Tata Housing Announces the Phase II Launch of its Premium Housing Complex Inora Park, Pune
May 15, 2013

Tata Housing Development Company Limited, India’s fastest growing real estate developer, announced the second phase launch of its premium residential development – Inora Park. Phase II of the project comprises approximately 100, 3 BHK units, 1400 square feet and are priced starting at Rs. 68 lakhs onwards. Apartments are also available in 2 and 2.5 BHK.

Inora Park is being developed on 6.28 acre land parcel located at NIBM Annexe, Pune. It will encompass premium residences with green landscapes and state-of-the-art modern amenities such as modern clubhouse of about 6000 sq. ft. that can adequately serve the residents with a multi-purpose hall, children play area, basketball court, jogging track/walkways, swimming pool, and gymnasium.

Speaking on the launch of Phase II of Inora Park, Mr. Brotin Banerjee, MD & CEO, Tata Housing,said, “We are overwhelmed with the customer response received for our phase I even in a sluggish and competitive market. The project has attracted buyers from across segments, as it is well-connected, aesthetically-designed and thus the demand for Inora Park has been consistent. We are glad to launch the Phase II of Inora Park which offers eco luxurious apartments with panoramic views of hills besides the serene and safe community dwelling.”

The project’s was launched in 2010 and strategically situated in the high growth corridor of Pune, with excellent connectivity to commercial hubs like Hadapsar. The master plan incorporates maximizing the living units facing the internal courtyard which forms the community space for the residents for various activities – social and cultural.

Inora Park is created keeping in mind its axiom, ‘Live a beautiful life, inside and out’. The development has an internal road around the towers for free traffic movement, which connects to the entrance and exit of the complex. All apartments enjoy good ventilation and sunlight and a generous play of balconies and terraces form part of the architecture.


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