MUMBAI, Oct 14 (The CONNECT) - ‘Simana’, an iconic ultra-premium luxurious residential project of the Bhoomi Group has received the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) pre-certified GOLD rating. This project comprises high-rise towers of 43 & 53 storeys, spread across an urban oasis of 5.38 acres of free hold land situated in Lalbaug Parel, Mumbai. The project consists of 2, 3, 4 and 5 BHK bespoke palatial apartments, crafted in sheer luxury, offering residents mesmerizing views of the Arabian sea and Eastern Harbor.
Samyak Doshi, Director, Bhoomi Group said, as global warming is a real concern the world over, and “we all need to do our bit” in reducing its ill- effect on our environment. ‘Simana’ has been conceived keeping this concept of sustainable living in mind, where residents just don’t invest in a home but more importantly invest in health, wellness of mind-body and for a more holistic living experience, he said.
The project features include: Efficiently designed building walls and insulated rooftops to reduce energy usage; Waste water treatment plant; Low Density area; No public car parking; More than 75000 sq. ft. of open space on the ground level; Provision for EV charging points; Apartments designed for maximum ventilation and natural light; Advanced MIVAN formwork technology ensures durability & faster construction with accurate and smooth finish and German Reckli design on the exterior façade to beautify the structure and elevation
‘Simana’ is surrounded by major upcoming infrastructural development projects such as Trans- Harbour Sea Link, Sewri- Worli Elevated Corridor (SWEC) and Mumbai Eastern Waterfront project. These projects, once completed, will rejuvenate the Eastern Corridor of Mumbai with improved connectivity and upgrade the lifestyle of its residents.
Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) Pre-certification is awarded to a project based on the green measures considered during design which include sustainable architecture and design, site selection and planning, water conservation, energy efficiency, building materials and resources, indoor environmental quality and innovation and development