Dubai’s Al Khawaneej Area To Get A New Mall That’ll Later Help In Building Of 50 Mosques. Here’s How!

by Deeplata Garde
Dubai’s Al Khawaneej Area To Get A New Mall That’ll Later Help In Building Of 50 Mosques. Here’s How!

Dubai and malls are a combination stronger than burgers and fries. There’s a plethora of choices around us but it’s always less! So Dubai is bringing in a new mall to explore and we are anticipating the arrival of this new venue. Al Khawaneej is getting a Dhs40 million commercial complex. Let’s find out more about it.

Dubai’s Al Khawaneej Area Is Getting A New Mall

Dubai Endowment will create a Dh40 million ($10.9 million) commercial complex in the Al Khawaneej region as part of the programme. The mall will contain 29 businesses, a medical clinic, and a parking lot. The complex is estimated to produce Dh8 million in yearly income. It will be then utilised to fund the mosques’ operating costs.

Apart from the upcoming mall, you can always visit the Al Khawaneej Walk which has been a delightful venue for Emiratis. Al Khawaneej Walk is an established neighbourhood that is illuminating the city with its diversity of entertainment and culinary options.

The diverse environment, which was driven by the aesthetic of agricultural greenhouses, blends rustic and modern architectural elements. Just like any other mall you can go shopping at local shops, dine at native restaurants, stay active at the on-site gym or view the newest films at the cinema.

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What Is Dubai Endowment?

An endowment is a monetary or property contribution to a non-profit organisation. The process of developing this Dubai mall’s exterior and interior designs has begun. The secretary-general invited government and business organisations, charities, community organisations, and people to support the campaign.

They have urged the groups to help develop a sustainable endowment. According to him, all organisations and people that contribute to the campaign will receive public recognition as big supporters. Dubai is embracing technology and advocating sustainability as part of its ambition to create places of worship for its rising.

The use of recycled substances is an integral part of the design and building of the structure. Even after the use of recycled materials, the structure holds the capacity of 600 worshippers in an area of 1,050 square metres.

Dubai announced plans in January to construct the world’s first completely functional 3D-printed mosque. The building of the 2,000-square-metre mosque in Bur Dubai will begin in October. The completion of the mosque will be by early 2025.

Cover Image Courtesy: Dubai Media Office