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World Trade Tower

Sector-16, Noida 12941 Sq. Ft. ₹ On Request

World Trade Tower

World trade tower sector 16 noida is a landmark in the history of North India commercial, World Trade Tower is very strategically located in the heart of noida On DND-Flyway, the functional metro station of Noida Sector 16 will be approximately 200 meters from the World Trade Tower. The design of this master piece was created by the world's most renowned architect, NEB. WTT Noida is a LEED Gold-rated project under the IGBC. This modern commercial landmark has retail on its ground floor, 1st floor, and 2nd floor. Above the 2nd floor are office spaces with all modern amenities, like a front glass view, central air conditioning, 100% power backup, and G-2 level reserved car parking. There are two towers with G+34 and G+25 story heights. The office spaces starts from approx 1273 sq ft area to 9000 sq ft area.

About Builder

World Trade Tower Noida is being developed by ET Infra Developers Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of Electrotherm (India) Ltd.

Electrotherm (India) Ltd., based in Ahmadabad, has been engineering metal melting equipment since 1983. Electrotherm has grown into one of the market leaders in the metal melting industries in India and globally. Electrotherm today is a multi-divisional, ISO 9001:2000-certified global company holding a 2,500,000 KW market share in the metal melting industry globally.

The company services global markets around the world with a specific focus on the Middle East, Turkey, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Africa while catering to 31 countries around the world. Electrotherm commands more than 50% of the market share in induction melting equipment used by the engineering and automotive industries in India. Electrotherm has also forayed into electric scooters and is working to introduce electric three-wheelers and hybrid buses. With a turnover of Rs. 16,822 crore for FYI 2008-09, Electrotherm (I) Ltd. has been ranked among the top 250 companies in India by reputed business magazine Business Standard in the latest issue of BS1000, February 2010.