Introduction: Fortune Towers is situated in Mumbai.
This project hosts all amenities that a modern property buyer would aspire to have. Fortune Towers is a part of the suburban locality of Byculla East. Byculla East is linked to near by localities by wide roads. Residents of the locality have easy access to community utilities like schools, colleges, hospitals, recreational areas and parks. The facilities inside the complex are well designed.
Units and Interiors: Readily available housing options here include apartments of different dimensions. The size of Units available in this project varies from 1150 sq.ft. to 1400 sq.ft. Fortune Towers floor plan enables best utilization of the space. From stylish flooring to airy balconies, standard kitchen size and superior-quality accessories, every little detail here gives it an appealing appearance.
The master plan of this project includes a large number of desirable facilities that collectively guarantee a serene way of living. Secured playground has been provided for kids. Complete electric supply has been provided with complete security via high-quality cables and PVC conduits. Safety is certainly a prime concerns while purchasing an house. Owing to its security provisions, this project is a relaxing accomodation for you and your family.
The journey from power generation and printing to construction of modern structures in Mumbai has been rewarding for the flagship of the Fortune Group. Construction activities within the Fortune Group have unleashed a number of prestigious projects on Mumbais heritage sites. The SMT or Senior Management Team of Fortune Group is led by the ingenuity and vision of Nisar Kazi.
Operating from a humble setting at Fortune Classic, Khar, Mumbai; the company has earned repute and goodwill of investors in and around the financial capital of India - Mumbai. Fortune Group is now embarking with gigantic strides into Mumbais vertical expansion scenario from the able rostrum provided by the SMT and their individual contributions. Together, they create masterpieces against Mumbais prized Art Deco skyline.