The main entrance of Shahba Mall
|Owner||Kurdi Group and Sabbagh Group|
|Total retail floor area||130,000 m²|
|No. of floors||5|
|Website||Archived official website|
Shahba Mall (Arabic: شهباء مول) was one of the largest shopping malls in Aleppo and Syria. It is located In the northwestern Blleramoun suburb of Aleppo, 6 km away from the city centre. It included a large number of fashion stores, mobile phone vendors, Carrefour retailers, restaurants, indoor amusement park, carting circuit, 7 cinemas halls, 4-star hotel with 220 guestrooms and many other facilities.
The mall was damaged during the Syrian civil war clashes. It has closed indefinitely. According to a 2015 article in the Guardian, the mall had served as a prison while it was under the control of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. The Daily Mail reported that the mall was damaged beyond repair by airstrikes in October 2014.
The shopping mall had consisted of 5 floors:
- Underground floor: home to Carrefour retailers, bank branches, cafés, pharmacies, optics and electronics shops.
- Ground floor: mainly home to fashion wears of several international brands.
- First floor: mainly home to fashion wears, cosmetics and many other shops.
- Second floor: mainly home to children's wears.
- Third floor: home to the food court, the indoor amusement park and 7 cinema halls.
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