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» Total Land Area of 16.38 acres
» Over 80% landscaped open areas
» 6 Towers of G + 19 each , Total 796 Flats
» 2BHK (76 nos.), 3BHK (474 nos.) & 4BHK (246 nos.)
» Total Construction area of about 17.5 Lacs sqft
» 6 High Speed Elevators in each tower (4 general & 2 service elevators)
» About 50,000 sq ft of commercial area dedicated for daily convenience, medical shops etc



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Shristi Hotel, an arm of Shristi Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd, has joined hands with global hospitality major Westin Hotels & Resorts, for the 323-key address which hopes to welcome guests by end-2011.

The twin towers of the G+35 hotel, a “bionic structure”, will boast a rooftop helipad. This is the second hotel project with an overseas partner announced in Rajarhat in recent weeks, with Ambuja Realty confirming the Swissôtel Group as its hospitality partner for the five-star mall hotel atop City Centre 2.

The Shristi-Westin alliance on the eight-acre land parcel would be the first standalone deluxe five-star hotel in a Rajarhat.

Designed by the Spanish firm of Cervera & Pioz, which created the New York Stock Exchange and the Acropolis Museum in Greece, the star address is banking on “building with the bear and running with the bull”, says an industry veteran.
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The urban development department has approached police for help in setting up a parking lot next to Salt Lake City Centre in the face of opposition from residents.

Residents are opposed to the project as it would come up on a park in Block DC.

“We have written to the superintendent of North 24-Parganas police and the additional police superintendent, Salt Lake,” said a senior official of the Calcutta Metropolitan Development Authority’s (CMDA) planning wing.

A year and a half ago, the urban development department had signed an agreement with Simplex Projects Limited for constructing a multi-level parking plaza on a plot adjacent to City Centre.

Pegged at Rs 50 crore — including the cost of land — the project proposed a five-tier building across 62 cottahs where four floors would accommodate around 500 cars and 40 two-wheelers. The rest of the area (15 per cent) would be available for commercial use.

According to the deal, Simplex Projects Limited would undertake the project on a build-operate-transfer basis for 30 years and then hand over the parking lot to the CMDA.

“The deal was signed in March 2008 and construction was supposed to be completed in 18 months. But with residents’ associations protesting against the project, there was hardly any progress,” said a senior CMDA official.

Local residents, including those of The Residency in City Centre, feel the destruction of the picturesque park next to City Centre would be a terrible loss to the locality.

“It is a beautiful park where both young and old residents come in the morning, practise yoga and breathe fresh air. A multi-tier car parking lot would make the area horribly polluted,” pointed out Suranjan Bonerjee, 71, who lives at The Residency.

The company handling the project feels such problems should have been ironed out before the deal was inked. The government has already received nearly 50 per cent of the project cost.

“It’s the government’s responsibility to ensure that we can start work on the project,” said B.K. Duggal of Simplex Projects.
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Location: New Town
Category: Residential
Developer: Bengal Greenfield Projects
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The HIG phase of Greenfield Heights is a cluster of 4, 18(G+17) stories glittering residential structures Sandhyatara, Shrobona, Saptarshi and Suktara. Organised landscape using greenery, and other landscaping element along with children's play field, jogging/cycling track are provided. Car parking facilities in covered and open space.
The Galaxy - a self-contained commercial complex ensures that all your day to day needs are fully met.
The club, Star Trek, is a star-spangled affair, with diverse facilities to suit one and all. Facilities include health club, aerobic, yoga, gymnasium, tennis court, indoor games, baby pool, community hall for marriage parties and other cultural activities.

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