- Oct. 16, 2019
-- LDKJapanese real estate developer Sumitomo Corporation and Indian builder Krishna Maruti Group have undertaken a joint venture. Together as the Krisumi group, they have launched Krisumi Waterfall Residences,
a township project in Gurgaon. Built on a 'mini-Japan' theme, this property will allow the residents to experience living in waterfall homes.
This residential complex offers 2 BHK, 3 BHK and 3+S BHK apartments which are already gaining attention from investors and home aspirants. As per the floor plan,
the township would cover 70 acres, of which 5.4 acres are being developed in the first phase. The price
details and configurations are available online.
The first phase would consist of 3 towers integrated with sophisticated apartments. Designed upon Japanese aesthetics, these homes would be well-suited for Indian climatic conditions. The spacious and airy apartments would offer a comfortable living space full of amenities to
the residents. The estate would include a large open field where kids can play and have fun.
Ample green space in the complex ensures that one can lead a healthy life here. The various sports amenities would keep residents refreshed and active. The property also offers other lifestyle features such as a jogging track, a gym, a yoga area, etc. which are key factors behind drawing homebuyers. The brochure
published contains detailed information on the amenities.
This is the first real estate joint venture between the two firms. Considering the technological advancement Japan is well-known for, this project is expected to be a grand success. The location
of this project is quite convenient, with social and civic amenities within easy access. Living in Krisumi City Waterfall Residences,
one can quickly get across to the important roads, railway stations and the IGI Airport.
so far look positive and this property is gaining popularity fast. The overall development of the real estate industry in India looks prominent with this venture.