Four Seasons has announced the arrival of the first full-service private residences concept in Bangalore. The project will take shape in the form of CityView developed by Westcourt.
The homes, although owned by individuals, will be maintained by the Four Seasons Hotel,.
All home-owners can enjoy the services and amenities offered by the adjacent hotel including concierge service, dining options, fitness centre, and pool and spa access.
The hotel will be located in CityView's 30-storey South Tower.
The private residences will be located in the 30-storey North Tower. The South Tower will feature spacious one- and two-bedroom and the North Tower three and four-bedroom residences with modern amenities.
Prestige Group has unveiled its first golf villa development in South India.
Set against the Nandi Hills, Prestige Golfshire is spread across 275 acres with luxurious mansions, star hotel, private lake and a 18-hole champion-sized golf course. Irfan Razack, CMD, Prestige Group, said, “We are aspiring to create premium residential developments and with this project, we also introduce the Marriot International Hotel to Bangalore.”
The golf course has been designed by PGA Design.
Award for Akshaya Homes
Adora, a project of Akshaya Homes, has won the third CIDC Vishwakarma Award in the residential building category.
The awards recognise and honour the contributions of the Indian construction fraternity.
The Construction Industry Development Council is a body established jointly by the Union Planning Commission and the construction industry.
T. Chitty Babu, Chairman and CEO, Akshaya Homes, said at the awards presentation ceremony in New Delhi recently that “Adora was evaluated keeping certain factors in view. The project was completed in the least amount of time and the cost was regulated. New techniques, quality of engineering, effective management and skilled workers made their mark, just as the project had least negative impact on the environment as it used recycled material and green technology.”
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