900 more flats for sale on Dec 10

900 more flats for sale on Dec 10
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The Capital Region Development Authority CRDA has made all arrangements to conduct second round of online sales for its HappyNest project on December 10 It may be noted that the CRDA received huge response for the first phase online sales recently when 300 flats were on block

Vijayawada: The Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has made all arrangements to conduct second round of online sales for its HappyNest project on December 10. It may be noted that the CRDA received huge response for the first phase online sales recently when 300 flats were on block.

Now the CRDA wants to conduct online sales again for 900 flats by taking in to consideration the demand from public during the first phase online booking. Indeed, the CRDA wanted to conduct online sales for 1,200 flats in second round but it changed the plan offering only 900 flats.
According to sources, the CRDA has also plans to sell 1,200 flats additionally in third phase after observing the demand in the second phase online sales. The CRDA wants to construct a total of 2,400 flats in three phases.

The CRDA designed 12 different models of flats to sell in second phase online sales. The flat sizes are designed from 1,225 sft to 2,750 sft as two bedroom and three bedrooms. The buyers should get the flats through online service from CRDA website and they also should pay Rs 2.50 lakh to Rs 7 lakh as advance amount per each flat based on the size of the flat.

The response from people was unexpected for its first commercial project in Amaravati capital city location. In this backdrop, the CRDA is making plans to construct the project as model to other infrastructure companies in Amaravati capital city. CRDA commissioner Ch Sreedhar said that the project would be a trendsetter to other housing projects in Amaravati in terms of budget and quality. He said that CRDA is going to build a big club house as part of the project. The customer care has been set up to guide the interested buyers, he said.

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