Abu Dhabi-based shopping mall, The Galleria Al Maryah Island will welcome 13 of AZADEA Group’s brands when its expansion opens on September 4, 2019. Among the AZADEA Group brands coming to The Galleria Al Maryah Island include Bershka, Boggi, Decathlon, Kiko Milano, Mango, Massimo Dutti, Missguided, Oysho, Paul Café, Pull & Bear, Salsa Jeans, Sunglass Hut and Virgin Megastore.
The first Decathlon in the capital will ensure residents and visitors have all their sporting needs catered for at The Galleria. Famous for its one-stop-shop approach for goods such as gymnastics, biking, climbing, athleisure and beachwear, the new 20,815 sqft store will house an extensive range of the world’s most innovative sporting brands. The mall will also welcome a 13,410 sqft flagship Virgin Megastore.
“Our partnership with Gulf Related and The Galleria reinforces our mission of providing our customers and people with an entertaining and exciting way of life. We are confident that this landmark retail destination will create new horizons and opportunities in Abu Dhabi, a shared commitment that we have towards the community. AZADEA Group has been providing the region with new and exceptional concepts in the lifestyle industry for over 40 years, and we look forward to The Galleria’s opening on September 4, 2019; a game-changer that we are proud to be a part of,” says Walid Chahine, COO, AZADEA Group.
“The Galleria is thrilled to announce our extended partnership with AZADEA Group, one of the region’s leading lifestyle groups known for its exceptional diversity of brands and experiences. The introduction of Decathlon and Missguided to Abu Dhabi, along with a flagship Virgin Megastore amongst others, furthers our commitment to providing an unparalleled shopping experience for the community,” adds Daniel Parry, managing director of Gulf Related.
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