India's first aerotropolis in Delhi to have country's largest mall at IGI Airport Aerocity! Top 10 Things to Know

By 2027, Indira Gandhi International AirportOf Erosity Will highlight India's biggest mallAccording to a TOI report by Saurabh Sinha, as part of a massive $2.5 billion expansion plan that will transform the country's first aerotropolis over the next five years.
Let's take a look at the top 10 things about us. Delhi Aerocity The expansion project which will soon have India's largest mall and passenger connectivity options at IGI Airport will include:

  1. The leasable area at Aerocity will increase from the current 15 lakh sq ft to 1 crore sq ft by 2029, which will be expanded in two phases.
  2. The global business district will be expanded by another 6.5 million square feet, resulting in a total leasable area of ​​1.8 million square feet for public spaces as well as offices, retail, food courts, and entertainment-oriented mega malls.
  3. Bharti Realty, which won the bid to develop Aerocity, has a lease that is inconsistent with DIAL's lease to develop and operate the airport, while ownership remains with the state.
  4. Aerocity in Phase 2 will get Worldmark 4, 5, 6 and 7 with a leasable area of ​​3.5 lakh sq ft and India's largest mall spread over 2.8 lakh sq ft – three times larger than the existing Vasant Kunj malls. SK Sayle, MD and CEO, Bharti Realty told TOI. Underground parking for over 8000 cars is also planned.
  5. Bharti is focusing on developing the mega mall, which Sile said will become India's largest when it opens by 2027. “We have sent teams all over the world and are developing the mall as the country's largest indoor entertainment destination offering the most sought-after global entertainment genres,” he added.
  6. Currently, Aeroste has 5,000 hotel rooms in 11 leading hotels. After the completion of Phase 2, the number of rooms in 16 hotels will increase to 7,000, with new additions such as St Regis and JW Marriott Marquis.
  7. Phase 3, scheduled to commence in 2025 and be completed by 2029, will add 4 million square feet of leasable commercial space along the Northern Access Road connecting Mahipalpur and Terminals 2 and 3. These will be offices with retail space on the ground floor, a border district connected by cycle tracks and walkways.
  8. The applicant expects Aerocity to employ 2 million people and generate at least 30 million annually after completion. By then, IGI can handle over 10 crore passengers annually and replace T2 with a much larger T4, which will take the airport's annual capacity to over 14 crore passengers.
  9. To handle the growing numbers, DIAL is developing India's first inter-state multi-modal transport hub near Aerosti Metro Station. The hub is likely to include an inter-state bus terminus, the upcoming Phase 4 line of the Delhi Metro, and a rapid rail transit system station, including an automated passenger mover or air train station. Currently, DIAL and the Union Ministry of Aviation are discussing the number of stops for the proposed air train connecting T1 on one side and T3/2 (or T4 in place of T2 by the end of this decade). While the airport operator supports two air train stations at Aeroste, the ministry prefers fewer stops to ensure quick intra-terminal transfers.
  10. Worldmark Aerosty It will be the world's most well-connected global business district with various modes of transportation. People coming from Meerut, Alwar or Panipat will reach here within 45 minutes on incoming RRTS. The mega mall will have parking space for thousands of cars,” Sile said.

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