Runwal launches new tower project – Lily

Runwal Forests - Balcony View

Runwal launches new tower project – Lily

In Runwal Forests, Kanjurmarg

Starting at Rs. 2.49 cr, Runwal Lily offers an entire community ecosystem, says Subodh Runwal, MD

MUMBAI, Dec 10 (The CONNECT) – Realtor major Runwal Group, has announced the launch of a new residential tower - Lily, in its project Runwal Forests located at Kanjurmarg West in Mumbai. This residential township is spread across approx 15 acres along LBS Marg. The tower will consist of 48 floors with about 190 apartments with 3 BHK configuration and carpet areas of 983 sq.ft and 1129 sq.ft. The unique feature of this tower is that it will offer spacious air-conditioned residences with 11ft floor-to-floor height and private decks offering the best views. Residents of the tower can enjoy breath-taking views of central greens, mangroves, Powai Lake and Sanjay Gandhi National Park.

Starting at a price of approx Rs. 2.49 cr, apartments at Lily will offer flexible payment plans for added convenience. Construction of this tower is already at an advanced stage, the company said in a Press Release.

From the strategically important business districts like SEEPZ & BKC to the International Airport, all key hubs of the city are easily accessible from the project. Kanjurmarg enjoys good road, rail and upcoming Metro connectivity.

Subodh Runwal, Managing Director, Runwal Group described the project as “the finest tower of the township”. “Our aim is not to create just living spaces, but an entire community ecosystem comprising of homes, health, conveniences, entertainment and other lifestyle amenities,” he said.

Residents of Runwal Forests can pamper themselves with a wide range of recreational amenities such as cricket ground, 35,000 sq.ft clubhouse, multiple swimming pools, landscaped gardens, sports & fitness amenities and much more. Runwal Group has already delivered Phase 1 comprising of 7 towers and Runwal Forests is already a vibrant community of approx 1200 happy families, Runwal said.

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