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Mirdiff City Center shopping mall Dubai

Mirdif City Center shopping mall Dubai

Mirdif City Centre is a large MAF Group shopping mall in the Mirdiff area of Dubai, similar in size and layout to the Mall of the Emirates, another MAF shopping mall in Dubai. Mirdiff City Center (MCC) includes a Carrefour hypermarket, Decathlon, VOX Cinemas, about 430 shops, and several entertainment options for children and adults such as bowling, football simulation, skydiving simulator. Opening date Tuesday 16 March 2010. Renamed or rebranded as City Centre Mirdif (in Nov or Dec 2013). See also Mirdiff City Center list of stores.

Mirdiff City Centre timings
Area Sunday-Wednesday Thursday-Friday Saturday
Shops 1000-2200 (10am-10pm) 1000-2400 (10am-12am) 1000-2400 (10am-12am)
Banks 1000-2200 1000-2200 Thu, closed Fri 1000-2200
Carrefour 0900-2400 (9am-midnight) 0900-0100 (9am-1am) 0900-2400 (9am-midnight)
Food court restaurants 1000-2200 (10am-10pm) 1000-2400 (10am-12am)  
Magic Planet 1000-2200 1000-2400 1000-2400
[Little Explorers Junior] Aquaplay      
Playnation 1000-2300 (10am-11pm) 1000-2400 (10am-midnight) 1000-2300 (10am-11pm)
VOX Cinemas 1000-0100 (10am-1am)
Ramadan Food court open daytime for takeaways (since 2010) and dine-in (since 2015).

Mirdif City Center project construction

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Mirdiff City Center construction and information

Mirdiff City Centre is a large shopping mall under construction in the Mirdif area of Dubai, and one of many shopping malls in the Majid Al Futtaim (MAF) Group portfolio of Dubai and Middle East shopping centres. The Mirdiff City Center project was first announced in April 2007 with construction beginning in August 2007. Expected opening date is 16 March 2010 according to a press release 03 November 2009 (was previously expected to be end of November 2009).

The shopping mall is located in the Mirdif area at the corner of Emirates Road and Tripoli Street and will service the Al Khawaneej, Al Maher, Al Muhaisanah, Al Warqaa, Mirdif, Nad Al Hamar, and Rashidiya areas but of course it is expected that shoppers from further afield in Dubai and other emirates will also visit the mall. Mirdiff City Centre will be similar in size to the Mall of the Emirates, and facilities will include two food courts with about 60 different eating outlets, cafes, restaurants, a Carrefour hypermarket, a 10 screen cinema complex (was originally 12-14 screens), an outside cinema, Magic Planet children's entertainment area, and an "iFly" indoor skydiving center.

Mirdif City Centre construction information
Item Details
Opening date expected to be 16 Mar 2010
Construction completion date expected to be end November or early December 2009
Total area 533,000-552,000 sq m (5.9 million sq ft)
Gross Leasable Area (GLA) 183,400-196,000 sq m (2.1 million sq ft) on 2 floors
Entertainment Area 25,000 sq meters (270,000 sq feet) (about 12%)¹
Project value AED 2.0-2.6 billion
Total number of shops or outlets 430-450 (430 in Sep 2009 press release)
Car parking 7000 spaces on 3 floors
Construction contract Al Jaber LEGT Engineering & Contracting (ALEC) LLC
Project Manager Mace Group International
Architects RTKL, and Holford Associates
Interior Design KCA International
Design and MEP supervision WSP Middle East
MEP Emirates Trading Agency (ETA)
Quantity Surveyors EC Harris
Structural Engineering Mott MacDonald
Facilities Management MAF Dalkia
  1. Previous entertainment area figures were 20,000 sq meters (215,000 sq feet) (about 10%). Updated from MAF press release 29 Jul 2009.

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