Alpha International City – Karnal is nestled in the picturesque city of Haryana. The proposed township brings to your life filled with nature’s warmth and the freedom to discover the beauty of Karnal. The city will be backed by world-class infrastructure that would go beyond the market standards, providing an ideal environment for homes with a joy for living amongst secure habitat amidst lush surroundings. The township will include healthcare facilities, schools, world class retail development, health club and an entertainment centre which will conform to the best urban lifestyle prevalent internationally.
The project is being promoted and developed by Alpha G: Corp Development Private Limited. Our objective is to enforce our corporate beliefs through benchmarking of this project where global players in the field of retail, medical, entertainment, food and beverage will appropriately complement the development.
The forthcoming township is in continuation to Karnal city's already developed sectors and is, yet nestled in hundreds of acres of dedicated green areas.
Over 300 acres of land forming part of HUDA Sectors 28 and 29 as per the master plan, is being developed in phases, out of which license has been received for the second phase for 85.56 acres , from The Director, Town and Country Planning, Haryana, under the Haryana Development & Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975 and the Rules 1976, vide license number 29 of 2011.
The Township will provide an infrastructure that is plug-and-play with stable power and abundant water.
Safety and security to the inhabitants along with provision of high quality education and healthcare facilities are top priorities in the development.
The healthy social infrastructure will provide a unique way of life to the inhabitants including facilities to encourage sports/children play areas and the Club.
- One of the few developments to receive completion certificate in the region
- Wide, tree lined roads ranging from 40ft. to 150 ft. in width
- Proposed District Centre of Karnal, on 55 acres, the largest in the region
- Water supply from own sources