The Group is looking at total sales realisation of approximately Rs 450 crore. After the RERA announcement, the customer response has been encouraging and “we have sold about 150 units till now,” said the company.
To be developed in single phase, the project has 508 units of 3 BHK configuration; the company has launched 380 units of the total stock and will complete the project by 2026. The company has completed four projects in Noida, Greater Noida, and Ghaziabad. All projects are completed before time. Presently, five projects are in progress and all projects are ahead of their schedule.
The area around Sector 143 is called Silicon Valley of Noida; number of functional IT parks, multiplex, shopping centres, schools & hospitals are within 5 to 10 kms of the project.
Talking about the prospects of the area, especially after the news of Noida International Airport, Sanjay Sharma, Director, SKA Group, said, “The nearby region will continue to attract the attention of investors and end-users, increasing the number of new launches and sales activities in ongoing and upcoming projects. It will bode well for the pricing aspect also, as this region will become a hub of properties catering to different segments. ”
Informing about the USPs of the project, the company said that the project has Sky club, which is a fully-equipped work space with fast wi-fi, comfortable sitting arrangements and cafeteria. Also, there is Pet shelter for in-house care of pets of the society.
Throwing light on the luxury segment in Noida, Sharma, said, “The real estate sector, particularly the residential segment, has exhibited significant development since the first unlock last year; the sector has faced unforeseen hurdles as a result of the COVID situation, but it has maintained its lustre. In fact, there has been an uptick in demand for luxury housing that prioritises healthy living; the tendency is obvious in the growth in inquiries and sales in Noida. There is little doubt that the luxury real estate market will improve in the months ahead; premium and luxury items will continue to grow as a percentage of total sales.”