After residential buildings, Noida to have high-rise business towers
After residential sky-scrappers, the city is set to witness business towers growing vertically. HT reports.Updated: Dec 19, 2011 00:45 IST
After residential sky-scrappers, the city is set to witness business towers growing vertically.
After putting Greater Noida on global map with the organisation of India’s maiden grand prix, the Jaypee Group will soon launch its first-ever business towers in Noida. These towers are part of central business development at Wish Town township spread over 1,162 acres on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway.
“The project will have multiple levels of parking, including mechanised parking bays, to handle up to 850 vehicles concurrently. It has been designed by Hellmuth, Obata & Kassa-baum firm of New York,” said an official.
Early this month, Supertech unveiled its plan to build a 80-floor mixed-use tower (Spira) in Sector 94. The project will also have business centres. This came after the realty major, in March, launched a 255-metre-tall and 60-floor residential tower named North Eye in Sector 74.
And it’s not only about residential and business centre development. Jaypee is also building a sports complex spread over 15 acres, adjacent to a golf course. The complex has a soccer field, a cricket stadium, three basket ball and three volley ball courts, six lawn tennis synthetic and two lawn tennis clay courts.
The Indoor facilities include badminton, squash, table tennis, billiards, pool and snooker, chess and carom, a multi level fitness centre, yoga & aerobics units.
First Published: Dec 19, 2011 00:39 IST