidiary of Seldar Egypt which is owned by Al Faisal Holding Company of Qatar 35 Giza Street Giza Egypt +202 3571 7803 / 06 / 40 +202 3571 3638 dahlia.younis@fahr-eg.com -

Company Website:

www.firstmallcairo.com

Centre Website:

www.firstmallcairo.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

A Plus 61, Mohey El Dine Abou El Ezz Street, Level 2 Giza Egypt +201 2 2779 1617 a.elagamy@aplus-eg.com nourelbanna@aplus-eg.com

Company Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

Centre Website:

www.aplus.com.eg

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Tiba Outlet Mall

West Park Community Mall

Cairo

Cairo

Giza

5th Settlement, New Cairo

Nasr City

6th of October-Zayed City

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

13,686

Mall Size (sqm):

2,867

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

12,775

GLA (sqm):

6,192

GLA (sqm):

3

No. of Levels:

47

No. of Retail Outlets:

240

No. of Car Parks:

4

No of Levels:

34

No. of Retail Outlets:

107

No. of Car Parks:

15,000 7,000 2

No of Levels:

50

No. of Retail Outlets:

400

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

30.040289

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

31.194829

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

35,000

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

1,900,000

Annual Footfall:

2015 September 01

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

Masaa Real Estate KAD Commercial Property Management

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

KAD Commercial Property Management

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Consultant:

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Postal Code: Country:

12, Nehro St., Merryland, Heliopolis Cairo 11341 Egypt +202 2256 9376

Contact Fax:

+202 2256 9386

Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

www.MECSC.org

About the Development

Tiba Outlet Mall is the first outlet mall in Cairo, open in Y2011. It is located in Nasr City few blocks from City Stars Center.

Contact Details KAD Commercial Property Management

Contact Phone: Contact Email:

TSM Mall Management

About the Development

Contact Details

info@kadltd.me www.kadltd.me -

-

The Architects & Planners

Main Architects:

The Spot Mall is a community center located in one of the best locations in front of the AUC in New Cairo, amidst a magnificent community of elite compounds. Has a variety of retail and dining options, in addition to a kids area, and a hypermarket. The second floor is dedicated for administrative offices.

Management Company:

Main Architects:

-

City:

TSM Mall Management

EGYDEV

-

Main Architects:

Address/P.O. Box:

Egyptian Engineering Company

Owner/ Developer:

Leasing Company:

Leasing Company:

About the Development

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

KAD Commercial Property Management

-

Main Contractor:

2016 January

Date Opened/Opening:

Carrefour Supermarket, In&Out Furniture, KFC, Segaferedo

Management Company:

Leasing Company:

Main Company Name:

2011 August

Date Opened/Opening:

TSM Mall Management

Address/P.O. Box:

4 Saad El Ali St., Dokki

City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

A mixture of retail and a hypermarket. It contains more than 20 outlets of world renowned brand names located in Weroud Compound, 6th of October City to serve the whole compound. West Park provides the whole family with a fully loaded entertainment facilities starting from shops, kids area and restaurants.

Contact Details

Main Company Name:

Giza 12511 Egypt +202 2622 022 +202 3762 9544 mgalal@ts-malls.com TibaOutletMall@tsm-me.com www.ts-malls.com www.tibaoutletmall.com

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

KAD Commercial Property Management 12, Nehro St., Merryland, Heliopolis Cairo

City:

11341

Postal Code:

Egypt

Country: Contact Phone:

+202 2256 9376

Contact Fax:

+202 2256 9386

Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Egypt

Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

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MALLS LISTING Egypt Zagazig New City

Zizinia Mall

Al Sharqiya

Giza

Zagazig

230 Haram St.

Egypt

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

1,514

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

6,192

GLA (sqm):

5

No of Levels:

69

Mall Listing Malls Listing

No. of Retail Outlets:

100

No. of Car Parks:

4,270 12,000 7

No of Levels: No. of Retail Outlets:

173 50

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

29.595476

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

31.101604

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

20,000

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

1,150,000

Date Opened/Opening:

2017 January 04

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Date Opened/Opening:

2012 December

Other Details Carrefour, Magic Planet, Line Shops

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Carrefour Supermarket, Retail Shops

Owner/ Developer:

TSM Mall Management

Owner/ Developer:

Management Company:

TSM Mall Management

Management Company:

TSM Mall Management

TSM Mall Management

Leasing Company:

TSM Mall Management

Leasing Company: Main Architects: Main Consultant: Main Contractor:

-

-

Main Architects:

-

-

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

About the Development

The first real commercial hub at Zagazig City. It is one the richest and most populated city following Cairo and Alexandria, in the centre of the Delta.

