Construction works for Kuwait’s First Hybrid Outlet Mall, the leisure and lifestyle destination, dubbed Al Khiran Mall is right within Sabah Al Ahmad Sea City has been completed by leading master planning, infrastructure, and building design company, SSH.
As a whole, Kuwait’s First Hybrid Outlet Mall features a 750-meter-long, two-storey development. A statement from SSH remarked that it aims to offer seamless shopping in a luxurious setting. Moreover, the project strives to serve leisure accompanied by picturesque waterfront views. The development’s waterfront park and boardwalk span 70,000 meters squared.
A press release statement also confirmed that the leisure mall development will host exhibitions as well as large-format events. Moreover, it will be complemented by recreational entities such as a large marina with 900 berths.
Kuwait’s First Hybrid Outlet Mall Project Area
Quite impressively, the Kuwait’s First Hybrid Outlet Mall Project development spans 350,000 meters squared, featuring 300 retail stores. In total, Al Khiran Mall also includes about 3,700 parking spaces. Additionally, the development houses several renowned brands, all in an effort to elevate the overall customer experience. Its design features a unique skylight roofing system, of which compliments the interiors with natural light. In addition to experiential elements including, tech-themed entertainment and AI (artificial intelligence).
Plans for Kuwait’s First Hybrid Outlet Mall were announced back in October 2019 by Tamdeen Group. While commenting about the KWD 250 million mall, the Chairman of Tamdeen Group noted that it targets to set new benchmarks, especially in Kuwait’s retail, and real estate industry. Official reports reveal that the development will serve approximately three million consumers.
Mohammad Jassim al Marzouq further highlighted that the country boasts a population of about 4.6 million, with 70% being youth. The Chairman further pointed out that. at the time, Kuwait’s total retail spend was $33.3 billion. Conclusively, he expressed that by 2025, the total retail spending will potentially reach $52.2 billion.