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BurJuman redevelopment phase commences

Carrefour and Vox Cinemas to be part of mall’s redevelopment and expansion

  • Staff Report
  • Published: 21:00 January 4, 2013
  • Gulf News

  • Image Credit: Supplied
  • The main entrance of BurJuman as it will look. The new additions are part of BurJuman’s commitment to create an ideal community mall experience that offers access to the best shopping, services and entertainment.

Dubai: BurJuman will be home to a new Carrefour hypermarket and a 14-screen Vox Cinemas multiplex following major renovation in one part of the mall, with work on the project commencing at the start of the month.

The new additions are part of BurJuman’s ongoing commitment to create an ideal community mall experience that offers access to the best shopping, services and entertainment in the neighbourhood.

“The latest redevelopment and expansion phase is expected to further enhance our appeal by offering shoppers greater convenience and access to a full-fledged grocery offering, extended family entertainment options, new F&B outlets and the addition of several new fashion and other brands to our retail portfolio, some of which will be making their first appearance in the region,”said Eisa Adam Ebrahim, GM of BurJuman. “Visitors not only look at malls as places to shop but as one-stop destinations providing enjoyment and recreation to the entire community. With our expansion we want to strengthen our relationship with our customers and give them easy access to everything they need in one place.”

Ebrahim continued: “The much awaited redevelopment took some time to finalise as the mall was researching and exploring different options to make the product offering wider and stronger for our customers. We are very confident that what we have in store will be exactly what our tenants and shoppers in the area have been looking for.”

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