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1.India's Top Builders: Sobha Developers

This is what they call 'pan India'! Sobha Developers Ltd has a presence in 20 cities and 12 states of the country, and has completed 71 residential projects and 191 contractual projects, covering about 42.68 million sq ft.


2.GIC and Brigade group to invest Rs.1,500 cr

Singapore-based GIC and Bengaluru based Brigade group have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to invest in real estate-residential developments in the country.


3.Living in Steel!

Restello, the winning design at Living Steel's 2006 International Architecture Competition, has begun to take shape in New Town, Kolkata.


4.Tata Housing to launch new residential project in Gurgaon

Tata Housing will launch a new residential project in sector-72 of Gurgaon. The company has acquired 36 acre for developing premium apartments and duplex floors.


5.Vascon to launch luxury housing project

Vascon Engineers is planning to launch its most ambitious residential project, Windermere in Pune. This 5 acre twin tower project will offer 3/4 BHK apartments and 5 BHK duplex.


6.Brigade project coming up in Bengaluru

Brigade Enterprises has entered into a joint development pact with local land owners to develop 16.5 acre in Bengaluru. This is a residential project comprising over 1,000 apartments targeted at the high-income group.


7.Kailash Nath launches residential project

The Kailash Nath Group recently launched 'Kailash Nath Town Houses' to redevelop residential plots in prime colonies of Delhi like Jor Bagh.


8.Brigade plans Rs 6 bn realty projects

Brigade Enterprises is planning to invest Rs 600 crore in hospitality and residential projects. The company plans to invest Rs 300 crore each for hospitality and affordable housing projects


9.Mumbai realty prices spike 154% since 2005

A survey of 10 mega-cities across the world has revealed that Mumbai registered the highest percentage rise in property prices since 2005. The recent World Class Cities Index by London based, listed real estate adviser Savills shows that average property rates in Mumbai surged 154 per cent since December 2005


10.Mantri to launch six townships

Mantri Developers Pvt Ltd plans to launch six integrated residential township projects comprising 30,000 units across Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.