City Centre Almaza in Egypt for a unique retail and entertainment experience

City Centre Almaza in Egypt opens doors to public

City Centre Almaza is a new shopping hub set to be a destination for a unique retail and entertainment experiences in eastern Cairo. Visitors will enjoy Magic Planet, an indoor ride, games and attractions venue, Gravity Code, an indoor trampoline park, and Ignite sports center.

The City Centre Almaza, the fourth Majid Al Futtaim shopping mall in Egypt has officialy opened its doors to the public. Chief Executive Officer of Shopping Malls at Majid Al Futtaim – Properties, Ghaith Shocair revealed the report.

Construction of City Centre Almaza was spearheaded by the Emirati Majid Al Futtaim Group (MAF) and it costs US $500m. The launch for the construction of the city centre was attended by the Ministers of Investment, Supply, Housing and Social Solidarity, as well as representatives of the Ministry of Defence, MAF Executive Director Alain Bejani, MAF Egypt director Abdullah Nockrachy and Carrefour Egypt director Hervé Majidier.

Covering a space of over 100,000 square meters, the mall includes more than 260 stores and has dedicated nearly 10% of its space for entertainment in addition to hosting east Cairo’s first-ever VOX Cinemas (16 screens).

The mall also offers diverse food and beverage which can be found throughout the various indoor and outdoor spaces and a unique designed food court. It features a state-of-the-art Carrefour hypermarket with two football fields introducing – for the first time in Egypt – innovations that enhance the customer experience, as well as exclusive amenities and services including free WiFi, valet service and lounge, and over 4,000 parking spaces.

Majid Al Futtaim invested more in traffic and investment solutions including the upgrade of Suez Road and the construction of a new pedestrian bridge over Thawra Street, allowing visitors to safely access the shopping destination.

 

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