Basic Price Details
Basic Price Details
Basic Sale Value Additional Changes
Base Rate 6148 per.sq.ft Club House Charge NA
Floor Rise Charge 25 per.sq.ft BESCOM/BWSSB Charges 240 per.sq.ft
Car Parking Rs. 250000
Peference Location Charge NA Karths & Assement & BiFucation Charges NA
Booking Amount 10% Adv. Maintaenance Charges 48 per.sq.ft
Agreement Amount 2701080 Sinking Fund 88 per sq.ft
GST Charge 324130 Corpus Funds 88 per sq.ft

Unit Wise Price Details
Unit Type Size (Sft) All Inclusive Price (Approx.)
1BHK 492 Rs. 34 Lakhs onwards
2BHK 1046 Rs. 74 Lakhs onwards
3BHK +2T 1186 Rs. 84 Lakhs Onwards
3BHK+3T 1490 Rs. 1.04 Crore onwards
3BHK+3T 1704 Rs. 1.18 Crore Onwards

Payment Schedule
Booking Details Date Of Booking Percentage
Agreement Value 10%
On Booking 15 days 10%
On possession 10%
Within 30 days from booking 7%

 

Floor Plan Content
Unit Dimensions
Unit Type Saleable area (per.sq.ft) Facing
1BHK 492 NorthWest
2BHK 1046 NorthWest
3BHK +2T 1186 NorthWest
3BHK+3T 1490 , 1704 NorthWest

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Salarpuria group was established in 1985, in Kolkata. With a humble beginning in Bengaluru India in 1993, acquiring a small plot that offered just 20000 sq ft. of construction, today the Salarpuria Sattva group has taken giant steps to becoming a builder of immense magnitude. The group has earned a reputed stature across all its projects sprawling in the residential, retail, and commercial projects. the Group has completed 48 million sq ft of construction with 36 million sq ft in the pipeline and 24 projects in the pipeline. Salarpuria group has successfully developed many residential, retail, and commercial zones which have gratified many Indian and global patrons. Salarpuria Sattva is striving towards excellence with due support of its team, which is proficient in architecture, facility management, and finance administration. Protecting the ecological balance and conserving energy has been commendable accomplishments of all the projects developed by the Salarpuria group.

The group has always upheld the values of responsible construction by developing sustainable projects. The feat of responsible constructions has been achieved by due investments in technology up-gradation and management services. Salarpuria group has completed a total of 74projects, and working on 34ongoing projects. Some other projects of the Salarpuria sattva group are Salarpuria sattva aspire, Salarpuria sattva northland, Salarpuria sattva park Cubix, etc.

Salarpuria sattva has won many awards in its journey, some of them are -

*Best developer residential trophy

*Credai create award 2019

*Green champion award

*Construction week India award

*Developer of the year 2020commercial

*India property awards 2019

*Times business award2019

and there are many more awards and recognitions which Salarpuria sattva group has earned.

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