Seef Properties unveils design of Seef Mall's West Wing Expansion
- Bahrain: Sunday, January 30 - 2005 at 16:12
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Seef Properties, the leading Property Development and Management company in the Kingdom of Bahrain, unveiled the image of Seef Mall's West Wing Expansion, an ambitious project scheduled for completion by the beginning of 2006.
The nearly $40 million expansion is set to increase Seef Mall's capacity by over one third of its current size, bringing the total Gross Lettable Area to approximately 75,000 Square Meters.
"Seef Properties' positive move towards the Seef Mall Expansion came as a result of extensive market research, excellent sales track record witnessed by the mall over the past couple of years and our projected growth in demand" commented Khalid Fadhul, Leasing & Merchandising Manager for Seef Properties. "Our findings revealed the expansion would inevitably meet the customer demands for additional shopping choice while satisfying the retailers who are eager to setup their operations in the Seef Mall premises."
The additional 22,000 Square Meters of space will house two floors filled with an extensive retail mix consisting of new fashion brands, Multimedia stores, sports outlets and a variety of new coffee shops and restaurants to complement the expansion. Seef Properties has also signed up with new tenants some of whom include internationally renowned brand names associated with quality in product standards such as Kenneth Cole Unisex Fashion, Coccinelle ladies bags, Enzo Angilioni Ladies Footwear, Aldo Accessories, Strand Bags, Paul Frank Industries character driven concept.
"Seef Properties has been committed to providing its Seef Mall visitors with the ultimate shopping experience through its extensive choice in fashion, technology, entertainment and dining outlets" continued Fadhul. "We have therefore ensured that the new expansion supports our on-going strategy of spoiling our customers for choice by introducing a variety of new brands into the market to suit everyone's taste" explains Fadhul.
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