Mahagun launches residential tower in Greater Noida

Tags: Real Estate
Mahagun Group has launched its new residential tower called Villaments at Mantra II, the company’s residential project in Sector 10, Greater Noida (west). The tower will offer three BHK and four BHK duplex apartments, with sizes ranging between 2,600 sq ft and 2,950 sq ft, respectively. Prices start at Rs 70.85 lakh.

The company is planning to complete the project by December 2017. Villaments is in proximity to both Ghaziabad and Delhi, while the Noida City Centre Metro station is just 8 km from the area. “Buyers will surely benefit from investing here, as the proposed metro link till Noida Extension is expected to be completed by 2017. We are targeting businessmen, IT professionals and public sector individuals,” said Dhiraj Jain, director, Mahagun Group.

The company claims that the project has GOLD certification from the Indian Green Building Council. The complex is equipped with a water treatment plant, an organic waste conservation system and a rainwater harvesting unit.

The complex also has a clubhouse with a gym. Outdoor recreational options include multipurpose courts, a Zen garden, an amphitheatre with skating rink, commercial plaza, sit-outs and kids’ play zones.

The tower will also offer amenities like split ACs in all rooms and an open modular kitchen.

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