‘Siddha Sky’ receives Best Selling Project of the year award

Mumbai, October 25, 2023:      ‘Siddha Sky’ at Sion NX, Mumbai’s iconic and first-ever project featuring a Rooftop Skywalk, 400 feet above the ground, received the Best Selling Project of the year award at the 15th Realty+ Conclave & Excellence Awards 2023 West, at a glittering event held in Mumbai. The award was received by Rahul Nair – Head Sales, Siddha Sky and Swati Utekar – Head Customer Experience from the hands of Dr. Anurag Batra, Chairman & Editor in Chief of Realty+. According to an independent industry report, ‘Siddha Sky’ for the April to June 2023 quarter, as well as earlier quarters, has been the top-selling project in terms of units sold in the Mumbai Central Suburbs, quarter-after-quarter.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Samyak Jain – Director, Siddha Group said, “We are truly delighted to receive this prestigious award. This award is a testimony to our innovative product offerings to our customers that promise to add value and enhance their lifestyle to a global level.”

‘Siddha Sky’ is centrally located at Sion NX and comprises 5 towers of 40 storeys’ each; with all the towers connected by the Rooftop Skywalk. This project offers residents apartments in 2 BHK and 3 BHK configurations. The project offers 4+ Acres of open spaces, approx. 22,000 sqft Club, and a range of amenities to help residents rejuvenate in a pollution free environment. With amenities like Sky Lounge, hammock seating, amphitheatre, Yoga and telescopic star gazing point, and many more on the Rooftop Skywalk – the occupants will have amazing experiences to cherish.

Sion NX – a fast emerging new residential hotspot for home seekers in Mumbai. It is in close proximity to the Eastern Expressway, Freeway, and the upcoming 32 km Metro 4 corridor that will connect it to Thane. In addition, there are some large infrastructure development projects that are ongoing like the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link – Sewri to Nhava Sheva, expected to be opened from December 2023, will significantly reduce travel time from Mumbai to Navi Mumbai.

Corporate Comm India (CCI Newswire)