Introducing Manchester’s first premium Asian shopping centre
Big name retailers prepare for autumn opening
Manchester’s long wait for a high-end Asian shopping centre is almost over as the city’s first premium Bazaar officially opens later this year, bringing an array of exciting goods to customers in the city.
Located in one of the most vibrant and energetic areas of the Lancashire, Manchester Asian Bazaar will add to Cheetham Hills already famed reputation as a shopping hot spot, with up to 60 new retail units opening up.
Supplying a huge range of Asian products, visitors can pick up everything from fashion clothing to occasional wear, fashion footwear to jewellery, perfumery to beauty products and even haberdashery.
The shopping mall, which is being developed through an investment of £750,000 in Cheetham Hill Shopping Centre, will be a brand new retail area of approximately 20,000 square feet.
Open six days a week from 10am to 8pm it will present an opportunity for shoppers to visit the mall after working hours and there is no need to worry about parking, with 500 free spaces available for customers.
As well as a host of new retailers, an onsite 60-seater cafe, offering up delicious Asian cuisine, will also open its doors to the public alongside a beauty salon.
The mall aims to attract around 20,000 visitors a week into the Cheetham Hill area from all over Greater Manchester, Lancashire and beyond.
Offering up some of the best products available in the country’s Asian designer market, the bazaar will also look to uplift the whole area as a place to shop, in-turn having a positive effect on local businesses, and creating up to 200 new jobs.
Tariq Mohammed, speaking on behalf of Manchester Asian Bazaar, said: “The demand of fashion merging from east to west has brought this new wave of clothing and accessories from that part of the world.
“I am confident that this new bazaar will be a place for all to shop, eastern and western alike, bringing a breath of fresh air to what’s on offer.”
The team behind the project say they hope to bring an investment of over £10 million from retailers into the shopping mall making it one of the most desired places for Asian shopping.
Tariq added: “In addition to new businesses entering this area, there will also be a increased number of visitors that will hopefully shop at the surrounding areas as well as the mall.
“This will help to boost income to other businesses in the local vicinity as our concept adds to the community rather than taking away, providing new and diverse products to customers.”