Contact Details

The First Integrated Shopping Center at Giza city, more than 120 shops in addition to offices & medical Clinics. Located in Al-Haram st. one of the most populated areas in Giza City beside the most popular touristic areas and one of the seven wonders of the world which is the Three Pyramids.

Contact Details

Main Company Name:

TSM Mall Management

Main Company Name:

TSM Mall Management

Address/P.O. Box:

4 Saad El Ali St., Dokki

Address/P.O. Box:

4 Saad El Ali St., Dokki

Giza

City: Postal Code:

Postal Code: Egypt

Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

Contact Phone:

+202 3762 9544

Contact Fax:

mgalal@ts-malls.com www.ts-malls.com

Centre Website:

102

Country:

+202 3762 9545

Contact Email2: Company Website:

City:

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Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Giza 12511 Egypt +202 2622 022 +202 3762 9544 mgalal@ts-malls.com www.ts-malls.com -

Giza, Egypt

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MALLS LISTING Georgia CITY

YEAR OPENED/OPENING

PAGE NO.

Tbilisi

2015

104

Grato Passage

Tbilisi

2010

104

Karvasla

Tbilisi

2010

104

Merani Shopping Mall

Tbilisi

2013

105

Pixel Center

Tbilisi

2010

105

Tbilisi Central

Tbilisi

2010 May 21

105

Tbilisi Mall

Tbilisi

2012

106

Mall Listing Malls Listing

East Point

GEORGIA / IRAQ

MALL NAME

The Bridge of Peace, Tbilisi

Iraq MALL NAME

CITY

YEAR OPENED/OPENING

PAGE NO.

Baghdad Gate

Baghdad

2013 Q4

106

Baghdad Mall

Baghdad

TBA

106

BDC Mall

Babylon

2016 Q4

107

Family Mall

Erbil

2010 December

107

Kirkuk Mall and 5 Star Hotel

Kirkuk

2018

107

Magma Square

Sulaimaniya

2017 Q4

108

Majidi Mall

Erbil

2009 November 23

108

Mane Mall

Erbil

2018 January

108

Mega Mall

Erbil

2014 May

109

Sofy Mall

Erbil

2010

109

Tablo Mall

Erbil

2011 August 16

109

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Georgia

East Point

Grato Passage

Tbilisi

Tbilisi

Tbilisi

2 Aleksandre Tvalchrelidze Str.

37 Kostava Street

7 Tsotne Dadiani Str.

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

65,000

GLA (sqm):

55,000 -

No of Levels:

200

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Karvasla

2,000

No. of Car Parks: GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2015

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Facts and Figures 10,000

Mall Size (sqm):

3,800 Retail, 2 000 occupied by offices

GLA (sqm): No of Levels:

8

No. of Retail Outlets:

-

No. of Car Parks:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Date Opened/Opening:

2010

-

Mall Size (sqm):

18,000

GLA (sqm):

8

No of Levels:

-

No. of Retail Outlets:

300

No. of Car Parks: GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2010

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Carrefour, Nearly 200 outdoor shops, a hypermarket, an electronics superstore, entertainment buildings

Owner/ Developer:

CBD Development, a Georgian subsidiary of the London-based Quadrum Property Group

Management Company:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

The center's strategic focus is on the high-market segment

Owner/ Developer:

Benett & Benett Capital

Management Company:

-

-

Leasing Company:

-

-

Main Architects:

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Leasing Company:

About the Development East Point Mall is located along the motorway in Samgori district, known as Kakheti Highway, connecting the city centre with Tbilisi International Airport on the eastern edge of Tbilisi. The new venue accommodates nearly 200 outdoor shops, hypermarket, electronics superstore, entertainment buildings, dining venues, as well as over 2,000 parking spaces. After driving 12 minutes from the city center and entering East Point shopping mall, the whole new world opens up in front of you. With the open concept of shopping and entertainment center, you and your whole family can dive into the depths of fashion industry and the heart of amusement world.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

2 Aleksandre Tvalchrelidze Str. Tbilisi -

Postal Code:

Georgia

Country:

-

Contact Phone:

+995 322 930 007

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax:

Contact Email:

-

Contact Email:

Contact Email2:

-

Contact Email2:

Carrefour, most of the tenants of Karvasla shopping mall are members of ICR Group

Owner/ Developer:

-

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

Grato brand is developed by Benett & Benett Capital - Tbilisi, London, Moscow based private investment company. Its success depends on excellent performance and a solid reputation. Benett & Benett Capital has experience and expertise in the key disciplines of construction, finance and real estate development and has various investments in different high-quality developments with stable market positions and opportunities for growth. The Grato business mix gives you a competitive edge in their chosen markets and client segments. The Centre strategic focus is on the high-market segment.

