Prestige Willow Tree - Basic Price Details
Basic Price Details
Basic Sale Value Additional Changes
Base Rate Rs. 6100 per.sq.ft Club House Charge NA
Floor Rise Charge Rs.20/sft/per floor from 1st floor BESCOM/BWSSB Charges Rs.140/sft+GST
Car Parking Rs.4 Lakhs Generator Charges Rs.118000
Peference Location Charge Rs. 100/200 Karths & Assement & BiFucation Charges Rs.29500
Booking Amount 10% Adv. Maintaenance Charges RS.60/sft+GST
Agreement Amount 10% Sinking Fund RS.60/sft+GST
GST Charge 5% Corpus Funds RS.60/sft+GST
Unit Wise Price Details
Unit Type Size (per. Sqft) Basic Price (per.Sqft) All Inclusive Price (Approx.)
1BHK 661-664 Rs. 40 Lakhs Rs.50 Lakhs Onwards
2BHK 1154 Rs. 70 Lakhs Rs. 90 Lakhs Onwards
3BHK Compact 1364 Rs. 83 Lakhs Rs. 98 lakhs Onwards
3BHK Regular 1592-1596 Rs. 97 Lakhs Rs. 1 Crore Onwards
3BHK-Servant Room 1812-1830 Rs. 1.1 Crore Rs.1.30 Crore Onwards
Payment Schedule
Booking Details Date Of Booking
Agreement Value 15 Days from Booking 5%




Prestige Willow Tree - Floor Plan Content
Unit Dimensions
Unit Type Sellable Size ( per.sqft) Facing
1 BHK 661-664 NorthEast
2 BHK 1154 NorthEast & NorthWest
3 BHK-Compact 1364 NorthEast & NorthWest
3BHK-Regular 1592-1596 NorthEast & NorthWest
3BHK-Servant Room 1812-1830 NorthEast & NorthWest




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Prestige Willow Tree - About Builder

Over the last decade, the Prestige Group has firmly established itself as one of the leading and most successful developers of Real Estate In India by imprinting its indelible mark across all asset classes. Founded in 1986, the group’s turnover is today in excess of Rs 3518 Cr (for FY 15); a leap that has been inspired by CMD Irfan Razack and marshaled by his brothers Rezwan Razack & Noaman Razack. As of 30th June 2020, the group has completed 247 Projects Covering 134 million sft, and currently has 45 ongoing projects covering over 53 million sft, 56 mn sft of upcoming projects, and holds a land bank of 262 acres with potential developable area of 27 mn sft. The Market Capital of the company as on 30 June 2020 is INR 84,021 Mn. The group’s turnover for the quarter ended June 30, 2020 is INR 12,963 Mn. The company has diversified over time into a number of related/non-related services, each of them spearheaded by individuals with adroit capacity. Services are as varied as the interior designing done by Morph Design Company (MDC) and the redefinition of elegance and suave in men’s formal dressing by Prestige Fashions (P) Ltd. They are also the only developers in South India to boast of such a widely diverse portfolio covering the residential, commercial, retail, leisure and hospitality segments. Now with 205 landmark developments across the city, the company has extended its expertise to major cities across South India including Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Mysore, Mangalore and Goa. Giving each city an unparalleled experience with landmark malls on the lines of ‘The Forum’, large townships, tech parks, hotels, luxury villas, and SEZs. The company already has several successful completed and ongoing projects in Chennai to its credit, spanning the commercial and retail segments. Prestige Cyber Towers, Prestige Polygon and Prestige Palladium are three completed commercial developments, which have received an overwhelming response. The Forum Vijaya Mall, Chennai’s largest mall was unveiled in 2013. The Prestige Group launched Chennai’s first township project – a Rs. 1,000 crore development in partnership with the Rattha Group in 2012. They also launched Prestige Silver Springs – the first-of-its-kind luxury villas in the city in 2013. The Prestige Group today has become a name that is synonymous with innovation. The company has pioneered many landmark developments and introduced many firsts to South India: