Tata Realty and Infrastructure Limited has began the construction of a new commercial project named Tata Intellion Park in Gurgaon, Haryana. The project is planned as a unique podium-style IT, ITeS, and SEZ (for Electronic Hardware) campus development, with expansive workspaces, lush greenery and world-class amenities. It comprises six towers spread over 25.24 acres that converge at the podium level and offers a host of world-class amenities with an emphasis on extensive landscaping. This project envisages being one of the most sought-after addresses in town, with global IT/ITeS companies making a beeline to be a part of the campus.
The project is strategically located off the coveted Golf Course Extension Road in Gurugram and is in close proximity to Sector 56 and Metro Station. The project includes total of 6 towers with 12 to 18 upper floors. State-of-the-art facilities dominate the campus including a café, restaurant, 100% power backup facility, reflexology garden and path, water fountain, business centre, clubhouse, gymnasium, landscaped areas, garden, centralized air conditioning, cricket pitch, basketball court, jogging track, yoga, and an aerobics studio. Sustainability features like rain water harvesting are also a feature of this commercial project.
|PROJECT NAME||Tata Intellion Park, Gurgaon|
|DEVELOPER||Tata Realty and Infrastructure Limited|
|BUILT-UP STRUCTURES||6 towers with 12 to 18 upper floors.|
|HIGHLIGHTS/FEATURES||Sustainability – Rain Water Harvesting|
100% Power Backup
Centralized Air Conditioning
Amenity – Café, Restaurant
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