Mirdif City Centre Announces Upgraded Retail and Dining Mix
Dubai, UAE; 6 May, 2013 - Mirdif City Centre is upgrading its retail and dining mix with over 20 new stores, all set to open this summer. From high-fashion to authentic international cuisine, Mirdif City Centre is further diversifying its 465 stores as the place to shop for must-have items as the season changes.
“The expanding retail infrastructure is a major contributor to the country's economic growth, and Mirdif City Centre is committed to maintaining its status as a leading mall in the UAE by continuously improving our offerings, in parallel to the growing urabanisation in the country,” said Hussain Moosa, Associate Director, Mirdif City Centre. “We have more than 30 new store openings in the pipeline for 2013, in addition to the 20 that are opening this summer. We are excited to continually develop shopping options for our growing number of visitors and to exceed their expectations.”
Starting in May, with openings throughout the summer months, Mirdif City Centre will be home to: Hackett with designer menswear; fashionable and chic women's clothing from Max & Co; stylish clothing for men, women and children at Marks & Spencer; on-trend and colourful clothing selections from Desigual; fun, casual fashions for men and women from Mexx; and more. For ladies stylish footwear and handbags, Nose and Nine West are also set to open.
Adding to the international dining scene, Rosa Mexicano will offer upscale, authentic Mexican cuisine, and Kcal's healthy fast-food will meet health-conscious individual's tastes. While La Cure Gourmande's French biscuits and sweets, and Pappa Roti's coffee and popular bread bun are perfect for those looking to re-energize after shopping. What's more, Nespresso's new boutique will be the perfect venue to learn the art of espresso.
The excitement will continue beyond this summer, with Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Milly and The Children's Place, and food outlets such as Ocean Basket all set to open later this year.
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