It is operated by Majid al Futtaim (MAF), the top buying mall, communities, retail and leisure pioneer across the Middle East, Africa and Asia. With an investment of RO15.2mn, My City Centre Sur is anticipated to develop a lot more than four,000 direct and indirect job possibilities.
Ghaith Shocair, chief executive officer – buying malls, Majid al Futtaim – Properties, told Muscat Daily that the mall has been constructed as element of the group’s technique to improve its total investment in Oman to RO705mn by 2020, which contains forthcoming destinations City Centre Sohar and Mall of Oman. “This is part of our strategy in Oman’s retail, leisure and entertainment infrastructure. The mall represents a RO15.2mn investment, creating more than 4,000 jobs in Oman. We plan to open such concepts as and when opportunities arise,” he stated.
On regardless of whether the e-Commerce notion will have an effect on mall organizations, Shocair stated, “The e-Commerce concept is still a very small channel that is still growing. I think it will create new opportunities and new challenges for us and we will continue to see very strong footfall because consumers are still interested in experiences outside their homes. So, it may seem that some categories are exposed more than others in e-Commerce but the demand for malls is there and our job is to continue to satisfy the consumer demand.”
Located on Sur’s principal industrial road, My City Centre Sur is a very accessible new landmark in the city. With a lot more than 50 retail outlets across 16,500sq m and 484 parking spaces, My City Centre Sur will serve as a completely-integrated retail, dining, and leisure location.
It contains a Carrefour Hypermarket and Magic Planet loved ones entertainment centre alongside a mix of top brands in style, jewellery, and cosmetics, such as Centrepoint, Max Fashion, Pure Gold, Kryolan, and The Body Shop.
The mall gives dining alternatives such as Mersal, Razmazaan, Gloria Jeans Café, and a variety of meals court options, as nicely as solutions such as a cash exchange, telecommunication providers and pharmacies. Sustainability was a crucial aspect in the mall’s improvement, with an atmosphere-friendly style and revolutionary architectural specifics that underscores Majid al Futtaim’s aim of becoming ‘Net Positive in Carbon and Water by 2040’.
Information Source: Muscat Daily