Bengaluru already knows Nitesh Estates - now itâ€™s time for the rest of India to catch on. The real-estate arm of the Nitesh Group, it is an integrated property development company with a presence across four asset classes. It has developed state-of-the-art homes, hotels, office buildings and retail spaces; in fact, in barely five years of operations, the company has more than 8 million sq ft of premium living and work spaces under development.
Taking off as a finance and leasing company in 1990, SRS Group has come a long way. Known as BTL Investments Ltd and Bansla Finlease Ltd then, the company diversified its business and entered into the manufacture and marketing of edible oil and tea in 1997.
They’ve certainly found the formula for success! One of the real-estate companies in the country that prospered despite the global financial meltdown, Peninsula Land Ltd (PLL) continues to go from strength to strength.
A humble, man with over four decades of experience in the construction industry, Mofatraj P Munot, Chairman, Kalpataru Group, has given buyers a taste of innovation with path-breaking structures in Mumbai-over 80 landmarks! A professionally managed conglomerate with a turnover of Rs 6,300 crore, the group has diverse interests in real-estate development,
Here's a company betting on life beyond the metros. With projects spread across India encompassing more than 40 million sq ft, including a variety of tier-II and -III cities, Alpha G: Corp has its eye - and its name - on the skylines of Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Delhi and the NCR,
Puravankara Projects, a premier real-estate developer in the country, is launching a luxury residential apartment project in Rajajinagar, Bengaluru. The project will have over 300 units of 2-3 BHK over an ambling 4 lakh sq ft, 79 per cent of which will be open area.
Provident Housing, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the premier real-estate developer Puravankara Projects, will make its debut in Mangalore. The project- Provident Skyworth- will be located at Derebail, Konchady, an area well-connected to the city's prime intersections and national highway.
The high-rise committee has defined a tall building as any building with a height of 70 m or above. Indeed, going vertical seems to be the new mantra for developers in mega cities. Dinesh Dubey, General Manager - Projects, SD Corporation speaks to CW about his views on developing tall structures along with the diverse construction aspects of the landmark tall structure in Mumbai, The Imperial.