City Centre, Mangalore, first opened its doors on April 25, 2010 land marking Mangalore's retail sector, and becoming one of the leading retail and leisure destinations in the city. At the time, it virtually redefined the concept of "malls" for the region. As the first large-scale, mixed-use shopping destination, complete with retail outlets, restaurants, entertainment facilities, City Centre created an international dimension for one-stop shopping and entertainment for the city of Mangalore, bringing it to an entirely new level.
City Centre encompasses over 8, 50,000 sq. ft. of retail space. The mall boasts a wide diversity of outlets spreading across five floors with over 149 retail stores and services. Key anchor stores include Lifestyle, Westside, Max, Reliance Trends, Reliance Digitals, Reliance Jewels, Reliance Time Out, Reliance Footprint, Fashion at Big Bazaar & Spar hypermarket.
Its entertainment facilities include Fun City that is a complete family entertainment zone offering fun activities like with arcade games, children’s shooting games, all coin operated games, bumper cars, and many more in a single place. Fun City also has an exclusive birthday party hall and offers the best birthday party ever for parents and kids looking to have an out-of-home party experience.
Cinepolis Cinemas sprawling over a total area of 45,000 Square feet has five screens including one VIP screen will be opening soon.
City Centre offers a street shopping concept introduced in the ‘City Bazaar’ that showcases all segments of fashion, accessories, electronics, jewellery and much more.
City Centre has a total of over 1250 spaces for parking across 5 levels car and two wheeler parking.
The Mall is centrally located in the heart of the city in K S Rao road. Visitors can reach the mall by Taxi, auto or public transport. It is only 1 km away from Mangalore central railway station and 22 km from airport.
With average annual footfall traffic of 80lakhs, City Centre remains one of the region's most visited destinations for both residents and tourists.