Boulevard Salmiya Update

Post by Mark

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Last April I managed to sneak in and get some photos of the Boulevard while it was still under construction but on Thursday I was given an official tour of the project along with some new information.

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A couple of months back I posted that Boulevard in Salmiya was going to be opening up in 3 months time but that is no longer the case. Originally the plan was to open the park on National Day and the rest of the project (the mall and outdoor restaurants) would open by the end of the year. Now though the plan is to have the whole project open up at the same time around Q3 or Q4 of 2016.

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While touring the mall I managed to find a list of all the stores that are currently due to open at Boulevard and I’ve listed them all down below. Some interesting ones to note are Sears, Sultan Center and Jarir Bookstore. Oh and the old school Iranian restaurant Baba Taher is planning to open there as well.

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Check out the full list of stores below.

Ground Floor
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Ahli United Bank
Genève Novelties
UCLA Russell
Carlorino & Bonia
I Connect
Mango
On Time
French Beauty
The North Face
Vans
Eastlake
Abriez
Clarks
Sketchers
BHPC
The Deal
Daddy
Nike
Shoebox
Hajeri Pharmacy
Latifa Cafe
Costa Coffee
Tim Hortons
Lamborghini Cafe
Caribou Cafe
Freshii
Starbucks
Chocolate Cafe
Hassans
Pure Gold
Al Marshoud
Swiss Arabian
Holland & Barrett
Nazih
Nokia
Best Electronics
Jarir Bookstore
Sears
The Athletes Foot
Sultan Center
Sephora
Abdul Samad Qourashi
Fashion Time
Swarovski

First Floor
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Mother care
Morgan
Shadow
Annabelle
Springfield
Sephora
Make-Up Studio & Garandula
Beidoun
Around the World
Montana
TCP
Mask
Build a Bear
Aerosoles
Mr. Walk
Hardees
Herby
Mr. Subs
Baba Taher
Pizza Hut
Taco Bell
Burger King
KFC
Shrimpy
Enjoy
Man delicious
Blend It
Knits
TCBY
Ingot
Cure
Al Gareth
KBE Body Center
Pease
Casa Diam Jewelry
Miami Optical
Font
Jarir Book Store
Fantasy World
Best Electronics
Play
Sultan Center
Shame
Popcornopolis


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22 comments, add your own...


  1. BraveArc says:

    What the heck???? Q3-Q4 o_O
    Place looks as good as ready. Every time I pass by the place in the evenings, all the floodlights are on and it’s bright as hell.
    What’s taking so long?????

  2. Kuwait says:

    I’m extremely pleased there’s a Starbucks there :)

  3. Bader says:

    They are facing issues regarding the electricity from the ministry and the issue still remains afaik. They only have power using generators and that isn’t enough to power the equipment used for decorating stores.

  4. Buzz says:

    There’s a store called “Shame”? What do they sell, guilt?

  5. Bla Vla Theory says:

    Other than Jarir, Sultan Cneter and Baba Taher there is nothing interesting for me..

    I hope it is going to be a good place for a walk

  6. Dun says:

    Traffic is going to be a nightmare, even if they have big parking, the road access is already super chocked by the roundabout and city center.

  7. Ahmed says:

    I cant believe theres gonna be another Jarir Bookstore! Im so excited! XD

  8. alphanso says:

    a new place to hangout and walk.

  9. Ashraf says:

    Only 2 stores by Al Shaya :o That’s unusual..

    So this is basically like cafes in the ground floor with food court and Sultan center on the first floor. Some retail shops here and there. I thought this mall was going to be the next big thing but from a retail point of view, won’t work all that well.

  10. RT says:

    Did anyone said that they want this to be reserved only for localites, yet ?

  11. Vicky jalbuena says:

    Can i know what months possible the opening of the mall??

  12. MoTaYeB says:

    Boulevard It will be opening on first of June

    • kela says:

      Ive been today in salmiya Boulevard park.OMG what I saw.people walking on the grass lanes. No respect at all.no regulations regarding picnics.anyone could sit on the grass.anyone could pick a flower. What a shame.

  13. lindsay says:

    IS the sears open?


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