Landbase India Limited, a subsidiary of ITC, owns the prestigious Classic Golf Resort in the outskirts of Delhi. Classic Golf Resort is the first South Asian signature championship course designed by Jack Nicklaus. Spread over 300 acres at the foothills of the picturesque Aravalli, it comprises an 18-hole signature championship course, a nine-hole signature canyon course, a social club and a sports complex which offers non-golfing sports and recreational activities.
Landbase India is also the promoter of the reputed high-lifestyle condominium project, the Laburnum in Gurgaon. It was a pioneering project in setting new benchmarks in luxury living. Its offerings include exclusive row houses with twin lawns, sprawling apartments with stepped terraces, expansive duplex penthouses and fully air-conditioned luxury apartments. Designed by the US-based, world renowned Aga Khan award winning architect, Ramesh Khosla, Laburnum was among the first to introduce condominiums in India. Setting new standards in community living, Laburnum incorporates every facility that a sophisticated urbanite looks for : club house, library, swimming pool, gymnasium, health centre, tennis and squash courts and opti-golf, not to mention full generator back-up for power, state-of-the-art electronic security system, satellite television and laundromats.
Landbase's future plans include creation of a resort hotel at the Classic Golf Resort and the addition of villas along the golf course, the first of its kind in India. With the addition of these facilities, the Classic Golf Resort will certainly become a sought after golf destination in the Asia Pacific region.