‘King-size, Really King-size’ calls upon the people, who get to see this edifice being constructed at MR–10 in Indore. Who would have thought that Treasure Market City, the destination mall will actually become a reality? None, but it is taking shape rapidly. And very soon local people, professionals, businessmen, domestic & international tourists will have one-stop destination for shopping, dining, recreation & entertainment.
With 8.5 lac sq feet area, 30 lac sq feet construction, 45.32 sq ft parking space & 14 floors, it is but natural that Treasure Market City will offer people an eclectic assortment of comfort with luxury.
Be it hypermarket or anchor stores, vanilla or multiplex, entertainment zone or food court – all are designed to take visitors by surprise. With over 400 stores proposed in its directory, this destination mall will not let shoppers see it all in one day.
Don’t get scared by its gigantic size..! At Treasure Market City, comfort accompanies shoppers at every nook & corner. A prime factor that usually refrain people from shopping is the discomfort & exhaustion associated with searching for goods from store to store. However, visiting & strolling along the outstandingly designed outlets here, will be a leisure pursuit thanks to well-place escalators, lifts & walkways.
Seems a bit overwhelming? Wait, Treasure Market City has more attractions to offer like Roller Coaster, Co Carting, Themed Rides, Virtual Reality & 4-D Cinema. Here, shoppers will get to watch the fashion shows, dance, music, artists, performances etc on regular basis.
Lifeline of Central India
If Madhya Pradesh is the heart of nation, Indore due to its infrastructure, development, business enterprises & educational institutes can be termed as Heart of Central India.
Having derived its name from the 18th Century Indreshwar temple, Indore is young (55% population is below 24 years age) & moving with fast pace. It has the privilege of being the only city with IIT & IIM.
With more than 25 lac population & 82% literacy rate (higher than national average), Indoreans like western culture. Gujrati, Marwari, Jain, Bania & Maharashtrians are prominent communities. City attracts people from entire Malwa-Nimad region thanks to its industrial activities & educational institutes. Due to high business volume, people call it ‘Mini Bombay’.
Contributed by: Manish Kalani
Complete Article and Images are available in Building Giants Feb 2012 Issue