New Delhi [India], Apr 26 (ANI): Emaar India, the iconic brand and leading global property developer, has received the Occupancy Certificate for its LEED-certified Integrated IT Park Complex Digital Greens, located in Sector 61, Gurgaon.
The project is located on the highly anticipated Southern Peripheral road with easy connectivity to the international airport, Faridabad, Delhi and Manesar regions.
Digital Greens is spread across a sprawling 6.8 acres with a total built-up area of 1.25 million sq ft approximately. The eco-friendly complex has been designed by Singapore-based architect firm HOK with cutting edge technology, state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities. The executive architect for the IT Park project is US-based Studio U+A Norr.
"We are happy to receive yet another Occupancy Certificate for our Projects and shall offer handover to our patrons shortly. This would be our fourth delivery in as many months. The realty market across the country is undergoing testing times, and achievement of these remarkable objectives is a testimony to our renewed efforts to fast track completion and handover of all ongoing projects to our customers," said CEO Emaar India, Sanjay Malhotra.
Prior to this, Emaar India has recently delivered The Palm Drive (second phase) and Emerald Hills in Gurugram, as well as The Avenues and Grace at Esplanade in Chennai.
Emaar India has been incorporating green building guidelines in the design and construction of its projects. Digital Greens is a highly energy and resource-efficient LEED-certified green building that would considerably reduce the carbon footprint of the project as well as its users.
The environmental-friendly project has features like contemporary style, use of environmentally sensitive construction material, high-quality finish and technologically advanced infrastructure to offer an ideal work-life experience and healthy environment.
Moreover, the project has integrated building management system, high speed elevators with Destination Control system and Automatic Rescue Device (ARD) system, centralized air-conditioning with high-efficiency chillers, double-glazed units for energy efficiency, noise and heat insulation, and efficient glass-to-glass distance for maximum natural light. Other features include power back-up, state-of-the-art life safety and security system, adequate parking spaces at ground and basement levels. (ANI)