Bengaluru Airport City to create, business park & 775-key hotel

In a major push for infrastructure, the Bengaluru Airport City Limited (BACL) will develop a two- million square feet business park and a 775-room hotel near the Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) has said.

The BIAL in a statement said, “The biophilic-inspired business Park by BACL promises smart workspaces within a vibrant public realm. The park seeks to seamlessly blend work and play, to cater to the diverse needs of businesses and employees and offers a dynamic environment for growth and collaboration.”

A biophilic design is a kind of architecture that incorporates natural elements into buildings and landscapes in order to create a more productive and healthy environment for people.

The project lies in the Urban Forest, a lush oasis in the centre of development. This green space will serve as a focal point, blending indoor and outdoor spaces throughout the area. The upcoming Metro station in Airport City will provide seamless connectivity to the business park from the northern side, ensuring convenient accessibility.

Combo Hotel
The Combo Hotel is poised to become one of the largest hospitality establishments in India. Comprising a total of 775 keys, the hotel will be a collaboration between Vivanta (450 rooms) and Ginger (325 rooms). The hotel is expected to be completed by the end of 2026 to cater to both business travellers and tourists.

Another addition to the Airport City’s allure is the upcoming Concert Arena – a first-of-its-kind arena in the country in an airport ecosystem. The concert arena will have a capacity to host 10,000 attendees. Scheduled to open its doors within the next couple of years, this state-of-the-art venue will set the stage for events and concerts and prove to be a hub for entertainment and cultural gatherings.

Rao Munukutla, CEO, BACL, said, “This investment by the BACL will propel our vision of transforming the Airport City into a bustling hub for businesses, knowledge-intensive zones, research and development centres and Global Capability Centres. With world-class infrastructure and a focus on sustainability, our goal is to create a thriving environment that nurtures growth, brings in job opportunities and makes a positive socio-economic impact on the region.”



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