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Hiland Park, Kolkata

Hiland Park
General information
Status Complete
Location Kolkata, India
Construction started 2000
Completed 2004
Height 86 metres (282 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 28
Design and construction
Architect Dulal Mukherjee and Associates
Developer CMGL (A joint venture between Hiland group and KMDA

Hiland Park is the name given to a 32.14-acre (130,100 m2) micro-township in Kolkata, India. It is situated in Chak Garia on Eastern Metropolitan Bypass. The micro township features a Residential Complex, which includes a number of recreational facilities, Shopping Mall and a Social Club called 'The County'.

The Residential complex has 9 building towers. The towers are named Peak (28 floors, 86 metres (282 ft)), Cape (24 floors, 74 metres (243 ft)), Brook (24 floors, 74 metres (243 ft)), Fjord (21 floors, 65 metres (213 ft)), Bay (21 floors, 65 metres (213 ft)), Glen (18 floors, 56 metres (184 ft)), Isle (18 floors, 56 metres (184 ft)), Ridge (18 floors, 56 metres (184 ft)) and Loch (18 floors, 56 metres (184 ft)). Peak was the tallest residential building in the city until 2007 when South City Towers topped at 117 metres (384 ft). There are a total of 941 residential units comprising standard apartments, duplex and penthouses.

"Hiland Park" is one of the most important landmarks along Eastern Metropolitan Bypass. The Shopping Mall named 'Metropolis Mall' has a total area of 175,000 square feet (16,258 m2).

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