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CM to inaugurate new building at Kochi Infopark on Jan 22

CM to inaugurate new building at Kochi Infopark on Jan 22

Kochi: The 4 lakh square feet state-of-the-art IT building, Jyothirmaya at the Infopark here will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on January 22.

The 9-storeyed building, constructed over six acres of land, as part of the second phase of development in Infopark, is expected to house over 4000 IT professionals.

The second phase of Infopark that is being developed on 160 acres land on the shores of Kadamprayar river, has been envisaged as a walk to work IT Township with built up space for IT companies, and other facilities such as business convention centre, budget hotel, shopping complex school and hospital.

Designed to international standards, the building and the second phase is being developed as an eco-friendly green park campus and will have high energy saving measures and least carbon emission.

"The campus, with water frontage, will have a total built-up area of 8 million sq.ft when fully operational, and will provide direct employment to 80,000 IT professionals," Hrishikesh Nair, CEO, IT Parks, Kerala told reporters here.

"People can come to work in a boat through the Kadamprayar river.

The boat service is presently available from Vytilla hub to Rajagiri and the Corporation is planning to extend the service till Phase 2 soon," he said.

Kochi Metro is also expected to be extended to Kakkanad in its second phase and with the Seaport Airport Link, Infopark will be well connected and will be easy to commute for those who work here.

Once the entire campus is ready, working in Phase two will be dream come true as one can Walk to Work as the 2nd phase is envisaged as a self-contained township," he added.

Jyothirmaya has a separate 6-storeyed 150,000 sq feet block that will provide parking facility and space for other commercial activities such as banks, ATMs, food courts, etc. for the IT professionals working here, he said.

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