Master developer Nakheel hosted a company-wide Covid-19 vaccination drive for employees and their families. The effort is part of a commitment to prioritise staff wellbeing,
The mall is set to celebrate the festive season by welcoming customers to experience a one-of-a-kind nostalgic and stylish Festive Village on its new rooftop until January 2nd.
An 800-room joint venture between local developer Nakheel and RIU Hotels & Resorts of Spain, the property becomes the first four-star, 24-hour all-inclusive beachfront resort in the destination.
Naaman Atallah has more than 25 years’ experience in the real estate sector in the Middle East and India, through key leadership positions at Dubai Properties, Emaar and Qatari Diar.
Nakheel Malls has official broken the record for the largest fountain in the world. Guinness World Records recognised the Palm Fountain in Dubai as covering 7,327 metres squared during an opening ceremony earlier.
Lovers of sun and sand are preparing for a new addition to the shores of Palm Jumeirah – Palm West Beach. The walkable waterfront destination comprises 1.6 kilometres of promenade and beachfront.
Marks & Spencer, the quintessential British brand, has confirmed it will launch a pop-up shop in the Nakheel Mall.
Nakheel, developer of the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, has sold nearly 250 properties over the last four months. The assets had a combined value of 600 million dirhams, defying the overall slowdown in the real-estate market and showcasing confidence returning post Covid-19.
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.