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Thoughtfully designed homes in Birla Niyaara Worli Mumbai

Posted By: realtyacres

Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2022

Price: $708,588.00

Mobile: +9266850850

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Birla Niyaara is a development that promises everything big on life, from extravagant homes located at Century Mills Compound, Pandurang Budhkar Marg in Worli, Mumbai. The entire layout of encompasses 14-acre land having 4 high-rise towers with 75 floors comprising 2, 3 and 4 BHK luxury apartments in Mumbai size range of 849 Sq. Ft. to 2167 Sq. Ft. with a starting price of Rs. 3.99 Cr* Onwards.


Project Highlights : -


5-Tier Security System.
WI-FI Terrace Sky Lounge.
Club house on 67th Floor.
Sky walk within the complex.
Sky Walk within the complex.
270 degree Sea Views residences.
4 high-rise towers with 75-storeyed.
100% DG copy of emergency power elevators.
Panoramic views with natural light & ventilation.
Large vitrified tile flooring in Kitchen Imported Marble Floor.


Project Details : -


Project Name: Birla Niyaara
Location: Worli, Mumbai
2BHK Flat: 849 sq. ft.
Price: Rs. 3.99 Cr*


Visit Us: http://www.birlaestates.ind.in/




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