Tricity’s biggest mall coming up in Mohali

ChandigarhThe mall is being built on an area of 21.6 acres.

A shopping space spread over three kilometres, nine screen multiplexes and a number of renowned brands under one roof. Tricity residents would soon be able to avail all these facilities with the region's biggest mall under construction in Mohali.

After the Elante Mall, the biggest mall in Tricity that attracted immense footfall, an even bigger North Country Mall is set to open its doors in September. The mall will be bigger than Ambience Mall, Gurgaon, which has a shopping area of 1 km.

Developed by Gumberg India, subsidiary of the US-based JJ Gumberg, construction is on in full swing. The Mall has already pre-leased over 85 per cent space to major national and international anchor retailers. Located on NH-21, the Mall has a huge frontage. It enjoys the prime location advantage as it is accessible from all parts of the Tricity region. The basement parking will have a capacity for 3000 cars.

Being built in 21.6 acres in Mohali, the North Country Mall is poised to be the biggest mall in Punjab with a retail space of 1 million sq ft. Having nine screen multiplex with 1,800 seating capacity it will be real treat for movie buffs. For those looking for good food, there is provision for 4,036,000 sq ft food court that includes fine dining outlets.

The mall claims to provide great shopping experience with 100,000 sq ft Reliance Hypermarket, Department Stores by Lifestyle, Central, Marks & Spencers, Home Center, Fun City, Store 99 and over 250 shops housing premium brands. "It will be truly a revolutionary shopping experience for consumers," said a company official.

According to the company officials the overall mall style is western, and has been designed by renowned U.S.-based architects, TVS Design. The emphasis is on creating a uniquely fun and exhilarating shopping experience. The shoppers will get to choose from retailers such as Swarovski and other super premium formats like Jack Jones, Vera Moda and Madura Brands.

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