Gold Souk Grande Mall Chennai

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Gold Souk Grande, Chennai
LocationChennai, India
Coordinates12°52′36″N 80°04′48″E / 12.876661°N 80.079968°E / 12.876661; 80.079968Coordinates: 12°52′36″N 80°04′48″E / 12.876661°N 80.079968°E / 12.876661; 80.079968
AddressGST Road, Vandalur, Chennai
DeveloperAerens Gold Souk Group
Total retail floor area600,000 sq ft (56,000 m2)
WebsiteGold Souk Grande Mall

Gold Souk Grandé is a shopping mall, in the city of Chennai, India.[1] The project was unveiled in April 2009 by actress Shobana.[1] It is located next to Crescent Engineering College in Chennai and will be operational by first quarter of 2015. This is creating a record for itself by becoming the longest project in gestation period and construction period. Spread in the total built up area of 800,000 sq ft (74,000 m2), the mall will have five floors with gross leasable area of 600,000 sq ft (56,000 m2) dedicated to hypermarket, anchors, vanilla brands, multiplex, food court, QSR and Ramada Hotel.

Pizza Hut was operational from the ground floor of this mall earlier and it has been superseded by Papa John's Pizza outlet now.

The Mall is part of the Gold Souk chain of Malls located all over the country and a brand of Gurgaon-based retail and property developer, Aerens Gold Souk Group. The Gold Souk Grande Chennai is Arena Group's first venture in Tamil Nadu.


  1. ^ a b "Aerens Gold Souk's Chennai project". 3 April 2009 – via