Mahindra World City Developers
Mahindra World City Developers is our answer to three forces that are shaping India’s future—globalization, climate change, and urban migration. By creating integrated business cities, we simultaneously facilitate sustainable global business and decongest our swelling urban centers.
Our integrated business city concept has its roots in a joint venture with Ford to set up an automotive industrial park in Chennai. When the government rolled out its idea for Special Economic Zones with pro-business laws in 2000, we recognized a great opportunity and were among the first to act on it. We expanded our scope to encompass an entire city built in a work-live-learn-play format, catering to a wide range of industries. Today, Mahindra World City, Chennai is the first integrated business city in the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model and corporate India's first operational SEZ.
Mahindra World City (MWC), Chennai is a 1,550 acre campus near Chennai, Tamil Nadu supported by SEZs in the automotive, IT/ITES, and apparel sectors and a Domestic Tariff Area (DTA) providing fiduciary benefits like duty exemption. MWC, Chennai has attracted 55 companies from across the world including BMW, B. Braun, Infosys, Tesa Tapes, Lincoln Electric, Parker Hannifin, Timken Engineering, Fujitec, and the TVS Group. MWC, Chennai also houses the Mahindra Research Valley initiative to integrate research and development in the automotive, farm equipment, and automotive and non-automotive components sectors. Together, these companies employ and house a total of 23,000 people.
We partner with the Indian Green Building Council to develop the Chennai World City. Certified by LEED India, a nationally and internationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings, we are proud to lead the development of green townships in India.
World class infrastructure and connectivity - just some of the reasons why clients choose World City (Jaipur).
Our Mahindra World City campus in Jaipur, an integrated business and living city, treats and recycles local waste water to reduce its need for fresh water by 60 percent.