Saturday, September 22, 2007
A larger image is available here.
Shot from the DEL-TRV Jetlite flight, 3 million-plus square feet of space is visible. All the completed buildings including the giants - Thejaswini, Bhavani and Nila - are visible in the frame. From this image, one can truely understand why Technopark calls itself the "world's greenest technopolis!"
In the centre of the frame, are the u/c 450,000 sq.ft IBS campus (the semi-circular building, which is the almost ready Phase I) and to the left of the central road is the Tata Elxsi building.
In the top-left quarter of the frame are the 460,000 sq.ft. Leela Infopark (next to Nila) and the NEST Campus (diagonally-left from the water tank).
The 400,000 sq.ft TCS Peepul Park is just outside this frame, towards the centre right as is the site of the 500,000 sq.ft TCS Development Centre.
The Phases II and III of Technopark will add another 5-6 million sq. ft of built-up space and will include the signature campuses of Infosys and UST Global.
Technopark Phase IV - Technocity - is coming up on 507 acres of land and will develop upto 10-15 million sq.ft of built-up space for all types of knowledge industries in the IT/ITES, biotechnology, nanotechnology, semiconductor manufacturing and research & development sectors.
Posted by Ajay Prasad at 8:24:00 AM