India’s Renowned Regency Group adds another feather to its cap. ”Regency Sarvam” Project of ‘Regency Group’ received the CNBC Awaaz Real -Estate Award for Best Residential Project -Affordable homes in Mumbai Metropolitan Region. It is considered to be one of the most Prestigious Awards in Real Estate industry all over India. The award for Regency Group was received by Mr. Mahesh Agarwal (CMD-Regency Group) and Mr. Udhav Rupchandani (Director-Regency Group).
While talking to Media Mr. Mahesh Agarwal (CMD-Regency Group) said, “Regency Group provides the best affordable homes across Mumbai and we’re honoured to have received the CNBC Real Estate Award for the same.”
The event was also attended by Hon’ble Maharashtra chief Minister Mr. Devendra Fadnavis and Housing Minister Mr. Prakash Mehta. The award is indeed a milestone in the path of success for the Regency Group. Sarvam its latest grand venture is the biggest residential township ever created in Titwala. Sprawled across, 68 acres within pristine environment with a choice of 1 and 2 BHK apartments, it devotes 30 acres to nature that allows life to bloom in harmony with nature. Sarvam redefines the entire concept of good, gracious and healthy lifestyle. Away from the hustle bustle of the city, in the lap of nature, Sarvam values and respects your precious life. In 2015, Regency Sarvam got many buyers from western and south Mumbai booking flats under scheme at affordable price.
Mr. Udhav Rupchandani (Director-Regency Group) said, “We’re glad on receiving this award and it only motivates us to build more lifestyle oriented projects for people to live in.”
15 years ago Regency Group started its journey in the realm of real estate with an aim to create its own niche by virtue of performance and quality. Regency Group has spread its wings and has grown to reach the sky in terms of stature and success. The Group’s emphasis and focus on quality, quantity and efficiency has earned it enviable reputation as a player that performs with its head on its shoulders and eyes on the future.
Source-The Hans India