Nakheel Mall soon to rise on Palm Jumeirah

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Nakheel Mall soon to rise on Palm Jumeirah

Nakheel Mall soon to rise on Palm Jumeirah

Nakheel Mall, the AED1.2 billion, 4.5 million square foot retail, eating and amusement destination by Nakheel, is coming to fruition at the heart of Palm Jumeirah. The ongoing building development of Nakheel Mall is almost 50 percent complete, as per the project developer.

Nakheel said that the shopping center’s three underground park levels, containing 4,000 spaces, are “almost finished”, with the total superstructure expected to be done in the third quarter of 2016.

Included on the design track of the shopping center is a VIP entrance pass and rooftop highlights, which incorporate two fountains and two waterfalls which “dive 65ft into the shopping center”.

Adding as the new masterpiece of Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, the shopping center will have five retail levels with 350 shops, eateries and relaxation attractions spread across the 1.2 million sq. ft of leased space.

In an announcement, Nakheel said that almost 60 percent of Nakheel Mall’s space has been reserved, with Waitrose, Vox Cinemas, Adidas, Breitling, French Connection and Montblanc to name some of the leading brands on board. In addition, the space boasts of a fine dining roof plaza overlooking the beautiful panoramic views of Palm Jumeirah, Arabian Gulf and the Dubai skyline.

Close to Nakheel Mall will be The Palm Tower – Nakheel’s new, 52-story, five-star hotel and private residential complex – for which a different development contract was granted to a year ago. A St Regis hotel will settle the initial 18 stories, with 504 extravagant residences above. Due to finish in 2018, the tower will likewise display a trio of rooftop features, with one of the world’s highest infinity pools on the 50th floor, a 51st story restaurant and an overview deck, 220 meters over the ground, on level 52.

The present monorail will drive over the stores and through a massive art crystal installation. Mall goers will have the chance to gaze toward the trains as they pass. It will interface the shopping center to both the city center and the Atlantis Hotel.

Construction development of the Nakheel Mall started in 2014 with foreseen fulfillment in 2017.


Mohamed Dekkak

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