Contact Details East Point Mall

City:

Contact Fax:

About the Development

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Karvasla is an eight-story shopping centre covering around 18,000 square metres and located near Tbilisi Central Mall in Nadzaladevi district, which was opened in 2010. The mall is not owned by a single entity, but individual units are up for sale. Only three out of five retail areas are occupied. Due to low demand for retail space, units on the upper floors are offered for rent as offices. Parking is available for 300 vehicles.

Contact Details Grato Passage 7 Mtskheta Str. 0179 Tbilisi Tbilisi 0179 Georgia +995 99 222 241 sales@grato.ge -

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone:

Karvasla Tbilisi Tbilisi 0179 Georgia +995 322 668 831

Contact Fax:

-

Contact Email:

-

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website:

www.eastpoint.ge

Company Website:

www.grato.ge

Company Website:

www.karvaslamall.ge

Centre Website:

www.eastpoint.ge

Centre Website:

www.grato.ge

Centre Website:

www.karvaslamall.ge

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MALLS LISTING Georgia Tbilisi Central

Tbilisi

Tbilisi

Tbilisi

42 Rustaveli Ave. (Rose revolution sq.)

34 Chavchavadze

2 Vagzali Square, (Railway Station)

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures -

Mall Size (sqm):

8,000 Retail, Other occupied by offices

GLA (sqm):

Facts and Figures 33,000

Mall Size (sqm):

4,000 Retail, Other occupied by offices

GLA (sqm):

No of Levels:

6

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

-

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

-

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

-

Annual Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

2013

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

7 151

2010

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Zara, Massimo Dutti, other retail fashion brands

Pixel, Goodwill Hypermarket, Next

-

Owner/ Developer:

Management Company:

-

Management Company:

Leasing Company:

-

Leasing Company:

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

German Architects Wandel-Hoefer-Lorch

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

-

22,000 7

No of Levels:

Contact Details

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall: 2010 May 21

Date Opened/Opening:

Trans Invest Capital Property Management Company B.L. Property Agents Ltd. ERDO Group

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Mainly electronics superstores, Beko, Aray, Alta, Retail LC Waikiki, Teranova, Local Gold Market and other GRDC (Georgian Reconstruction & Development Company)

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

Dutch Architects Zwarts and Jansma

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Pixel Center is the internationally recognised Class A+ building and the environmentally progressive working space in Tbilisi. The building totals approx. 33,000 sqm comprising 7 floors of office space, a food court, two floors of retail, one supermarket level and two levels of secure underground parking. Pixel Center has become a striking and visual landmark within Tbilisi and is considered as a monument to the growing success of the city. Pixel Center is located in the business district of the city on the most prestigious Avenue of Tbilisi. It is easily reachable from all areas of the city and surrounding area. The combination of advanced technology together with imposing and innovative architecture positions Pixel Center as a key city destination and landmark. The A+ Class mixeduse building in Tbilisi.

Contact Details Merani Mall

Main Company Name:

About the Development Tbilisi Central is a grade medium-sized shopping mall located in Didube district. Didube district has historically been known for affordable shopping and high-volume retail, including so-called bazaars. This is due to the status of Didube district as a transportation hub, where the railway, metro and other transportation lines connect. There is a metro in the district, along with a train station, where trains connect Tbilisi with other towns and villages around Georgia. The Shopping Mall is located in main transport exchange and the main shopping destination in the city.

Contact Details Pixel Invest Group LLC

Address/P.O. Box:

City:

-

City:

Tbilisi

City:

Postal Code:

-

Postal Code:

0179

Postal Code:

Country:

-

Country:

-

Contact Phone:

+995 77 250 025 

Contact Phone:

Contact Fax:

+995 77 250 025 

Contact Fax:

+995 322 998 168

34, Ilia Chavchavadze Ave. 

