India will have for the first time a glass-walled cafeteria, which will be 25 feet above the ground with cars
moving below, something which is seen in the foreign countries.
proposed glass-walled 'aerobridge' will be developed in Kolkata, that will
connect two buildings on both sides of the road at the upcoming IT logistics
hub on Salt Lake Bypass.
the "iconic gateway to Sector V", the bridge with glass cover and
roof will offer a panoramic view of New Town and Sector V.
Development Authority (KMDA) will complete the process of forming a joint
sector company with South City Projects (Kolkata) and Merlin Group by early August 2008, which
will then develop the logistics centre on Salt Lake Bypass at the point leading
consortium of South City Projects and Merlin Group has already inked a
development agreement with KMDA to set up the centre over 4.563 acre that will
be on the lines of Delhi's India Habitat Centre.
The project, said to be one of the biggest
public-private-partnership projects of the state, with an investment of around
Rs.250 crore to Rs.300 crore. It is expected to be completed by 2010.
Source : Times of India