Abu Dhabi to welcome second IKEA store in July

      Published on Friday, 13 March , 2020      503      
Abu Dhabi to welcome second IKEA store in July

  • Gulf News

A second branch of IKEA in Abu Dhabi is set to open later this year in Al Wahda Mall.

The home furnishing retailer will open its latest branch, its fifth across the UAE, in July, after a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between IKEA and Line Investments and Property, the shopping mall development and management division of LuLu Group.




Ashraf Ali M.A., executive director of LuLu Group, said:

“We are proud to welcome the world-renowned IKEA brand that would definitely be loved by the residents in the heart of the city who need ready-to-assemble furniture and home essentials. IKEA would perfectly complement the lifestyle and entertainment offerings of Al Wahda Mall to make every shopping experience complete.”

The store will be on the first level of the mall and span 23,000 square feet. It will feature a showroom along with a sit-down dining area.

Vinod Jayan, managing director of Al-Futtaim IKEA, said:

“We are delighted to open a new IKEA store at Al Wahda mall, given the mall’s strategic and central location, we will be in the city centre closer to where many people live.”

In December, IKEA opened its biggest store in the country, in Festival Plaza, Dubai, while the company has previously announced plans to open in Sharjah and in Oman.

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Category Gulf News | 2020/03/13 latest update at 2:30 PM
Source : Arabian Business | Photocredit : Google
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