Tritvam Ready for Occupation in September

Published: 20th July 2015 01:07 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th July 2015 01:07 PM   |  A+A-

KOCHI: As many 400 units of Tata Realty and Infrastructure’s premium luxury apartment complex Tritvam here will be handed over to customers in September this year. The company said it would create a record for the Kerala real estate market by delivering 400 units in a day, said project head Zacharia George at a press conference.

The luxury residential apartments are located at Marine Drive. “Tritvam is associated with globally renowned names such as architect Woods Bagot of Australia, construction partner Leighton Contractors and landscape designer Made Wijaya. Tritvam offers three-and fourbedroom- hall-kitchen units and duplex apartments with a grand club house for social gatherings, a wellequipped gymnasium, jogging track and yoga centre, state-of-the-art recreational facilities and play areas for children. Besides, Tritvam sports features dedicated pavilions and sitouts for senior citizens and the finest Infinity pool in Kochi, as well as a convenience store, salon, pharmacy and ATM,” he added.

Tritvam offers prospective buyers an unmatched finance scheme, called 1.99 per cent, he added. It has received IGBC Gold certification and seven-star rating from CARE and also offers assured property management for 10 years by the Tatas. The project commenced in August 2012 and comprises 468 units in five towers. Tritvam spreads in a sprawling area of 8.5 acres and the rate is ` 7,200-12,000 sqft.  

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