Viviana Mall opens its second phase
India Infoline News Service / 10:12 , Jul 30, 2013
Spread across an area of 20,000 sq ft, the country’s largest Bata store is now open at the mall.

Viviana Mall, the flagship mall by Sheth Developers & Realtors in Thane announced the opening of its second phase. Built on a 13- acre plot and spread over an area of one million sq. ft, the inauguration of the mall had witnessed the opening of more than 60 brands including Shoppers Stop, Marks & Spencer, Lifestyle, Pantaloons, Homecentre, Splash and many more for the first time in Thane.

With a mix of brands in the F&B, apparel, accessories and electronics category, the opening of the second phase will further enhance the shopping experience of the consumers with brands such as Menz Boulevards, Mahi, Mads Fashion, Digital Express, Ezone, VIP, Kapils, Nyassa, Hallmark, Blur, Flavours of China, Santinos, Indian Tadka, Mad About China, Maroosh and many more outlets. Spread across an area of 20,000 sq ft, the country’s largest Bata store is now open at the mall.  

Speaking on this occasion, Ashwin Sheth, MD – Sheth Developers & Realtors said, “We have received a phenomenal response for the opening of our first phase and will continue to enrich the shopping experience for our consumers with our vibrant retail offerings.”

The defining feature of the mall is Cinepolis - one of the largest megaplexes in the country with a facility to showcase over 70 shows on a single day with a seating capacity of 2,400 people. It will offer a luxurious and ultra-premium cinema experience. Viviana has allotted 2 levels in the basement for ramp parking of up to 2,400 vehicles. Each level has a separate entrance and exit. And both the levels are directly connected to the mall via 3 sets of escalators.

The mall, located in Thane on the eastern express highway is well-connected with all parts of the city. It is strategically located to cater to the catchments area of Thane, Mulund, Powai, Ghatkopar and other central suburbs of Mumbai. The mall is also easily accessible to the western suburbs of Mumbai via Powai.