- R.C.C Framed structure designed to withstand earthquake.
- Laterite Masonry for outer walls and solid masonary for inner walls.
- Double coat exterior plastering with water proof treatment.
- Smooth finish for plastering of the interior wall.
Land Trades will shortly be unveiling its very first project in Kottara with Celena Heights, a mega apartment project featuring 110 flats. Being situated in a peaceful and heartwarming locality, this project is an attractive choice for those who desire comfortable living. As this project is adjacent to Infosys Technologies,Celena Heightsis a lucrative opportunity for investors too.
With wide roads and close proximity to the national highway and entry / exit point of the city, Kottara is one of the best localities to have a home in.It is a convenient venue offering closer proximity to Kottara Junction and Kulur, which is a rapidly developing business zone with a number of shops, showrooms, offices and commercial buildings coming up in the vicinity. It also provides easier access to New Mangalore Port, Panambur Beach, Baikampady Industrial Area as well as National Highway with quick linkages to airport road, Kadri Hills, NanthoorPumpwell circles as well as MRPL.
PROJECT SIZE1 Building - 124 units
PROJECT AREA1.05 Acres
ADDRESSBehind Infosys, Kottara, Mangalore
Entrance Lobby in Ground floor
Ample Car Parking Basement & Ground
Fire Fighting System
24x7 Water Supply
Interlock Paving for open areas
Intercom facility via EPABX
Quality is intrinsically related to customer satisfaction and customer confidence. At Land Trades we understand this and take great pains to ensure a zero deficit between expectation and reality. Our comprehensive approach to quality encompasses both systemic issues and individual initiatives to cover every determinant of quality.
Apart from full adherence to all mandatory quality inputs, we also conscientiously adopt the latest advances in technology and best industry practices, thereby maintaining our status as quality builders in Mangalore.
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