Shopping center of the Emirates, the world's initially shopping resort, is situated in Dubai at trade four on Sheik Zayed Road. The multi-level strip mall presently highlights around 630 universal brands with an aggregate gross leasable zone (GLA) of 233,467 sqm including retail establishments, design, way of life, games, hardware & home outfitting outlets are the biggest Carrefour in the city. The convincing family recreation offer incorporates a Magic Planet family stimulation zone, a 14-screen VOX Cinemas, the incredibly famous Ski Dubai - the Middle East's first indoor ski resort and snow stop, the 500-situate limit Dubai Community Theater and Arts Center (DUCTAC) and more than 90 worldwide feasting and bistro choices. Shopping center of the Emirates highlights an unmatched extravagance offer lodging more than 80 of the world's most prestigious planner marks in Fashion Dome and Luxury Wing.
Shops at the shopping center incorporate a Carrefour hypermarket, Centre point, Debenhams, Harvey Nichols, Home Center, Jashanmal and Marks and Spencer. There are outlets for books, stationery, toys, blessing, design, craftsmanship, extras, gadgets, adornments, watches, furniture, beauty care products, scents and money related administrations. The shopping center likewise has various family recreation offerings.
The venture was propelled in October 2003 at an expected cost of AED 800 million, and was planned to be finished in September 2005. The engineering in the three-story complex consolidates Arabic and Mediterranean components, with each level associated with an auto stop.
The shopping center was outlined by the American compositional firm F+A Architects. The fundamental building contract was taken care of by Khansaheb, while the Ski Dubai contract was given to Pomagalski. The seat lifts in the snow stop and the basic steel works were dealt with by Emirates Building System and the heaping by Bauer. The shopping center opened for business on September 28, 2005 with an official introduction in November.