Shriram offers homes for senior citizens in Chennai
Dec 05 2012 , Chennai
Coming up inside Shriram Shankari township near Guduvanchery, off GST Road, the project is offering one- and two-BHK units between Rs 47 lakh and Rs 69 lakh
To come up within the ongoing Shriram Shankari project near Guduvanchery, off GST Road, in the southern periphery of Chennai, Sanjeevani offers one and two-BHK residential units for senior citizens. The project will comprise 134 residential apartments spread across four blocks with all common amenities nestled in one block. The company has joined hands with Age Ventures India (AVI) for the project.
The project has been designed for senior citizens with different types of impairments occurring due to aging. It provides an environment for barrier-free movement of senior citizens through features like anti-skid flooring, grab bars, resting spaces and wider corridors. Along with the amenities, Sanjeevani also gives personal and geriatric services for its residents, such as on-site doctor during the day and 24x7 nurses and caretakers.
The residents of Sanjeevani will be given an opportunity to be part of the greater community through programmes like yoga, art and craft, cooking demo sessions, hobby clubs, indoor games and library among others. Since the apartments will include amenities that need to be set up for senior citizens, even the one-BHK units are large enough at 1,200 sq ft and starts at a price point of Rs 47 lakh, while the two-BHK units are much more spacious with sizes ranging from 1,630 to 1,865 sq ft and priced between Rs 61 lakh and Rs 69 lakh.
“With an aim to serve senior citizens, within our larger property development plans, we wanted to create specially designed living spaces for them, with the very best in senior citizen-friendly amenities. The project has been developed keeping in mind the changing practical needs of the senior citizens and would provide an ecosystem conducive for a safe, secure, convenient and hassle-free life amongst like-minded people who cherish their personal freedom,” says M Murali, managing director, Shriram Properties.