ESPLANADE ONE MALL, ODISHA’S BIGGEST MALL OPENS DOORS TO PUBLIC
Esplanade One, the much awaited shopping destination in Bhubaneswar opened its doors amongst much fanfare in July 2018. With over 100 top international and national brands ready to open, Esplanade One is certain to change the way Odisha has shopped over years.
Amongst these, there are several brands which will open their very ͤrst store at a mall in Odisha. The 4.5 lakh square feet mall is located at Rasulgarh junction of the Cuttack – Puri highway and is well connected for everyone in the tri-city. The malls aims to bring several top brands to Odisha for the ͤrst time under one roof.
Brands like Lifestyle, Marks and Spencer, Home Centre, Iconic, Chilli’s, Burger King, Hamley’s, TimeZone and many more will open in Odisha for the very ͤrst time under one roof.
With the best of fashion, food and entertainment, Esplanade One is on the fast track to becoming the number one choice for the people in Odisha given the wide array of offerings that it brings along. The food court in the mall can seat around 750 people at once. Esplanade One also boasts of the biggest car parking space for a mall in Bhubaneswar, with over 600 vehicles which can be parked within the premises of the mall. Speaking at the launch, Jayen Naik, Senior Vice President, Operations and Projects at Nexus Malls said, “Odisha has always been an unchartered territory when it comes to malls and we are optimistic about adding value to the market through Esplanade One. There is immense potential for organized retail in Odisha and Esplanade One gives us the ͤrst mover advantage in this market space. We are very proud to bring several brands to Odisha for the ͤrst time. With Esplanade One, we now have a total of nine operational malls in our Nexus Malls portfolio.”
With Esplanade One, Nexus Malls now boasts of over 5.3 million sq. ft. of Grade A retail space in the country. Started in May 2016, Nexus Malls is now the second largest retail real estate developer in the country with nine malls across Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Pune, Indore and now Bhubaneswar.