Avani Riverside Mall launched in Kolkata
Avani Group recently launched Avani Riverside Mall spread over a mind-boggling 6,00,000 sq feet area, the Eastern India’s first green mall that hosts a number of brands arriving for the first time to the city, including the likes of PVR, Reliance Trends and Reliance Digital. “Built over the last three years the mall will not only be one of the showcase projects of West Bengal, but will also add to the beautification of the Hoogly riverbank. The mall besides being the first ever green mall in the region has taken the organized retail industry to the district towns in the biggest way ever. The mall will not only cater to the growing aspiration and buying capacity of the people in Howrah, but also help the people from Kolkata avail a fast and pleasurable journey across the Vidyasagar Setu to one of the finest mall destinations in the city,” said Avani Riverside Mall COO Subir Das. “We are proud of making history today and it is expected to create around 5000 direct jobs and thousands of indirect employment opportunities,” he added.
Avani Riverside Mall is the crowning glory of Howrah’s changing skyline. Visible from miles away, it beckons all those who are looking to experience the next level of shopping, eating out and entertainment.The Avani Riverside Mall is already being called ‘the mall of many firsts’. To start with it is the first mega mall to be built in Howrah. PVR, the biggest name in cinema and multiplex is making its debut in Eastern India through Avani Riverside Mall. With 7 anchor stores, the mall has the highest number of large format departmental stores in Eastern India which include Reliance Trends, Pantaloons, Big Bazar, Reliance Timeout, Reliance CDIT, Reliance Footprints and Ezone. Apart from this the mall would have nearly 200 brands from across the country and some international brands. The mall also has a 12,000 sq ft state of art indoor banquet and a landscaped terrace banquet
It has the largest retail floor space in eastern India stretching up to 1.5 km. And if one has a taste for slightly unconventional things, the mall is dotted with kiosks offering a variety of avant-garde and fun products exciting and quirky in every sense.
Avani Riverside Mall is equipped with the most advanced building management system and is the only Indian Green Building Council certified “Green Mall” in Eastern India. Avani Riverside mall has used fly ash bricks in its construction which are in high demand due to the user friendliness, easy handling, fire resistance and good earthquake resistance features.
Tollywood actors Dev Adhikari and Rituparna Sengupta inaugurated the Avani Riverside mall. Bollywood diva, Nandana Sen inaugurated the food court- Treat- of Avani Riverside Mall. While inaugurating the food court, she said, “This is world class. I am very happy to see something so classy coming up here.”
Avani has already started filling with familiar nationwide names like Allen Solley, Levis, Louis Phillipe, Nike, Pantaloons, Provogue, Linc, Reid and Taylor, Peter England, Reliance Trends, Van Huesen, UCB, Timex, Bata, Color Plus, Little shop, E-Zone, Big Bazaar, Archies and many more
Even the PVR will be making its first foray into the city soon with 4 screens and 1100 seater multiplex, promising a blockbuster movie experience like never before.
One can shop here for all items of daily use and durables, track latest fashion trends in a cool ambience, entertain by seeing the latest flicks and also fulfill their gastronomic desires without taking trouble to shuttle from one place to another on overcrowded streets.
And after a whole day of shopping, one can look forward to a delicious treat that awaits him or her in the biggest food court in the region. Serving everything from Mexican, Italian and Indian to American and Chinese, it’s a mouthwatering feast for everybody
The 70,000 sq ft food court “Treat” along with restaurants is also the largest in Eastern India and includes brands like KFC, Subway, and Flurys accompanied by Mc Donalds, Pizza Hut, Mainland China and Machan in restaurant formats.