Hilite Residency [20 x 3 +] Hilite Plaza [13F] NH-17 Bypass
Life style Towers [27F x 2] Karaparamba.
Land Mark Acropolis [23F x 5 + 18F X 2] NH-17 Bypass.


Hilite Metromax [20f x 4] NH-17 Bypass.
Update 2009


Galaxy Ritz Marina [26f] Beach Road Seiken Retreat [20f] Kotooly. Crescent vatiad [2of] Mananchira.


Galaxy builders, Ellizium court (20f) [topped out]


Update June 2009
Calicut's tallest apartment building and one of the tallest in whole of kerala Ellizuim court has already topped out into calicut sky, the view is incredible and the structure is truly massive and have shown justice to the design, dont know whether the record may stay for long time since, Life style towers 27 storied twin towers with a sky bridge is under construction at karaparamba, but presently the one and only 20 storied ellizium court is NO:1. It may become one among a dozen of 20+ ones which are under various stages of construction. Wish to be there on the top of the building, to view my amazing calicut skyline from the tallest ever built in calicut history.


Railway station link road, renovated.

At last, we have some of our roads getting resurfaced and beautified, for example above is our newly renovated busy railwaystation link road, kudos to ULCCS, for completing the work on time and maintaining the quality of work as they have done it before while constructing highways and bypasses in calicut. Works on arayidathupalam flyover & four laning of mini bypass is on full swing, atlast we calicutites have some hope to drive on some good roads in the near future.



Update May 2009
Dreams the mall, and the star category hotel is straregically located at mavoor road the main shopping street of kozhikode, which is an attractive destination for tourists. The mall and the hotel is estimated to have a total sealable area of approximately 0.1 million square feet and 0.1million sq ft respectively. There include all the modern facilities including a multiplex, food court and 60 car parking spaces at the basement level of mall.


COUPONS MALL Coupons mall opened in calicut.

Prateek Lifestyle, the retail arm of Bangalore-based apparel manufacturer Prateek Apparels, has charted out a major retail expansion of its value lifestyle format ‘Coupon’ and kidswear brand ‘Kanz’ across the country at an investment of Rs 350 crore.

Coupons mall opened last year in kozhikode, mavoor road was an instant hit.



KOZHIKODE: Westlife, a plush sprawling shopping mall that provides a wide range of international fashion wear, was declared open at Mavoor Road by Oscar winner Resul Pookutty and Miss World first runner-up Parvathy Omanakuttan on Wednesday, 24 April 2009.
Parvathy Omanakuttan inaugurated the first sale by presenting a bag filled with Westlife products to Westlife partner Soopy Haji .
Housed in a spacious 20,000 sq ft mall, Westlife will be stocked with fashion apparel, cosmetics, footwear, and bridal wear. It will also have an in-house beautician, said Feroz Mohammed, Managing Director.
Speaking at the inaugural function, Resul Pookutty and Parvathy Omanakuttan remarked that the launch of Westlife mall has made international fashion wear available to the people of North Kerala. Parvathy and Resul Pookutty, who are the brand ambassadors of Westlife, had together launched the Westlife logo at a function held in Kadavu Resorts on the previous day.


The society was founded aiming at social, cultural, financial and cultural upliftment of its members. The society had been successful in attaining this objective to a great extent. The present generation members, who are well educated and aims at better standards of living do not prefer to do manual works in construction sector. To accommodate these members, ample numbers of job opportunities in the related sector are to be generated. So at present, ULCCS plans to venture into setting up of Cyber Park at Kozhikode co venturing with the Government of Kerala. This upcoming project is aimed at creating more than 20,000 job opportunities for the third generation members who are educated and seek jobs in their related field of expertise. Through this project, the society also aims at bringing in development in the district in which it is situated.


Once the capital of the powerful Zamorins and a prominent trade and commerce centre,Kozhikode was the most important region of Malabar in the days gone by. Today ,lush green country sides,serene beaches, historic sites, wild life sanctuaries ,rivers,hills, a unique culture and a warm, friendly ambience make Kozhikode a popular destination.
Malabar’s potential is immense,Tourism,Agricultural and Marine exports and inward remittances which have kept Kerala Economy alive. Now the destination is the development of IT/ITES industries in the region.
Presence of large number of Engineering colleges and other technical institutions to provide easy manpower resource will be an attraction for the growth of IT/ITES industries in the region.
Cyber Park, a Government of Kerala organization planned in the lines of Technopark at Thiruvananthapuram and Infopark in Kochi to build, operate and manage ITparks for the promotion and development of investment in IT and ITES industries in Malabar region of Kerala has been registered under the Societies Act 1860 on 28-01-09. Cyber Park is in the process of setting up IT parks at Kozhikode, at the SEZs approved at Kannur and Kasargode and may set up other such parks planned in future.


