Majid Al Futtaim shopping mall City Centre Ajman is undergoing a major transformation, having added 18 new international stores and restaurants as part of the AED643 million enhancement project. The shopping mall is being enhanced from a community-centred venue to an all-round shopping, dining and leisure destination by 2019.
As part of its efforts to address the changing customer demand, City Centre Ajman has brought new stores and restaurants, such as Gazebo, Jacky’s and Pure Gold to the mall. Several outlets that closed temporarily during the mall’s redevelopment are up and running once more, including Sun & Sand Sports, Aldo, Carter’s, Mothercare, Okaïdi, Anotah, Areej, Damas and du.
Fashion brands making their Ajman debut include Parfois, Garage and beauty store Kiko. For the first time Indian restaurant, Gazebo will be available at the mall, while casual favourites Döner & Gyros and Jollibee will increase the fast food mix.
Shops set to open later this summer include Modern Pharmacy, candy store Jelly Belly, beauty brand The Body Shop and fashion retailer Giordano.
The mall has also enhanced accessibility for customers by increasing the parking capacity to 2,100 bays and added a new entrance along with 100 additional parking bays near its anchor stores – Carrefour and Centrepoint.
City Centre Ajman is now home to more than 60 international and local brands including the emirate’s largest Carrefour hypermarket, a nine-screen VOX Cinemas and a Magic Planet amusement centre.
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