To stay with the growing demand for luxury apartments, the concept of the township has recognised its existence in the trend. With developed Indian cities getting crowded day-by-day and limited future expansion potential of these cities, integrated township provides a feasible solution to the problem of increasing population migration.
Buyers have much more than a simple home on their thoughts when they decide to purchase their dream house. Property decisions aren't any longer based on the size and location of the house, but many other factors such as convenience, security, maintenance, and amenities. People crave for an upmarket lifestyle and wish to provide safety for their families at the same time.
Given the changing preferences of buyers, many integrated townships across the country, are offering residents the promise of high-quality lifestyles customised to accommodate every budget. One such project is Vrindavan township in Nagpur near Jamtha, which is seamlessly integrated with excellent infrastructure and provides a holistic living environment.
Located amid nature, residents can surely have a sense of green living. All the daily requirements and other emergency services are available in this township. Full equipped functional gymnasium, tennis and basketball court, clubhouse, parks, multiplexes and community hall, it makes life comfortable and hassle-free.
Another thing the townships promote is a better work-life balance. Busy schedules, hectic lifestyles, and long hours in traffic have prompted home buyers to take the township route. The various facilities and necessary amenities are well connected by careful planning and are within a short distance of each other. Thus, residents don’t have to spend time travelling and enjoy a good work-life balance. Additionally, with the government now investing in highways and metros in many parts of the country, townships located in the suburbs are also well-connected to all the parts of the city. Being situated in the peripheries of cities, townships are cheaper than the properties in a prime location.
Vrindavan township has a lot to offer to the prospective buyers. Spacious and green environment, convenience and better infrastructure, make it an extremely viable destination for residents.
Mr Hardik Agarwal, CEO, Radha Madhav developers of Vrindavan township
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