Lodha offers signature residences in Mumbai

Tags: Real Estate

Located at New Cuffe Parade, the price of the apartments ranges from Rs 5-25 crore

Lodha offers signature  residences in Mumbai
Lodha Group, one of the country’s luxury developers, recently launched Mumbai’s first signature residences called Lodha Evoq at New Cuffe Parade.

The project will comprise apartment in sizes ranging from 2,600-8,700 sq ft and the price ranging from Rs 5-25 crore. Lodha Evoq would be located within New Cuffe Parade, a Rs 10,000-crore mega development located in MMRDA’s 250 acre masterplan near the IMAX Dome.

The company has also announced the appointment of yoo inspired by Starck, the yoo design brand under the creative direction of Philippe Starck, to design Lodha Evoq.

“Yoo inspired by Starck is designing the residences and common spaces of Lodha Evoq, a 63-storey luxury tower, located within Mumbai’s new city centre, New Cuffe Parade. It would comprise exclusive designer residences with private pools and gardens and select penthouses featuring personal elevators, all with interiors by yoo inspired by Starck. This is the first yoo inspired by Starck project in Mumbai,” said Abhisheck Lod­ha, managing director, Lodha Group.

R Karthik, chief marketing officer, Lodha Group, said, “Today’s discerning buyer is mindful of cutting-edge global trends, is widely travelled, exposed to the latest style vignettes and truly wants a superlative experience. The residences at New Cuffe Parade will embody this philosophy, appealing to the sophisticated design sensibilities of Mumbai’s globally-conscious design and fashion aficionados.”

Philippe Starck over four decades has spread his creativity and ideas across the design landscape, leaving his mark on the French Presidential Elysee palace, to hotels, restaurants motorbikes, luxury mega yachts and even toothbrushes, the company said in a statement.

Lodha Group is developing around 35 million sq ft of space, comprising over 40 projects in an around Mumbai, from Napean Sea Road to Dombivali. The group has projects in Hyderabad and Pune also. zz

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