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Shopping mall marks completion

A second shopping mall in Lefkosa’s Dereboyu has marked its completion with the opening of its first tenant, Italian coffee shop Segafredo Zanetti, on Friday last week.

The three-storey Doga (Nature) Park Mall, owned by Kib Invest Ltd, was built on a 5,000m2 site and took two years to build.

It will eventually consist of eight shops providing employment to 100 people, selling international brand products, hair and beauty salons called Cey-Cey and three restaurants – including one named Johnny Rockets.

The Segafredo Zanetti coffee shop began business on the first floor during stage one of the mall’s opening. It is expected that Cey-Cey will soon open with the beauty salon on the ground floor and hairdressing sections on the first and second floors.

A car park with space for 60 vehicles will have lift access to all floors.

Director Levent Ozerdag said: ”We will have international brands that cannot be found elsewhere in the TRNC and shopping categories from shoes to clothing, along with dining.”

He added that building had the ”biggest disabled-friendly entry and exit ramp in Dereboyu” to ensure that people with disabilities ”could also have a comfortable shopping experience”.

By Yasemin Gulpinar for Cyprus Today

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