Bhartiya City to make debut at property show
Dubai, December 11, 2012
Bhartiya City, an integrated city spanning 125 acres, near Hebbal in Bangalore, which is envisioned as one of the largest developments of its kind in India, will make its debut at the 11th edition of the Indian Property Show in Dubai this month.
With a planned investment of close to $2 billion, the total built up area of Bhartiya City is envisaged at 17 million sq ft.
Bhartiya City launched Nikoo Homes, the residential district of the project on November 1, and response has been overwhelming with all the homes available for sale in India in the first release having been already booked, a statement from Bhartiya Group said.
The Indian Property Show will be the first time bookings are being offered outside India.
Planned and designed by an international team of design-focused professionals, the vibrant and sustainable environment of the city offers an extraordinary urban living experience to people seeking a home where every little detail is planned.
Positioned as “City of Joy”, the eight districts of the city brings together homes in different formats, work spaces including a large IT SEZ and financial district, shopping district and a high street, hotels, a hospital, a school, with great attention to public area covering many parks and streets which are pedestrian and cyclist-friendly to give the distinctive experience of a unique township.
To ensure that buyers can see what they will get, Bhartiya has conceived and built the iconic ‘Discovery Centre’ at the site, which showcases life-size examples of fully furnished housing units and offers a touch-see-and-experience tour in to the future of the city, the statement said.
Snehdeep Aggarwal, founder-chairman, Bhartiya Group, said: “At Bhartiya City, master planned to the last square foot, we have incorporated all elements of design to create a township that brings the concept of live, work, play and dream.”
“The city with its distinctive features like cycle-friendly streets, world class amenities and public realm, makes it India’s first design-driven real estate destination.”
“We are delighted to be a part of a show that has acquired leadership status and is a platform for elite developers from India to NRIs abroad. We are confident that our unique selling proposition of a design-led city with world class infrastructure will resonate with the highly discriminating investors at the show.”
Sasi Madathil, CEO, Bhartiya Group, said: “Dubai is an important business hub and that is why we are commencing our international sales here. Integrated townships are a growing trend in India and we are sure the design excellence and international standards of quality will meet the needs of the discerning buyers here. Buyers will be able to find a home within a wide range in terms of sizes and price that will suit their requirements.”
The Indian Property Show will be held at World Trade Centre Dubai, from December 13 to 15. – TradeArabia News Service
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