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    ‘We will get Easy Day store as our anchor tenant ‘


    Crossings Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, one of India’s leading real estate developers, has announced its Rs 60 billion residential project ‘Crossings Republik’ in Ghaziabad, which will also home two integrated shopping complexes —Crossing City Centre and Crossing Galleria.

    Speaking to Indiaretailing on the launch, Manoj Gaur, director and one of the promoters of Crossings Republik, said, “We expect to have the best of the best brands set up stores here and are confident of offering our tenants everything that they need; bringing in brands across segments.”

    “Many of the most reputed brands of the country are vying to take up space in the Crossings City Centre and Crossings Galeria. Our infrastructure is in advanced stages of tying up with leading brands including Ltd, Provogue, , Nirulas, , Levis, Pantaloon and . Hopefully we will get store as the anchor tenant in our mall,” added Gaur.

    Elaborating the plan, Sanjeev Srivastva, director, Crossings Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, said, “Crossings Republik will have more than 30 million square feet of built-up residential area and two million square feet of commercial area comprising hotels, multiplexes, malls, service apartments, office complex, community facilities etc.”

    He further said, “Crossings City Centre will be a glitzy mall and the commercial hub of Crossings Republik with some of the world’s most reputed brands under one roof, while Crossings Galeria will be the neighborhood shopping destination.”

    Spread across an area of 1 million square feet, Crossings City Centre will have around 600 showrooms and will feature seven atriums, two food courts, a four-screen multiplex, entertainment zone and hyper markets. Crossings Galeria, on the other hand, will comprise 100 shops spread across 35,000 square feet of retail space and will support the daily needs of minimum 3,000 families. Both the projects will be completed by 2010, informed Srivastva.

    —Sarimul Islam Choudhury