Persian Gulf Complex

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Persian Gulf Complex
Persian-Gulf-Shiraz.jpg
Location Sadra, Shiraz, Iran
Coordinates 29°45′21″N 52°25′53″E / 29.75583°N 52.43139°E / 29.75583; 52.43139Coordinates: 29°45′21″N 52°25′53″E / 29.75583°N 52.43139°E / 29.75583; 52.43139
Opening date September 2011
Developer Royal Star International
Owner Hossain Hossaini
No. of stores and services 2,500
Total retail floor area 450,000 square metres (4,800,000 sq ft)
Website Royal Star International

Persian Gulf Complex is a large shopping mall located in Shiraz, Iran.[1] It is the biggest mall in terms of the number of shops.[2] The facility has space for 2,500 stores covering 450,000 square metres (4,800,000 sq ft).[3][4]

The complex includes the Burj Fars International, a 262-room hotel, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, tennis court, convention centre and a helipad. In addition, there are two amusement parks at the mall, an outdoor amusement park called Iran Land, covering 37,000 square metres (400,000 sq ft), and an indoor amusement park covering 28,000 square metres (300,000 sq ft)with video games, a bowling alley and a 3-story billiard hall. The mall also has six 240-seat cinema. A 14,000-square-metre (150,000 sq ft) Carrefour Hypermarket is also located within the mall. The complex has four floors of parking space that can accommodate a total of 5,500 vehicles.[2] This project is owned by Mr. Hossain Hossaini. His father is from Ras al-Khaimah (UAE) and his mother is from Iran.

under construction building of Fars Hotel, a part of the complex

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The largest malls in the world". Jakarta Post. 20 March 2012. Archived from the original on 14 August 2012. 
  2. ^ a b Iran to open 830m Fars Shopping Centre, Construction Weekly Online
  3. ^ "5. Persian Gulf Complex, Shiraz, Iran". Postmedia News. 20 March 2012. Archived from the original on 14 August 2012. 
  4. ^ "World's largest shopping mall completed in Iran". bigprojectme.com. 22 June 2011. Archived from the original on 14 August 2012. 

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