Super luxury project from Puravankara
The 20 palatial residences will boast a golf stimulator, cigar and poker room and squash courts, making it a recreational haven
Aug 12, 2013
Source : The Hindu


BANGALORE: Purva Coronation Square, an extravagant and exclusive property designed with superlative interiors and bespoke embellishments, private pools, private gardens, private elevators and private entertainment zones is soon to come up in Bangalore’s JP Nagar.

The 20 palatial residences in this Puravankara project, ranging from 6,000 to 7,000 sq. ft and priced between Rs 5 and Rs 7.5 crore, will also boast a golf stimulator, cigar and poker room and squash courts, making it a recreational haven.

Group CEO Jackbastian Nazareth said: “We are proud to launch this ultra-premium property at the prime JP Nagar location. With construction under way, Puravankara intends to deliver this majestic property in 2 years.”

Puravankara Projects Ltd has projects in Bangalore, Kochi, Chennai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Mysore and in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Sri Lanka. The company has completed 41 residential and 2 commercial projects encompassing 16.52 million sq ft. Currently, it has 28.04 million square ft of projects under development with an additional 81.57 million square ft in projected development over the next 7-10 years.

Puravankara is a pioneer in FDI in the Indian real estate industry through a joint venture with Singapore-based Keppel Land Limited, the property arm of the conglomerate Keppel Corporation Limited. Two projects under the joint-venture initiative are under way in Bangalore and Kolkata. Puravankara Projects Ltd is listed on the National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) and the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).

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