Ansals Grace Ist-phase sold out
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 25: Ansals Grace, the group housing project of one of India’s realty majors Ansal Housing & Construction Ltd., has been lapped up by the Jammu people.
The first phase of the project has been sold out, claimed Atit Arora, General Manager (Marketing), Ansal Housing.
He said, “Due to the strategic location of Ansals Grace off the Srinagar bypass near Sainik Colony locality here together with the fact that people have come to accept the multiple advantages of community living while enjoying modern amenities like club with swimming pool, etc. have made this possible.”
Ansals Grace has 8 residential towers having 2 & 3 Apartments starting from Rs. 16 lakhs onwards. “Security of the residents has been given prime importance with the project being fully boundary-walled with security guards at the entrance,” he said.
The booking for second phase of the project is currently on.
Home loans are being provided by leading banks, HDFC & Punjab National Bank.
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