Nakheel Mall is hosting a Ripe Retail Pop-Up every weekend from now until October 24th. The event brings together up to 20 home-grown small businesses for a boutique market on Palm Jumeirah.
Nakheel Malls has launched Thank Our Local Heroes – a campaign to recognise the work, dedication and commitment of Dubai Health Authority and Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services staff with gift cards, retailer discounts and more.
Visitors over 60-years-of-age are now welcome at the Pointe on the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai. Guests of a certain age had previously been advised to stay away to mitigate the risks of contracting Covid-19.
Footfall at Nakheel Malls’ destinations across Dubai reached up to 70 per cent of normal capacity last weekend, with homeware, sports gear and health and safety at the top of customers’ shopping lists.
Nakheel Malls is pulling out all the stops to ensure customer, staff and tenant safety and wellbeing as it prepares to reopen Nakheel Mall, Ibn Battuta Mall, Dragon Mart and other destinations across Dubai.
Drone racers have captured new and unique footage of Nakheel Mall after being granted exclusive access during the temporary coronavirus closure.
Nakheel has embarked on a two-week precautionary deep disinfection programme at all 647 residential buildings in its Dubai property portfolio. The move is part of the developers ongoing commitment to safeguarding public health in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The initiative is in line with the economic stimulus launched under the direction of sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai.
Nakheel Mall on Palm Jumeirah is making its Dubai Food Festival debut with new restaurant openings and a tasty line up of offers and entertainment until March 21st.
Spanning 1,652 square metres, the facility is centred around five brand new Fitness First concepts – including Kube, Box, Spin, Hot Studio and GX Studio.
Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Shaibani has taken over as chairman of Nakheel following the resignation of Ali Rashid Lootah. Nakheel is a Dubai-based property developer, responsible, among a number of developments, for the construction of Palm Jumeirah.
Shatha Saif Al Suwaidi will lead the delivery of all infrastructure work at the master developer’s communities across Dubai, which currently span 15,000 hectares and provide homes for 300,000 people.