Tulip Infratech Resurrects Stuck Project, Launches Tulip Monsella in Gurugram

Tulip Infratech Resurrects Stuck Project, Launches Tulip Monsella in Gurugram

Tulip Infratech on Friday announced the launch of Tulip Monsella, Tulip Infratech has acquired the stuck project, Vipul Aarohan Residences, and developing it as high-end project.

The project would bring relief to several distressed home buyers as it involves completion of around 270 stuck homes. The company claims that the ultra-luxury project comprising 1084 units in total, is witnessing robust demand as the developer has also resumed the sales process.

Tulip Infratech plans to invest Rs 3000 crore in next 5 years to revive the project as an ultra-high-end residential project and 2 state of the art commercial buildings. Since the transfer of the project in December 2021, the project has made rapid progress.

“This is a special project as it caters to the hopes of several home buyers whose wait for a dream home by elongated. With Tulip Infratech having taken over the responsibility, the progress is in full swing and it would turn out to be one of the most ultra-luxury projects in the whole of National Capital Region.” said Parveen Jain, Chairman & Managing Director of Tulip Infratech

Tulip Monsella located in Sector-53 on Golf Course road, Gurugram on an area of 19 acres in TOD (Transit Oriented development) zone.

Tulip Monsella will have premium 3, 4, 5 BHK apartments, duplexes, penthouses in around 40 storied 10 high rise residential towers well equipped with mega commercial Complexes, Convenient Shopping, Latest Amenities like: Sports Club having lawn tennis, covered badminton courts, basketball, cricket pitch, Golf range, scatting ring, Club House having Bar, Multi cuisine Restaurant, Patisserie, Banquet Hall, gym, mini theatre, cards room, snooker lounge, Health club having Jacuzzi, sauna, steam, massage, salt room, saloon, swimming pool etc.

The world class landscaping of Tulip Monsella shall showcase water features, ponds, sprawling lawns and green mounds, amphitheatre, sunken courts, jungle walk with dense green plantations and trees to provide a pollution free serene ambient countryside atmosphere.

The construction technology being used by Tulip is ‘Mivan construction technology’ where the structure is 100% R.C.C. (Reinforced cement concrete) and no brickwork is used which makes the structure more sustainable, long lasting, durable, giving impeccable strength and more earthquake resistant.

Source : Realty n More

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