While crossing through the MG Road of Bengaluru, I accidentally came across a project by Bhadra Landmark called Bhadra Legacy. MG Road, as we all know, is the Pin Code Number 1 of the city. It is the heart of the city and the first choice of the business travellers, celebrities of the city, NRIs & HNIs and the skylines of the place is dotted with the top-end hotels. The strategic importance of the place can’t be debated.
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With thorough market research the project was actually conceptualised as ‘affordable luxury’. The majority of the buyers today expect not just roof over the head but certain lifestyle and livability quotient. This is where Hawelia Valenova Park could position itself with quality construction in a market where poor construction quality has been nemesis of many a leading brands, forget lesser known developers.
Track2Realty rates this project as Grade A+. The project promises to be a trendsetter in Hyderabad that is expected to be the next growth driver of office space consumption in India. There are some more ambitious commercial projects coming up in the vicinity, but the developer Salarpuria Sattva will always have an edge with its first mover advantage in creating a futuristic project.
The role played by the DGTCP (Director General Town & Country Planning) has also been in question because of its alleged inaction in addressing the concerns of the homebuyers regarding the blatant violations of the provisions of the Haryana Development & Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975 and Rules of 1976 made thereunder while failing to stop the illegal sale of units being made by IREO in its name without having been granted any permission/approval for the same by the DTCP under the extant provisions of applicable laws.
In a fresh controversy, the homebuyers of Supertech Ecociti at Sector 137, Noida Expressway are taking to streets after being robbed by the builder of what is as basic service as the potable water. The developer has collected the money from the homebuyers of the housing society for the supply of Ganga water and not deposited the same to the Noida Authority.
A waterfront apartment is a dream that everyone would like to fancy about. Across the globe the homebuyers have fancied their aspirations of a riverfront apartment.
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.
As I enter inside the under-construction project with less than 6000 apartments spread over 60 acres to be built in four phases, the first visual impression is that the project is a premium or luxury housing. The sports theme-based landscaping, elevated walkways and greenery beneath does not give the impression that the ticket size in this project starts with INR 55 lakh only.
What is then so great about an affordable housing project spread over a relatively smaller plot size of 6.5 acres? It is one of the many projects spread across the Greater Noida West (Noida Extension). There are only 870 odd apartments with mid-income professionals as its social profile. As a matter of fact, the road along the Hawelia Valencia Homes is dotted with affordable housing projects, much larger in size, scale and also brand value of the developer.
Forest View as a marketing terminology has been so much over-used and abused that the mere mention of the name turns off most of the discerning homebuyers. Most of the loud claims of Forest View turn out to be the disappointing experience with even patches of bushes over some drains being referred as the Green View or its extreme far end of being referred as the Forest View.