I recently had the opportunity to again visit the site of the much-awaited Purva Silversands project in Mundhwa in Pune in the month of January 2018. This project represents one of South India’s biggest developers, Puravankara’s first foray into the west of the country. Similar to another of their upcoming projects, Purva Palm Beach in Bangalore in terms of its beach-living theme, Purva Silversands will look to set a benchmark for the developer’s future projects in this part of the country. I have mentioned my takeaways from this visit below.
Purva Silversands: Construction Updates
Purva Silversands had barely begun clearing the land parcel when I had been there last. During this visit, I could see the buildings of the project emerging from the ground. Construction was on at full swing at the site and one can clearly see that 2-3 levels of each building in the first phase have almost been completed.
The first phase of Purva Silversands has now been registered under Maharashtra RERA. For the 6 buildings (4-9), the RERA registration number is P52100007566, while for building I, which has been provided the name of Phase Kensington Court, the RERA registration number is: P52100005377. As per the developer’s registration with RERA for the first phase, the buildings 4 to 9 are to be delivered by 30th November 2021, though a home buyer here can expect to receive possession earlier than this date.
Of the six buildings in this phase, buildings 4, 5, 6 and 7 will each have around 21 residential levels, while buildings 8 and 9 will have 20 residential levels each. Three levels of parking will be provided below the podium level of these buildings. A similar division can also be seen in the apartment configurations on offer. While buildings 4-7 will offer apartments of 2 and 3 BHK, buildings 8 and 9 will have a greater number of apartments of 1, 1.5 and 2 BHK configurations.
Purva Silversands: Infrastructural Updates
The road leading up to Purva Silversands has greatly improved over the last year or so and should be a fully functional smooth ride for residents, well before possession of the apartments is handed over, as more and more people start moving into this area. Also on the anvil is the new bridge across the Mula-Mutha river, directly connecting the project to Eon IT Park and World Trade Center in Kharadi. With the Kharadi-Wagholi road also nearing completion, one can expect a sharp appreciation in property prices in the near future. The water supply in the area is a slight concern but will be alleviated well before residents get possession of their apartments. To conclude, things are definitely looking upwards for this promising project, in more ways than one!
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