True to its commitment to support the development of Moroccan cities and improve the daily lives of their inhabitants, Aradei Capital opens the doors of Sela Park Témara. LabelVie Group joins this inauguration with the opening of the 10th Carrefour hypermarket, which brings the network to 105 points of sale.
Spread over an area of 20,000 sqm, this first shopping center of its kind in Témara has been designed to provide all the necessary amenities for the comfort and needs of its visitors. A real place for living and meeting people, the new Sela Park in Témara is committed to offering each visitor a rich customer experience that meets all their expectations.
Designed as a retail park where all shops are visible and accessible from the outside, Sela Park Témara promises a pleasant and comfortable shopping experience. Seduced by this innovative concept that allows them to optimize their visibility, several prestigious brands have opened their doors, thus contributing to offer visitors a wide and diversified range of products: mass retail, clothing, DIY or even make up…
Located on the outskirts of the city and easily accessible, the shopping center has two parking lots, one underground and the other in the open air to accommodate visitors.
The Carrefour Témara hypermarket, located in the Sela Park shopping center, offers a sales area of 4200 sqm where some 30,000 product references are displayed. The aisles of the hypermarket are wide and airy to improve the customer journey and offer a more pleasant experience to visitors. The market area has been fitted out in a friendly spirit where a wide variety of fresh products will be presented for the pleasure of the senses. The company has enhanced its hypermarket with butcher’s, fishmonger’s, cheese and delicatessen stands, as well as “ready-made”, “sushi” and “catering” areas.
Both a convenience store and a large hypermarket, this store required an investment of 60 million dirhams and was completed in 3 months (not counting the stoppage of the construction site due to the health crisis), a great achievement for the teams. A real locomotive for the region, it has created 280 direct jobs and 90 indirect jobs, having required 500 hours of theoretical training and 40 days of practical training.