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South India's largest mall to come up in Hyderabad

HYDERABAD: With a spread of 3 million sft and a walking length of 2 kms, it is slated to be South India's largest mall and it's coming up right here in mana Hyderabad.

The mega mall, which is being set up at a cost of Rs 500 crore, not only promises to be streets ahead of the other big-ticket malls in this part of the country but will be among the largest shopping destinations in India. Currently, the Mantri Square Mall in Bangalore is understood to be South India's largest shopping mall at 1.7 million sft. Once open, the Hyderabad mall will also beat Mumbai's Phoenix Market City that opened its doors only in 2011, currently largest mall in India at 2 million sft. 

Of course the world's largest mall at 6 million sft is being set up in Gurgaon by realty major DLF. 

The Lanco mega mall will be coming up at the Lanco group's upcoming $1 billion investment, 100-acre Lanco Hills mixed use development project in Hyderabad's IT district. The mega mall is slated for completion in the next 30 months. 

Announcing the mega mall project, Lanco Hills CEO Pochendar Shenigarapu said the mall will be the largest in South India in terms of built-up space, number of shopping outlets and entertainment options under one roof. 

To begin with, it would boast of Hyderabad's largest multiplex with 12 screens. It will also have a 250-acre lakeside view shopping and dining options. The mega mall will have over 130 stores to begin with and going on to house over 250 retail brands with flagship stores in addition to hypermarkets. 

The mall will also have a fantasyland like gaming zone replete with 14-lane bowling alley and go-karting rinks. It will also have roof gardens and a 5,000 cars multi-level parking, among a host of other amenities.

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