DHC's Co-founder buys duplex in Breach Candy
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DHC's Co-founder buys duplex in Breach Candy

In a notable real estate transaction, the co-founder of DHC Advisory has acquired a luxurious duplex in the prestigious Breach Candy neighbourhood of South Mumbai for a staggering Rs 850 million. This high-profile investment underscores the continued allure of premium properties in prime locations.

The duplex, situated in one of Mumbai's most sought-after areas, showcases the city's thriving real estate market, particularly in upscale neighbourhoods. The purchase reflects the enduring demand for exclusive and well-appointed residences, even at premium price points.

Breach Candy, known for its opulent residences and proximity to prominent amenities, continues to attract discerning buyers and investors. The co-founder's acquisition aligns with the trend of high-net-worth individuals seeking premium properties that offer not just a place to live but also a statement of luxury and status.

This significant transaction in South Mumbai further emphasises the resilience and desirability of the real estate market in prime urban locations. The purchase of the Rs 850 million duplex serves as a testament to the enduring appeal of luxury properties, showcasing the confidence and optimism in high-end real estate investments despite market fluctuations.

In a notable real estate transaction, the co-founder of DHC Advisory has acquired a luxurious duplex in the prestigious Breach Candy neighbourhood of South Mumbai for a staggering Rs 850 million. This high-profile investment underscores the continued allure of premium properties in prime locations. The duplex, situated in one of Mumbai's most sought-after areas, showcases the city's thriving real estate market, particularly in upscale neighbourhoods. The purchase reflects the enduring demand for exclusive and well-appointed residences, even at premium price points. Breach Candy, known for its opulent residences and proximity to prominent amenities, continues to attract discerning buyers and investors. The co-founder's acquisition aligns with the trend of high-net-worth individuals seeking premium properties that offer not just a place to live but also a statement of luxury and status. This significant transaction in South Mumbai further emphasises the resilience and desirability of the real estate market in prime urban locations. The purchase of the Rs 850 million duplex serves as a testament to the enduring appeal of luxury properties, showcasing the confidence and optimism in high-end real estate investments despite market fluctuations.

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