BPTP launches commercial complex

News Posted - 2010-04-13

Offering the first of its kind global-standard amenities, Delhi-NCR’s largest developer BPTP Limited on Monday announced the launch of an integrated commercial district Capital City project at Noida.

Capital City comes up with ‘all-in-one-place’ facilities like hotel, service apartments, up-market retail, entertainment and office space.

The international standard of infrastructure and well co-ordinated traffic movement and adequate parking planning will ensure high security system of the whole complex.

Spread across 21.17 acre, Capital City is a fully paid up property, thereby ensuring zero risk to buyers. It comprises 2.1 million sq ft of office space, 1 million sq ft of retail and entertainment space and 1.1 million sq ft of hospitality space including service apartments.

A highlight of the project is that it will offer the best of the experience even for pedestrians ensuring walking in the Capital City from office to service apartments to entertainment zones is akin to the facilities available at Singapore and Hong Kong and nowhere in India.

Announcing the launch of the world-class business destination, Amit Raj Jain, vice-president, marketing, BPTP, said, “The launch of Capital City signifies the commitment of BPTP to bring in global standards with sustainable design to create constructive synergies”. He further added, “The project also boasts of a healthy and serene work place environment, special emphasis on Vastu-compliant buildings.”

Capital City is strategically located at the start of Noida Expressway and is accessible through expressways and major roads of south and central Delhi. There are two metro lines connecting the Capital City, with just one kilo meter from Noida-Connaught Place line and just 3 km from Connaught Place-Jasola line. A major attraction of Capital City is a luxury hotel (currently under construction), with a Convention Centre for hosting business conferences, seminars and international events.

Source: The Financial Express 13/4/10