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Select Citywalk: The Shopping Center in New Delhi

Select CITYWALK is located in the Saket District Centre, in one of the upcoming middle-class neighbourhoods of Saket in south Delhi. It was the first large-scale shopping center to open in South Delhi and was the first of four major malls that were planned for the Saket District Centre. The other neighbouring malls include the MGF Metropolitan Mall and the DLF Place. Malviya Nagar metro station is nearest metro station for this shopping center.

The shopping center is divided into three broad zones: There are eight anchor tenants including GAP, H&M, Muji, Croma, Pantaloons, PVR Gold Class & PVR Premiere, Zara, and Home Stop. The Shopping center also has 180+ stores representing over 500 major Indian and international brands of clothes and apparels including Aldo, Charles & Keith, Calvin Klein, Armani Exchange, Gant, Aeropostale (clothing), BEBE, La-coste, La Senza, Levi's, Mango, Forever New, Zara, Tommy Hilfiger, Massimo Dutti, Burberry and United Colors of Benetton. In addition, there are stores by Clinique, LancĂ´me, L'Occitane, MAC and The Body Shop. 12,000 sq ft (1,100 m2). flagship store for Delhi, along with a 3,000 sq ft (280 m2). Tommy Hilfiger flagship store, and Calvin Klein's first stand-alone store in India, featuring CK Jeans and CK Underwear.

The Shopping Center has a 10,000 sq ft (930 m2). multi-cuisine food court my square, on the second floor, along with several other cafes and fast food restaurants including Burma Burma (Burmese Food),Pa Pa Ya, Sarvana Bhawan, Chicago Pizza and KFC. It also has a number of speciality fine dining restaurants like Yum Yum Cha, PaPaYa, Saatvik, Mamagoto, Punjab Grill and many more. It also has a Modern Bazaar, which stocks Indian and imported food products. The mall also houses PVR Cinemas multiplex, which comprises six screens including 2 gold classes and has a total seating capacity of 1,235. In December 2017 it opened Delhi's first IMAX theatre.

There is also a 100,000 sq ft (9,300 m2) outdoor open plaza, Sanskriti, for art festivals, fairs, exhibitions, performances, and al fresco dining. The plaza is landscaped extensively in timber, water, stone and steel and has an open–air amphitheater, along with trees and water features.

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