City Centre 2 is the latest mall in kolkata having 3.5 lakh sq ft of leasable mall area, about 1.25 lakh sq ft has been set aside for a 147-room five-star hotel and nearly 2 lakh sq ft in the basement for parking 700 cars.
Inox, Pantaloons, Hangout The Food Court, Pizza Hut, KFC and McDonalds are some of the leading brands that have already booked their spaces in the project. Others ready to move in include Archies, Adidas, Apple Store, Biba, Café Coffee Day, Carbon, Cokieman and Spykar.
The complex have a large non-AC open courtyard. The open area is called Celebration Square.
The space would have restaurants and shops, and would also serve as a venue for events, promotions and celebrations.
The proposed multicuisine roof-top restaurant would also have an open air zone.
City Center 2 is situated in NewTown, Kolkata near the Kolkata airport. You can avail an air-conditioned shuttle bus service to one of the most happening places near the airport. Ambuja Realty, the Kolkata-based real estate developer, developed City Centre-II, a multi-utility urban infrastructure project to woo transit passengers.
“As it is in a no-traffic zone, it would not take more than five minutes to reach City Centre-II. So if you have even one hour to spare at the Kolkata airport, you can come here and spend the time meaningfully. In fact, it can actually turn out to be an extended lounge for transit passengers. Airlines crew and passenger can also stay overnight at the hotel in the complex,” said Harsh Neotia, chairman, Ambuja Realty.
City Centre-II would offer a tempting mix of shopping, dining (fast food, street food and fine-dining), fun and entertainment options, with its array of shops, exotic restaurants, movie theatres and a hotel. It would be a veritable paradise for fun-loving families. The company plans to introduce shuttle services between the airport and City Centre-II every half-an-hour.
“It would also cater to people living in areas such as Ultadanga, Lake Town, Baguiati, Jessore Road, Dum Dum, Barasat, Birati, Madhyamgram and Rajarhat. People residing in these areas don’t have a mall or a quality family destination nearby,” Neotia added.