Mall of Qatar, set to open in August this year, has signed a lease agreement with Lebanon-based retail conglomerate Azadea Group Holding, which owns and operates over 50 leading international franchise concepts across the region.
The mall will house 15 of Azadea Group’s leading global brands – including Zara, Zara Home, Massimo Dutti, Oysho, Pull & Bear, Bershka, Virgin Megastore, Paul Café, Intimissimi, Calzedonia, Kiko, Salsa, I am, Peal Juice and Eataly – across fashion, homeware, F&B and sportswear categories, occupying over 107,639 sqft.
“While choosing a retail partner we ensure that it is in line with our promise of getting top brands that will add real value to Mall of Qatar,” says Rony Mourani the mall general manager. “Azadea Group is exactly the right fit, as it will showcase a large variety of choice and brands all under one roof. With the Azadea Group on board, we have every confidence that this world-class retailer will offer a unique shopping experience to the discerning Qatari shoppers.”
“We have a strong belief in the development strategy of Qatar and we are proud to be part of its promising vision. At the Mall of Qatar we are sure that we will grow further with our partners and hopefully stand out as a primary fashion, F&B and lifestyle provider,” adds Azadea Group CEO Said Daher.
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