Noida’s Spectrum Metro announced its collaboration with grocery shopping major, Spar Hypermarket owned by Landmark group, India’s leading business house.
Spar Hypermarket has acquired a large retail space of approximately 35,000 sq. ft. on the lower ground floor of the commercial high street.
The recent additions to Spectrum Metro are popular brands like Bata, Aurelia, W, Oswal, Mochi, Dabur NewU, and HP.
Located in proximity to the Aqua Line metro corridor, which originates from Noida and connects to many parts of Greater Noida, Spectrum Metro has become a commercial hub.
The colossal high-street commercial project has created a lot of buzz by bringing in some of the biggest names under its roof in a short span of time.
In the past months, Spectrum Metro leased spaces to big international brands like Starbucks, Skechers, Jockey, and Dominos, and celebrated the success of Indian brands with the addition of Giani's and Baggit to the high street.
“We feel elated that Spectrum Metro has leased approx. 2.50 lakh sq ft of space to popular brands like Spar Hypermarket, INOX, MAX, Reliance Trends, Reliance Digital, SMAAASH, Duty-Free, Centre for sight, Flying Dutchman, and many more. This will be a major stepping stone in consolidating our position in the highly competitive market. We look forward to having a mutually beneficial business relationship in the future with these brands,” said Ajendra Vikram Singh, VP, Sales and Marketing Spectrum Metro.