If all goes according to plan, a proposed commercial hub on 120 hectares in Kharghar will become the Mumbai metropolitan area's biggest such facility and a revenue grosser for Cidco by way of land sale. The net land use will be about double that of BKC (63 hectares mixed land use). The City and Industrial Development Corporation is the planning authority for Navi Mumbai, in which Kharghar lies.
The proposed facility , touted as BKC-II, will be helmed by a golf course and vast greens of Central Park and will be nestled close to Pandavkada Hills, a part of the Parsik range. It also promises a resort-like experience.
Cidco will float a global tender to invite architects with 15 years' minimum experience to draw up the master plan of the proposed Corporate Park, Kharghar.
BKC-II will be in close proximity to the upcoming second international airport. It has the approval of chief minister Devendra Fadnavis, who holds the urban development portfolio.