6 things you need to know about DAMAC’s new Ventura Mall
Work is well in progress on Ventura Mall, the first community retail venture by leading Dubai-based property developer DAMAC Properties.
Located in DAMAC Hills, Ventura Mall is currently 40% complete and expected to be completed in 2023. Structure works for the mall have been completed and blockwork is substantially completed. Lobby MEP works and external façade works are currently in progress.
“While DAMAC has had an active year with several new project launches such as Safa One and Safa Two by de GRISOGONO overlooking the Dubai Canal, it continues to develop and beautify its existing projects. We are always thinking of ways to add features and amenities to our flourishing communities with our residents’ comfort and convenience always being a priority,” Niall McLoughlin, Senior Vice President at DAMAC Properties said.
DAMAC’s Ventura Mall:
1. Once complete, residents will be spoilt for choice with the mall’s 36 retail stores, which include 10 F&B outlets and a supermarket. This supermarket will be the second Spinneys in the DAMAC Hills community, and will be much bigger in size at 2,657m2.
1. The mall will also have health and recreation features such as its very own medical centre, as well as a spa and a gym.
3. The progress announcement comes just weeks after DAMAC Properties launched the first co-branded residential project in the world at DAMAC Hills. GEMS Estates — an ultra-luxurious project with exteriors branded by Swiss jeweller de GRISOGONO and interiors branded by Italian fashion icon Roberto Cavalli, will be the developer’s last villa launch in the thriving community.
4. Ventura mall will serve residents living in over 3,000 villas and townhouses, nearly 4,300 apartments and it is surrounded by park lands and a Golf Course.
5. The mall is part of DAMAC’s initiative to set the highest bar when it comes to community living standards.
6. The inspiration for the project came from its near-perfect location and its ability to fulfil the existing needs of DAMAC residents in the immediate catchment.