Srijan, PS unveil premium housing complex in Kolkata

Tags: Real Estate

Situated in the upcoming Mahisabathan area, Panache will redefine luxurious living. Apartments are priced between `55 lakh and `1 crore

Srijan, PS unveil premium housing complex in Kolkata
PS Group and Srijan Group, two of Kolkata’s large realty companies, have now come together to launch a premium housing complex at one of Kolkata’s most promising locations, untouched yet convenient, overlooking Sector V and off Rajarhat New Town. Christened as Panache, the luxurious residential complex at Mahisabathan, Salt Lake, is being built in nearly 320 cottah land. There will be six residential blocks of different sizes with floors ranging between B+G+17 and G+25, developers said. Panache will house two BHK, three BHK and four BHK apartments with unit sizes ranging between 1,032 sq ft and 2,300 sq ft. The good news : as much as 80 per cent area is left open.

“Besides the clean waterbody and pollution free atmosphere, we are also making proper arrangements for safety and security. There will be fire detection and alarm systems, automatic sprinkler system, portable fire extinguishers, provision for video door phone and advanced 24X7 centralised CCTV surveillance,” said Subrata Bhakat, sales manager, premium residential, Somani Realtors, which is marketing the property.

The project will also feature voice and data cabling system, with service provider of choice, inbuilt flexibility for DTH service providers, 100 per cent power backup for common areas and club, potable water treatment plant, rain water harvesting system, pressurised water supply for even distribution, sewage treatment plant with reusable water supply and separate waste disposal system.

Provision is also being made to provide spaces for indoor activities like pool and table tennis. The inhouse gym will have complete range of equipment. Panache will have 520 apartments and will be handed over to buyers in 2018. The apartments are priced between Rs 55 lakh and Rs 1 crore.

ritwikmukherjee@mydigitalfc.com

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