Tag Archives | Marks and Spencer

Int’l Brands Reopening in Benghazi

By John Lee. The international brands Marks and Spencer, Next, Mango and Aldo are all reopening in Benghazi. Well-known Libyan businessman Husni Bey, who owns the franchises, told the Libya Herald that the return of the outlets, which had been forced to close two years ago, had become possible because of a fall in crime and […]

British Department Store Opens in Tripoli

British department store Debenhams has officially opened its first branch in Tripoli on Tuesday. The store in the Siyahiya end of Gergarish had had its “soft opening” two weeks ago and was reported to be already doing good business. It is owned and operated by the United Fashion Group, part of the Husny Bey [Husni Bey] […]

Libya Real Estate Market Snapshot

As part of its Africa Report 2013, Knight Frank has issued the following analysis of the Libya property market: Office Market There remains a limited supply of purpose-built office space in Tripoli and this is still predominantly provided in the Tripoli Tower (formerly Burj Al Fateh Tower), which provides moderate quality accommodation, and the Dhat […]