VGN launches Stafford near Ambattur

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This project, coming up on over 20 acres, will offer 1,176 residential units. The price is Rs 3,299 per sq ft

VGN launches Stafford near Ambattur
VGN Developers, a plotted development company, has recently launched a large residential apartment project in suburban Chennai. The mini-township luxury project, coming up on over 20 acres, will offer 1,176 residential units at Thirumullaivayol, near Ambattur, a western industrial suburb that houses several engineering units as well as IT parks.

The residential units at the project — VGN Stafford —will comprise two and three-BHKs with sizes ranging between 572 sq ft and 1,576 sq ft. The initial launch price of the units is Rs 3,299 per sq ft.

A total of 24 blocks will come up under the stilt-plus-four-floors concept. It will have a 42,000 sq ft clubhouse and a retail block to help residents to relax as well as meet their immediate shopping needs.

“With this project, we would like to elevate standards of living and ensure our customers get the best of the living facilities. This combined with the locational advantage of the project is sure to offer our customers the finest living experience,” says Pratish Devadoss, managing director, VGN Developers.

The project is coming at a location that is close to several leading schools, colleges and hospitals. Access to rail network too gives additional option for reaching out to other parts of the city.

The amenities and features of the project include gym, swimming pool, aerobics hall, party hall, multi-purpose hall, indoor games, STP plant, convenio store, pharmacy and ATM. The project is set to

be completed by the middle of 2015.

govardand@mydigitalfc.com

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