Siddha Galaxia’s terrace skywalk is slated to have the world’s longest jogging track on completion.
Siddha Group, an Eastern India leading real estate developer, has announced the launch of a first-of-its-kind terrace skywalk, called ‘Starwalk’, as a part of its affordable luxury apartments ‘Siddha Galaxia’ in Rajarhat.
Siddha Galaxia Phase-II, featuring Starwalk, will be completed within the committed timeframe. Phase-I, which is already ready, has six towers, while its Phase-II will have eight. One of the largest affordable luxury complexes in Rajarhat, and with open greens, Siddha Galaxia will eventually have over 2,500 families and more than 10,000 residents.
For Sanjay Jain, Managing Director, Siddha Group, the company aims to redefine modern living in Eastern India with Siddha Galaxia. He says, “The major draw there is Starwalk, a terrace skywalk at the 14th floor level, connecting eight towers with a 1.1-km-long terrace jogger’s track and open landscaped greens, waterbodies with fountains, sit-outs and a deck for telescope viewing. It will be the city’s longest terrace skywalk, offering a whole range of outdoor experiences, 140 ft above the ground level, which makes this the world’s longest jogging track at the highest level.”
Also, to meet the demand of open spaces within close reach, features like skywalks have become a necessity now. “It’s a quick-fit solution for the residents who want to experience open greens, leisure and collective activities within the complex. For them, the project’s high-in-the sky activities will be a fascinating experience. I am quite sure that Siddha Galaxia would be unique and trendsetting – a luxury statement for an average middle-class,” adds Jain.The project will also feature a star-studded club, ‘Stella’, for its residents. The club spreads across over 40,000 sq ft with modern facilities and amenities. Located on the Rajarhat Main Road near City Centre-II, Siddha Galaxia will ensure the experience of an ultra comfortable lifestyle at convenient prices starting from Rs 40 lakh.