Cyber City has almost become synonymous to Gurgaon, it’s the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks about Gurgaon’s quick growth story after the economic reforms, over time cyber city has evolved as a high priority business destination to a huge number of Indian and International companies that had set up their offices here. According to an estimate over 40% of Delhi’s Central and South business districts shifted to Cyber city toward the mid 2000’s for business expansion. Most of Delhi business centers like Connaught place, Nehru Place etc had become obsolete by the end of last century, they were either too cramped or had other issues like parking, traffic etc, Cyber City became an obvious choice for many corporate that were looking for contiguous floor plates in access of 50,000 sq ft and above. Its India’s first modern fully integrated commercial business district developed by single private developer. Entire Cyber City is spread over a huge land mass of over 350 Acres with over 15 million sq ft of IT/ITES office and retail built up space. Its located on your right as soon as you cross the toll bridge on NH8 while coming into Gurgaon from Delhi side. The other side of the road is the old industrial area Udyog Vihar.
Some of well known iconic buildings of Cyber City are, Infinity Tower, Titanic Building, Ship Building, DLF cyber Green, IT SEZ DLF cyber city no 14, DLF Epitome Building no 5.
Connected through 16 Lane Express Way NH8.
Great Access from South, West (MG road, Dwarka Expressway and Kapshera) and Central Delhi (NH 8)
Inter connectivity via Rapid Metro and Delhi metro
In close proximity to 5 Star Hotels like Leela, Trident and Oberoi.
Another business district Udyog Vihar is right opposite abutting the NH8.
Relatively low rentals in comparison to other parts of Gurgaon
Parking can be bit of challenge at certain locations.
Water logging around Monsoon.