IT IS THE BEST OF TWO WORLDS. IT IS A SERENE PLACE NEAR A HAPPENING CITY.
MARG Swarnabhoomi is strategically situated on the pristine East Costal Road stretch, a 60-minute drive from south Chennai. Surrounded by the sprawling backwaters of Cheyyur and Sea, this habitat offers a truly panoramic view.
It is located on the new growth corridor to the south of Chennai and is at a vantage position by being just a 50-minute drive from Siruseri–OMR IT corridor, 1.25-hour drive from Chennai’s Central Business District, 1.5-hour drive from Sriperambudur electronic hub, and 1.25-hour drive from Oragadam automotive hub.
The site is well connected. It is a 1.5-hour drive from Chennai International Airport, 2.5-hour drive from the Karaikal Port, and 30-minute drive to the nearest railway station, connected to NH 45 and SH 49, next to ECR (proposed 6 lanes).
Chennai, the southern metro city of India, contributes 39% to the state GDP, which is estimated to grow to $100 billion by 2020.
Chennai, also known as Detroit of the east, is a happening industrial destination with automotive and electronic industries as standouts. The city is the base of 30% of the automotive sector of the country and 40% of the auto components.
With reputed institutions such as IIT Madras, Anna University, SRM University, Sri Ramachandra Medical College, SSN College of Engineering, University of Madras, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, etc., Chennai is the most preferred education destination in India.
The average literacy rate in the city is 80.14%, much higher than the national average of 64.5%.
Tamil Nadu has the largest number of engineering colleges in the country, with over 1, 50,000 engineers graduating every year.