Bhutani Grandthum bags the ET Real Estate Award in the commercial sector

Bhutani Grandthum, an alluring commercial project at Greater Noida West, recently secured the “Commercial Project – Office Building (Metro: Ongoing)” award for The Economic Times Real Estate Awards 2022 – North. The glorious project bedazzled the jury with its unparalleled rapport as one-of-its-kind commercial property in NCR.

Grandthum

Launched in September 2019, the project is designed to match the expectations of a dream workplace and aligns itself strictly with Green Building Certification requirements. Making a noticeable impression on the jury and taking the lead to bag the award, the commercial space is a seamless blend of integrating ecological elements with a contemporary approach and encouraging sustainability while building spectacular office space. Building the Iconic Twin Tower, the project is spread over approximately 23 acres, the two high-rise towers with G+34 and G+30 floors are dedicated to signature office spaces.

Taking pride in the project, Mr. Sumit Agarwal, Director, Bhutani Grandthum, said, “We carry immense gratitude for ET real estate for receiving this award. It acknowledges our efforts in the Real Estate sector and also assigns us more responsibilities to fulfill customers’ expectations. Much gratitude to the jury members for bestowing this honor upon us!”

With the title of “Largest Mixed-use IGBC Platinum Pre Certified Project”, Bhutani Grandthum is striving to create waves as it progresses. It intends to encourage people to switch to responsible living and thus has committed its project to ensure that the construction waste is diverted for reuse or recycling instead of going to the bin.

The project is strategically built in close proximity to the giant corporates and MNCs, including IBM and other known names in the industry, and envisions to create an unmatched masterpiece that lures people and satiates their expectations pertaining to the commercial estate.

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