The New Avenues Before & After Pictures – Part 2

By | February 5, 2013


This is part two of the Avenues Mall before & after construction pictures. For part one you can click here (link). There are two more parts to go that I’m going to post them tomorrow and after tomorrow. Check them out, you can click on the images for bigger sized ones with more details.

sagittally Grand Avenues – Before March 2012.

grand15_pre-001 Grand Avenues – After January 2013.


Prestige Christian Dior – Before March 2012. 


Prestige Christian Dior – After January 2013. Its still not opened yet though.


Grand Avenues – Before March 2012.


Grand Avenues – After January 2013.


The Mall – Before March 2012.


The Mall – After January 2013.


Harvey Nichols Grand Avenues – Before March 2012.


Harvey Nichols Grand Avenues – After January 2012.


The Souk – Before March 2012. 


The Souk – After January 2013.


Grand Avenues – Before March 2012. 


Grand Avenues – After January 2013. 


Soku – Before March 2012.


Soku – After January 2013. 


The Souk – Before March 2012.


The Souk – After January 2013. 


Construction came a long way, didn’t it? I just wish I had more construction pictures to match to the existing Avenues. I only have enough for two more posts so stay tuned.

4 Responses to “The New Avenues Before & After Pictures – Part 2”

  1. D says:

    Always interesting to see the structure below a pretty building. I have photos of Al-Hamra back from when it was under construction and was willing to do the same with them for a long time. Now you’ve given me a push seeing how the results would turn out :)

    • danderma says:

      Ooooh that would be so pretty to look at! Please do! If you want a photograph helper to check which angles you had on the construction phase let me know, I don’t mind 😉

  2. Eiman says:

    I am amazed by this post and the one before. I believe you should offer the owners of the mall some copies. It is really unique and speaks for itself. For someone like me, who has never been to that place, such picture represent a promise. A promise for everyone who works hard that he/she will eventually make it and look back at these moments of hardship and despair and feel relieved that they finally reached their goal..

    • danderma says:

      I’m glad you are enjoying the pictures… maybe one day you can visit Kuwait and enjoy walking down the Grand Avenues yourself :)