UAE’s premiere one-stop-shop for all construction and interior design requirements
Under the patronage of H.E. Ahmad Mohammad Al Midfaa, Sharjah Chamber of Commerce Chairman, Union Mall opened its doors to a broad base of customers on Tuesday, December 7th. The opening was marked by a ceremony attended by Mohammad Abdallah Al Omran, representatives from the group and local media.
Commenting on the opening, Mohammad Abdallah Al Omran, Founder of M.A Al Omran Group, said: “We are delighted to bring customers in Sharjah and the UAE a comprehensive destination offering a one-stop-shop for all their construction and decoration needs. Union mall is a unique mall model, bringing more than 60 specialized showrooms under one roof.”
Strategically located alongside the King Faisal Street in Sharjah, Union Mall stands on 130,000 square feet in the industrial area no. 4, which is vastly renowned among customers in the UAE and the wider MENA region as a trading destination of building materials and decoration items. With the opening of Union Mall, customers will enjoy the convenience of finding all their requirements under one roof.
Union Mall features a distinctive design with a modern-style architecture reflecting its position as a leading building materials destination. The mall is also equipped with state-of-the-art facilities including a large parking area that can accommodate more than 230 cars, central air conditioning, high-speed elevators and broadband internet connection.
“According to a series of recent surveys, the building and construction sector in the UAE and the Middle East has begun to swing back to vibrancy, with 1600 projects returning to activity in the UAE alone. Supported by its strategic location and unique offering, Union Mall is in a strong position to benefit from the real estate recovery as it progresses,” Al Omran added.
Specialized outlets in Union Mall offer a wide selection of building and interior design materials including ceramic and granite, glass and aluminum, sanitary products, floor and ceiling materials, wall papers, lighting equipment and doors and stairs.
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