HDIL launches mega township project at Palghar
The second phase offers 3000 units for sale comprising 1RK, 1, 2 & 3 BHK formats, ranging from 340 sq.ft - 930 sq.ft. and shops ranging from 5155 sq.ft - 7950 sqft.
Housing Development and Infrastructure Limited (HDIL), one of the largest real estate companies in the country has announced the launch of the second phase of its Mega Township project, Paradise City being developed at Palghar (W).
In less than two weeks, almost 100% of the project’s first phase was sold out. The second phase offers 3000 units for sale comprising 1RK, 1, 2 & 3 BHK formats, ranging from 340 sq.ft - 930 sq.ft. and shops ranging from 5155 sq.ft - 7950 sqft.
Paradise City is a mega affordable housing project that offers the convenience of modern living coupled with a green and clean environment. With close proximity to Palghar railway station, the project will offer over 20,000 elegantly designed homes at affordable prices; offering customers the best of modern amenities. As part of its holistic living experience the project will also have dedicated areas for retail establishments, at attractive price points. The well planned township is demarcated in 16 sectors; the second phase includes sectors 4, 5 & 6 and shops from 1, 2, and 3 which are open for bookings from 24th December 2010 at Kurla West and Palghar West.
Second phase project offering includes:
Total: 113 Buildings, 6407 Flats, 320 shops
Rain water Harvesting
Elegantly designed entrance
Concealed Copper Wiring
Granite Kitchen Platform with Stainless Steel Sink
Full glazed tiles in WC and bath area
Good Quality CP & sanitary fittings
Good Quality Electrical switches
Sanitary fittings of good quality
Exhaust fan provision in kitchen
Concealed plumbing with good quality fittings
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