As part of a leasing agreement, Mall of Qatar will bring over 30 global lifestyle and hospitality brands from the portfolio of Kuwait-based retail conglomerate MH Alshaya Co.
Occupying a total of around 193,750 sqft space at the mall, these brands include Debenhams, Pinkberry, Bath & Body Works, Milano, Icing, American Eagle Outfitters, Vision Express, Jo Malone, River Island, Asha’s, Starbucks, PF Chang’s, The Cheesecake Factory, Texas Roadhouse, Payless ShoeSource, Boots, Claire’s, M.A.C, Foot Locker, Shake Shack, H&M, Miss Selfridge, Topshop, Phase Eight, The Body Shop, Victoria’s Secret, Pink, Babel, Pottery Barn, Raising Cane’s, Next and Mothercare.
The agreement with Alshaya was confirmed at a signing ceremony between Shem Krey, managing director and Rony Mourani, general manager of the Mall of Qatar, and MH Alshaya Co CEO Wassim Arabi.
“Qatar is an important and growing market for us and we are very pleased to partner with Mall of Qatar to expand the range of retail, café and dining choices that we can offer to customers,” says John Hadden, senior vice president, retail property for Alshaya.
“With more than 70 leading international brands in Alshaya’s portfolio we look forward to bringing traditional favourites, exciting new brands and outstanding new-look stores to this significant new addition to Qatar’s retail scene.”
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