|08 April, 2019

Al Wahda Mall expands portfolio, retains brands with advanced innovative leasing strategies

Sharaf DG renews lease and doubles up store size at Al Wahda mall

Al Wahda Mall expands portfolio, retains brands with advanced innovative leasing strategies

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: Al Wahda Mall, an iconic landmark and the favorite shopping destination located in the heart of Abu Dhabi announces the expansion of Sharaf DG, UAE’s largest electronics retailer in the premises. Located next to Oscar Cinema the store is set to open this march. Spread across 4103 square feet earlier, the new store now spans across nearly 10,000 square feet in size with added departments for Home Appliances and Personal Care.Commenting on the new expanded retail outlet of Sharaf DG, Mr. Navaneeth Sudhakaran, General Manager, Al Wahda Mall said, “We are continually reinventing our leasing strategies to offer more to our tenants. This year we are positively looking forward to a significant rise in the tenant retention while welcoming newer and bigger brands. We value our relationship with Sharaf DG and see a great demand for consumer electronics owing to the strategic location of the mall in the heart of Abu Dhabi. We are looking forward to add more value to our tenants with our innovative leasing strategies.”

 “We have seen an increase in consumer interest about large screen televisions, washing machines and cooking ranges at this location and have decided to introduce our entire range of appliances with the biggest brands in the market at competitive pricing with unmatched customer service,” said Nilesh Khalkho, CEO of Sharaf DG.

“Sharaf DG and Al Wahda Mall’s association has been a fruitful one. We’re both committed to offer the best shopping experience to our valued customers and looking at the market sentiment picking up pace, launching a bigger store was the next logical step for us to take the customer experience to the next level at this popular shopping mall,” Khalkho said.

The new store will be located in Al Wahda Mall, Abu Dhabi next to Oscar Cinema. It will be open from 10 am until 10 pm, every day.

In 2018, more than 60 new outlets were launched among which were Miniso, Mumuso, Barbeque Nation, Wendy’s, Jollibee, Max Fashion, Etude House, Roman, Atasay Jewellery, Tas-Heel & Tad-Beer, Kaya Skin Clinic, Socks Collection, Daiso, Bench, R&B and more were opened for the public. This year 2019, the mall is all set to launch Baby Shop, The Deal, Jimmy’s Killer Prawns, Saray Jewellery, Tapa King, Al Falak, Henlin, Expansion of the cinema, Cottonil, Chaitime to name a few.

Al Wahda Mall is the largest shopping mall in Abu Dhabi, popular among local residents and visitors alike.

More information: www.alwahda-mall.com 

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