Fit outs underway in Jumeirah district of Dubai with mall on track to open its doors to visitors in April 2022, CEO says
Al Waleed Real Estate has announced that it has completed major construction works on its shopping centre project located at the Al Thanyah Street in Jumeirah, Dubai. The developer notes that the retail units in Meyan Mall have been handed over to tenants who have already started work on the interior designs.
According to a statement, the mall comprises two basement levels with parking for 70 cars, a ground level and two upper levels. It features 44 stores of various sizes and is expected to host a diverse line of local and international brands.
Al Waleed Real Estate CEO Mohammed Abdul Razzaq Al Mutawa said with work in full swing, the mall is likely to open its doors to visitors in April next year.
“The UAE continues to succeed, achieve more and deliver iconic projects despite the current global challenges. We are currently on the right path in implementing precautionary and safety measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. Preliminary data indicates that the UAE will be one of the first countries to recover from the pandemic and this we believe will play a vital role in positively impacting our economic activities.”
The developer said that the mall is strategically located between Jumeirah Street and Al Wasl Street in the heart of Umm Suqeim II, just 800m from the Burj Al Arab.