Central Park Towers at DIFC attracts strong portfolio of office and retail tenants in 2017

Brand View: Central Park Towers has announced 2 key tenants moving into the development in early 2018
Central Park Towers has announced 2 key tenants moving into the development in early 2018
Wed 29 Nov 2017 05:58 PM

The commercial leasing market in the UAE has witnessed a challenging year. Despite this, many areas in Dubai are seeing positive leasing results which have given the industry a renewed sense of optimism and Central Park Towers at DIFC has witnessed positive leasing results as we approach the end of the year.

Central Park Towers has announced 2 key tenants moving into the development in early 2018. Marriott International’s regional office for Middle East and Africa have secured space comprising of 84,831 sq. ft. and is expected to take occupancy in early Q2 2018. This agreement represents one of the biggest office deals of 2017 in Dubai.

Marriott International will also be the first company with a dual license in the free-zone, operating with both an on-shore and off-shore licenses.  The second key tenant to lease at the property will occupy total space comprising 62,533 sq. ft. This brings the total take up of office space at Central Park Towers in 2017 to in excess of 250,000 sq. ft.

With the addition of our new tenant, Marriott International, to complement our existing international tenants such as Merck Serono, Bank of Singapore and HDFC, we move into 2018 ready to meet the requirements of other comparable companies.  Our retail space is expanding quickly, forecasting 75% occupancy by the end of the year.

We have attracted a number of unique retail, service and F&B tenants, who have understood our vision to build a strong community at Central Park Towers and have chosen us over other locations in Dubai.

Central Park Towers is home to some well-known brands like Spinneys and Starbucks, as well as unique and new-to-Dubai brands such as Barry’s Boot Camp, a popular American fitness franchise; Fogo de Chao, a Brazilian steakhouse brand from the USA; Café Frei, an international coffee house; Nina’s Boutique, a niche floral design company, Bombay Shirt Company, bespoke shirt tailoring and Poke & Co, a trendy healthy eatery.

We will also welcome new and established concepts such as Krave, Gallus Rotisserie and Mama’esh to our retail community as well as one of the largest Starbucks outlets in Dubai.

For more details, click here: http://www.centralparktowers.ae/commercial/

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