Pinnacle Of Today
The 42, also known as the tallest building in Eastern India stands with pride in the heart of our city for its awe-inspiring height. The 42 seeks to imbue its 4 - 5 BHK luxury apartments (4885 sq ft to 8425 sq.ft.) with astounding state-of-the-art amenities and a breath-taking view, encompassing 63 habitable units, and a single tower of G+61 levels. High-end interior design dominated by advanced technology and ingenious facilities awaits your presence as you witness the elegance at its best only at The 42.
The 42 is registered under HIRA with registration no. HIRA/P/KOL/2018/000021
For more details, you need to visit hira.wb.gov.in
WHERE CALCUTTA MEETS KOLKATA
Located at 42 B Chowringhee Road, The 42 became the junction where our past heritage meets the present culture of Kolkata. The architectural beauty flawlessly mixes at Chowringhee, that gives the locality of historic references a touch of our city’s contemporary style which effectively blends with our cityscape to reclaim the past. Witness the majestic panoramic view of our city to bring back the nostalgia of our old Kolkata with -
When Queen Victoria passed away in 1901, the British Government first wanted smaller memorial halls or monuments in the state capitals of India, but Lord Curzon, the then Viceroy of India, had other ideas. The building of Renaissance architecture with traces of Saracenic influence was built in memory of Queen Victoria and this architectural marvel took fifteen years to complete.
The Eden Gardens
The Eden Gardens came into being when the Governor-General, Lord Auckland, desired to create a circus and a garden. The site was initially named “Auckland Circus Gardens''. The stadium is the largest cricket stadium in India and the second largest in the world by its seating capacity. It was one of the first cricket stadiums in India where flood lights were installed and Day & Night matches were played. As the saying goes in the world of cricket, that a cricketer`s cricketing education is incomplete till he has played in front of a packed “Eden Gardens”.
An iconic landmark of Kolkata, the Howrah Bridge is one of the longest cantilever bridges in the world. An engineering marvel, the steel bridge with its riveted structure carries a daily traffic of over 1,00,000 vehicles and a countless number of pedestrians. Another iconic bridge built over the River Hooghly is that of the Vidyasagar Setu. It is considered to be the longest cable-stayed bridge in India and one of the longest in Asia. The bridge has 121 cables and can handle traffic of 85000 vehicles daily.
Royal Calcutta Turf Club
Since its inception, the Royal Calcutta Turf Club has maintained the racecourse. The vast green expanse within the heart of the city is an unmistakable sight. It is a major source of entertainment and fun in the city. The illustrious Racecourse reminds people of the British Era. It has been a symbol of British Rule for over two centuries.
42 B, Jawaharlal Nehru Rd, Kankaria Estates, Park Street area, Kolkata, West Bengal 700071.