Shapoorji Pallonji offers luxury project in Bangalore

Tags: Real Estate
Shapoorji Pallonji Real Estate, a division of Shapoorji Pallonji, has recently entered Bangalore with the launch of a premium luxury residential project called ParkWest.

The project ParkWest’s 18 storey towers scale a height of 60 metreswill have spacious configurations of two and three bedroom apartments, garden duplexes and penthouses ranging from 1,245 sq ft to 2,921 sq ft. The price of the project starts from Rs 90 lakh onwards. In the first phase, around 5.0 million sq ft will be developed.

Kekoo Colah, CEO of Shapoorji Pallonji Real Estate said “Delivered with Shapoorji Pallonji’s uncompromising quality and attention to detail, this project will offer residents gracious and exclusive living, with the best of modern amenities, right in the heart of the city. With a stable and growing residential market, and improved infrastructure, is poised for sustained growth. Our project, spread across 47 acres with 80 per cent open landscaped greens, puts the garden back into the Garden City, bringing back the Bangalore of yore.” This project is located in Binnypet, the heart of Bangalore. Centrally located and well connected to the entire city, the project is a minute’s drive from the metro station, a 5-minute drive from the city railway station and a 10 minute drive from MG Road, Colah said.

Spread across 47 acres, this gated community has a large part of its expanse dedicated to green open spaces.

Shapoorji Pallonji has launched a scheme that has made high-end projects affordable to masses. The scheme helps the customers pay 20 per cent of the apartment cost at the beginning and the balance in three annual installments.

RSP Design Consultant is the architect of the project and the landscaping will be done by Site Concepts International, Singapore.

Special features of ParkWest includes world-class amenities such as a sky-lounge and a clubhouse with a swimming pool, aerobics studio, yoga room and multi-purpose hall. All of the apartments enjoy ample sunlight, fresh air and views from every corner, the company statement said. zz



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