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Markaz Knowledge City sets ready to launch in March 2020

“It is India’s biggest cultural center “-say the promoters of Markaz Knowledge City .

Markaz Knowledge City is set ready to launch in April 2020,said its promoters  and developers in a press meet in Kozhikode,today. According to Dr.MAH Kandi,MD of Markaz City; the project is the biggest cultural city resembles ancient trade system in an ultra modern outlook.

The integrated townhsip project is built at Kaithapoyil on Calicut-Bangalore National Highway in Kerala.

Like Arabian Soukz,the city has arranged around 350 shops.It will give job opportunity to around 3,000 people.Education,health,tourism, and cultural heritage are well-crafted under one roof.

Ilslamic heritage and modern science are merged in the design and architect of Knowledge City,said Dr.Abdul Salam Mohammed,CEO,Markaz Knowledge City.

Team Talenmark Developers

 

“The iconic cultural center is spread across 125 acres of land in a lush green and pristine evironment.It is getting to be a unique archetectrural and unique cultural monument.Once the city is opened,there is an expected economic growth within the 25 kilometers of the project.”

There is a 5 crore liter capacity dam,technically supported by NIT Kozhikode .A circular podium and a bridge  along the dam will be a new experience for visitors who can enjoy ghazal and music concerts,here.

The 6.6 lakh square feet structure is built up with steel dome is a prestigious project of Telenmark Developers,run by trio, Habeeburahman, Hibathulla,and Muhammaed Shakeel.

The building accomodates around 10,000 people. A 72,000 square feet roof garden acts as a spill over space and is replete with more than 100 fruit trees.

 

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