Makeover for Maximum City
Real Estate

Makeover for Maximum City

Much of Maximum City needs a facelift. The massive stock of old, dilapidated buildings on prime property across land-starved Mumbai is crumbling and on the verge of collapse. The only way forward appears to be redevelopment.

The elevation of ageing housing societies into a contemporary residential asset class, offering customers a premium lifestyle, is gaining momentum and the city has been witnessing a surge in redevelopment projects. In fact, redevelopment is estimated to be a Rs.1 trillion investment opportunity in Mumbai and redevelopment space contributes to over 30 per cent of total development potential.

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Much of Maximum City needs a facelift. The massive stock of old, dilapidated buildings on prime property across land-starved Mumbai is crumbling and on the verge of collapse. The only way forward appears to be redevelopment.The elevation of ageing housing societies into a contemporary residential asset class, offering customers a premium lifestyle, is gaining momentum and the city has been witnessing a surge in redevelopment projects. In fact, redevelopment is estimated to be a Rs.1 trillion investment opportunity in Mumbai and redevelopment space contributes to over 30 per cent of total development potential.To read the full story, CLICK HERE.

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