Gate Avenue at DIFC will be a key element in accomplishing 2024 growth strategy
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) today announced the launch of Gate Avenue at DIFC, a much-anticipated project for the financial hub.
The project is set to emerge as a premium lifestyle destination offering vibrant and world-class amenities to the financial centre’s diverse community of professionals, residents and visitors. Gate Avenue at DIFC will also provide seamless connectivity to all building podiums within the district.
Introducing the Gate Avenue at DIFC Experience
Incomparable to any project in the region, Gate Avenue at DIFC will offer 660,000 sq. ft. of Build Up Area (BUA), incorporating all aspects of living, including business, leisure and residential.
A continuation of the DIFC’s success story, which has already positioned the Centre as a premium business destination, the new retail offering will add a new dimension to the district, creating a holistic experience for professionals, residents and visitors alike.
The new destination will integrate the essential elements that make DIFC a remarkably rich international environment, and boast more than 150 of the region’s most distinctive and sophisticated dining, shopping and cultural experiences – all encapsulated in one iconic setting.
Gate Avenue at DIFC will amplify the financial centre’s lifestyle offering with its aesthetic appeal that seamlessly connects three integrated zones. Each zone will feature distinctive elements, connected by an open-air Promenade Level.
The North Zone will offer access from DIFC’s popular Marble Walk at the Gate Building, and serve as a meeting point for professionals within the district, featuring exclusive retail offerings, high-end stores and luxury outlets.
Transitioning from the North Zone, the Central Zone will feature a plethora of high-street brands, a variety of beautiful indoor restaurants as well as sumptuous al fresco eateries. With easy connections to the Financial Centre metro station, the Central Zone will also comprise convenience retail stores to cater to the metro traffic.