Main Company Name:

-

Contact Fax:

180

No. of Car Parks:

Address/P.O. Box:

Contact Phone:

25

No. of Retail Outlets:

About the Development

Merani Shopping Mall is located on Rustaveli Avenue, one of the most prestigious streets in the city due to its historical and cultural significance in terms of Tbilisi’s urban development. It is considered the city’s main thoroughfare of Tbilisi due to the large number of governmental, public, cultural and commercial buildings that are located along the area. The former Georgian Parliament building, a number of churches, museums (including the Georgian National Museum), the Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, the Rustaveli State Academic Theatre, Hotel Tbilisi Marriot, Hotel Radisson Blue Iveria and the Georgian Academy of Sciences, among others, are all located on Rustaveli. The thoroughfare is served by the Tbilisi Metro and buses. The area attracts a large amount of tourists and local residents.

Main Company Name:

37,000

GLA (sqm):

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Owner/ Developer:

About the Development

Mall Size (sqm):

Georgia

JSC Tbilisi Central 2 VAGZALI SQ Tbilisi Georgia

Country:

+995 322 910 676 +995 322 964 766

Contact Email:

-

Contact Email:

Contact Email2:

-

Contact Email2:

Company Website:

-

Company Website:

www.pixelcenter.ge

Company Website:

www.tbilisicentral.ge

Centre Website:

-

Centre Website:

www.pixelcenter.ge

Centre Website:

www.tbilisicentral.ge

www.MECSC.org

office@pixelcenter.ge

Address/P.O. Box:

-

Contact Email: Contact Email2:

GeOrgia

Pixel Center

info@tbilisicentral.ge k.kolelishvili@bmb-asset.com

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MALLS LISTING

GEORGIA / IRAQ

GEORGIA Tbilisi Mall

Baghdad Gate

Tbilisi

Baghdad

Baghdad

16 km Agmashenebeli Alley

Al Harthiya

Al Harthiya, Al Kindi Street

Facts and Figures

Baghdad Mall

Facts and Figures -

Mall Size (sqm):

74,000

GLA (sqm):

3

No. of Levels:

150

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

IRAQ

2,500

Facts and Figures -

Mall Size (sqm):

17,200

GLA (sqm):

Mall Size (sqm):

60,000

GLA (sqm):

16,000

No of Levels:

-

No of Levels:

No. of Retail Outlets:

-

No. of Retail Outlets:

4 200

No. of Car Parks:

-

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

No. of Car Parks:

2012

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

2013 Q4

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Carrefour, Zara, Massimo Dutti, Marks and Spencer Rakeen Development LLC

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development Opened in 2012, Tbilisi Mall is the first outstanding retail and leisure development in the Caucasus region. The mall managed to bring together a significant number of internationally well-known brands to attract more than 3M visitors per year. Nowadays, Tbilisi Mall is unrivaled as the most successful family shopping and entertainment center. Its development guaranteed transformation into the most attractive multifunctional destination.

Amwaj International Company in partnership with ALMCO International

Contact Details Address/P.O. Box:

Tbilisi

Postal Code:

0131 Georgia

Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

+995 322 505 556 +995 322 505 556 marketing@tbilisimall.com

Contact Email2:

info@tbilisimall.com

Company Website:

www.tbilisimall.com

Centre Website:

www.tbilisimall.com

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Leasing Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

Dar Al Sabah

Main Architects:

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

Al Hamad, UAE

Main Contractor:

Tefirom, Turkey

About the Development

About the Development Baghdad Gate will be built on 25 hectares of land and includes a five-star, 25-storey hotel, large shopping mall, office tower and 3,000 residential units.

BAGHDAD the capital of IRAQ. Baghdad the largest city in Iraq the second largest city in the Arab World has some 7.5 million residents whose growing demands for shopping international brands and products have not been satisfied. Baghdad complex is the first mixed used development in Baghdad spread over an area of 215,278 sq. feet including a 30 story five-star hotel, advanced medical center and an iconic retail, entertainment and lifestyle mall. The modern, multistory shopping mall has been designed and constructed up to the highest international standards. Strategically located in the heart of Baghdad, accessible by main lively streets, just front of Baghdad International Fair, near Baghdad main bus and rail station and 18.5 Km distance from Baghdad International Airport.

