The Capital, BKC, Mumbai
About the building:
The Capital, BKC, is a USP LEED certified Gold rated building and is one of the most sort after addresses for an office in Mumbai. The building comprises of 19 floors and is a massive 1.2 million sq.ft. The average floor plate is 65,000 sq.ft. with multiple sizes offices starting from approx. 718 sq.ft. to 65,000 sq.ft. Co-Working and Serviced Offices of various sizes are also available; these would range from 1 desk to 200 desks with conference room facilities and other services on hire.
The Capital in BKC has a contemporary façade, floor sizes of 65,000 sq. ft. that are not easily available in Mumbai and a mechanised parking facility for 1,500 cars. The car parking ratio is approx. 1:1500 sq.ft.
The Capital, BKC, has clients including Deutsche Bank, Pfizer, Bain & Co, VISA, SBI, First Gulf Bank, Symantec and many more. The building also has high end restaurants and cafes like; Punjab Grill, Capital Social, The American Joint, Starbucks, SodaBottleOpenerWala, Theobroma, Paninero, Derby Restobar, etc.
About BKC location:
The Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) is a well-planned business and residential district. It has Class A commercial buildings along with luxury residential towers which commands some of the highest property rates in the country. The complex is the first of a series of "growth centres" created to "arrest further concentration" of offices and commercial activities in heart of Mumbai.
BKC houses a various ‘Class A’ commercial buildings like Maker Maxity, One BKC, The Capital, Platina, FIFC tower, TCG, Godrej BKC, Vibgyor, Adani inspire, and many more. BKC buildings includes occupants like National Stock Exchange, Twitter India, MasterCard, Bank of America, Netflix, Google, Apple, Amazon, Cisco, Spotify, Dow Jones, Baring Equity, Discovery, Blackstone, Brookfield, Asian Heart Institute, Kotak Mahindra Bank, ICICI Bank, Citibank, Standard Chartered Bank, Bank of Baroda, SBI, Bank of India, Bharat Diamond Bourse, SEBI, ONGC, NABARD, IL&FS, Unit Trust of India, Dhirubhai Ambani International School, The American School of Bombay, The American Consulate, The British Consulate, Jio Garden, the upcoming Jio World Centre, and many more.
It also has 2 Five Star hotels – The Trident and Sofitel. It also is home to the Mumbai Cricket Association’s cricket ground, the Consulate General of United States, Mumbai and the British High Commission along with luxury residential developments like Signia Pearl, Signature Island, Signia Isles, Rustomjee Seasons, Ten BKC, Kalpataru Magnus, Kalpataru Sparkle, Rustomjee Oriana.
There are approximately 600,000+ people working in various offices throughout the BKC. The commercial development in BKC includes private and government offices (state and central), banks, wholesale establishments, etc. and will provide ultimately about 2,000,000 jobs in the area. An Urban Plaza and Park named 'CITY PARK' has been developed on an area of about 22,500 square metres in this block.
BKC is a hub for high end and fine dining restaurants, cafes, lounge bars, fast food and bakeries. Some of the prominent and popular ones are: Yauatcha, Cin Cin, Nara thai, Papaya, Bayroute, Masala Library, Hitchki, Toast & Tonic, Busago, Punjab Grill, Theobroma, Starbucks, and many more.
The upcoming Mumbai Metro train line is proposed to have 3 stations in BKC. This will boost the connectivity and reduce travel time from BKC to the entire city and also increase the property value in BKC. The new BKC connecting flyovers and bridges have already eased the travel.
BKC also boasts of the upcoming Jio World Centre (earlier known as Dhirubhai Ambani International Convention and Exhibition Centre), a mixed-use development of G+18 floors. Covering 75,000 m2 of land with 788,340 m2 of useable floor space, the iconic development boasts of housing various facilities including a convention and banqueting facility; exhibition halls; a performance arts centre with a seating capacity of 2,000 people; premium service apartments; as well as Ultra Luxury Mall with proposed premium brands such brands include Armani, Zegna, Bottega Veneta, Canali. It will also have high-end commercial spaces. This project showcases to be more than twice the size of Burj Khalifa (operational floor area wise) is developed by Reliance Industries Ltd , the largest conglomerate in the country owned by currently Asia’s Richest man Shri Mukesh Ambani. This project is expected to accommodate a floating population of approximately 38000 a day.