Kalba Waterfront Mall
Updated on 21 March 2017

Kalba Waterfront Mall will be located at the centre of the development area in the Kalba Eco-tourism Project, overlooking a lagoon lined by mangroves. With a development cost of Dhs 106 million, the mall provides a leasable retail area of 11,204 sqm and is also due to open in the third quarter of 2019. Developer: Omran Properties.

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