Inkel to construct 2nd tower at Angamaly
Jul 05, 2013
Source : The Hindu Business Line


KOCHI:Encouraged by the demand for built-up space in its first tower, Inkel Ltd is going ahead with the construction of the second tower at Angamaly.

The company has invited request for participation (RFP) from reputed investors/developers/companies/ individuals under a developer agreement.

The proposed Inkel Tower-2 building in 2.45 acres will have all the modern facilities to enable prospective clients/tenants to start their business without further investments.

Its Tower-1 (2 lakh sq ft) on almost 3 acres is operational. The project is receiving enquiries from the business community. Hence the company proposes to construct the second tower in the remaining land with private participation.

According to Inkel officials, the project offers an excellent investment opportunity for the discerning investors. It is envisaged as a hassle-free hub with support facilities such as electricity, water, parking etc ideal for non-polluting enterprises /services to start their business.

This concept is based on the analysis of location, micro and macro socio-economics, social desirability, demand for space for various sectors and services.

The project site will have a dedicated approach road being laid to the site from NH 47. The railway station is only 700 metres from the site.

Inkel and KSIDC have around 50 acres adjacent to TELK Angamaly and Champannoor Industrial Area in Angamaly, which is being planned as an integrated development, which will make this area a preferred investment destination, officials said.

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