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Gate Avenue Retail District Project - Dubai International Financial Center
Known as the Retail Spine, this project will be located at Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC) and cover about 61,000 square meters of new retail space. It is understood that bids have been submitted by consultants to project manage the development. Gate Avenue, the new retail and fashion experience brought to you by DIFC extends from The Gate Building to Central Park Towers, providing a seamless, fully connected year-round walkable destination including an outdoor promenade. Furthering the Centres reputation for iconic architecture, Gate Avenue is introducing over 185 retail, dining, fashion and lifestyle concepts.Bringing together an eclectic retail mix that consists of leading regional and international stores, Gate Avenue will showcase established global brands and homegrown concepts alike. Whether you want a first-look at the newest fashion trends, homeware or lifestyle offerings, Gate Avenue has something for everyone. The dedicated 4,000 square foot Design House, centrally located in Gate Avenue, is a collective retail space that will be home to a selection of hand-picked local SMEs looking to grow their business in a dynamic and exciting new environment.The rich tapestry of gastronomy across the DIFC District, which includes internationally acclaimed restaurants such as Zuma and La Petite Maison, continues throughout Gate Avenue. Reflecting the DIFC communitys affinity with Dubais food-centric population, the aesthetic design of the development and eclectic choice of edible options available to visitors is vast and exciting. Never a dull moment at Gate Avenue, a roster of events and activations covering art, fashion, food, theatre, design and music will keep the urban living development alive throughout the seasons. From countless entertainment options, to state-of-the-art fitness facilities, there is no other place quite like Gate Avenue. The project is about Development of a new retail center comprising (150) outlets and split into several zones.