Reem Mall, the 2 million square feet of retail space on Abu Dhabi’s Reem Island programmed to open in 2018, declared UAE retail conglomerate Landmark Group as the prime tenant bringing in 23 new stores.
The new shopping center will have some of Landmark Group’s most famous concepts, which includes Kurt Geiger, Stride Rite, Centrepoint, Carpisa, Nose, Max, Yours London, Home Center, Ecco, Sports One, Koton, Iconic, and Shoexpress. New Look, Puket, Blocco 31, Kazar, Loriblu Adidas Kids, Lipsy, Steve Madden, Pablosky, Aerosoles, and Reiss, Landmarks franchise brands among others will likewise be a part of retail offering.
Landmark Group executive Manu Jeswani said that Abu Dhabi’s imposing shopping center development offers extraordinary potential for growth in retail.
He said its lively shopping with its arts and entertainment culture was a colossal fascination for both tourists and residents, expanding the opportunity for the retail business.
Landmark Group is deliberately expanding its presence in the city of Abu Dhabi and our collaboration with Reem Mall will empower us to convey our offering significantly closer to our clients.”
Landmark Group being a prime tenant, will take up a total retail area of about 200,000 square feet inside the shopping center.
Developed by 2 Kuwaiti companies National Real Estate Company and United Projects for Aviation Service Company, Reem Mall started building construction a year ago and is scheduled to open in 2018. Notwithstanding worldwide and restaurant brands and local retail, the shopping center will likewise house a range of entertainment alternatives including the 125,000 square feet world’s biggest indoor snow-play park.
It will open just months after Gulf Related finishes its 1 billion dollar Al Maryah Central shopping center on neighboring Al Maryah Island.
When ready, the bigger Al Reem Island project is set to have a major transit hub, six kindergarten centers, a Paris Sorbonne University, 11 new private schools, three new private hospitals, a number of medical centers, nine mosques, civil defense and police facilities, and nearly 500,000 square meters of park and open space
It is expected to cater a population of 210,000 in the future.