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City:

Contact Details Amwaj International Company P.O. Box 850561 Amman

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City:

Postal Code:

11185

Postal Code:

Country:

Jordan

Country:

Contact Phone:

+962 6585 1228

Contact Phone:

Contact Fax:

+962 6585 2321

Contact Fax:

Contact Email: Contact Email2:

-

Contact Email:

-

Contact Email2:

Company Website:

www.amwajco.com

Company Website:

Centre Website:

www.amwajco.com

Centre Website:

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Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

16 km Agmashenebeli Alley

City:

Shops, Cafes, Restaurants, Spa & Gym, Electronical Market

-

Contact Details Tbilisi Mall

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Management Company:

Tbilisi Mall is fully operated by Rakeen Uptown Development, owned by Rakeen Development LLC and IFC (International Finance Corporation). In 2006, HH Saud Bin al Qasimi, developed a plan to carry out projects aimed at establishing new worldwide standards of construction and conceptual development and invested more than 115M USD in Tbilisi Mall, making Rakeen Development UAE as one of the largest investors in Georgia.

Main Company Name:

TBA

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

1,000

Tefirom Group Baghdad Mall Construction Harithiyye Al-Kendi Str. Sec Baghdad Iraq +964 780 700 0014 info@dar-alsabah.com m.alasadi@dar-alsabah.com www.mallofbaghdad.com -

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MALLS LISTING IRAQ Family Mall

Kirkuk Mall and 5 Star Hotel

Erbil

Kirkuk

100m. Street

Kirkuk

Bab Al Hussain, Al Hillah

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures 17,000

Mall Size (sqm):

7,000

GLA (sqm):

5

No of Levels:

80

No. of Retail Outlets:

125

No. of Car Parks:

32°29'18.9"N

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

75,294

Mall Size (sqm):

45,000

GLA (sqm):

48,226

GLA (sqm):

34,000

2

No of Levels:

136

No. of Retail Outlets:

1,450

No. of Car Parks:

3

No of Levels: No. of Retail Outlets:

200

No. of Car Parks:

500

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

44°25'58.6"E

Weekly Footfall:

171,000

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

8,900,000

Annual Footfall:

2016 Q4

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

Other Details Supermarket, Cinema and Family Entertainment Centre Babylon Development Company S.A.R.L

Management Company: Leasing Company:

2010 December

Date Opened/Opening:

Main Contractor:

Owner/ Developer:

Darin Group

-

-

Leasing Company:

-

-

-

Main Architects:

Main Architects:

-

-

-

Main Consultant:

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development

Contact Details

City: Postal Code: Country:

402 Pinnacle Building, Sheikh Zayed Road, P.O. Box 283850 Dubai United Arab Emirates +971 4 392 8304

Contact Fax:

+971 4 399 0421

Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

About the Development Family Mall Erbil is the biggest mall in Erbil. It is expected that yearly footfall will be 10 million in 2013. An extension Project has started to construct in the Mall. It is planned to finish the extension Project in the beginning of 2014. By the way GLA will be more than 60.000 m2 , the number of units will reach to 180 and the famous brands in the World will come to Family Mall.

Contact Details McARTHUR + COMPANY

Contact Phone: Contact Email:

Rekan Group

Leasing Company:

About the Development

Address/P.O. Box:

-

Owner/ Developer: Management Company:

BDC Mall site is located in the heart of Hillah city, the city which links Baghdad and Kerbala. BDC is the first modern Mall in Babylon. Parking spaces are available under ground. The Mall combines all kinds of Retail from Grocery to Fashion and others within a Modern Air-conditioned environment. Various choices of Restaurants and coffee shops are available in addition to 4 Cinemas.

Main Company Name:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

-

McARTHUR + COMPANY

Main Consultant:

Other Details Carrefour, Home Istanbul, Empire Cinemas, LcWaikiki, Digital City, Mango, FLO, Koton, Defacto, RedTag, MotherCare

Management Company:

-

Main Architects:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2018

Date Opened/Opening:

leasing@mcarthurcompany.com www.mcarthurcompany.com -

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Contact Details Darin Group 40m. Street Erbil

City:

-

Postal Code:

Iraq

Country: Contact Phone:

+964 750 561 8484 / +964 750 765 4321 -

Contact Fax: Contact Email:

info@daringroup.com -

Contact Email2: Company Website:

