Certified by WTC, New York, Delhi’s first World Trade Centre will be ready by December 2019. This was revealed by AK Mittal, CMD of the state-owned National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC); the agency that is carrying the project through to completion. Located at Nowroji Nagar of South Delhi, the business center will house 12 towers sprawling across 30 lakh sq feet and will be the first WTC in the NCR region.

Having being constructed on premium land of approximately 25 acres, within the vicinity of Bhikaji Cama Place, the undertaking, with an exterior facing Ring Road will have cutting-edge features— a space specifically tailor-made for cultural endeavors, centralized air-conditioning, F&B courts, health centers, auditoria, board suites and conference chambers.
The 12 towers will be green architectures, inclusive of a three-tier underground parking that can spaciously accommodate 8,000 cars and an alternate source of power supply. The state framework PSU also has a license from World Trade Centre, New York, to take in hand commercial projects such as the World Trade Centre.
Mr. Mittal also stated, “We have got license from WTC, New York, to develop the Nowroji Nagar commercial hub on the lines of World Trade Centre,” Mittal said. “WTC Delhi is expected to be completed by December 2019. The project will further the mission of ‘New India by 2022’”.
According to Mittal, exclusive eco-friendly technical specs will produce positive energy and filter it all through the building and the smart space pattern, will blend usefulness with recreation zone to boost the flow of a stress-free environment.

NBCC has already been selling office domains in a prospective commercial tower for Rs 1,100 crore to five firms. The PSU will imminently add space in more business towers for sale. The NBCC chief shared the belief that the firm did anticipate an earnings of around Rs 12,000-Rs 13,000 crore by selling these 12 towers, whereas the project would cost around Rs 2,500 crore.
He also said that the funds would make up for renovating seven government housing societies in Delhi.

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