Kadalundi bird sanctuary, 19 km from Kozhikode is home to more than a hundred varieties of native birds and over 60 species of migratory birds flock here in large numbers. The sanctuary is also known for a wide variety of Fish, Mussels and Crabs. Birds like Terns, Gulls, Herons, Sandpipers, Whimbrels, and other migratory birds flock the place from the month of November and return only by the end of April. The sanctuary, which is spread over a cluster of islands, covers an area of 3 kms in a scenic area surrounded by hillocks. A hillock, which is 200 m above sea level, provides a splendid view of the river mouth and the sea. The ideal season to visit is from December to April in the early hours of the day.The number of birds in the approximately 2 area is quite astonishing. The variety is also excellent with terns, gulls, egrets, herons, sandpipers, brahmini kites and cormorants among others. The best time to see this sanctuary in all its glory is from November to April. To see the turtles it is necessary to explore in the forest department’s boat, as one has to move out into the open sea. Due to its location along the coast, the climate is excellent through most of the year. Visits should be avoided during the months of May to July as the area receives torrential rainfall during that time. A day trip from Kozhikode is enough to explore the sanctuary.
The sanctuary seemed to be a favourite location for the wealthier families of the area as we saw an endless row of extremely impressive bungalows bordering it Kadalundi town itself seemed like a small quiet place very typical of towns in this part of the country. It had a couple of small eating joints serving local cuisine. It is advisable to take along a small packed meal while visiting the sanctuary because if you are interested in birds or photography, you’ll hate to waste time walking all the way to the town and back. One would rather even spend the time just watching the fascinating territorial battles of the hundreds of crabs dotting the wall beside the jetty.



Calicut International Airport, also known as Karipur Airport, is located at Karipur in the Malappuram district, near Kozhikode (Calicut), Kerala, India.
The airport is located 26 km (16 mi) from the Calicut Railway Station and 27 km (17 mi) from the town of Manjeri, with the closest railway station being at Feroke. It is the 12th busiest airport in India in terms of passenger traffic and 11th in cargo handling.
Calicut Airport is one of the three international airports located in Kerala. Calicut airport was given the status of international airport on February 2, 2006, thereby paving the way for the improvement of the infrastructure there for handling international flights.
The airport was sanctioned after a long period of struggle which began in 1977 under the leadership of freedom fighter K. P. Kesava Menon. Funds were collected from Gulf Malayalis for its development in the 1990s when the Union Government said it did not have funds. To raise the funds needed for airport development, the Malabar International Airport Development Society was formed. Later major developments of facilities, such as extension of runway from 6,000 ft (1,800 m) to 9,000 ft (2,700 m) to facilitate operation of wide-body aircraft were carried out with loans from the Housing and Urban Development Corporation (HUDCO). A user fee was also introduced to pay back the loans.
Since then, facilities at the airport have been greatly increased by the Airports Authority of India. There has also been a steady increase in the volume of passenger traffic from the airport.



Vasco da Gama landed here at Kappadu in 1498 on 27 May 1498, Vasco Da Gama landed in Kappad Beach (also known as Kappakkadavu) with three vessels and 170 men. Sixteen km north of Kozhikode by Kannur road, a small road from Tiruvangoor leads to this beach of historical importance. A monument is here to commemorate the historical landing. An ancient temple on a hillock, facing the deep sea, is an added attraction.



Mananchira Square is the sublimation of the concept of a planned modern city, it is in the heart of Kozhikode town, Kerala state, south India. The historic maithan, adjacent to Manachira has been converted into an arcadia with beautiful trees and plants, artificial hill, shrubs, sculpture, an open air theatre and above all, a musical fountain. No doubt, locals and tourists seekings leisure and relief from the mad rush outside, find shelter here.
Mananchira Square named after the pond Mananchira about a square-kilometre in area situated in the heart of the city. It is named after Manadevan the erstwhile ruler of Zamoothiri Kingdom, known as Mana-devan's Chira(Pond) and later transformed to Mana-an-Chira.



The beach at Kozhikode is not yet overdeveloped. It remains a popular retreat for local people. There are two sea piers, almost 125 years old extending well into the sea. There are some nearby parks like the Lions club, and children’s park. It is possible to watch fishermen with their small rowing boats entering the sea, fighting the waves and returning with their daily catch of fish.


Calicut, is a city in the southern Indian state of Kerala. It is the third largest city in Kerala and the headquarters of Kozhikode district. During the Middle Ages, Calicut was often dubbed as the City of Spices because of being the major trading point of eastern spices. Kozhikode was once the capital of an independent kingdom, and later of the erstwhile Malabar District.
Kozhikode has a population of 436,556 as per 2001 census, with an extended metropolitan population of about 0.9 million, making it the third largest urban agglomeration and the third largest city in Kerala. According to data compiled by economics research firm Indicus Analytics on residences, earnings and investments, Kozhikode ranked as the second best city in India to reside in. Indicus considered six parameters – health, education, environment, safety, public facilities and entertainment – for preparing their 'reside-in' index of liveability.