Friday, 28 June 2019

Omaxe Introduces New Chandigarh’s First Hyper-Hybrid Business Park

By Tricitynews

New Chandigarh 28th June:- Omaxe Limited, one of India’s leading real estate companies brings to New Chandigarh, region’s first hyper-hybrid business park- “Beacon Street”. The business park will be a future-proof business hub, complete with a glass and chrome skyline and 360-degree amenities such as retail, office, living, dining and entertainment spaces.
Manoj Suri, AVP-Sales & Marketing, Omaxe limited said that “Beacon Street” is part of Omaxe’s commercial projects, namely, India Trade Tower, International Trade Tower and Holiday Inn, in New Chandigarh. It will be a kaleidoscope of colour, taste, smell and pleasures for everyone and of every age. He further shared that under its roof, Beacon Street will have Palika Bazar, Bespoke Boulevard, Centre Point, Gourmet Gallery, Café, Clubs & Pubs, Court Cullinaire, Funder land, Megaplex, Odeon, Uni-Suites, Serviced Apartments, 7-screen multiplex cinemas and The Roof Top. With sky escalators, playing areas for kids and beautiful ambience, Beacon Street can cater to become the next favourite shopping destination. It will be a destination combining business space with green, high-end horticulture, which will take your commercial experience to a different level.
Bhupinder Singh, Business Head – Chandigarh, Omaxe Limited said that we are very excited to introduce our new project Beacon Street. New Chandigarh is a modern city, Omaxe is very thrilled to bring its hyper-hybrid hub as a project for the new generation. It brings multiple experiences under one roof. We are hopeful that Beacon Street will be a unique and successful journey.
Beacon Street project is conveniently located along a 200ft stretch on Madhya Marg Extension road, just opposite to MediCity and next to transport terminal. The site is close to major residential area. Marked by large landmarks and with more projects to come, the business hub will be fast becoming one of the most valuable investment zones in North India.

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