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Merry Xmas in Runwal style

Offerings galore at Runwal Gardens

Runwal Gardens spread across 115-acres will feature multiple high-rise residential towers with over 100 amenities

MUMBAI, Dec 24 (The CONNECT) – Real estate brand Runwal Group, Runwal Christmas Carnival with a collection of offerings available exclusively at their 115-acre township.

The township Runwal Gardens at Dombivli East in Mumbai comes with multiple health and lifestyle amenities. A customer buying a home during this carnival will have to pay just 10% now and nothing till January 2023, for their 1,2 & 3 BHK homes with a starting price of Rs. 34.5 lakhs. Other offers include on-site meet and greet with Santa, fun-filled engaging activities, Christmas theme photo booths, and many more to engage the customers.

Rajat Rastogi, Executive Director, Runwal Group, said, With the launch of Prime Avenue, the realtor looks forward to providing a world class lifestyle at attractive prices.

Runwal Gardens is a township spread across 115-acres that will feature multiple high-rise residential towers with over 100 amenities. The homes have access to retail spaces, EuroSchool, an 11-acre central park, over 14 gardens, 21 acres of green spaces, clubhouses spread over 1,17,000 sqft., 3.4 km jogging and cycling track, office spaces, and a multi-specialty hospital. The township offers amenities such as a cricket ground, amphitheatre, dedicated kids’ play area, senior citizens’ corner, infinity swimming pool, indoor pool for ladies, reflexology garden, pet garden, Wi-Fi pillars, stargazing deck, temple, among others.

The project’s strategic location offers excellent rail and road connectivity to Thane, Navi Mumbai, and Mumbai as it is within close proximity to multiple existing and upcoming transport lines. It is situated right on the main Kalyan-Shil Road and is just 15 minutes away from Dombivli railway station. It is also within close proximity to the proposed R-Mall, Kalyan-Taloja Metro line, Vasai-Panvel railway line, Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet train, Virar-Alibaug multimodal corridor, and the Airoli-Katai tunnel freeway.

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