Aparna Constructions new project in Bangalore

Aparna Constructions new project in Bangalore
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Continuing with its expansion plans, Aparna Constructions and Estates Private Limited, on Monday announced the launch of its new project in Bangalore.

Hyderabad: Continuing with its expansion plans, Aparna Constructions and Estates Private Limited, on Monday announced the launch of its new project in Bangalore.

Titled 'Aparna Maple' the project will be coming up in K Narayanapura Village, K R Puram, Hobli, Bengaluru. The project will be the second residential property from Aparna Constructions and Estates Private Limited in the city.

Built on 3.3 acres, the project comprises of 246 vastu-compliant apartments in two 14-storey towers. The project offers customers with 2 BHK and 3 BHK houses of carpet sizes ranging from 1165 sq. ft. to 1590 sq. ft.

Speaking on the project Rakesh Reddy, Director, Aparna Constructions and Estates Private Limited, said, "At Aparna Constructions we have always strived to satiate our customers desire to own a home that offers them both comfort and convenience.

Aparna Maple offers the best of both worlds-connectivity and peaceful surroundings. It will provide a lifestyle desired by aspiring home buyers with all modern amenities while offering excellent connectivity to major commercial hubs, International Airport, Outer Ring Road and Central Bengaluru. The project is expected to be completed by December 2022."

"Bengaluru is one of the fastest growing real-estate markets in the country and we are planning to strengthen our presence in the city. The new project is an extension of this vision." added Rakesh Reddy

The gated community which is in the heart of East Bengaluru, will have to its credit, gardens and lush landscapes that have impeccably maintained providing a perfect ambience for relaxation and recreation.

It will have an exclusive, air-conditioned Club House that features a vast list of amenities such as a tennis court, jogging track, gym, badminton court and swimming pool.

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