After my early walk in Mar Mikhail on Sunday, I thought I pass by Beirut City Centre and check it out.
It was around 1 pm when I got to Beirut City Centre and traffic was relatively reasonable. The entrance to the parking was crowded so I didn’t bother wait to park inside and found a spot easily in the large parking lots (not yet paved with asphalt) outside the mall.
The mall inside is huge. It consists of four levels with over 200 stores. The big stores open or set to open are Carrefour on the Ground Level and Level 1, CentrePoint on the Ground Level, H&M on Level1 and Marks & Spencer on Level2. You can check out the full list of stores [Here].
Level3 is the Terrace and is not yet open but I was able to check it out and take few pictures. As you can see from the pictures below, Roadster Diner will open next to the Cheese Cake Factory and Shake Shack. Vox Cinemas are also still under construction and look nice. I also spotted Nasma Restaurant (Previously known as Basma) and P.F. Chang’s.
cheesecake factory isn’t open yet? I’m dying to see if it’s exactly what i remember! i camped there when i went to NY
More malls and crappy food! Seriously…
More malls did you say well there 5 more malls planed for beirut alone the more the better i say. the biggie is going to be at Sayyad roundabout.
Who did the store’s list surely knows his alphabet, if you go down to Fashion-Ladies: They’ve got Espirit before Dorothy Perkins. [FAIL]
I know I’ve got lots of time on my hand, but it actually feels good catching a mistake! 😛
Failing to have a lot of new shops just shows the lack of will to invest in lebanon imo.
50 of the shops are new to lebanon how many more shops do you need?
What’s Moe talkin about we dont even have here in nordic countries so many shops..