A high-point in the evolution of a growing metropolis
Raipur is one of the largest growing urban settlements in Chhattisgarh and as such, City Centre Raipur is a much-awaited complete family destination for the inhabitants of the City and its neighbours. The connectivity of Raipur helped it to develop as the market and logistic hub for the adjoining states. Therefore, for a city that is constantly on the run, the new mall will be a welcome break from the hectic day-to-day schedule.
City Centre, Raipur stands as a symbol of positive growth, ushering in a new retail experience for people of all ages. Designed by renowned architect Vivek Rathore of Salient Kolkata, the Mall attempts to carry forward not only the tradition but also the essential spirit of City Centre Malls.
What it will offer…
Developed as a multi-utility commercial complex, City Centre Raipur is spread over 13 acres on Vidhan Sabha Road, with a total built-up area of 6.5 lakh sq.ft.
- It will comprise a shopping mall that boasts of global retail majors as well as local brands, a renowned anchor store, a 4-screen cineplex, an entertainment arena, a food court, an adjoining office tower and a club.
- With an innovative and integrated design, City Centre Raipur is going to be a one-off possession for the City with everything that you can expect from a world-class mall and much more.
Round-the-clock security. 100% power back up. Air-conditioned and non-air conditioned spaces. A modern fire fighting system. High-speed elevators and escalators. Ample car parking space.
That City Centre feel…
City Centre Raipur will boast of an ambience that appeals to all age groups and people from all walks of life. It is going to bear the signature stamp of City Centre in being ‘mall & more’…a place where people come to spend time in their own way and shop, dine or unwind as part of the total experience. The unique design and luxury of space & navigation will only encourage visitors to relax and spend more time in the mall.
City Centre Raipur is scheduled to be operational by 2012.