Raheja Affordable Housing at Wazirpur by Raheja Developers

Patricia Alphonso Oct 11, 2021 0

Raheja Developers have proposed a residential project in the Wazirpur area of Gurgaon, Haryana. Located 11.74km away from the Gurgaon Railway Station and 23.21km from the Indira Gandhi International Airport, the design of the proposed project consists of eight separate towers as well as two dedicated buildings dedicated to EWS housing. The affordable residential housing complex that also houses a nursery school is a seamless overlap of meticulous planning with exhaustive facilities that suit all residential needs.

Project Specifications:

The upcoming Raheja Affordable Housing project, Wazirpur will be built over an area of 17 acres and shall have a total construction area of 16,69,676 sq. ft. The complex will comprise eight towers wherein Towers 1 and 2 will have 2 basements, a ground floor and 14 upper floors, Towers 3 and 4 will have 2 basements, a ground floor and 23 upper floors and Towers B, C, D, and E will have 2 basements, a ground floor and 15 upper floors. The first EWS housing building will have a ground floor and 6 upper floors and the second EWS housing building will have a ground floor with 1 upper floor. Each of the two nursery schools will have a ground floor and 1 upper floor.

PROJECT NAMERaheja Affordable Housing, Wazirpur
DEVELOPERRaheja Developers
DESCRIPTIONPrivate Residential Under Approvals
PLOT AREA17 acres
CONSTRUCTION AREA16,69,676 sq. ft.
LOCATIONGurgaon, Haryana

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