With its footprint in GIFT City, India’s 1stOperational Smart City and International Financial Services Centre (IFSC), SOBHA increases increase its residential footprint to 10 cities in India.
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Peninsula Land Limited has forayed into the affordable housing segment with the launch of its new project `addressOne` located at Gahunje, Pune. Spread across 50 acres, addressOne is strategically located on the Mumbai-Pune expressway on the Pune side, next to the MCA cricket stadium.
1300 prospective home buyers who actively participated by Expressing Interests to Buy were offered reservation to a dream home of their choice, at a “Uniform Unit Price”, based on first-cum-first-serve queuing methodology.
Track2Realty has been the first to put on record the fact that the brand trust of Tata Housing is falling in the wake of mounting consumer grievances.
ZiffyHomes, a Gurgaon-based home rental marketplace has raised seed funding of INR 2 crore from Individual investors. The round was led by Bikky Khosla, Angel Investor and CEO at TradeIndia.com and Anirudh Agarwal, Managing Director at Shree Sharda Group. The duo will also join ZiffyHomes as Board Members to mentor the team for fast growth.
With an investment of INR 600 crores, Provident Park Square at Judicial Layout, Kanakapura Road, Bangalore, is a mixed development project which caters to the needs of the new age home buyer.
Sector-74 is largely a residential sector and part of a well-established residential micro-market, which is well connected to the Noida Expressway as well as Noida City Centre. The project is also located close to an under construction metro line that connects to Noida City Centre on one side and Noida Expressway towards the other.
The Gurugram Police has registered FIR under section 420, 406, 120B of IPC and other sections against Ajay Bijli, his brother Sanjeev Kumar Bijli, daughter Niharika Bijli along with PVR Limited and Eight persons including Renuka Ramnath, Amit Burman, Vikram Bakshi and others.
Beating the slowdown blues, Bangalore-based developers DLF and Brigade continued their growth momentum with increase in revenue an profit. DLF, on the contrary, continued to lose the market share and revenue as slow sales hit the developer leading to quarter-on-quarter slide.