Mahindra Lifespace Developers Ltd, the real estate and infrastructure advancement arm of Mahindra Group, has declared that its residential project Mahindra Happinest at Mahindra World City close to Chennai has gotten in excess of 125 bookings within 11 days of the launch.
Mahindra Happinest traverses 3.71 acres and contains 348 apartments (1 BHK and 1.5 BHK) in Phase 1, ranging in carpet region from 34.12 sq m (367 sq ft) to 37.6 sq m (405 sq ft), and the beginning cost will be ₹20.45 lakh (all-inclusive), as per a statement.
The project incorporates different features and conveniences that are first of their sort in the category and the micro-market – it is pre-certified IGBC ‘Platinum’ and incorporates a vehicle-free, 20,000 sq ft central platform; towers spaced 80 meters apart; and an outdoor calisthenics gym.
Also, all homebuyers in Mahindra Happinest remain to profit from a Multiplier Rebate Plan (‘MRP’) that offers extra price benefits on early bookings. The venture will be created in two stages and handovers for the first phase are gotten ready for mid 2025. “The resounding success of Mahindra Happinest validates the latent demand for well-connected, future-ready homes that can transform quality of life through access to a thriving community; and best-in-category features and amenities that promote user health, well-being, and prosperity,” said Vimalendra Singh, Chief Sales and Service Officer, Mahindra Lifespaces Developers Ltd.
Mahindra Happinest has been planned with a focus on open spaces, resident privacy, and natural ventilation and lighting. The project involves two L-shaped towers and incorporates a balcony and French windows in every apartment to amplify the broad perspectives. Interior spaces within the ‘Plug & Play’ apartments at Mahindra Happinest have been intended for adaptability of use, remembering new age lifestyle trends, and can be changed over into work-from-home zones or study spaces as required.
Mahindra Happinest is the 6th residential project within MWC Chennai, which is as of now home to in excess of 2,500 families living across multi-format homes within the integrated city.
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