India: ‘Astitva’ Is The First Green Building Residential Project in West Bengal

Kolkata, Feb 27 (IBNS): The Primarc Group, a leading player in the retail and realty sectors in eastern India, on Thursday announced its high-end residential project ‘Astitva’ as the first green building residential destination in West Bengal.

Under the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), the project has been awarded the IGBC Green Homes Pre-certified Gold certification thereby fulfilling the definitive standard for energy efficient buildings with reduced electrical energy demand.

Located in the heart of Kankurgachi at Motilal Basak Lane, the upcoming facility consists of three residential towers offering G+16 floors and has a total built-up area of around 2,76,405 square feet (excluding parking).

Speaking at the occasion, Sidharth Pansari, Director, Primarc Group, said, “Through our various initiatives we have always tried to deliver world class products and maximise customer experience. Astitva is one such effort. We are glad to be one of the first projects in the residential segment in Kolkata to be pre-certified with the gold rating. From the expansion perspective we are buoyant with the sentiment and opportunity in West Bengal and have several projects lined by in outer Kolkata and districts.”

The project ‘Astitva’ will involve an investment of over Rs.125 crores in association with the MCK group. The expansion strategy of the brand is to develop 2 million square feet in four of their upcoming residential projects namely Astitva, Southwinds, Parvati Gardens and Gangetica.

Source: India Blooms

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