LML Homes gets 5-acre land in Chennai, to build premium flats

About 400 premium apartments of various sizes to be developed over half a million square feet near Kattupakkam metro rail station, says Anarock Group

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Chennai: LML Homes, a residential apartments developer has acquired a 5-acre land parcel in Kattupakkam, Chennai – close to the proposed Kattupakkam metro rail station, for development of a premium township. The value of the purchase transaction is ₹60 Cr.

Anarock Group has been appointed as the strategic partner to market and sell the proposed project, which will consist of approx. 400 premium apartments of various sizes developed over half a million square feet. The project to be executed by the LML Homes will have lifestyle amenities like club house, swimming pool, fitness center, party hall, landscaped areas for senior citizens, and jogging track, to name a few.

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Mahesh Kothari, managing director of LML Homes says that this would be a prestigious residential project and one of its kind in the Porur / Poonamallee micro market. “Currently, the demand for premium homes is at a peak in Chennai,” he says. “This is the right time to develop a premium housing project in this key micro market.”

City head – Chennai, Anarock Group, Sanjay Chugh says, “Porur is witnessing significant real estate activity due to increasing demand from IT professionals working in nearby IT parks at OMR and also in Ambattur. It is in close proximity to major IT hubs including DLF IT Park, Jayanth Tech Park and TCG IT park. It is also well connected with the Sriperumbudur industrial belt, which is home to several industries and manufacturing plants.”

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Porur is likely to see an influx of more IT parks by players like RMZ Corp, K Raheja Corp and ASV, demand for housing in and around the area will gain momentum in the coming quarters.

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