Kirkuk Mall and 5 star Hotel is a new investment project in Kirkuk City. The land area is 28,500m2. It contains two activities: 1 mall with 3 floors each floor is 15,000m2. 1 hotel with 15 floors around 250 different type of rooms and 1 big basement under the mall and hotel which has 22,500m2 parking. The construction started and it will be finish in 4 years.

www.daringroup.com

Centre Website:

-

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Rekan Group Shroash Street Erbil

City:

-

Postal Code:

Iraq

Country: Contact Phone:

+964 750 434 5631 -

Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

dashti@rekangroup.com dashti1969@hotmail.com www.rekangroup.com -

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Babylon

Mall Listing Malls Listing

BDC Mall


MALLS LISTING IRAQ Magma Square

Majidi Mall

Sulaimaniya

Erbil

Erbil

Sulaimaniya

Khaznasan Road

Kasnazan St., Kurdistan

IRAQ

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

37,100

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

18,115

GLA (sqm):

4

No of Levels:

64

No. of Retail Outlets:

Mall Listing Malls Listing

Mane Mall

580

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures 120,000 60,000 3

No of Levels:

67

No. of Retail Outlets:

2,000

No. of Car Parks:

100,000

Mall Size (sqm):

60,000

GLA (sqm):

4

No. of Levels:

150

No. of Retail Outlets:

2,500

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2017 Q4

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2009 November 23

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details 8 Screens Cinema Theater with arcade center, Fine & Casual Restaurants, Pubs, Food Court, Health & Beauty Center

Owner/ Developer:

Capline for Touristic Investment a member of Malia Group

Management Company: Leasing Company: Main Architects:

Retail Consulting Group SAL Spectrum Engineering Consultant

Main Consultant:

Malia CTI

Main Contractor:

Malia CTI

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Other Details Mango, Ecco, Viss, Trump

Owner/ Developer:

Hewa Holding

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

Dogan Tekeli

Main Consultant:

Hewa Holding, Majidi Mall Project Centre

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development About the Development Strategically located at the main gate of the American University of Sulaimani and widely exposed to the main city highway, MAGMA SQUARE is a one of-a-kind project. Just a short walking distance from major universities, Magma Square will attract 21,000 students who will represent a steady and continuous source of business, as well as one and a half million inhabitants. Magma Square is a unique leisure and entertainment destination, will feature multiple food and beverage concepts with a selection of retail shops ranging from convenience to pharmaceutical, printing, stationary, accessories, and technology related Products. In addition to a state of the art movie theatre, arcade, pubs and a full fledge health and beauty center.

Contact Details Main Company Name:

Majidi Mall, is Iraq’s most entertaining shopping centre of Iraq, offering its visitors an optimal shopping experience with 67 shops over 3 floors with car parking for 2,000 cars. The centre is home to 6D Cinema, delicious food and limitless entertainment in Game Land, all in one place under the roof of the Majidi Mall shopping centre, which presents a new way of living. Majidi Mall Shopping Centre has attained an indispensable part of social life throughen lightened shopping understanding thanks to playing host to the loading trademarks in the world as well as activities you will not see anywhere else.

Contact Details Capline for Touristic Investment a member of Malia Group

Address/P.O. Box:

-

City:

-

Postal Code:

-

Country:

-

Contact Phone:

-

Contact Fax:

-

Contact Email:

-

Contact Email2:

-

Company Website:

-

Centre Website:

-

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Hewa Holding Khaznasan Road Erbil

City:

-

Postal Code:

Iraq

Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2:

2018 January

Date Opened/Opening:

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

About the Development Mane Mall is a new shopping mall and hotel development located in Erbil, Northern Iraq. It will benefit from international brands including a hypermarket, department store, furniture store, multiplex cinema, bowling lanes, children’s play area, fast food court and fine dining options. Directly linked to Mane Mall is a new 250 room hotel, boasting superior conferencing facilities, a swimming pool and spa. Mane Mall has developments planned in Sulaymaniyah, Dohuk, Kirkul, Mosul, Basra, Najaf and Baghdad.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country:

+964 66 222 9404

Contact Phone:

info@hewa.com

Mylo Group

Management Company:

+964 66 222 2660 info@majidimall.com

Lulu Hypermarket, Debenhams, Grand Cinema, Marks and Spencers (M&S), British Home Stores (BHS)

Contact Fax: Contact Email:

Mylo Group P.O. Box 9284 Dubai United Arab Emirates +971 508 758 442 jamie@mylogroupco.com

