Tamdeen Group’s ‘The Warehouse’ project welcomed Eng. Ahmed Abdullah Al Manfouhi, Director General of Kuwait Municipality, along with his accompanying delegation during an inspection site visit to follow up on the project’s latest developments. Located in the South Subahiya area, The Warehouse is set to open in the third quarter of 2023.
The site visit comes within the Kuwait Municipality’s framework and keenness to follow up on key development projects implemented by companies within the private sectors, especially those that aim to positively impact the national economy. The officials were greeted by Mohammed Jassim AlMarzouq, Chairman of Tamdeen Group and Ahmad Al Sarawi, Chairman of Tamdeen Shopping Centers Co., as well as other representatives.
During his visit of the various facilities on the site, Al Manfouhi praised ‘The Warehouse’, highlighting the projects innovative design and flawless execution which aligns in accordance with the highest commercial development international standards. Al Manfouhi expressed that it comes as no surprise to witness the level of professionalism and innovation placed into developing the project, truly reflecting the reputation that Tamdeen Group has built over the years and is recognized for.
Throughout the visit, Al Marzouq was diligent in showcasing the various facilities of the development project. Furthermore, he provided a thorough and detailed explanation of the different aspects of the project that span across an area of approximately 100,000 m2 with a gross leasable area of approximately 80,000 m2. Overall, The Warehouse is considered an unconventional Kuwaiti project that stand out due amongst its peers due to its unique blend of a traditional industrial look with modern ingenuity.
Al Marzouq indicated that the project is anchored by the largest ‘IKEA’ in the Middle East with an area of approximately 26,000 m2, as well as the GCC home furniture chain ‘ABYAT’, ‘LuLu Hypermarket’ and a large number of retail, shopping and dining options. The Warehouse will also feature an exhibition showroom for Chinese car manufacturers.
Al Mazrouq informed the officials that the project has been leased in its entirety. Aside from the mall itself, he added that The Warehouse is connected to a multistore parking structure that accommodates up to 2,100 parking spaces.
Upon completing the fruitful site visit, Al Marzouq extended his deepest appreciation to the Director General of Kuwait Municipality AlManfouhi and his delegation for their visit and interest in the project. He expressed that the Kuwait Municipality’s ongoing support of projects implemented by the private sector aim to stimulate and evolve the development scene in Kuwait. AlMarzouq emphasized that such visits are essential to enhancing the awareness on pioneering projects executed by the private sector that are recognizable on a country level, spur economic development, and stimulate economic growth. The project comes as a contribution from Tamdeen Group to develop the country’s infrastructure, ultimately serving the nation and its people. This also supports the political and economic visions placed by leadership on developing new infrastructures and facilities in Kuwait’s peripheral areas.