At least 10 new malls, four-five shopping centers and three-four hyper markets are planned within Doha and the neighboring areas within the next four years, a report by Al Asmakh Real Estate Development Company (Aredc) indicates.

The highest demand for existing and new outlets has been coming from the garment segment and luxury brand stores. Restaurants and coffee shops come next, says the report.


About 1.05mn sqm net leasable area can be delivered only in mall segment, which is nearly double the existing net leasable area within malls.

About 550,000 sqm net leasable area is expected to be delivered on and near Al Shamal Road which is 53% of the expected supply and 96% of existing net leasable area among 13 operational malls, it said.

Upon completion of all proposed mall projects, the total net leasable areas among all existing and upcoming malls would be 1.61mn sqm.

Retail development, which has already entered the recovery cycle in the second quarter of this year, is the second largest construction activity after residential development.

Gulf Times

3 September

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10 new malls coming up in Qatar

At least 10 new malls, four-five shopping centers and three-four hyper markets are planned within Doha and the neighboring areas within the next four years, a report by Al Asmakh Real Estate Development Company (Aredc) indicates.

The highest demand for existing and new outlets has been coming from the garment segment and luxury brand stores. Restaurants and coffee shops come next, says the report.

Emaar apartment sales revenue more than triples

Dubai Developer sees decline in sales revenue from villas, commercial units and land

 

By Deena Kamel Yousef, Staff Reporter

 

Published: 17:30 November 18, 2012

 

491 ongoing hotel projects in the Middle East

The Middle East and Africa (MEA) hotel development pipeline comprises 491 hotel buildings, which gives a total of 120,795 rooms, according to the June 2013 STR Global Construction Pipeline Report. The total active hotel pipeline data includes projects in the "in construction", "final planning" and "planning" stages, but does not include projects in the 'pre-planning' stage.

Qatar's food industry to grow fastest in GCC

Qatar's food production industry accounts for only about 7% of the country's domestic consumption, a new report said yesterday highlighting its dependence on food imports for local needs.

 

In 2010, Qatar produced 0.1mn tons of foods across categories, the GCC food industry report said yesterday.

"Qatar is an important business hub in the GCC. Qatar is more affluent compared to other member countries in GCC with the highest per capita income. With an enviable economic outlook and growing private consumption, food consumption in Qatar is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5% up to 2017," the report said.

Doha Metro to have 48 stations

The 131-km Doha Metro Railway will have at least 48 stations and half of the entire facility would be built underground at depths up to 50 meters. In a presentation, Qatar Rail commercial manager Stephen Lines disclosed that the elevated portion of the Metro railway is 48km long. Construction has started this year and it is expected to be completed in 2019.

 

MOHAMMAD BIN RASHED CITY DUBAI

By Shane McGinley

 

 

Published: Wednesday, 28 November 2012 3:01 PM

 

 

Dubai will not have to depend on global financial markets to fund large-scale projects announced within the last few weeks as it has access to sufficient funding from within the UAE.

 

The head of Dubai Economic Council told reporters on Wednesday.

 

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