About Sector 82 lines in the newly developed area in greater Faridabad. This area has recently gained a lot of attraction because of its proximity with other cities of NCR. Well connected through roads, Metro, and Railway. The Faridabad bypass road connects sector 82 to Noida and New Delhi. The construction of Faridabad and Greater Noida expressway which is in full will further enhance the connectivity of the sector. An Industrial zone due to the presence of the several industries and corporate offices in its proximity.
Investment Advantages in Faridabad

• Faridabad is a huge industrial area and populated center in Haryana. Faridabad is the most populated city and 60% of the state of Haryana’s revenue is generated in Faridabad.
•Faridabad is a leading industrial city and the massive economic engine of Haryana. It is known as the industrial heart of Haryana. It has become popular for industry setter because of its location on Delhi-Mathura Road. Faridabad Ballabhgarh Industrial complex has occupied a very important place on the industrial map.
• Faridabad has emerged as the 9th biggest industrial town in India.
• Excellent infrastructure for the setting up of industry is offered by Faridabad. Authorised like the Haryana urban development authority and Haryana state industrial development corporation.
• Faridabad is emerging as an area having maximum foreign collaborations. Relaxation of FDI in many sectors, which includes construction, real estate and retail, has unlocked doors for the commercial rea estate sector in Faridabad.

Premium Features

• Lower ground floor: Retails showrooms, gold and diamond market, electronics mart, hypermarket.
• Ground and first floor: High Street retail.
• Second floor: Food court, restaurants, cafes/bars,reatils showrooms.
• Third floor: 4Screen multiplex, Banquet, hotel suites.
• Fourth floor: 4 Screen multiplex, hotel suites.
• Fifth floor: Hotel suites, terrace.

• Reduced energy consumption without sacrificing the comfort levels (lower operational costs).
• Daylight-controlled lighting systems.
• Air tightness and vapor barrier in building walls and surfaces.
• Reduced system sizes (HVAC, transformers, cabling, etc.) for optimal performance at local conditions.
• Occupancy sensors.
• Rain-water harvesting.

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