Park Mall in Fifth Settlement Meets More Than Just Your Shopping Needs
Who said malls were solely for shopping?
Park Mall is the newest sensation in town. Located in the Fifth Settlement, this 45,000 square meter, two floor complex is truly THE place to be investing in right now. There is no better time or place to get a lease at this fantastic venue; growth and profitability are currently through the roof, and anyone wanting a commercial lease will be in great hands with the Lebanese Venture Group, one of the leading entertainment, tourism, and real estate development companies, who is managing this whole project. What better place to set up shop?
But don’t think of this simply as a mall. Though it does say mall in the name, Park Mall is more of an entertainment hub; a new concept bringing together 130 distinguished shops, a massive ten-screen movie theatre complex, a hypermarket, breath-taking artificial lakes, majestic water fountains and even kids’ playgrounds for the little ones. There are also over 50 international world-class brands to meet your shopping needs. You basically have everything you need under one roof. Oh, and last but not least, a mega food court – a food court on steroids, so to speak. If you’re feeling more refined or want to impress your Tinder date (or if you just got paid), there are more sophisticated restaurants too, besides the food court, such as Lord of the Wings, Cortigiano Restaurant, Chili’s, Café Supreme, and Gusto Café.
The entertainment hub attracts more than just shoppers – it is a place of leisure, and a perfect place to get away from the scorching summer heat. Bored of following wifey around while she’s shopping for essential oils and lingerie? Why not get a coffee overlooking artificial lakes and water fountains? Or maybe catch a movie? The possibilities are endless. Ladies, on the other hand, might want to take a break from their man’s constant bickering by heading to Snips Lebanese beauty salon and spa for a quick mani-pedi. Park Mall truly knows how to elevate itself higher and not settle for being another old boring shopping centre.
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