Mercato Shopping Mall

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Mercato Shopping Mall
Mercato Shopping Mall on 5 June 2007 Pict 4.jpg
Location Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Opening date 28 October 2002[1]
Developer Al Zarooni Group[1]
Owner Al Zarooni Group[2]
No. of stores and services 90+
Total retail floor area 22,900 m2 (247,000 sq ft)[2]
Parking 1000[2]
Website Official Site

Mercato Shopping Mall is a shopping centre in Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The mall is designed to look like a Mediterranean town during the European Renaissance in either Italy, France, or Spain. Opening in 2002, the mall cost 120 million dirhams.[3] The name "mercato" comes from the Italian word meaning "market." The mall has a gross leasable area of 22,900 m2 (247,000 sq ft) and a total area of 59,900 m2 (645,000 sq ft).[2]

Stores include:


External links[edit]


  1. ^ a b Another addition to Dubai's malls Gulf News (30 October 2002).
  2. ^ a b c d Mercato Mall to give new dimension to retail shopping Gulf News (27 October 2002).
  3. ^ Mohammed opens Mercato Gulf News (28 October 2002).

Coordinates: 25°12′58″N 55°15′10″E / 25.21611°N 55.25278°E / 25.21611; 55.25278