Etihad Towers to launch retail concept
Abu Dhabi, March 25, 2012
Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi, has announced that its new retail boutique, Avenue at Etihad Towers, will be launched in the coming months.
Avenue at Etihad Towers will feature an exclusive collection of flagship stores, designer boutiques and high-end outlets offering an assortment of luxury fashion, jewelry, time pieces and accessories.
Following its grand opening in December 2011, Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi - an integrated community of five elegantly designed high-rise towers - has become a premier lifestyle destination in the city, featuring a choice of world-class residences, prestigious offices, luxury retail, and a five-star hotel, Jumeirah at Etihad Towers.
Spread over two levels and comprising 7,000 sq m, Avenue at Etihad Towers will bring to Abu Dhabi a new dimension of lifestyle retail and leisure choices with an array of international brands, some of them marking their debut in the Middle East, and a range of F&B choices.
Among the premium outlets is the new flagship store of Cartier, as well as other high-end stores including Hermes, Canali, Manolo Blahnik, Bally, Herve Leger, Montblanc, Chloe, A. Lange & Söhne, Panerai, Piaget, Versace, Burberry, Van Cleef & Arpels, Salvatore Ferragamo and Roger Dubuis, among others. In all, Avenue at Etihad Towers will feature 38 outlets including the Fauchon Café which epitomizes contemporary French cuisine.
Richard Foulds, Property Manager at SSPD, said: “Avenue at Etihad Towers has been designed to reflect and build on the luxury lifestyle choices offered by this premium development. It will not only serve the Etihad Towers community but also serve as a preferred shopping destination for those who value specific and unique luxury items.”
Designed by Australian architects DBI Design, Etihad Towers, Abu Dhabi offers tenants the convenience of being in the heart of a vibrant business and lifestyle center, in close proximity to the UAE Central Bank, Foreign Ministry, Adnoc headquarters and Emirates Palace. - TradeArabia News Service