My Mall, Pune


  • Gross Leasable Area: 2 million sq.ft.
    - Retail: 5,00,000 sq.ft.
    - 5-star hotel (JW Marriott): 418 keys
    - Grade A office space: 6,50,000 sq.ft. (Operational) and 2,00,000 sq.ft. (Under Construction)
  • Built Up Area: 2.2 million sq.ft.
  • 17 levels including 3 basements

Key Attractions

  • Premium lifestyle destination in the heart of the city
  • Extensive F&B: Cafes, Wine Bar, Lounge, Terrace seating, Fine Dining
  • No competition in the catchment
  • International design standards
  • 5 Star Hotel: JW Marriot
  • Grade A Office Space




Pune's industry has grown exponentially over the last decade with major Automobile and FMCG companies setting up base in the city. Growth in manufacturing, IT/ITES and automobile sectors has transformed Pune from a peaceful city attracting retired couples, to a city propelled by young migrants and entrepreneurs.

Retail Market

Over the last decade, Pune's cityscape has been increasingly dotted with hip bars and quirky shops. New urban landmarks now include the boutique restaurants in Koregaon Park, trendy bars on MG Road, international hotels and new-age malls.

Pune has a dense central district with a concentration of high street retail, traditional residential colonies and offices. There are 2 primary growth corridors in Pune; Nagar Road in the East and Aundh/Hinjewadi in the west. Nagar Road and surrounding areas in eastern Pune have seen rapid mushrooming of retail malls in the last 2 years.

Industry & Commerce

Availability of prime and affordable land, a supportive industrial development authority and concentration of high-quality educational institutes contributed to Pune's industrial growth. Over the last few years, industrial conglomerates like Volkswagen, Bajaj, Renault, Tata Motors, GM, Daimler, Mahindra & Mahindra and JCB set up manufacturing units in Chakkan and Pimpri. It is also the hub for electronic goods companies like LG, Whirlpool and FMCG companies like Frito Lay and Coca Cola.

Pune has also witnessed a sea of entrepreneurs leveraging the backward and forward linkages with the industrial cluster and offering services like ITES, software design, ancillary manufacturing, consulting and management services.

For the city, being an industrial hub translates into:

  • New wave of entrepreneurs
  • Boost to the local consumption economy
  • Real estate boom
  • High incidence of travel leading to global exposure

Fact Sheet

  • Population: 5 MM
  • GDP more than $30 billion
  • Per capita income grew from INR 15,000 to INR 111,000 between 2009 and 2010
  • 30% of the residents live in rented accommodation
  • Sister city compact with San Jose, Fairbanks, Bremen, Tromseo, Vacoas-Phoenix
“Industrial growth in information technology and the coming of multinational companies has attracted talent here which is one reason for the growth in population."
-- Anant Sardeshmukh, Executive Director-General of the Mahratta Chamber of Commerce Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA)
  • Flanked by high-end commercial towers on either side with sparse retail
  • Adjacent to JW Marriott, a 5-star hotel
  • Almost equidistant from Aundh in the west and Bund Garden, Camp and Koregaon Park in the central zone – all high-end residential localities
  • Residential catchment includes Waderwadi, Aundh, Baner, Deccan and FC Road
  • The only new retail development located in the prime city; all new and upcoming supply is concentrated in eastern Pune