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Pushpanjali Realms to start Imperial Heights project

Friday, 21 March 2014 | PNS | Dehradun | in Dehradun
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Pushpanjali Realms and Infratech Pvt Ltd will undertake its Imperial Heights project with some facilities being introduced for the first time in Dehradun.

The company will also work on its Dalanwala Heights project at Balbir Road in the State capital.

Addressing the media here on Thursday, Deepak Mittal, (in pic) Director of the Pushpanjali Realms and Infratech Pvt Ltd said that after the success of its ultra luxury residential concept apartment project Pushpanjali at Teg Bahadur Road which was sold out before being constructed, the company will now undertake an eco-friendly residential concept apart project — Imperial Heights at Mussoorie Road.

This project will be spread across 22 bigha land and comprise 300 apartments. About 70 per cent of the total project area will be covered in greenery. The other major feature of this project will be that vehicles will not be allowed to enter the main area which will be accessible by battery operated golf carts. The apartments will have access to various facilities including indoor heated swimming pool and automatic car wash facility which are being offered for the first time in Dehradun.

The company so far constructed live buffet restaurant Grille at Jakhan, Rajpur Road and four star spa resort Kanatal Resorts and Spa at Dhanaulti.

 
 
 

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