Palm Hills in Gurgaon

One of India`s leading real estate developers, Emaar MGF Land, announced the launch of a new mid-income housing project `Palm Hills` in Gurgaon in NCR. It will be located on NH8 with the prime location in Sector 77, Gurgaon. The total investment will be Rs 500 crore as said by sources on an area spread over approx. 29 acres with a scenic view of the Aravalli Hills.

Palm Hills proposes to house1250 units approximately with an expectation to raise up to Rs 3,850 crore. With a starting price tag  of Rs 48 lakh the company has already sold 650 units in the first phase. These apartments will be giving a feeling of a villa with unique features that no development serves. These will include 3 and 4 bedroom apartments with 1450sq ft to 1950 sq ft per villa. These villas have efficient floor plans and offer us the choice to make amendments to maximize our living space.

Shravan Gupta, executive vice chairman and managing director of Emaar MGF said, “The launch of Palm Hills marks the obligation of Emaar MGF to continuously develop properties with modern design concepts  and gives the experience of living in a gated master planned community a new definition. “The exhilarating response on the very first day of the project launch is an indication to the predominating huge demand for quality housing in the mid-market segment” he added.

Palm Hills are located at only a 20 min drive from Delhi`s International Airport and surrounded with green landscaped areas with a tinch of Spanish styling architecture.

The rocketing success of Emaar MGF can be guessed by taking a look at their reserves.they have a land bank of 11,340 acres.including the Commonwealth Games Village it is currently working on 29 projects.

Snowy palms in Beacon Hill
Emaar MGF which is a joint venture between domestic firm MGF and Dubai-based Emaar Properties is planning to utilize Rs 1,972 crfor part re-payment of debt of over Rs 5,800 cr. It will also be investing Rs 276.8 cr in paying development and licence renewal charges.

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