Navin offers mini condos in Chennai's tony neighbourhood

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Navin offers mini condos in Chennai's tony neighbourhood
Navin’s Housing & Properties, a Chennai-based real estate developer, has announced the launch of its new project Navin’s Septem. Located at Indira Nagar, one of the tony neighbourhoods in Adyar, this residential project will offer 56 units of two BHK condominiums that range in size between 929 sq ft and 942 sq ft. The project will set a new benchmark and standards for mini condos in the city, the company said in a statement.

The project offers a host of features and modern amenities for its prospective residents, including a pleasing landscape and a pathway with interlocking pavers. Other features include covered car park, CCTV with security cameras, rain water harvesting, play area for children , DTH service connectivity and a terrace garden.

Septem will also incorporate earthquake resistant RCC framed structure walls, matt finish tile flooring and pneumatic pressure pump system for even water supply, the statement added.

“We are happy to launch a project located right in the heart of Adyar. We are determined to offer our customers access to all amenities, without compromising quality,” says Kumar, founder and managing director, Navin’s Housing & Properties.

The company offered the project at Rs 15,800 per sq ft, as a pre-launch offer. Now, it is fixed at Rs 16,200 per sq ft. The company claims that the project will be completed in about two years. zz

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