Asset Homes announces two new housing projects in capital city


Trivandrum: Kerala based builder, Asset Homes has announced the launch of two new housing projects in Thiruvananthapuram. The new projects are Asset Sovereign at Statue Junction and Asset Sunny Days at Peroorkada in the capital city.

Briefing the media, V Sunil Kumar, MD, Asset Homes said, “The projects have been designed by incorporating state-of-the-art facilities and ensuring the outstanding Asset Quality Lifestyle. The two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments would be in the range of 1,200 sq. ft to 1,900 sq. ft. area with a launch price of Rs. 6,900 per sq. ft. for Asset Sovereign and Rs. 4,700 per sq. ft. for Asset Sunny Days. There will be a discount of Rs 600/sq. ft and Rs 500/sq. ft respectively for bookings till January 20, 2019. The price variance as per the floors will not be applicable for bookings through the offer. Besides, Rs 1 lakh worth kitchen cabinet or furnishing will be given as gift. We are probably the only builder to offer complimentary insurance cover for 25 years.”

The project at Statue Junction has two-bedroom and three-bedroom luxury apartments. It consists of facilities such as swimming pool, air-conditioned fitness centre with world-class equipment, and well-designed children’s play area. Solar lights and ample green spaces are the other highlights of the project.

The project at Peroorkada offers two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments. Some of the facilities in the project include swimming pool, multi-recreation hall with space for indoor games, children’s play area, well-equipped fitness centre, open theatre, open terrace party area and grand entrance lobby.

Sajeem S, Marketing Head, Asset Homes, said, “In the last 11 years, the company has completed 56 projects in 15 cities across Kerala and 24 housing projects are in their various phases of construction. We have been honoured with CRISIL 7 Star for three projects and are the youngest builder in the country to receive CRISIL DA2 rating.”

Anil Philip
Kerala Biz News


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