Credai Nashik Realty Exhibition begins from today
232 builders and developers are participating in the expo.
Dec 20, 2012
Source : The Times of India


NASHIK: A four-day real estate expo called 'Shelter: 2012', organised by the Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Association of India (CREDAI), Nashik, will begin from Thursday.

The expo, which will begin at Dongre Hostel grounds, and will be inaugurated by the city mayor Yatin Wagh. Municipal commissioner Sanjay Khandare and chairman of standing committee of Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) Uddhav Nimse will also be present .

Around 232 builders and developers, who have participated in the expo, will showcase around 400 residential properties, with around 7,000 flats, row houses and bungalows.

President of CREDAI Nashik Kiran Chavan said, "We have geared up for our biennial event- 'Shelter: 2012'- the realty expo. A total of 262 stalls have been put up of which 232 stalls are from builders and developers, while remaining 30 stalls will belong to building material suppliers."

He good climate and agriculture were the USP of the city. "This year, we have decided the theme of the exhibition as 'Green City Nashik'. The expo will showcase around 400 building projects, with around 7,000 residential properties, including flats, row houses, bungalows and duplex. The residential properties with different sizes ranging from 500 sq ft to 3,000 sq ft will be showcased. The cost of residential properties begin from Rs 15 lakh to Rs 1 crore," he said.

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