Paramount launches Floraville in Noida

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The project promises complete privacy with no overlooking balconies

Paramount launches Floraville in Noida
Floraville by Paramount group in Sector 137, Noida attempts to bridge the gap between superior living standards and healthy living. Spread over 12.50 acres the project promises to fulfill the common man’s desire to live in chaos free environment with prudent lifestyle and contemporary amenities.

The widespread greenery is unhindered by any obstacle. The theme-based landscape is beautified with embroidered water bodies, sky-high towers with eminent architecture, world-class podium gardens and grasslands.

The apartments comprise 1,045 sq ft of spacious room size offering 2BHK and 3BHK options with exclusive utility storage and will give one the comfort and necessities of urban lifestyle available within the periphery. It promises complete privacy with no overlooking balconies. Prices start from Rs 5,400 per sq ft.

A dedicated commercial business lounge has also been provided, which can help you execute business from its relaxing confines.

Speaking on the project Ashwani Prakash, executive director, Paramount Group said, “Paramount Floraville has been crafted keeping in mind the desire to fulfill a common man’s dream of living in a chaos free environment with prudent lifestyle amenities. Floraville is an example of comfort, luxury and quality where the customers would get value for their money.”

Two level podium parking is being built below the landscape surface to give you the space you always desired for. 24/7 electronic surveillance is outfitted at all the entrances to safeguard the compound with high security. Fire alarm systems, up to six IPTV connectivity in one home, fibre opticals, effective water management systems, use of solar lighting in external developments, better roof insulations, boom barrier all are compacted together to make it an energy efficient project.

Paramount Floraville is in close proximity to places like, Ghaziabad, Indirapuram and Delhi. The project promises possession by 2013.

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