Saturday, 27 July 2013

Tata Amantra Phase II - 2 BHK and 3 BHK apartments on the Thane–Kalyan road in Mumbai by Tata Housing

Tata Amantra Phase II - 2 BHK and 3 BHK apartments on the Thane–Kalyan road in Mumbai by Tata Housing

- Phase I, comprising over 700 two and three BHK units, completely sold out
- The tallest landmark residential development complex, spread across 22 acres on the Thane–Kalyan road in Mumbai 

Tata Housing Development Company (Tata Housing), India’s fastest growing real estate developer, announced the launch of the second phase of its luxury residential development complex – Amantra. Amantra's phase II comprises 565 two and three bedroom, hall, kitchen (BHK) units, with prices starting at Rs5,800 per square feet.

The project was launched in October 2011, and within six months of the launch the first phase was completely sold out. This comprised 700 two and three-BHK units.

Amantra is an exclusive luxury residential township with 14, 24, 29 and 34 storied towers designed by the world-renowned architectural firm HOK of the US. Spread majestically over 22 acres of sprawling land, the master plan is envisioned in a way where nature’s beauty meets every luxury one can imagine. Amantra will be the tallest residential structure in Kalyan and is also a green haven with 80 percent open areas. It even offers an elevated jogging track on the 14th floor. The lush green landscaped gardens ensure design excellence in its functionality and aesthetics, making it the best in its class.

Phase II of Amantra offers attractively priced homes and the convenience of a community dwelling. The project has attracted buyers from across segments as it is well-connected and aesthetically designed, and thus the demand for this project has been consistent.”

Strategically located on the Thane-Kalyan road on the NH3 highway, this exclusive residential property provides high-speed access to airports, business centres, shopping malls, schools, health care facilities, entertainment areas and many other important destinations.

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