‘Waterfront’, a new destination for retail, business and leisure in Muscat offering access to the beach, has begun its round of leasing.
The project is situated over five storeys with three basement levels of car parking, Water-Front is touted as the only leisure destination of its kind in Oman with external eating areas, walkways and promenades, and a new seafront with access to the beach.
Additionally, ground floor will offer a double-sided mall with restaurant outlets on either end.
From small boutiques to designer labels and global chains, the development will offer a retail experience encompassing fashion, beauty, lifestyle, spa, fitness and more. The upper three levels will be leased to commercial establishments as office space.
housing several commercial, business, retail and F&B outlets, ‘Waterfront’ is expected to bring new international operators to Oman for the first time.
Waqas Al Adawi, vice-chairman of S&T Group said, “Water-Front is our first iconic development which will serve as a catalyst for the re-emergence of the Shatti District. The location and landscaping of Water-Front is unique and gifted, offering unparalleled views that both businesses and visitors to the development will certainly enjoy. Moreover, we are confident that the development will bring blue-chip international operators to the country, some of whom will enter the Oman market for the very first time.”
Kevin Anderson, Head of Development and Leasing of Water-Front added: “It is an opportunity for international brands that are keen to have presence in this iconic development, particularly for businesses looking to take advantage of the location and premium construction design.”
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