Vista Spaces offers luxury apartments in Bangalore

Tags: Real Estate

The project will offer a mix of apartments comprising two and three BHKs and will vary in sizes between 1,350 sq ft and 1,875 sq ft. The launch price is kept at Rs 6,500 per sq ft

Vista Spaces offers luxury apartments in Bangalore
Vista Spaces, a Bangalore-based property development company set up by a young team of entrepreneurs, has launched a contemporary luxury residential apartments project in Frazer Town, Bangalore. The project Auburn will offer a built-up area of 40,000 sq ft.

The project will offer a mix of apartments comprising two and three BHKs and will vary in sizes between 1,350 sq ft and 1,875 sq ft. The company has announced a launch price of Rs 6,500 per sq ft.

The apartments will have premium specifications with floor to ceiling windows, marble flooring, wooden flooring for bedrooms and sprawling balconies. Landscaped gardens, infinity roof-top swimming pool and fully equipped gym are some of the other features of the project.

“The project was conceived with the idea of addressing the needs of consumers who wanted affordable condominium style living within the CBD limits of the city,” says Alok Agarwal, director, Vista Spaces. The project is expected to be completed and handed over by mid-2014.

Auburn is located on St Johns Church Road, Frazer Town, which was once the colonial heart of Bangalore city and is very well located in central Bangalore. The project has an easy access to shopping centres, schools, hospitals and is less than two km from MG Road. The site is just walking distance from the Bangalore cantonment railway station, which will house a metro station shortly.

Vista Spaces has on going residential and commercial projects in Indiranagar and Bellary Road in Bangalore and Vadapalani in Che­nnai. A fast growing real estate company with operations in Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad is actively looking for joint development and buy-out of land parcels in these cities.

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