Sunday, May 31, 2015

Kali Chaudhuri announces 9 KPC PARKWAY


Front of Kali Chaudhuri KPC Parkway Building

The KPC Group is pleased to announce that the street ushering employees and clients to the KPC Summit campus has officially changed to KPC Parkway. The KPC Group has played a central role in bringing important development projects like the KPC Summit to the city of Corona over the past several years. The KPC Group’s ongoing collaboration with the City has been instrumental in keeping jobs and important companies like Monster in Corona. It’s only fitting that the city of Corona would award Dr. Kali Pradip Chaudhuri (CEO and Founder of The KPC Group) with a street bearing his company’s name.

Kali-Chaudhuri-KPC Summit-KPC Parkway
Front Entrance 9 KPC Parkway
KPC Parkway leads to the KPC Summit and Monster Beverage Corporation (Monster) headquarters. In 2012, Monster Beverage Corporation, formerly known as Hansen’s Beverage Corporation, purchased a 73,000sq ft. office building ast KPC Summit. We are excited that the Monster name will be visible on one of the state-­‐of-­‐the-­‐art buildings that make up the KPC Summit,” said John Petty, Vice President and Corporate Officer at the KPC Group, in charge of management and leasing. Monster’s presence will attract other influential companies in the Inland Empire to lease at the KPC Summit.


Completed in 2009, the KPC Summit is the finest Class “A” office campus in Corona, California, a city with a population of approximately 150,000, lying 45 miles east of Los Angeles, in one of the fastest growing major counties in the United States.

The KPC Summit is a unique three building office campus that has great space and the most spectacular views in Corona. The complex, totaling 280,000 SF, consists of two 3-­‐story buildings of 76,000 SF and one 130,000 SF 6-­‐story building.
Backside of KPC Parkway Building

KPC Summit has immediate visibility to the 91 Freeway, the major transportation artery of Riverside County, with an average daily trip count along the property’s freeway frontage of 438,000 vehicles. The Interstate 15 interchange is approximately two miles to the west of the KPC Summit property, and the McKinley off ramp from the 91 is approximately ¼ mile to the west. There are significant regional retail centers in the project’s vicinity encompassing national anchors such as Wal-Mart, Costco, and Home Depot. The McKinley and Interstate 91 “neighborhood is generally acknowledged as one of the most active and sought after commercial areas in Riverside County.


KPC Parkway Street
Founded by Dr. Kali Pradip Chaudhuri in 1994, The KPC Group has business portfolios in Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals, Information Technology, Education, Real Estate, Architectural and Engineering, Energy, Waste Management, Infrastructure Development, Agriculture, and Travel. The KPC Group owns majority shares of several hospitals in Orange County and Riverside, CA. The KPC Group and its affiliates established one of the largest independent physicians associations in Southwestern Riverside County. For more information about The KPC Group or Inland

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