Company Website:

www.majidimall.com

Contact Email2:

info@mylogroupco.com

Centre Website:

www.majidimall.com

Company Website:

www.mylogroupco.com

Centre Website:

-

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MALLS LISTING IRAQ Sofy Mall

Tablo Mall

Erbil

Erbil

Erbil

Shorash Street

40 Meter Street, Turkish Consulate

Franso Hariri Stadium

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures

73,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

32,000

GLA (sqm):

-

GLA (sqm):

-

No of Levels:

4

No of Levels:

5

5

No of Levels:

155

No. of Retail Outlets:

2,000

No. of Car Parks:

5,000

90

No. of Retail Outlets:

81,000

Mall Size (sqm):

275

No. of Retail Outlets:

No. of Car Parks:

-

No. of Car Parks:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

2014 May

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details Anchor/Notable Tenants:

2010

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details City Centre Hypermarket, Mothercare, Hugo Boss, LC Waikiki, Defacto, Mercato, Damat, Ramsy, Gold brands, etc

Owner/ Developer:

Rekan Group

Management Company: Leasing Company:

Mega Mall management

Main Architects:

Rekan Group

Main Consultant:

-

Main Contractor:

-

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Other Details Childrens Indoor Games section

Owner/ Developer:

Sofy Mall

Mega Mall Company was established in year 2009. The mall has a GLA of 32,000 sqm, is composed of four floors and a basement with a total area 73,000 square meters and contains 350 outlets. The entertainment complex includes a cinema complex, gaming zone, skating rink, city centre supermarket, restaurants and cafe and 3 underground parking for 1,000 cars.

Crocs, Havaianas, Max&Co., Berghaus, Elle, Game Land

Owner/ Developer:

New Land Group

Management Company:

-

Management Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Leasing Company:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Architects:

-

Main Consultant:

-

Main Consultant:

-

-

Main Contractor:

-

Main Contractor:

About the Development

About the Development

2011 August 16

Date Opened/Opening:

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

About the Development

Located on the prestigious Guland Road, the property features a few cafes and restaurants and an indoor games section for children.

Tablo Mall offers a comfortable and exciting enviroment for shoppers. The central lobby area is surmounted by a huge glass dome. Built and managed to the finest standards, there is a varied retail mix, which includes a hypermarket, food court, ice rink, bowling and entertainment in Game Land. The Mall has been built on land owned by Erbil Football Club.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email: Contact Email2: Company Website: Centre Website:

Contact Details

Contact Details Rekan Group Shorash Street Erbil Iraq +964 750 434 5631 dashti@rekangroup.com dashti1969@hotmail.com www.rekangroup.com -

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

Main Company Name: Sofy Group of Companies Gulan Road Erbil

City:

-

Postal Code:

Iraq

Country: Contact Phone: Contact Fax: Contact Email:

+964 781 213 8888 +964 750 551 9394 alsofygroup@yahoo.com -

Contact Email2: Company Website:

www.alsofy-group.com

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Address/P.O. Box:

New Land Group Franso Hariri Stadium Erbil

City:

964

Postal Code:

Iraq

Country: Contact Phone:

+964 750 193 3388 / 750 451 0660 +964 750 452 1611

Contact Fax: Contact Email:

IRAQ

Facts and Figures Mall Size (sqm):

newlandgroup@hotmail.com -

Contact Email2: Company Website:

www.tablomall-erbil.com

Centre Website:

www.tablomall-erbil.com

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Mega Mall


MALLS LISTING Jordan

Mall Listing Malls Listing

JORDAN / KAZAKHSTAN

MALL NAME

CITY

YEAR OPENED/OPENING

PAGE NO.

Abdali Mall

Amman

2016 April

111

Al Baraka Mall

Amman

2008 March

111

Aqaba City Center Shopping Mall

Amman

2007

111

Arabella Mall

Irbid

2010 March

112

City Mall

Amman

2007

112

Cozmo Centre

Amman

2003

112

Irbid City Center

Irbid

2014

113

Mecca Mall

Amman

2003

113

Samarah Mall

Dead Sea

2013 December

113

Taj Lifestyle

Amman

2011 November 30

114

The Boulevard

Amman

2014 June 11

114

The Galleria

Amman

2013 July 18

114

Zara Centre

Amman

2002

115

Amman, Jordan

Kazakhstan MALL NAME

CITY

YEAR OPENED/OPENING

PAGE NO.

