New Furniture Market launched in Dubai
Nad Al Sheba-based project consists of 120 shops distributed in 6 blocks in addition to facilities such as restaurants, toilets and parking spaces
Dubai Municipality's General Projects Department has completed construction of its new 26,750m2 (288,000 ft2) Furniture Market in Nad Al Sheba-3 area at a cost of $21m (AED77m).
The market, which will also accommodate household appliances and used electrical appliances, adheres to 100% green building standards.
Eng. Marwan Abdullah Al Mohammed, Director of the General Projects Department said the Furniture Market is spread on an area of about 17 hectares, which has provision for the sale of several household goods.
The market is expected to bring together all activities connected with furniture trade in a unified location, which will lead to a competitive market as compared to what exists across the Gulf region, and even globally.
Al Mohammed added that the project consists of 120 shops distributed in 6 blocks, each containing 20 shops in addition to facilities such as restaurants and toilets, 714 parking spaces for visitors and 114 parking areas for trucks.
He said that the project also includes other facilities such as roads and shaded areas for external display of furniture during local and international festivals with the presence of green spaces and public services.