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1.4 km of skywalk for Arcop Associates and Site Concepts International housing project in Gurgaon

Gurgaon, India is to receive a new 3 million sq ft residential building designed by Arcop Associates and Site Concepts International with Larsen & Toubro appointed for construction services. Developer Experion (the first 100% FDI-funded real estate developer in Gurgaon) launched the scheme on 11 January 2013 and is touting the building as ‘the benchmark of luxury residential living for many years to come’.

Rakesh Kaul, CEO of Experion, furthers: “Windchants is a unique development that boasts of several firsts; A 1.4 km of skywalk to and fro that would meander amidst abundance of lush, green exotic flora, shaded sit-outs, beds of herbs and spice gardens, interspersed with air-conditioned community interaction hubs - at the seventh level. Possibly Asia’s largest residential skywalk, it would connect the seven condominium towers and duplexes within the development.”

External fitness areas, pet gardens, reading corners and herbariums are to be on offer to residents and children to be kept active with music, dance and karate studios or workshops. In total there will be more than 250,000 sq ft of leisure space available for those living in the apartments, duplexes, penthouses and villas onsite.

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