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Retail | Middle East


According to new insights from CBRE's newly released The Future Of Retail 2030 report, shopping centers of the future will become just 'centers' by reinventing themselves as mixed-use destinations and adding healthcare, educational and leisure uses.


Skyscraper land speeds up bureaucratic processes for builders


Housing prices in Israel have been rising for so long that many residents don’t remember what it’s like when they fall. They may be about to find out.


You've seen one Apple store, you've seen them all—or have you?


Weaving through the packed parking lot toward the Mall of Egypt, a new $700 million retail palace complete with a Dubai-style indoor ski slope, it’s easy to think that the country’s economy is well and truly on the mend after years of crisis.


According to Cluttons, a rise in build-to-suit developments in Oman is predicted as occupiers seek a tailor made approach to commercial developments.


A beachfront Hamptons property spanning roughly 36 acres - which sought $50 million in 2010 but failed to sell - is back on the market for $49.995 million.


Shopping centres across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) are now the preferred destination for eating and drinking, says a new report by CBRE.


Dubai, the land of the largest, the tallest and other record-setting landmarks is adding one more feather to its cap of wonders. United Arab Emirates is all set to welcome the world’s biggest Apple store in Dubai. 



Emaar Properties PJSC, the builder of the world’s tallest tower in Dubai, said first-quarter profit rose 7 percent, beating analyst estimates, as it generated more income from retail and hotel assets.


The emirate’s residential market has reached the end of two-year boom, but experts are confident that bust is not on the cards this time around


(Bloomberg) -- When LeMall opened amid a blaze of fireworks in 2010, it marked the inauguration of the biggest shopping mall in southern Lebanon. To the region’s fashionable young residents, it signaled something even more important: the first local Zara outlet.


Dubai is spending more than $45bn on a new airport and another $2.9bn for a theme park. Then there’s $6.8bn to put up the world’s largest shopping mall.



Cushman and Wakefield reports retail property is in strong demand across most of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), as property investors are not only turning to new markets but also taking on more risk as they seek out opportunities. 


Abu Dhabi-based developer Gulf Related today broke ground on Al Maryah Central, a 2.3 million square foot super-regional shopping center located at the core of Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi. 


The Persian Gulf’s first Macy’s Inc. (M) department store will be part of a $1 billion Abu Dhabi mall planned by Gulf Capital and Stephen Ross’s Related Cos.


Sears Holdings Corp. (SHLD) jumped the most in more than a decade after saying it may sell 200 to 300 stores and lease them back, aiming to wring money from its real-estate holdings after nine straight quarterly losses.


A part of the fashionable New York is extending out to the Middle East. 


Christian Louboutin has reached the Middle East to woo the Sheikhs and the well-heeled men in the pearl of the Gulf countries.


International real estate agent Chestertons has announced that it would be launching its latest luxury development in an upcoming property exhibition in the United Arab Emirates.