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    Grand Galleria opens at High Street Phoenix, Mumbai

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    Mumbai’s premier shopping destination has added a new shopping centre in its vicinity. Branded Grand Galleria, the centre spreads over 60,000 square feet in two floors and houses a variety of fashion apparel and accessories, home décor and furnishings, bath and body, leisure, travel and outdoor merchandise. Further, the company plans to launch two of its upcoming projects in Mumbai and Lucknow soon, informed a top company official.

    Speaking to IndiaRetailing, Vinay Menon, centre director, High Street Phoenix, said, “High Street Phoenix has already established itself as one of the best retail destinations in south Mumbai. With Grand Galleria, we look forward to ensure that both retailers and shoppers have the most satisfying and sterling retail experience ever.”

    “Grand Galleria has 32 stores in addition to a seven-screen PVR multiplex. The opening of and store has added value to it and the footfalls have been increasing tremendously beyond our expectations,” added Menon.

    Speaking about the upcoming projects, Menon further disclosed, “We have planned to roll out Mumbai’s first luxury destination — Palladium by the end of May this year. Further, Phoenix United, which is being developed in Lucknow, is scheduled to be opened in September this year.”

    “Besides housing a blend of both national and local brands, Phoenix United will also have Lucknow’s first six-screen multiplex and a night club,” he added.

    The stores in Grand Galleria include Basecamp Traveller, Be:Home, , Bose, BHS, , Croma, Krystal Mirage, EcoScapes, Episode, Esbeda, Fab India, GNC, H&A (Home and Apparel), Identiti, Jashn, Jas Jewellery, Lancome, Lush, Monarch, Nachtmann, Neckties & More, Om Ved, Patchouli, Penny Lane, Redmond, Sia, Storm, Subway, Tesoro and William Penn.

    High Street Phoenix is spread across three zones — Skyzone, and MainStreet Boulevard. While the leading national and international retail outlets feature in Skyzone, represents various eating joints, The Bowling Co and outlet. MainStreet Boulevard houses formal and casual clothes, premium accessories and jewellery brands.

    — Sarimul Islam Choudhury