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Tata Housing starts work of Shankarpur Project

Published: 21st March 2013 11:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st March 2013 11:55 AM   |  A+A-

Tata Housing Development Company Ltd has started work on its much vaunted first integrated residential complex at Shankarpur. The bhoomi pujan ceremony of the project, Ariana, was held by senior officials of the company and Bhubaneswar Development Authority.

Ariana will be built as a luxury residential gated community with 12 towers ranging from 14 to 19 storeys and each storey will comprise one to three BHK units.

Spread across 12 acre, the IBGC-certified project would marry nature with sophistication, combining premium residences with community open spaces, jogging track and children’s playgrounds.

 It would have a club house spanning 25,000 sq ft with separate rejuvenation and refreshing zones.

Managing Director and CEO of Tata Housing Brotin Banerjee said, “Real estate as an industry has gained momentum across Odisha, economic growth and infrastructure development.  Bhubaneswar as the centre of the economic boom established itself as one of the fastest developing cities of the country.

The city is showcasing great appetite for high-end living. Ariana is expected to provide luxury home solutions for those looking for modern eco-conscious residences.

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