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Sharjah Holding launches third Al Zahia neighbourhood

Sharjah Holding has launched a third neighbourhood in its AED 5.5 billion ($1.5b) Al Zahia mixed-use gated community development. The new Al Lilac neighbourhood will be one of seven in Al Zahia and will consist of 120 residential units. About 2,270 homes are expected to be built in the 14 million square foot master-planned development by 2022. Developed by Majid ...

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Majid Al Futtaim invests AED 260 million in City Centre mall expansion

Majid Al Futtaim will invest AED 260 million (US$ 71 million) in the redevelopment of City Centre Sharjah, one of Sharjah’s largest shopping malls located on Al Wahda street in the centre of the city. Scheduled for completion in the last quarter of 2017, the expansion will add 13,700 square metres (147,466 sq. ft.) of retail space and is expected ...

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Sharjah ramps up retail, adding 3 million square feet of retail space

Sharjah will add over 3 million square feet (278,000+ sqm.) of premium shopping mall space by the year 2020, with expansion plans being implemented by shopping mall developers and operators. Developers aim to capitalise on extensive new master-planned developments in Sharjah’s suburbs alongside the development and redevelopment of Sharjah’s urban areas and the continued growth of the emirate as a ...

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MAF building ‘super-regional’ mall in Sharjah

Majid Al Futtaim Holding is building a ‘super-regional’ shopping mall at Al Zahia community in Sharjah, which is planned to open in 2018. Al Zahia is a 1.3 million square metre (14m sq ft) masterplanned gated community being developed by Majid Al Futtaim and owned by Sharjah Holding, a joint venture between Majid Al Futtaim and the Government of Sharjah. ...

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Sharjah opens up property market to expats

The Emirate of Sharjah has updated laws regulating Sharjah’s property market to allow foreign expatriates living in the United Arab Emirates to purchase property in zones authorised by the government. Previously, property could only be sold to UAE nationals, other Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nationals and Arab nationals with a valid UAE resident visa, but not to the many other ...

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