SPR Hostel Building Complex proposed by SPR Group in Chennai

Sakshi Agrawal Oct 08, 2021 0

SPR Group has proposed to come up with a new residential hostel building by the name SPR Hostel Building Complex, Thandalam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. It will include residential facilities with accommodation and infrastructure that is both high-quality and budget friendly. This scheme will benefit the residents especially students who live away from their homeland hence reducing the school drop out rate. Healthy living conditions with up to the mark amenities will ensure a healthy community where dwellers can socialise.

Project Specifications:

The upcoming hostel building at Thandalam, Chennai will extend over an area of 5.27 acres. The site is located 18.3 km from the Tiruvallur Railways Station and 19 km from the Chennai Airport.The built-up area comprising the residential facilities and basic amenities is expected to be near 781,503 sq. ft. The project is under approvals as of now. The project will comprise 4 residential towers which will be ground plus 8 upper storey structures.


The site is well-connected to major residential and commercial areas of the city. A good connectivity within the city coupled with proximity to the nearby railway station and airport makes it easy for daily commuter to travel within the city and in the suburbs.

PROJECT NAMESPR Hostel Building Complex, Thandalam
DESCRIPTIONPrivate hostel building under approvals
PLOT AREA5.27 acres
CONSTRUCTION AREA781,503 sq. ft.
LOCATIONThandalam, Chennai

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