If Mumbai is known as India’s financial capital, then to Lucknow goes the honor of being the country’s cultural capital. Famous for its culture, heritage and hospitality, the city retains its old-world charm with its heritage bungalows and havelis, and the more urbane side is reflected in the veritable explosion in real estate development and construction. Over the past few years, Lucknow has steadily earned the reputation of being a new hotspot for investment in North India, considering the infrastructure facilities and incentives for development on offer. The authorities in Lucknow plan on making it one of the most modern and affordable destinations for technology companies – called cyber complexes or cyber hubs – with over 600,000 square feet of space earmarked for exclusive development.