Aport Mall - Kulja

Almaty

2016 Fall

115

Aport Mall - Raimbek

Almaty

2009 Fall

115

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MALLs LISTING Al Baraka Mall

Aqaba City Center Shopping Mall

Amman

Amman

Amman

Abdali

30, Saeed AlMufti St. Sweifieh

Aqaba

Facts and Figures

Facts and Figures 227,327

Mall Size (sqm):

70,115

GLA (sqm):

10

No of Levels:

115

No. of Retail Outlets:

2,400

No. of Car Parks:

Facts and Figures

Mall Size (sqm):

40,000

Mall Size (sqm):

GLA (sqm):

24,522

GLA (sqm):

6

No of Levels:

40

No. of Retail Outlets:

300

No. of Car Parks:

25,000 5,700 2

No of Levels:

50

No. of Retail Outlets:

200

No. of Car Parks:

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

31°57'47.8"N

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

31.955212

GPS Coordinates Latitude:

-

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

35°54'28.9"E

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

35.866182

GPS Coordinates Longitude:

-

Weekly Footfall:

-

Weekly Footfall:

38,000

Weekly Footfall:

Annual Footfall:

-

Annual Footfall:

1,993,956

Annual Footfall:

2016 April

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants: Owner/ Developer:

2008 March

Date Opened/Opening:

Azadea, Alshaya Abdali Mall Company, URC

2007

Date Opened/Opening:

Other Details

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Storia Department Store (Lacoste, Gant, Polo Ralph Lauren, Paris Hilton, Storia Beauty [Dior, Lancome, Clinique, Clarins, YSL, L'occitane]), Rolex, Longines, Tudor, Bally, Moreschi, MATALAN, ONYX Super Market

Anchor/Notable Tenants:

Red Shoe, Adidas, Go Sport, Home Point, Swatch, Global Duty Free, Clarks Fashion Blv., Woodmark

Management Company:

Owner/ Developer:

Owner/ Developer:

City Center Shopping Malls Co., Ltd.

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Al Baraka Investment & General Trade Co.

Leasing Company:

Management Company:

Management Company:

City Center Shopping Malls Co., Ltd.

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Al Baraka Investment & General Trade Co.

Leasing Company:

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Main Architects:

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Main Architects:

Laceco International

Main Consultant:

Arabtech Jardaneh

Main Architects:

Alnasser Architects

Main Contractor:

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Habash Der

Main Consultant:

Main Consultant:

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Main Contractor:

Main Contractor:

Masannat Engineering & Contracting Co.

About the Development Abdali Mall is an innovative, design-led mall that incorporates open-air features, and introduces a variety of amenities. Abdali Mall will feature a dining plaza with casual and fine restaurants and cafes in addition to a food court area. The mall will also house a large number of local, regional and international retail brands, a dynamic family entertainment center, 9-screen cinema, and a supermarket. Facilities to enhance the customer experience include a five-level basement designed to access conveniently the parking, which holds for 2,400 car.

Contact Details Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box: City: Postal Code: Country: Contact Phone:

Abdali Mall, 4th Floor, Istithmar St. Jordan +962 6565 6391

Contact Email:

sales@urc.com.jo

Centre Website:

Al Baraka Mall was opened on March 24, 2008 and it is positioned as a medium to high end fashion destination in Jordan with 40,000 sqm of buildable area and 24,522 sqm of GLA. The mall is located in heart of Sweifieh fashion district in western Amman, and has three parking levels with capacity of 300 cars, and anchored by 2 large department stores; Storia Department Store at GF occupying 4,000 sqm catering for upper medium to high end clientele. MATALAN department store is located on 3rd floor with 3,600 sqm catering for medium level customer base. There are another 100 international brands available at the mall catering to a wide range of customer needs. Our entertainment offering is Prime Cinemas with 10 screens of most modern technology and it is already positioned as Jordan’s most important entertainment destination.

Main Company Name: Address/P.O. Box:

30, Saeed AlMufti St. Sweifieh, P.O. Box 850259

www.abdalimall.com -

City: Postal Code: Country:

Amman 11185 Jordan

Contact Phone:

+962 6580 8888

Contact Fax:

+962 6580 8894

Contact Email: Contact Email2:

More than 25,000sqm of indoor, air-conditioned commercial space equipped and catered for the comfort of the visitor. Strategically located