Dragon City dining outlets to open in Bahrain in 2016

Occupancy of 6,000 sq m mall at 95% six months after launch
Dragon City dining outlets to open in Bahrain in 2016
By Staff writer
Mon 11 Jul 2016 01:04 PM

Bahrain’s Dragon City will open six new outlets in its Dining Village by the end of 2016.

The 6,000 sq m Dining Village will include international cuisines and a car park that can house more than 1,500 vehicles.

The managers of the $100 million Dragon City project, Chinamex Bahrain Management Company, has co-ordinated with major food and beverage service operators to meet the deadline, reported Gulf News Daily.

Six months after the mall’s official launch, its occupancy has reached 95 percent, while its rate of active trading tenants has risen to 85 percent, revealed the firm’s deputy general manager Zeid J Kong.

Of the tenants, just 10 percent are Bahraini companies, said the report.

The joint development project between Bahrain’s Diyar Al Muharraq and Chinese Chinamex is more than 115,000 square metres and includes more than 750 wholesale and retail stores.

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