Wahat Hili Mall in Al Ain is nearing completion and is set to offer an interesting mix of retail, food and services to the surrounding community and visitors this spring.
Final provisions are currently being made before the shopping complex opens its doors in the heart of Hili district. These include a review of quality assurances, landscaping and parking arrangements, which are in line with the management’s resolve to make sure everything is in order before the mall opens for visitors.
“As our journey reaches its destination, we have taken special measures to ensure we tread a steady path to ‘redefine’ everyday shopping, dining, entertainment and convenience in Al Ain. We can confidently say we are on track to achieve our objective,” says Mohamad El Sabawi, general manager of the mall.
The mall’s building is complete, along with all civil works. Tenants have moved in and are working in parallel with the mall management to ensure the opening day is a ‘total’ experience for visitors.
Wahat Hili Mall is home to Abu Dhabi National Islamic Finance (ADNIF), Agar Chocola, Al Ansari Exchange, Axiom Telecom, Baskin Robbins, Bin Sina Pharmacy, Géant hypermarket, Grand Optics, Jamaica Blue, Jumbo Unwired, La Brioche, Look Optics, Nail-Aholics, National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) – Al Ain headquarters, Papa John’s Pizza, Pizza Felice, Subway, The Body Shop and UAE Exchange, among a host of well-known brand names.
It occupies a strategic location in Al Ain, standing next to the city’s largest residential complex and is set to draw a steady stream of shoppers from Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Oman, along with those travelling from further afield.
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