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Gulshan One29 ready for fit-outs; up for delivery in July


NCR realty major Gulshan Group has announced that its first commercial project in Noida, Gulshan One29, will be up for delivery in July this year. It’s the first commercial landmark at Noida Expressway and is ready for fit-outs, said a press release.

Being developed with approximately Rs 258 crore, the total area in the commercial project is 4.75 lakh sq ft, it said further.

The release went on to say that Gulshan One29 is more than just a destination; it’s a complete experience, with distinct and dedicated precincts for fun, food, fashion, and work. It is surrounded by high-end residential developments as well as industrial areas and IT parks. It includes an amphitheater, a six-screen multiplex theatre, Grade A office spaces and a dedicated area for children.

Yukti nagpalCommenting on the development, Yukti Nagpal, Director, Gulshan Group, said, “Gulshan One29 is our first commercial project. After serving the residential segment exclusively, we decided to expand into the commercial and hospitality sectors. The decision completes our goal of providing people with a lifestyle, as we will now provide them with not only residences but also other facilities such as malls, hotels, and other amenities that are important to a healthy lifestyle. We aim to deliver five million square feet of space by 2023, which includes 9.5 lakh square feet of luxury housing and 4.75 lakh square feet of commercial space.”

Deepak-kapoorTalking about the sales trends in the commercial and retail segment in Noida, Deepak Kapoor, Director, Gulshan Group, said,  “The UP Government has received many investment proposals worth approx. Rs. 7,000 crores from international investors who are planning on shifting their base from China to Uttar Pradesh, namely from the countries of Japan, UK, US, Canada, Germany and South Korea. This development will be a boon for the luxury residential and commercial segment. More retail and entertainment hubs are needed to come up to accommodate the growing population.”