A’Sailiya Central Market is an integrated market, located in a central location around 25 minutes away from the heart of Doha. The central market spans over 78,000m2 and includes several connected and air-conditioned sections.
It includes retail, wholesale, and traditional markets, as well as an auction area, cold stores, fish, poultry and meat shops, in addition to a hypermarket and other service shops.
Over 60,000m2 of market space, Umm Salal Central Market is an integrated market, located at the intersection of integral highways (Al Majd and Al Shamal), which link the market directly to the main ports of Al Wakra, Al Ruwais, Al Khor and Doha. The market includes: a ﬁsh market, an auction hall, an ice factory, a private slaughterhouse, shaded barns, Al Mazrouaa’ yard (a space for fresh local produce), vegetables, fruits and date shops, cold stores, a supermarket, mosque and administrative offices.
Spanning on a land area of approximately 230,000m2, Al Wakra Central Market is an integrated marketing platform located in the midpoint of central road networks.
The market includes shaded barns, an automated slaughterhouse, an auction area, fodder shops. In addition to vegetables and fruits shops, a hypermarket, South Bazar (in collaboration with the private sector) and other service shops.
Located in Abu Nakhla, the camel market spans over 70,000m2. Hassad developed the market to serve the needs of camel owners and the camel-trading sector. The market includes camel barns, auction area, slaughterhouse, fodder and other services shops, as well as a Majlis.
The fish market is located directly on Al Khor city port, it includes modern fish counters, fish auction area, restaurant, shops for vegetables, fruits, meat, and poultry among other service shops.
The fish market is located directly on Al Ruwais Port, it includes modern fish counters, fish auction area, shops for vegetables, fruits, meat, and poultry among other services shops.