Dubai mall and botanical gardens planned

WCN Editorial Team 28 Oct 2016 MIDDLE EAST BUILDINGS

Cityland Group has unveiled plans for an AED1.1bn ($299.4M) nature-inspired mall in Dubai.

The Cityland Mall will feature an 18,600sq m botanical garden named Central Park at its core and 105,000sq m of leasable space.

The central park will include a miniature version of the Miracle Garden, a mini water park, an ancient tree garden, a Japanese garden, a 360-degree rooftop garden, and restaurants and cafes.

The mall will also feature a 3,000-seat amphitheatre, a 9,300sq m hypermarket, 75 dining outlets, a cinema, and a car park for 6,000 cars.

Cityland Group CEO and board member Fahimuddin Sharfuddin said: “The mall guarantees an immersive experience for all members of the family, led by a strong selection of renowned fashion retailers, convenience store, cinema theatre and dining options that are both internationally reputed and locally popular.

“What sets Cityland Mall apart is an open-air botanical garden that forms the nucleus of the mall — both literally within the mall architecture and symbolically, since it will be its hallmark attraction. Families, children and environment enthusiasts will be treated to an awe-inspiring assortment of floral specimens.”

The 204,400sq m development is set to be launched in the middle of 2018.

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