Sharjah Holding PJSC – a partnership between Majid Al Futtaim Properties and Sharjah Asset Management – inaugurated the AED56 million extension of Matajer Al Juraina, with 16 exciting new brands and restaurants, increasing the community mall’s size by a third.
Matajer Al Juraina’s enhancement project has increased the size of the mall from 64,585 to 96,875 sqft, with number of stores growing from 35 to 51. The carpark now features 281 spaces for visitors.
“Majid Al Futtaim is changing the face of community malls by bringing well-loved brands and dining concepts closer to residents of fast-growing neighbourhoods such as Sharjah’s university area,” says Ghaith Shocair, CEO – Shopping Malls, Majid Al Futtaim Properties.
“The expansion and upgrade of Matajer Al Juraina highlights our focus on serving the everyday needs of surrounding areas by broadening the range of dining and retail options on offer, making our parking more accessible and enhancing the overall community mall experience. Majid Al Futtaim’s focus on the Matajer brand in Sharjah also reaffirms our commitment to increasing our total investment in the UAE by AED30 billion by 2026,” he adds.
Brands such as Typo are making their Sharjah debut with a new store at Matajer Al Juraina. Visitors can shop from Max and Annabelle outlets. The mall’s contemporary design boasts a shaded pergola for outdoor dining, set in the verdant surroundings of Sharjah’s university neighbourhood. Matajer Al Juraina has also widened its day-to-day service offerings with the opening of UAE Exchange and Life Pharmacy.
Other Matajer malls that serve the everyday lifestyle needs of residents in key communities in Sharjah include Matajer Al Quoz, Matajer Al Khan and Matajer Al Mirgab, with plans to open three more community malls – Matajer Al Seyouh, Matajer Al Rahmaniyah and Matajer Al Musalla – announced last year.
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