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|03 June, 2018

Emaar completes 60% of Dubai Hills Mall construction

The 2 million square meters mall will feature around 650 trendy retail outlets

A logo of Dubai's Emaar Properties is seen at an under-construction building in Dubai, UAE, March 3, 2016. Image for illustrative purposes.

A logo of Dubai's Emaar Properties is seen at an under-construction building in Dubai, UAE, March 3, 2016. Image for illustrative purposes.

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Dubai – Mubasher: Emaar Development, a subsidiary of Emaar Properties, on Sunday has announced that Dubai Hills Mall construction works are going as scheduled to be opened on time.

About 60% of the mall's construction works have been completed with a workforce of 5,000 on site, according to the company’s recent statement.

Located in the heart of the Dubai Hills Estate, the 2 million-square metre mall will feature around 650 trendy retail and F&B outlets.

“Dubai Hills Estate is today one of the most sought-after lifestyle destinations in the city, with strong customer response to our residential launches. With the Dubai Hills Mall, we continue to build on our track-record of delivering exceptional lifestyle destinations with world-class amenities to serve the residents and visitors,” Ahmad Al Matrooshi, managing director of Emaar Properties, said.

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The mall will also feature 18-hole championship golf course, in addition to the Dubai Hills Park and open green spaces.

Emaar has also commenced the structural steel work of an 18-screen cineplex as well as the first glass skylight, according to the statement.

“The mall will be a vibrant new addition to Dubai’s retail scene, offering retailers the opportunity to be part of one of the largest mega-developments in the city. We are working with leading consultants and contractors for the on-schedule opening of the mall,” Al Matrooshi added.

The UAE property developer did not give further details concerning the project's total cost.

 

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