HSR offers new residential project in Hyderabad

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HSR offers new residential project in Hyderabad
Hyderabad-based HSR Developers is readying HSR Amrut Akash, its gated community project at Lingojuguda village at Saroornagar, near LB Nagar, on the eastern side of Hyderabad. The project will have 140 units offering two and three-BHK apartments. The project would have 13 floors with two-level parking.

HSR is likely to start the deliveries of units around March 2013. D Srinivas Reddy, managing director, HSR Developers, said, “The project would be a new landmark in this part of the city. We would be the first high-rise project here to go 13 floors.” There would be an option for some flats to be converted into duplex apartments for enhancing space and ambiance.

The units will range in sizes between 1,100 sq ft and 1,600 sq ft. Around 200,000 sq ft of residential and related space will be developed as a part of the project. HSR is quoting a rate of Rs 2,600 per sq ft for units till fourth floor, Rs 2,700 per sq ft till nineth floor and Rs 2,800 per sq ft above that. It is further quoting Rs 3-3.5 lakh for amenities.

The project is coming up near Nadurgul Software Park and the metro rail connection – LB Nagar railway station.

With eastern part of the city, mainly Uppal and surrounding areas attracting more IT offices, banks, SEZ and other infrastructure development, the project location holds promise. The airport would be about 15 minute drive from the place.

The project would have power backup, anti-skid tiles in bath­­rooms and marble or vitrified tiles in the flats. For enter­tainment and leisure, it would have a multi purpose hall, swimming pool at the top floor, health club, gymn­asium, indoor game arena, library, play zones, jogging tracks and an amphi­theatre.

Other features include piped gas, high speed glass lifts, car wash area, centralised laundry, water softening plant, dedicated lifts for carrying goods, CCTV monitoring with security and intercom services.

krishnamohan@mydigitalfc.com

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