Dubai-based Sternon Group has rebranded its mega-project at Navi Mumbai, India as ‘Magic Kingdom City’ to reflect its transformation into an integrated luxury complex spread across 1000 acres.
The mammoth project, located in Panvel on the
A new upscale villa complex 'Lokhandwala Valley' which was launched in June in Panvel, Navi Mumbai, has generated high interest among non-residents Indians (NRIs) in the Gulf and other parts of the world, according to Dubai-based Sternon Real Esta
Dubai-based Sternon Real Estate said the construction of the ‘Magic Hills’ township in Navi Mumbai, India, being developed by Garnet Construction was progressing at a rapid pace.
Sternon Group, which specialises in developing and
Dubai-based Sternon Real Estate and Mumbai-based Garnet Construction have said that the first phase of their upscale NRI township in Navi Mumbai will be completed in December 2009.
The company said construction on the project, called the
Dubai-based Sternon Group has unveiled plans to develop real estate projects in Dubai with an investment of Dh300 million ($81.68m).
Sternon Developers, the newly set up division of the group, will execute a number of mixed use projects ac