Local Since 2017-08-26 at 17:22 (Baghdad time)
Baghdad Mawazine News
The statement quoted Abadi as saying that “at a time when we are fighting and winning the gangs of terrorist advocates, we are opening investment projects and this is a great success for Iraq.”
“The terrorist wanted to destroy life, but the Iraqis proved that they were the builders of life,” he said.
“Iraq is a success story, and this is an invitation to all businessmen and investors to invest here in this country, which began to occupy its natural position,” Abbadi said.
The Municipality of Baghdad had announced just days before the opening of the mall.
• The mall is an important landmark of Baghdad.
• The mall and its annexes are not a regular construction, but an investment project, but it gives a picture of balance with the great victories in the fighting fronts during the government of Abbadi.
• It is a commercial shopping complex in the heart of Baghdad, where it is located in the Harthiya area at the Damascus intersection with Al-Kindi Street.
• One of the largest shopping complexes in the city of Baghdad. It was built on an area of 80,000 m2, with a construction area of 60,000 m2.
• Contains a shopping complex (4 floors, 18,000 m 2), in addition to the hotel “Reihan” five-star “, which consists of 32 floors.
• The mall also has a large and sophisticated hospital run by Dublin Health Medical Services.
• The Mall is available on a 10-storey parking lot with a capacity of 1000 cars.
• Construction and construction cost approximately US $ 127 million and was executed by Turkish construction company Tefrum
• The Baghdad Mall project includes a service area, fast food restaurants and an electronics complex.
• It is expected to contribute to a qualitative shift in the field of commercial, marketing, hotel and medical services in Baghdad.
• The project is likely to contribute to the provision of more than three thousand job opportunities for young Iraqis of graduates and the various disciplines of engineering, medicine, software and management of institutions, tourism and escorts.