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Leading apparel brands eye Abu Dhabi's Al Wahda Mall

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Jun '12
Al Wahda Mall, Abu Dhabi
A number of leading global brands including Calvin Klein, H&M and Virgin Megastore are looking forward to open their outlets in the extension of Abu Dhabi based Al Wahda Mall, which is set to double its size.
 
Aiming to grow into an extensive retail destination, the mall is set to increase its leasable retail space to over one million square feet to house 256 new shops, in addition to its already existing 200 outlets.
 
The expansion is expected to establish the Al Wahda mall as one of the best shopping destinations of Abu Dhabi, offering a diverse range of products with an incomparable shopping experience to the shoppers.
 
MH AlShaya, a leading retailer of the region, has corroborated entry of 14 brands including American Eagle Outfitters, Dorothy Perkins, Pottery Barn Kids, Bath and Body Works and Miss Selfridges, in the expanded mall.
 
Meanwhile, Lebanon’s Azadea Group is also launching Bershka, Pepe Jeans, Pull and Bear, Cirgin Megastore, Piazza Italia, Jules, Tezenis and George, a value clothing chain from the UK supermarket Asda, owned by Walmart. 
 
Liwa Group and Landmark Group have also secured space for their brands like Reis, Gant and New Look in the mall, while UK retailers M&Co and BHS would be the anchor apparel outlets in the mall extension.
 
The expanded mall is expected to open in August or September this year.
 

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