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Crystal Group, Xrbia Developers announce 'Chembur Central'

Friday, April 07, 2017

Crystal Group along with affordable housing developer ‘Xrbia Developers’ has announced its city-centre project, where in the first phase 2000 houses totaling at 700,000 sq. ft. out of an ultimate 6000 houses and 2.5 mn sq. ft.

“Chembur Central is one of the few centre city projects that is at an ideal location for its connectivity to all the major infrastructural areas of Mumbai. We hope to make this prime property available to home seekers,” said Mukesh Doshi, Chairman of Crystal Group.

The apartments begin at 40 lakh for a 1 BHKs and up to 80 lakh for 2BHKs. The 1BHKs have a carpet area ranging from 180 to 230 sq. ft. and 2BHKs have 305 sq. ft. carpet area. The project will progress across a span of 40 months.

The project, ‘Chembur Central’, developed by Aryamaan Developers Pvt. Ltd., is located in one of Mumbai’s greenest suburbs. “We are extremely pleased to bring in compact housing to Mumbai and are confident that it will be a turning point in the real estate sector in Mumbai,” said Rahul Nahar, Chairman of Xrbia Developers.

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