KUL to launch a high end luxury project in Worli
Aug 28, 2013
Source : The Times of India


MUMBAI: In a first in India’s real estate industry, Mumbai-Pune developer, Kumar Urban Development Ltd (KUL) has announced the launch of their high-end, luxury residential project based on anthropological engineering.

Located at Worli in Central Mumbai, this 400 ft high-rise tower called KUL Couture is designed to have just 40 exclusive units, with 2 flats per floor and a breathtaking view of the Arabian Sea.

Anthropological Engineering involves the study of human behaviour as a science. KUL conducted a research to gauge home buyers’ tastes and preferences and customised homes at KUL Couture based on customer feedback. Anthropologically engineered homes at KUL Couture offer special features such as earth energy advantage, sun path application, character building amenities like gardens, yoga auditorium, gymnasium, etc.

Lalit Kumar Jain, Chairman and Managing Director, KUL said “As India joins the rapid globaliation process, tastes of home buyers are changing with equal speed. Today, a true global Indian, an achiever in his own space, would like to have a BMW of Mercedes class homes. He doesn’t mind spending for that comfort and exclusivity. It is with this in that we undertook the pre-launch research and found that the tastes are changing. We sincerely hope to match the buyer’s needs as well as tastes and aspirational levels with KUL Couture since our teams have come with global design, elevation and amenities.”

The project is well connected to Bandra Worli Sea Link and is with close proximity to Bandra Kurla Complex on the one side and Nariman Point on the other. It is also well connected to the airport and railways station with just a hop away from the famous high-end shopping malls, the race course, apart from the Siddhivinayak temple.

Pranay Jain, Director, KUL said, “KUL Couture truly expresses Individuality’. We are confident this project will supersede the home buyer’s expectations. Each room of every apartment has an unobstructed panoramic view of the sea. These luxury units are for those who seek a perfect home with a marvellous lifestyle and great comfort.”

KUL Couture offers the high standard of luxury living in 3BHK flats,4BHK flats and ample parking space for residents and visitors, round the clock security and separate entries for residents and services.

KUL Couture is designed by the world renowned architect Hafeez Contractor with world class amenities like a beautifully landscaped club house and with swimming pool for adults and kids, gymnasium, Jacuzzi, salon and spa, an exclusive business lounge with conference room and a mini theatre with projector, video conferencing and internet. It also consists of a sky cafe, jogging track and a leisure lounge with indoor games and card rooms and multipurpose halls etc.

About Kumar Urban development Ltd (KUL)

Kumar Urban Development Limited (KUL), a real estate development and construction company with an overall experience of 47 years, focuses on residential and commercial development in Pune. It also operates in Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Panchgani and Nagpur.

KUL is professionally managed under the guidance of its Chairman and Managing Director Lalit kumar Jain and his team of qualified and dedicated professionals and managers who have vast experience and expertise in the area of architecture and design, project planning and implementation, legal, matters, procurement and marketing. With three decades of rich experience, Lalitkumar Jain, nicknamed as the “Green man of Pune” for his eco-friendly nature, has carved a niche for himself in Pune construction with more than 100 projects and 17,000 tenements, setting a new benchmark in trustworthiness. KUL has completed over 10 million constructions.

KUL has so far developed 70 million sq ft with 9 million sq ft of city centre projects, with focus on Pune, Mumbai and Bangalore. The company’s projects span across affordable, mid-segment and luxury homes to commercial and retail complexes, apart from IT complexes and SEZ. KUL has a number of prominent residential and commercial properties along with 8 townships with a timely track record of delivering over 10 million completed projects till now. KUL believes in sustainable and quality real estate, redefining – City Skylines and Lifestyle standards, to help build a healthy society by integrating technology to achieve speed and innovation. The company has been consistent in innovating new designs and techniques to provide a healthier environment, thus creating sustainable legacy of real estate for the cities

The company, under Jain’s leadership, has been honoured with the National Shrusti Award for contribution to environment as it was the first developer company to adhere to PMC’s environment norms. Over the years, KUL has won various esteemed awards and accolades, namely Rajiv Gandhi Realty Excellence Awards and Shrishti Good Green Governance Award, National Business Leadership Award from Indian International Council for Industries and Trade.

KUL is rated among India’s top 10 developers and has the distinction of being crowned the developer of the year in Pune.

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