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Udupi: 'City Centre' Mall - A Dream Come True for Shoppers

Udupi: 'City Centre' Mall - A Dream Come True for Shoppers

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Udupi, Feb 3: 'City Centre', the first mall in Udupi-Manipal and the one of the ten largest malls in Karnataka, is going to be the new shopping destination of the district and indeed, a dream come true for the people of Udupi.

Situated in a strategic location just adjacent to Udupi Service and City bus stand on either side and Jamia Masjid in front, the mall, once completed, shall be a feather in the cap of Udupi's glistening landscape and the city life is going to move at a faster pace in Udupi.

The project, undertaken by Udupi Developers, is expected to be ready by December 2013, tentatively.

Jamalluddin, managing partner and Ashfaq, partner of Udupi Developers said the mall shall create employment opportunities for over a 1000 people of the city. Udupi being one of the fastest growing cities in the country, such commercial facilities would be necessary to satisfy the demands of public.

They said, "'City Centre' certainly shall open up new horizons for the people of Udupi district and emerge as a one-stop shopping haven for all consumer needs, including food courts with multi-cuisine restaurants, fast food joints, children play, shopping, high-end saloon and spa facility. Singapore bazaar, consisting of low budget shops, a concept framed by Waseem Ameen, will be an added attraction of the mall, wherein low income groups can own shops ranging from Rs 5 lac to Rs 8 lac. This feature is likely to be the first of its kind among malls in India.

The 1.0 lac-sq ft mall shall house over 200-plus retail stores including national and international brands which will make shopping in Udupi a delightful experience. Global and national brands, hitherto not available, will now be accessible in the city.

Outlining the features of the mall, Er. Waseem Ameen, PMP (USA), involved in the design concepts and design management of 'City Centre', said that the mall comprises four levels of retail shopping space. The basement level will be fully allotted for parking of four-wheelers and two-wheelers, and all floors will be connected with four high-speed automatic passenger lifts, three escalators, one freight lift and garbage chute for easy disposal of waste. The fully air-conditioned mall shall have uninterrupted power supply and shall be fully equipped with all fire protection and fire fighting systems.

The third floor will also house a very large food court accommodating 200-plus customers with as many as 15 express counters offering local, fast food and multi-cuisine food, along with a 4,500-sq ft children's play area and 48 budget shops in Singapore bazaar.

For more info


Udupi Developers, 
1st floor, Regal Entry,
Karavali Junction,
Bannaje Road, Udupi.
Contact - 91 96202 65808
Email – udupidevelopers@gmail.com
Website – http://www.citycentreudupi.com/

For bookings contact: Jamalluddin -  91 9620265808 
                                   Ashfaq -  971 50 5765742



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  • ronald, manipal

    Thu, Jul 26 2012

    its nice to know dat soon v will hav a mall in our city too. hope it will b much better than mlre's city centre. it would b nice if westside,pantloons,relience or lifestyle comes to udupi

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  • Shaikh Riyaz, Udupi/Makkah

    Sun, Feb 5 2012

    It's My Pleasure being a part of It !

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  • Mohammed, Udupi/'DXB

    Sun, Feb 5 2012

    good news for udupi , and yet another mile stone for the development of udupi , chers for that, however it would have been nice if there was few cinema's asweel in the mall to make it complete utility mall.

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  • D Bhat, USA

    Sun, Feb 5 2012

    Mr. Rajesh Nayak - The whole world is realizing the menace of plastics. They never degrade and end up as toxic material in land,ocean etc.. Yesterday I heard on radio how plastics end of in the ocean (in fact, now there is no much plastic garbage in the ocean that it many species are simply dying because of it), land fill sets. In stead of complaining that you are getting charged $15, I hope you would have complained that why only two stores are charging? All should be environmentally friendly and charge more.

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  • Pradeep, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    When everyone is trying to reduce the use of plastics, why some people are concerened to use plastic everywhere? The malls are right in charging for plastics.

    Save Environment, Save Earth !!

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  • Nora, Udupi

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    As I am residing in Mumbai, there were malls, that are charging Rs, 3 to 7, to the carry bags.It was good move as these plastic bags bring a lot of menace in urban cities.Because of their charges I personally take my own re-usable eco-friendly carry bags with me, to save money.

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  • Arun menezes, udupi / dubai

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    gooood news!! thanks daijiworld for this news article.

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  • Romeo, mangalore

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    I agree with Rajesh..you are right. Only one or two shops are charging Rs 5 or 7 for carry bag. Rest all are not charging. Mangalore city centre management must advise Lifestyle shop to withdraw these extra charge policies.

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  • MANOJ KUMAR, Mangalore/Dubai

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    Is there any movie theaters in the Mall. It's badly required in Udupi as in present theaters family's cannot enjoy watching films as people spitt, chew pans and spit and it's really horrible experience watching in films in Udupi with family.

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  • Padmini Shetty, Ambalpady / USA

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    Looks like, Udupi is growing like Tier 2 city. Lots of poetentials for this place. I am proud, I hail from the place where Srikrishna born. I wish you all the best. Please do not compromise on quality .

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  • Rajesh Nayak, Mangalore / Bahrain

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    Kudos to developers:
    One small request. Do not do like Mangalore City Centre. Please make it better and liberal. I just went for a shopping at Mangalore City Centre, after buying about 15,000 worth dress and other material at Life Style store, they charged me Rs 15 for two plastic bags!!!!!!!!!!.
    Pls Do not give space to such 'looter' stores.
    Good luck to developers. Hope to shop there next time

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  • Saihaan, udupi/dubai

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    If I am wrong this is the same upcoming mall next between the scrap yard and famous narrow building standing opposite to the masjid but can,t looks like what it shown on the drawing bcz its surrounded with crap buildings.

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  • Noor Ashfaq, Karkala/Sharjah

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    Udupi, renowned for blend of cultures, religious harmony and seat of education is now blessed with City Centre. Mr. Ashfaq and Mr.Jamaluddin deserve all appreciation for venturing into a project which is distinct and provides opportunities not only for prospective business possibilities but also has all levels of provisions for the shoppers in every respect. Congratulations !!!

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  • saleem, abudhabi/udupi

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    its my plesure to know about CITY CENRE-mall.i hope u will fulfill the needs of local community living in udupi first, thanks

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  • Amaaz, Udupi

    Sat, Feb 4 2012

    Indeed it shall be the first of its kind in mall culture. A shop for just 8 lacs. Great.......

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