The First International Finance Centre (“FIFC”) is an iconic, Grade-A city centre office building located in the Bandra Kurla Complex (“BKC”), Mumbai’s Alternate Business District (“ABD”) and one of the most prominent office districts in the country.
FIFC is a 0.7 msf building of which the Embassy REIT owns 0.4 msf and the balance is owned by a leading multinational bank.
BKC has emerged as Mumbai’s financial hub and one of the most popular corporate destinations in India today, due to its proximity to the city’s domestic and international airport and two different suburban rail networks. It houses the front offices of various banks and corporate headquarters and commands the highest rents in the city due to its well-planned infrastructure, connectivity to residential hubs and availability of modern high quality office space. Within BKC, FIFC is a sought after front office development given its superior design, high quality, institutional management, marquee occupants, efficient floor plate and availability of contiguous stacks and F&B options.
Designed by the New York-based Kohn Pedersen Fox, the building is an energy-efficient, IGBC LEED Gold-certified complex.