UAE's Sahara Centre says expansion work nearing completion

The shopping destination is located on the Dubai-Sharjah Highway

  

Sahara Centre, one of the leading shopping destinations in the UAE strategically located on the Dubai-Sharjah Highway, has announced steady progress on its expansion work in the west wing of the mall.
 
Following the opening of the extension, which is scheduled for Q2, visitors can expect an extensive line up of new retail stores, leisure and dining options including an incredible landscaped outdoor area.
 
It will feature local and international fashion and lifestyle brands including LC Waikiki, Centrepoint, CCC, Forever 21, Cotton On, Typo, Calliope, Yamamay, La Vie En Rose, Max Fashion, Shoe Express, Hummer, Dwell, Dune, Healthy Sports, CK, Rituals, April, Terranova, SMYK, and Hush Puppies, it stated.
 
"We are really excited about our new extension at Sahara Centre as we aim to further enhance the overall customer experience for our visitors. We have added some great brands to our portfolio and more variety to our retail mix across categories," remarked Akram Ammar, Managing Director, Sahara City.
 
"Despite the pandemic, we have leased out 80% of the new extension already. Once complete, it will add a whole new dimension to the mall," stated Ammar.
 
"Foodies will also have a lot to explore with the opening of several new restaurants and café including Ciao, Turkish Palace, Gazebo, Seafish Café and Cold Stone Creamery," he added.
 
According to him, the new extension will also feature a section dedicated to beauty including a beauty salon, a spa as well as cosmetics and fragrance stores.
 
Furthermore, visitors will now have direct access to Sahara Healthcare City, which is spread across five floors, positioning Sahara Centre as a one-stop destination for retail, leisure, dining and wellness, he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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