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Prestige Group Launches Prestige Royale Gardens

Aug 17 2013, 3:17am CDT | by PR.com

A High-Rise Luxury Apartment Complex located on Yelahanka-Dodaballapur Road, Bangalore, comprising of 1696 One, Two & Three Bedroom Units, spread across 22.5 Acres.

Bangalore, India, August 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Prestige Group credited with being the most successful and innovative property developer in South India unveils Prestige Royale Gardens (http://...

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Prestige Group Launches Prestige Royale Gardens

Aug 17 2013, 3:17am CDT | by PR.com

A High-Rise Luxury Apartment Complex located on Yelahanka-Dodaballapur Road, Bangalore, comprising of 1696 One, Two & Three Bedroom Units, spread across 22.5 Acres.

Bangalore, India, August 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Prestige Group credited with being the most successful and innovative property developer in South India unveils Prestige Royale Gardens (http://www.prestigeconstructions.com/royale-gardens/overview.html), in Yelahanka. The new project is a luxury development and promises to enhance the quality of living in the fast growing, North Bangalore.

Irfan Razack, CMD, Prestige Group adds, “We are happy to announce the launch of our next major project in the city, one that has been carefully designed to suit the dynamic needs of the segment today. A luxury development demands that each and every project aspect is well packaged with features and amenities to qualify as a true luxury proposition. Every offering needs to be holistic, ranging from the comfort the place offers, to aesthetics, and to the specifications of each unit including the common areas… everything needs to be meticulously planned and Prestige Royale Gardens offers just that.”

About Prestige Royale Gardens:
Spread across 22.5 acres of lush green landscapes, Prestige Royale Gardens is located in Yelahanka, at Doddaballapur Road (http://www.prestigeconstructions.com/royale-gardens/overview.html) with well-articulated, premium apartments (just 1696) for the select few. The project includes 1BR, 2BR, 2BR+Study & 3BR apartments that come with a host of features including a Club House, large format Swimming Pool, Exercise Room, a Children’s Park and more. Apart from this, the development also offers beautiful landscaped gardens that not only add to the scenic beauty of the place, but also offer greenery and fresh air for many activities like walking, jogging, yoga, etc.

Prestige Royale Gardens is located away from the hustle and bustle of the city with close proximity to Hospitals, Schools & the IT hub. The project is located conveniently with a distance of 20 km from City Railway Station and just 17 km from Bangalore International Airport.

Another highlight of the project is that apart from 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, Prestige Royale Gardens also offers 1BHK Apartments. There has been a steady demand for single-bedroom apartments, in the metros as well as tier-2 cities as they are proving to be the most cost-effective options for people who prefer to invest in their own place rather than spend the same amount on high rents, especially if they can own a home close to their workplace hubs.

Though this is a luxury development, Prestige Royale Gardens has been priced to accommodate the mid-segment of the market. This is a conscious decision by the company to provide home-buyers with the best in luxury amenities and facilities, while keeping the product affordable. Apartments in Prestige Royale Gardens are available at very attractive prices starting at Rs. 28 Lakh for the Studio Apartments.

About Prestige Group:
Prestige Estates Projects Ltd. (http://www.prestigeconstructions.com), having a legacy spanning over 26 years, is one of South India’s leading Real Estate Developers & one of the most trusted Landowners & Developers. It has 166 completed projects aggregating to over 49 million square feet of Developed Area to its credit and currently has 58 ongoing projects aggregating to 47 million square feet of Developable Area and 26 upcoming projects aggregating to 34 million square feet of Developable Area spanning across Residential, Commercial, Retail and Hospitality sectors in major South Indian cities such as Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, and Hyderabad.

In 2010, Prestige Estates forayed into the Capital Market with its Initial Public Offer (IPO) by raising Rs. 12,000 million, which was also over-subscribed 2.26 times. Prestige Estates is currently one of the largest Real Estate Companies in the country in terms of market capitalization, area executed & delivered and area under development.

Prestige Estates is the only developer in India rated CRISIL DA1 (http://www.prestigeconstructions.com/awards/crisil-rating.html) & is also responsible for iconic developments like Forum Mall, Prestige Shantiniketan, UB City and Prestige Golfshire to name a few.

For further information, please contact:
Ms. Urmila Biswas
+91 98860 99736
urmilabiswas@gmail.com
http://www.prestigeconstructions.com

Contact Information:
Prestige Group
Ms. Urmila Biswas
+91 98860 99736
Contact via Email
http://www.prestigeconstructions.com

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