North Bengaluru gets its premier consumption hub as Phoenix Mall of Asia opens its doors

ByFathima Ashraf

Published Nov 07, 2023 | 4:19 PM Updated Nov 07, 2023 | 4:31 PM

One of the many factors that drives a city’s growth is the shopping experience it offers. Taking Bengaluru’s retail landscape a notch higher, the highly-anticipated Phoenix Mall of Asia opened its doors to the public on October 27.

Touted to be Bengaluru’s first destination mall, Phoenix Mall of Asia comprises a five-story retail building. It has two basement levels and five upper floors.

Spanning across 13 acres, the mall boasts an impressive collection of 440 renowned brands. Besides, there will be a state-of-the-art 14-screen INOX Megaplex, and a wide selection of over 50 restaurants and cafes. The mall is expected to generate over 5,000 job opportunities in the city, says Managing Director, Gajendra Singh Rathod.

The mall will showcase an extensive range of premium fashion labels, ranging from sophisticated high-end names to trendy streetwear.

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A touch of opulence

The wide range of attractions include a tiered atrium with restaurants and cafes.

Eden Arcadia of Phoenix Mall of Asia. (Supplied)

Eden Arcadia of Phoenix Mall of Asia. (Supplied)

The nature-themed central atrium, titled The Oasis is an ode to Bengaluru’s botanical beauty. An ‘Eco Earth’ zone featuring plants has been integrated into the mall to enhance the overall experience and offer guests a serene space to relax. 

Expect to see international luxury brands such as Ferragamo, Canali, Boss, Emporio Armani, Versace, Tods, Villeroy & Boch, Michael Kors, Tumi, Tory Burch, Kate Spade, Bottega Veneta, Zegna, Coach, Bally, Paul Smith, Brooks Brothers, Diesel, Golden Goose, Karl Lagerfeld, Hackett, Ralph Lauren, among several others.

Poised to become North Bengaluru’s premier consumption hub, Phoenix Mall of Asia promises an immersive shopping experience.

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