K Raheja Corp : Redefining luxury homes

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A breath of fresh air as you step into the marble floors of your home sourced from across the globe, with a fine lounge bar awaiting your presence. A rich mosaic of colors that uplift your mood with tonal and exquisite wooden trims, statuesque furniture and ornate screens, is no less than a treat to the eyes.

This is a definition entirely true for Artesia, the upcoming ultra-luxury project by K Raheja Corp, located in the swank neighborhood of Worli, Mumbai. This 45-story tower with 3,000 sq ft, four bedroom homes, priced at around Rs 30 crore,  will have just around 100 families dwell together in a residential offering spread across 5.2 acres. The project sees the coming together of the best global experts – London-based firm Martin Kemp Design for the show apartment and the common areas, Singapore based JPA Design for yet another show apartment, and globally renowned landscape artist Burega Farnell for the landscapes.

Envisioned by the Group President, K Raheja Corp – Ravi Raheja, Artesia is coalesced of European detail and international style. Equipped with unique and state-of-the-art features, the luxury homes by K Raheja Corp have designer lobbies and in-house spas. The organization understands the needs of the globally traveled luxury home buyers, and are therefore creating a residential offering that has the best from the global markets.

The new-age luxury home buyers look for high-end features that give them comfort. Glossy entrance lobbies similar to those of luxury hotels, reception and concierge desk, a fully-serviced salon and spa, a private jacuzzi, hospitality services and in-house managers are some of the features that they look out for. Another recent addition to the list is home automation. Buyers look for convenience and smartphone-controlled house automation, which is a major drawing factor for the luxury home buyers.

Artesia is a creation that comes close on the heels of K Raheja Corp’s other successful offering, Vivarea is strategically located at Mahalaxmi in Mumbai. Easily accessible, the luxurious residential project offers a range of 3 bedroom, 4 bedroom and duplex homes with magnanimous views of the Arabian Sea on one side, and flanked by the race course on the other. Creating something for every buyer, the developer believes in delivering homes that match the dweller’s individualism.

What makes Vivarea unique is the delightful landscaping and adroit architecture. A respite away from the commotion of the city, the greenery uplifts the dwellers’ spirits. The no-motor zone at the podium level is another facility that lets you take a soothing and relaxing walk. With magnificent views, the apartments offer a truly luxurious life to its residents.

Vivarea is also one of the many green building projects by K Raheja Corp. Helping in maintaining a sustainable environment, it is another feather in the cap for the developer. Other Green building projects by K Raheja Corp include Raheja Vistas and commercial projects like Mindspace.

Apart from the ultra-luxury projects, Ravi Raheja also envisioned the need of luxury apartments for a different set of buyers with the establishment of Raheja Vistas and Quiescent Heights.

Located in three cities, Pune, Mumbai and Hyderabad, Raheja Vistas is a project that offers unmatched facilities. Spacious apartments, with amenities like swimming pool, gym, tennis court, squash court, party hall and more, the apartments are plush and give the residents an unparalleled experience.

While Raheja Vistas is based in three different cities, Quiescent Heights is based in Hyderabad and complements the business class lifestyle. An apartment with 4 and 5 bedroom residences, the project has highlights like azure swimming pool, clubhouse, gym and kids play area.

Catering to the needs of different home buyers and anticipating the future of luxury homes, Ravi Raheja took the right steps at the right time. He has played a major role in developing luxury projects for K Raheja Corp. With his efforts and vision, the group president has brought the company to the forefront of the realty market.


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