Raheja Trinity redefines the traditional concept of stand-alone work spaces by integrating work with leisure. Built by combining the strengths of well-grounded experience with the dynamic needs of modern times, Raheja Developers, shall provide you a new era of work culture and futuristic office spaces, commercial shops and serviced apartments at the core of Gurgaon. The property is spanned across a wide area and provides you with all modern amenities. It is approved by Haryana RERA.
Ground floor and First floor dedicated to retail, luxury stores, Banks, ATM’s, Restaurants Large store-fronts and wide arcades along all stores Low maintenance module World-class landscaping by reputed consultants
Amenities at Raheja Trinity
The project is well-equipped with modern facilities and amenities including entrance lobby, gated community, property staff, water softener plant, landscape garden, paved compound, rain water harvesting, sewage treatment plant, shopping center, children?s play area, 24/7 water supply, power backup, among others.
Gurgaon is famous for its industrial activities. The satellite city is serving millions of professionals and many more are approaching this city because of good employable opportunities and handsome salaries provided by renowned companies. People are migrating and looking up for the job opportunities in Gurgaon because of its splendid infrastructure and connectivity. This speedy work flow is attracting many potential buyers and investors to explore more investment opportunities in every nook and corner of the city.
Keeping in mind the daily traffic problems the city linked to different parts of India via highways, roadways, airways and local transportation and more technological advancements are being added to it day by day. The city has one of the famous educational institutions like MDI Gurgaon, health care centers like Mediscape and Max hospital followed by renowned Honda industrial plant and leading MNCs.
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- Published: December 21, 2020
- Last Update: December 25, 2020
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