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High Street Phoenix has truly put Mumbai on a pedestal with Palladium, the city’s first luxury and premium retail and entertainment destination. This south Mumbai mall has in a short span of time become an iconic landmark not only for the elite of the city but also for many around the country. What makes Palladium so irresistible are the four levels of exceptional shopping in an atmosphere of sophistication and refinement under one elegant roof. Its unique design expression makes the mall a striking structure in the architecture of the city that never sleeps. Palladium has become a landmark already. The retail and lifestyle mix of the mall comes alive with the luxury labels, high fashion brands, cafes, fine dining restaurants, a stand-up comedy venue, spas and salons it houses. This truly one of its kind luxury retail space in India also provides for special services such as a concierge desk, Wi-Fi and valet parking for all visitors.

  • Palladium was conceptualized in 2003 and it opened its doors to customers in 2009. Since then it has become the toast of the elite of the city. Palladium has been recognized for an excellence in retail sector and takes pride and inspiration from the recognition received at various platforms across the world.

    Palladium has added its unique design expression to Mumbai with its remarkable presence. The mall facades are clad boldly in black stone tiles. In a city bereft of good signage design, the signage on facade and inside the mall are designed with the art deco theme in mind.

  • Be it the Italian marble flooring or the bevelled mirrors placed so carefully against wooden panels. The mall is a user friendly public building for differently-abled consumers and is in fact one of the only retail destinations in India which carries washroom signage in Braille.

    The mall interior has an Art Deco design inspiration, with a glass domed atrium, Italian marble, onyx and a feeling of space. The fluid use of space and light gracefully enhances the luxurious and indulgent atmosphere.

  • Palladium was conceptualized in 2003 and it opened its doors to customers in 2009. Since then it has become the toast of the elite of the city. Palladium has been recognized for an excellence in retail sector and takes pride and inspiration from the recognition received at various platforms across the world.

  • Palladium has added its unique design expression to Mumbai with its remarkable presence. The mall facades are clad boldly in black stone tiles. In a city bereft of good signage design, the signage on facade and inside the mall are designed with the art deco theme in mind.

  • Be it the Italian marble flooring or the bevelled mirrors placed so carefully against wooden panels. The mall is a user friendly public building for differently-abled consumers and is in fact one of the only retail destinations in India which carries washroom signage in Braille.

  • The mall interior has an Art Deco design inspiration, with a glass domed atrium, Italian marble, onyx and a feeling of space. The fluid use of space and light gracefully enhances the luxurious and indulgent atmosphere.