Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India is bringing forth the redevelopment of a public residential project – LIC Jeevan Shanti Colony in Vile Parle, Mumbai. Keeping in mind the human idea of a home, the building is designed to provide a sense of exclusivity and comfort with the different amenities accommodated.
Developed over an expanse of 18.9 Acre plot area, the estimated built-up area of the project is 6,19,710 sq.ft. The colony has been designed to integrate 10 residential building blocks, spread evenly around the plot to render light and ventilation to each unit. With a Community Hall and Gymnasium, the planning allows large gatherings in terms of festivals or functions and addresses to the users health and fitness routine.
Reflecting on the current drive towards sustainability, the project generates and encourages the need for water and energy conservation through different processes. The application of Sewage Treatment plant and Rain Water Harvesting plant aids in preventing water pollution and replenishing groundwater table. This project is under a pre-construction stage.
|PROJECT NAME||LIC Jeevan Shanti Colony|
|DEVELOPER||Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC)|
|DESCRIPTION||Proposed public redevelopment project|
|PLOT AREA||18.9 Acres|
|CONSTRUCTION AREA||6,19,710 sq. ft.|
|LOCATION||Vile Parle, Mumbai, Maharashtra|
|NO. OF BLOCKS||10 Residential Blocks|
|AMENITIES/FEATURES||Community Hall and Gymnasium. |
Sustainable features – Sewage Water Treatment plant and Rain Water Harvesting Plant
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