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Prestige Technology Park (Prestige Estates Projects (P) Limited)
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Prestige Technology Park

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Prestige Technology Park is a commercial office space and technology park development on the Sarjapur – Marathalli Outer Ring Road, at Bangalore. It has a total saleable area of 104,775 square meters spread across five blocks. The total developable area is 190,251 square meters. It was developed in two phases. The first comprised two blocks built to suit the specifications of JP Morgan Chase. The second phase comprised three office blocks, interconnected through sky bridges at various levels. The buildings have been completely sold or leased to brands like Nokia India Private Limited, Pharmarc Aalytic Solutions Private Limited, Altair Engineering India Private Limited, Magma Design Automation India Private Limited, Madura Coats Private Limited and Yodlee Infotech Private Limited.

The buildings are designed to optimize efficient use, with a services core located on one side of each floor. Customers benefit from facilities such as centralized air- conditioning, 100% power back–up, 24-hour manned security services supported by electronic surveillance and alarm systems, state-of-the-art fire detection, fire protection and fire fighting systems, and approximately 1,900 car parks, including a multi-level car park. A dedicated property management team provides 24 hour support. There are also several amenities, like a club house with a food court, health club, and swimming pool.

There is a four lane driveway around the project and a two lane service road leading to the Sarjpur – Marathalli Outer Ring Road. There are adequate setbacks to aid in emergency evacuation. Safe assembly points are clearly marked. Prestige Technology Park has several eco-friendly features. The building façades are composed of a structurally glazed system using a combination of glass and aluminum composite panel. This maximizes the reception of daylight inside and helps save on power. Rainwater is harvested for use in landscape maintenance and a sewage treatment plant has been established.