HDIL to launch 'Planet HDIL' affordable housing project
Oct 27, 2015
Source : Gharabari.com


Mumbai: Housing Development and Infrastructure Ltd (HDIL), a leading Mumbai-based real estate developer  is all set to launch two mega projects in Virar (East) and Ghatkopar (East). The company will launch the first phase of its affordable housing project 'Planet HDIL' – mega smart city in Virar (East), this Diwali and another two luxurious projects in Ghatkopar (East), by end of 2015.


“We are glad to announce our ambitious housing project, Planet HDIL, spread over 550 acre of area. We are proud that HDIL is embarking upon one of the largest affordable housing projects in the country,” Sarang Wadhawan, Vice Chairman & Managing Director, HDIL said at a press meet.


Aimed at providing the luxurious experience with an uncompromised leisure, the Ghatkopar project offers spacious apartments fitted with world-class amenities and comfort to our buyers”, added Wadhawan.

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