A shopping mall, said to be focussing on Artificial Intelligence and state-of-the-art technology, is to be built in Kuwait.
Tamdeen Group has announced the tech-equipped Al Khiran Hybrid Outlet Mall, through its subsidiary Tamdeen Pearl, which it describes as ‘a spectacle in design and offering.’
The developer will invest in ‘major experience-based components’ like Artificial Intelligence and technology-driven entertainment as part of the project, although currently no further details are available.
“Tamdeen Group is proud to be launching the first hybrid outlet concept in the region, which aims to satisfy a changing customer and growing demand for great value and heightened experiences,” said Mohammad Jassim Al Marzouq, Tamdeen Group’s chairman.
“Our conviction in this project stems from a thorough understanding of customers’ expectations and behaviours in Kuwait along with a deep-rooted purpose of setting new benchmarks in the country’s retail real-estate industry.”
Located in the south of the country, the mall will sit in an area undergoing significant development. There are four major cities nearing completion in the area, with more than 100,000 units across all of them.
It is near to Saudi Arabia and the developer said the mall will benefit from an inflow of 2.5 million Saudi tourists each year who drive to Kuwait.Click below to share this article