Economy & BusinessAn outlet near Tetouan to attack Sebta head-on

An outlet near Tetouan to attack Sebta head-on


Tanger Med Zones, the planning-developer subsidiary of the Tanger Med group, announced on Monday the launch of an outlet project in the new commercial zone located between Tetouan and M’diq, near Cabo Negro. One way to attack Sebta’s main attraction head-on.

Covering an area of ​​70 hectares, the space will be dedicated to a shopping center, playgrounds or restaurants, reports a press release from the management, adding that the project aims to support tourist activity, through the creation of a shopping and leisure destination capable of smoothing out seasonality and complementing the region’s seaside vocation.

According to the initiators, the first phase of the project, spread over 30 ha will be delivered in April 2022. The area already has a first brand host, in this case Ikea, which has already started the construction of a new store on an area over 3 ha with 19,000 m² covered.

A Call for Expressions of Interest for the selection of investors / operators for the development of the outlet project will be published on November 29, 2021, specifies a press release, in order to select a specialist investor / operator, with the skills and knowledge. -making required for the development, promotion and management of outlets projects.

Tanger Med Zones has already enabled the creation of 1,100 businesses and generated nearly 90,000 jobs, we learn.

This installation in the Tetouan region is no accident. Very many Moroccans used to go to Sebta to do their shopping, spend their money and especially their currency. Now that the border is closed and that the Moroccan authorities are setting up many projects for women-mules, it is time to attack directly Sebta and its main attraction, that is to say that of prices and products not. Dear.

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