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Trilium, Punjab's largest mall to open next month in city

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Amritsar, September 06, 2013
First Published: 20:50 IST(6/9/2013) | Last Updated: 20:52 IST(6/9/2013)

Tata Realty and Infrastructure Ltd, a hundred percent subsidiary of Tata Sons Ltd, one of India's largest and most respected conglomerates, marks it foray into Punjab with the launch of 'Trilium', in Amritsar early next month.


'Trilium' is poised to be the largest and finest retail destination in Punjab and its launch will fortify Amritsar's position on the Indian retail map. Spread over a land area of 5.54 acres, this 700,000 square feet retail mall will offer
an experience beyond shopping, dining and entertainment to shopping aficionados, food connoisseurs and mall goers in Punjab.

Developed by one the leading architectural firm - RTKL, USA, 'Trilium' will be one of the few Indian malls that is LEED compliant and earthquake resistant. Best-in-class technological and design elements have been used in construction operations and management, creating an exclusive feel and convenience for customers.

Trilium will offer Punjab's populace a chance to witness a retail extravaganza which will cater to its multiple needs, all under one roof.

It will have an eclectic blend of retail and entertainment spaces that includes a hypermarket, departmental stores, family entertainment centre, 6-screen multiplex, food court, banquet hall and a landscaped central civic space at the entry of the mall.
Commenting on Tata Realty's foray into Punjab, Mr. Cyrus Engineer, Head - Sales and Marketing said here on Friday, "With the launch of Trilium, Tata Realty aims to redefine the retail experience by adding  dimension and depth to the shopping experience for the people of Punjab. It is located at the proposed International City Centre, which will also house a five-star hotel, upscale commercial and residential complexes".

The brand, 'Trilium is a three-petal flower which donates joy, happiness and prosperity. The customers at this mall will have access to over 150 brands.

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