New Age Shopping Malls of Vasant Kunj
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New Age Shopping Malls of Vasant Kunj

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Poplularly called Vasant Kunj malls - A Series of Smart Shopping Malls mainly Ambience Mall, Dlf Promenade and DLF Emporio which cater to specific Market Segments of Middle Class, Upper Middle Class and the Elite Class respectively are now the Norm. Managed by Specialist Mall Management Companies the Shops on a Floor Plan are intelligently alloted to Brands as to maximise the Shoppers experience and the business. A Mix of Shopping, Outging, Entertainment and Food makes sure that Once you are in one of these you keep coming back. One  more Reason to make Vasant Kunj retain it tony township tag.

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