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Mall to boost East Malaysia’s retail scene
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THE Boulevard Shopping Mall, a 520,000sqf lifestyle complex that opened last December in Sarawak, promises more retail space for the East Malaysian state upon completion of Phase Two
come this year-end.

Managed by Boulevard Group of Companies, the investment arm of Malaysian business conglomerate Shin Yang Sdn Bhd, the project saw about RM100 million (US$30.9 million) invested
in Phase One, the group revealed.

Boulevard Group CEO Don Yew Hoon said that the mall will house about 230 speciality retailers and over 20 F&B outlets, including Kenny Rogers, Pizza Hut and KFC, alongside hypermarkets
and department stores.

When Phase Two is ready, the mall will yield a total of 700,000sqf of retail space, with parking for more than 2,000 cars. Its entertainment facilities will include cineplexes, a 32-lane bowling centre,
a skating rink and an exhibition area. There will also be a 700-unit hotelcum-apartment addition next year.



2008 February Stories:

Philips Lighting - Creating an inspiring shopping experience with flexible lighting

Vietnamese retail market expects US$54.3b growth

Sprake is retail director of adidas Korea

Rustan’s ‘Service before Sales’ mantra clinches GIA trophy

Osim ventures into A ‘final frontier’ Asia-Pac’s

Aditya Birla Retail plans to open up to 500 stores

Giordano to open 25 stores in India by end-2008

Hong Kong’s X’mas 2007 shopper traffic up by 11.8%

Versace making foray into India’s ladies fashion market

Coach to open flagship store in HK

Beijing financial district gets high-end fashion mall

Taubman Asia set to revolutionise Korean retail scene

Mall to boost East Malaysia’s retail scene

Ciputra invests in integrated Indon mall

Online course to help retailers reduce fraud

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