Green Tree Homes and Ventures, a new property development company launched by a group of architects and designers, has unveiled its first project – Green 201, a residential apartment project at Pudupakkam. The location of the project is close to Siruseri, which is the IT hub on OMR, Chennai’s IT corridor.
According to the builders, the project is built according to international standards in Chennai with eco-friendly features juxtaposed with contemporary designs.
The 15-storeyed building comes with a garden on each floor. The project offers great view of the surroundings, optimum space utility, no wall sharing between apartments for better privacy and a roof top clubhouse.
“With growing urbanisation and ever increasing pollution, it is becoming hard to find a house, where you can find some greenery. Green 201 is a holistically planned and aesthetically designed micro township that promises to offer a wholesome living experience to community living,” said Pon Ravichandran, director of Green Tree Homes and Ventures.
“Every home comes with a window garden — with French windows — giving maximum accessibility to air circulation and light,” said Dinesh, another director of the company.
The project offers 585 apartments, including two BHK of approximately 1,030 sq ft and three BHK units 1,330 sq ft. “Construction work for two blocks will start in January next year and the rest of the blocks in June. The entire project will be ready for possession in 36 months,” added Ravichandran.
The company has offered a launch price of Rs 3,000 per sq ft and it is not charging any additional “floor rise price”, which is the norm with most other builders. There would also be a leaf shaped amphitheatre located at the centre of the five residential towers. Other features of the project include, fully landscaped terrace, rooftop swimming pool, a well equipped gym, tennis and table tennis courts, a senior citizen lounge, meditation zone, ATM and pharmacy.
Green Tree Homes unveils maiden project ‘Green 201’ was last modified: December 30th, 2011 by